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Sutton’s cultural gems on display for Open House weekend

by Hamish Pollock on September 3, 2014

Sutton’s cultural gems on display for Open House weekend The magic and majesty of Sutton’s heritage will be open to the public this month as part of the capital’s annual Open House Weekend. Twelve historic or innovative buildings will be open for free to the public for the annual event which takes place on Saturday, […]

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This highly regarded and awarded choir will be making one of its rare appearances in the UK on Tuesday 2nd September at All Saints Carshalton at 7:30 pm. Founded in 1982 by its director Hans–Dieter Reinecke and comprising over 35 talented singers, they have gained a reputation for excellence Europe wide. The choir’s repertoire includes […]

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Carshalton’s Heritage Signs recently restored…

by Hamish Pollock on May 25, 2014

Cllr. Hamish Pollock took these pictures of the recently-restored heritage signs for the All Saints’ Church, Carshalton, Ann Boleyn’s Well by the Church and The Orangery of the former Carshalton Park House at the corner of The Square with Brookside.  These signs were some of many similar signs restored as part of the council’s recent […]

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All Saints Church Carshalton – Easter Services

by Hamish Pollock on April 17, 2014

Maundy Thursday 17 April 2014 8:00 pm Mass of the Last Supper followed by silent vigil before the Altar of Repose until 5.00 am Good Friday 18 April 2014 9:30 am Stations of the Cross (suitable for children) 10:30 am Veneration of the Cross and Mass of the Presanctified 11:45 am Silent Procession of Witness […]

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All Saints Carshalton has a Canon!

by Hamish Pollock on February 16, 2014

Our sincerest congratulations to Dr. John Charles Thewlis (as pictured), Rector of Carshalton Parish Church which covers the bulk of the central Carshalton area.  Dr. Thewlis, who was made an Honorary Canon recently, has been in charge of a now-thriving local parish since late 2001 following the departure of Rev. Leigh Cameron Edwards, who retired in his eighties […]

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Remembrance Sunday, the second Sunday in November, is the day traditionally put aside to remember all those who have given their lives for the peace and freedom we enjoy today. On this day people across the nation pause to reflect on the sacrifices made by our brave Service men and women. Remembrance Sunday will fall […]

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Tragic Accident at The Ponds in Carshalton Village

by Hamish Pollock on September 25, 2013

The High Street, Pound Street, Carshalton Road etc. and the rest of the A232 road through our area is a Red Route and since 1999 the road is completely owned and controlled by Transport for London and not Sutton Council. From a story in the local “Sutton Guardian”: A 54-year-old man was hit by a goods lorry […]

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Fans of fine buildings and architecture will get the chance to explore various venues across Sutton in this year’s Open House weekend. Open House London is an annual event in which buildings throw open their doors to the public so they can experience the finest of ancient and modern architecture. A local treasure is Honeywood, a chalk and […]

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Olympics 2012 and Carshalton

by Hamish Pollock on April 3, 2012

Cllrs. Jill Whitehead and Alan Salter recently attended a meeting with Cllr. Graham Tope, Executive Member for Leisure, Libraries, Arts and Heritage and Dick Bower, Chair of Sutton Arts Council to discuss plans for celebrating the passing of the Olympic Torch Relay through Carshalton on the afternoon of Monday 23rd July 2012. Mr Bower is […]

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Women’s World Day of Prayer 2012

by Hamish Pollock on March 2, 2012

Hamish reports: “As Deputy Mayor, I was most honoured and privileged to be invited to attend three church services on Friday, 2nd March in support of the Women’s World Day of Prayer. The services were being held all over the borough. I attended those in South Beddington, Wrythe Green and finally at All Saints’ Church, […]

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