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STOP PRESS: A date for a further meeting of the Sutton South Ward Community/Police Consultative panel has been provisionally set, Wednesday 24 April 2024, 7 pm, at Devonshire Avenue school. These are open, public meetings all residents can attend. The police report on the crime statistics for the Ward and policing priorities. Do you have concerns about crime? Come to this public meeting with our local police officers to give them your views. See articles further down on crime and policing in our Ward.
WELCOME TO OUR SITE
Our site aims to tell you the latest news about Sutton South Ward and our work as your local Councillors.
AS LOCAL COUNCILLORS WE AIM TO KEEP SUTTON A GREAT PLACE TO WORK, LIVE AND RAISE A FAMILY, AND TO PRESERVE THE PLEASANT, GREEN, SUBURBAN FEEL OF SUTTON SOUTH WARD.
WHAT WE VALUE ABOUT SUTTON IS:
- good schools
- more affordable housing than in many London boroughs
- easy access to the countryside and to the centre of London
- a pleasant, green, suburban atmosphere
- lower levels of crime than is typical in outer London.
Richard was first elected to Sutton Council in 2010, and was re-elected in 2014, 2018 and 2022. Trish was first elected in 2014 and was re-elected in 2018 and 2022. Louise was elected in 2022. Richard served as Mayor of Sutton for 2016-17 and Trish was our Mayor for a record three yearly terms, to May 2023. Louise is our Deputy Mayor for the year through to May 2024.
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Richard reports back on his activities
Public Art and Historic Buildings in Sutton South
Some of Sutton South Ward’s best public artwork and the important historic buildings in our Ward
Information on our local police force, on crime statistics in the Ward, on consultative meetings with the police you can attend
Who Are We?
Trish, Richard and Louise introduce themselves
With our Ward police officers at the Sutton South Hello Christmas party in December, where Trish (as ever) led the dancing