There are only a few hours left for Cheam Traders to have their say outside Waitrose supermarket in Cheam
Sutton Plan: Join the conversation
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Come and join the conversation on the Sutton Plan on Thursday 16 February.
The project will set out the priorities for services in the borough for the next 5-10 years involving a range of public, voluntary and private sector partners.
We’ll be in your area, asking for your views on the future of the borough. What do you love about your area? How can it be improved? You can also see what other residents have said about the area in the conversation so far…
So come and join the conversation at:
· The Broadway in Cheam near Waitrose, 10am – 5pm
· Worcester Park High Street, outside the old police station,10am – 5pm
· St Helier Hospital, ground floor restaurant, 10am – 7pm
· Wallington High Street, Orchard Hill Old Town Hall, 10am – 5pm
· Carshalton High Street near Costa Coffee and Oxfam, 10am – 5pm
· Sutton High Street, outside The Works, 10am – 7pm
It’s been an exciting year for Iconic . One of our stylists Georgia Wild entered a major Hairdressing competition called Colorzoom hosted by Goldwell UK . She had a photo shoot in May and went on to win the New Talent Colorist Category 2016 held at the Guildhall in July. Her prize was to go to Stockholm where she was to represent the U.K. in a global competition. There were 36 countries taking part in a live competition in the Globe . We are delighted to say she won the silver award coming second in her category.
We are extremely proud!
The Friends of Cheam Park, are planning to plant more Trees on Cheam Rec. This is to not only enhance the Rec, but also create a more wildlife friendly area and as the trees grown, will reduce the amount of water run off from Cheam Rec.
We have 40, 5 year old trees, which stand at around 1.5 – 2 meters high and over 100 saplings, which will only need to be dug in with a trowel.
The Friends of Cheam Park, with the help of local residents have now planted over 200 trees on the Rec. They have made a real difference the area. They make what was a very boring part of the Rec, with just mown grass, a real feature, which people take pleasure in visiting.
We are also hoping to secure funding for a footpath to go across the Rec, connecting the pavilion with the path down into Nonsuch Woods. All of which will make the Rec more accessible. It will also make it easier for families to walk to Little Oaks from North Cheam, rather than have to drive.
It will be on Saturday 26th November at 10 – 1pm.