Construction course students work on community build for Haig Housing Trust

Since November, over fifty of Merton College students on various Construction courses and students on the Electrical Installation course have been on an industry placement with United Living. These students studying Level 2 and 3 have been receiving hands-on experience at Rhodes Moorhouse Court in Morden, working on the development of 68 new homes for […]

NHS GP appointments available 8 ’til 8 – seven days a week

Sutton residents can now see an NHS GP more conveniently with appointments available 8 ’til 8, 7 days a week. It’s now easier to see a GP this winter with hundreds more appointments available. In Sutton, 1,852 GP hub appointments were available in September with almost 150 not taken. Dr Dino Pardhanani, local GP and […]

Above average placement for preferred schools in Sutton

An average of 92 per cent of children were offered a place at one of their preferred schools in London – compared to 95.8 per cent of pupils in Sutton. A total of 90.5 per cent of Sutton pupils were also offered a place at one of their top three choices of secondary school, with […]

Ten representatives attend Mayor of London’s Citizenship Ceremony

A group of ten representatives from London Borough of Sutton attended the annual Mayor of London’s Citizenship Ceremony at The Queen Elizabeth Hall on the South Bank, 27 February 2019. The Sutton representatives consisted of Sutton Registration Service staff, Councillors, Sutton residents who have recently gained British citizenship and volunteers from the Gary Mason Charity, […]

Share your thoughts on the borough’s bus service

Local MP Tom Brake has launched a survey for residents in Carshalton & Wallington to share their thoughts on bus services in the borough. As one of the only London boroughs without a Tube station, and less-than-reliable train services, Sutton residents frequently have to rely on buses to get around. Later this year, Transport for […]

New headteacher appointed for Green Wrythe Primary school

Karen Jones has been appointed as the next Headteacher of Green Wrythe Primary School, Carshalton. Karen has significant experience as a senior leader in a range of diverse settings, including two years as Head of School with The Federation of St Elphege’s and Regina Coeli Catholic School. She has a proven track record and was instrumental in generating the improvements […]

Greenshaw Learning Trust approached by primary school

The Governing Body of Tyndale Primary School in Yate, in South Gloucestershire, is proposing that the school should become an academy and join the Greenshaw Learning Trust. The Governing Body, with the school leaders, has been carefully considering the school’s future, and having evaluated its options, has agreed that it believes that the best way of ensuring that Tyndale can provide […]


From time immemorial, Apple Macs have been the designers’ preferred choice of computer system thanks to Apple’s graphic design heritage with its Mac OS operating system, support of creative software, and Apple’s focus on the importance of design and usability. And London creative agency Columns is no different. Exploiting everything that Apple has on offer, […]