Daily Archives: June 9, 2015

Cheam Chamber of Trade 2015 - Annual General Meeting


Important Announcement

Cheam Chamber of Trade 2015 – Annual General Meeting – Whitehall Cheam – changed to Tuesday 23rd June at 6.00pm.

The Cjeam Chamber of Trade is an organisation setup to look after the interests of the Busineses of the Traders located in Cheam in the first Instance and the Cheam Community at large as a result.

We organise and contribute to Various Events, including the ever growing Late Night shopping Event in December which brings over 3000 people to Cheam. In addition, we liase with Sutton Council, The  Belmont and South Cheam Residents’ Association, the Police, Local Councillors  and even TFL on issues like Public Realm Funding, Parking and Regeneration.

All this work is carried out by a very small committee of Traders, who have a full time business to run as well and we are in need of candidates and Volunteers as the Demands on the Organsisation grow.

Please inform all Cheam traders of this change , we are need a strong attendance at the meeting of all traders intersted in contributing to this organisation, in the form of

  1. Opinions and Suggestions,
  2. Candidates to volunterr and Contribute with various positions on the Committee.

A more detailed Agenda may be posted on this site later this week in an update or a subsequent Post, so please keep an eye out for it.


Back by popular demand, following a huge success at the Charles Cryer Theatre in May, The Christopher Singers proudly present Keep the Home Fires Burning.
A tribute in words and music to the heroic men and women of the two World Wars. The story of two young men, John and Willem, and how their meeting affected their families at home and abroad.
Featuring the Christopher Singers Younger Generation, members of Spiral Youth Theatre and members of The Royal British Legion, Cheam and Sutton Branch.

Saturday 18th July 2015 at 7:30pm
The Royal British Legion Hall, Mickleham Gardens, Cheam

Tickets: £10 Members £9 (to include refreshments)

Box Office: 020 8337 2053 and 020 8647 7592

Book early to avoid disappointment