SGN - Essential Work To Gas Main in Carshalton Area
Notification of major gas works: Carshalton
Forthcoming upgrade of gas network will start in the Tweedale Road area of Carshalton on Monday 4th June. The essential work involves the replacement of old metal gas mains with new plastic pipe to ensure a safe and reliable gas supply to the local area. The contractor working on behalf of SGN will be Enzen.
To minimse disruption SGN have consulted and planned work in close partnerhsip with LB Sutton. The work will start in Welbeck Road and Whitland Road and will last approximately 10 months.
The roads that will be upgraded are:
Tewkesbury Road, Thornton Road, Tintern Road, Titchfield Road, Tweeddale Road, Twyford Road, Waltham Road, Welbeck Road, Wellow Walk, Westminster Road, Whitby Road, Whitland Road,Wigmore Road and Wrythe Lane,
For more informtion go to: www.sgn.co.uk/Roadworks/Southern-projects/Carshalton-Tintern-Road/
All businesses in the local area will remain open as usual.
Sutton Vision Premises Information
You may be aware that Encompass LATC Ltd., who we share our accommodation with will be vacating the building with effect from the 27th July 2018. We would like to reassure you that, for the forseeable future, Sutton Vision will continue to operate from this address. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us 020 8409 7166 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Geranium Day 2018
The sun is shining and we have a hardy bunch of volunteers in Sutton High Street collecting on behalf of the GLFB Geranium Day. Thank you!
From Monday 14th May to Wednesday 16th May we will be having our computer system upgraded. It is likely that there may be a break receiving and sending e-mails during this time. Please telephone 020 8409 7166 if you would like to make contact.
Thank you for your understanding.
First Give Competitiion
Thanks go to Y8 pupils at Carshalton Boys Sports College for all their hard work, imagination and inspiration as they participated in the First Give Competition to raise funds for Sutton Vision as part of their Citizenship Project. Jacqui attended an evening at the school where all the pupils presented their projects to a team of judges. Unfortunately Sutton Vision haven't been awarded the prize but we would like to congratulate Jacob, Adam, Joshua, Ciaran, Harrison, Blake, Aaron, Ben and Lewis from 8R for their hard work. Their teacher said how proud she is of the boys, their passion and determination to challenge themselves shone through. We would like to share with you the poem the boys wrote:
Once I saw the sun beating above the sea
Once I saw a bug flying like a bee
Once I read a book but now the book reads to me
Now I only feel the motion of the waves from the ocean
Now I only hear the buzz from the bug like bee
Now I only hear the voice from the book that reads to me
I'm blind and I can no longer see
But Sutton Vision was there for me.