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London Borough of Sutton Reading Group

The next reading group for VI people will be held at Sutton Library, St Nicholas Way, Sutton, SM 1EA on Friday 26th October.  The group meet at 10.30 a.m., you are welcome to join them.  For more details please contact Colin Todd via e-mail





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Sutton Housing Society

Thank you to the team at Sutton Housing Society for inviting us to speak with them this morning.  We were able to let them know about our services, resources, Social Groups, LVC and our ECLO.  The team tried out our "simi specs" and other resources that are available to assist with daily living.

If you would like to know more about their work please visit their website

 Message from Sutton Housing Society: Thank you so much for the really interesting training for our staff; it really made us think.  It also helps to "walk in someone else's shoes".  The gadgets provided enabled us to appreciate what people have to cope with.



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Community Action Sutton

Have Your Say - London Borough of Sutton's Sustainability Strategy

Community Action Sutton, working with other local agencies and community groups across the borough will be holding discussions on the LBS Sustainability Strategy.  They are keen to hear from different parts of the community.  There is a programme of places and spaces where they will be visiting, if you are interested and would like more information please contact Jackie Parr at





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Questions About Dementia

Dementia Community Roadshow for information and support.

Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd October

10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.

71-78 High Street Sutton.

For more information go to or telephone national helpline on 0300 222 1122 for advice and support

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Macular Society Concert

An easy listening concert has been arranged to support the Macular Society.

Date: Sunday 14th October

Time: 3.00 p.m.

Venue: All Saints Church High Street Carshalton SM5 3PD 

Entertainment by The Alfred and Salamanda Saxophone Quarter playing "Music Through the Ages"

For tickets or information please telephone Gary Miles 020 8643 2289 or Liz Wardle 020 8643 4822