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For nearly five year Sutton Voice has delivered news and information about our borough. Occasionally there have been requests to carry more personal opinions about life in the Borough of Sutton. This  channel has been set up so that readers can submit articles and comments generated  by their fellow readers.  
 
These “blogs” in line with the stories that are published in Sutton Voice every day will seek to transfer information and offer the opportunity for readers to benefit from the experiences of others. They will not deal with any issues that are in anyway political. Ii is hoped that the conversations which develop will simply reflect the issues and stresses that everyone faces in their day to day life in the borough – with some readers able to offer some solutions by offering up their own insights
 
All contributions both articles and comments will be read before publication and they will not be published if they do not reflect this aim.
 
Please feel free to pass on your thoughts in the comment boxes provided
BOROUGH NEWS

Wallington firm offering three new jobs

Wallington based social enterprise Cygnet CIC has three new vacancies. The company is looking for: Part time marketing manager IT support engineer IT Helpdesk technician

BOROUGH NEWS

Help to spring clean the borough

Residents, school children and teachers across the borough are being encouraged to take part in this year’s Great British Spring Clean. The national litter-picking event

BOROUGH NEWS

Fake passport factory run from attic

An Ecuadorian man has been convicted for running a fake passport factory from his attic in south west London. National Crime Agency officers arrested Rodolfo

BOROUGH NEWS

Rail travel vouchers extended for passengers

Passengers given additional six months from the original expiry date to redeem Rail Travel Vouchers– expiry date extended as Covid restrictions in England eased in

BOROUGH NEWS

Firefighters rescue man from house fire

Firefighters rescued a man from a house fire on Chiltern Close in Worcester Park on Thursday night. Part of the first floor of an end-of-terrace