Have your say on how your health and care information is used

In July 2016 a review was published, which makes recommendations on how health and care information should be used. The Department of Health is now seeking views from patients, and the public on how health and care information should be used.  A public consultation was launched in July to do...

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Carshalton College has great courses for personal trainers

Do you want to train as a Personal Trainer or Fitness Instructor? Then Carshalton College has the ideal Part Time courses for you. Forthcoming dates are: Weekend 1 Tutoring – 15 and 16 October Weekend 2 Continuous Assessments (and Worksheet overview if time) – 12 and 13 November Weekend 3 Live Assessments Practical and Theory – 26 and 27...

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Pupils encouraged to get involved in UK parliament week

As schools return from their summer break, Carshalton & Wallington MP Tom Brake is encouraging them to get involved in this year’s UK Parliament Week. UK Parliament Week takes place between November 14th and 20th and aims to get pupils to connect with parliament and generate a better understanding of British politics. Tom regularly makes visits to schools around the constituency, most recently a drop-in to a Public Services BTEC class at Stanley Park High School, Carshalton on Monday 12th September. Parliament Week aims to add to that political engagement with organisations across the UK running events which explore what the UK Parliament and democracy means to them and their community. Tom said: “Tom Brake said: “I often speak to local residents in Carshalton and Wallington who are keen to find out more about Parliament and politics. Parliament Week is a great opportunity to see how decisions made in Westminster have an impact on everyone’s lives. “Organisations can get involved through mock debates, exhibitions and lectures. More ideas can be found on the Parliament Week website.”...

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Groups commit themselves to fight for The Cryer theatre

Representatives of theatre groups and organisations from around the London Borough of Sutton have met to discuss plans to try and save The Cryer Theatre in Carshalton. The meeting, co-ordinated by Dick Bower, Vice-Chair of Arts Network Sutton, committed itself to retaining the pressure on Sutton Council to ensure that at least one of the borough’s two theatres remained open for business. The group has agreed to consider if it is possible to put a bid in to take over The Cryer but, in the meantime, it is continuing to urge people to sign the petition to emphasise that The Cryer should be saved: “We discussed a range of options for The Cryer. It was suggested that the theatre could run along the lines of the Cornerhouse Theatre in Surbiton which has an artistic committee and then rents the venue out to various groups during the day and in the evening but expects groups to run their own box office, provide front of house and technical staff, allowing the costs to be kept down. The South London Theatre was also mentioned, as this follows a similar model also doing in-house productions. A model like this would either require the council to gift the use of the theatre to the community or to allow a peppercorn rent system. It is essential that we do all we can to show...

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Sutton Voice is proud to be working with Sutton Cricket Club to highlight the results activites and facilties of one of the borough's largest and most successful sporting organisations.

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Sutton High School is an independent day school for girls aged 3-18. Founded in 1884 by the GDST, it continues to provide an academically rigorous and challenging education within the framework of a caring and supportive community.

It was the London Borough of Sutton’s highest placed girls’ school in The Times A Level Results Table August 2015 and GCSE results also saw an increase in the percentage of A* grades, up to 32%, with 40% of girls achieving 9 or more A* or A grades. Come and see for yourself why The Good Schools Guide describes Sutton High as “a school to watch”.  Places for our Open Events can be booked online at



Is your child two or going to be two in the next school year? They may be eligible for up to 15 hours of free weekly childcare!

*The scheme is available to Sutton residents who earn less than £16,190, receive Child Tax Credit, Working Tax Credit, Income Support, or other benefits, from the term after a child's second birthday, thanks to funding from the government.

The free childcare can be provided by nurseries, childminders, pre-schools or playgroups.

For more information visit or contact the Sutton Family Information Service on 020 8770 6000




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