Cheam Park has already won Gold, in London in bloom, but now we want to go one better.
Cheam Park has been nominated for the Fields in Trust charity, UKs best park.
It has a playground for children, Fitness Trail for teenagers, paths into meadowland for disabled people, a cafe for Mums, croquet and bowls club for older people and a meadow and newly planted trees for wildlife and finally stunning views of London.
You can vote for Cheam Park here
Two beautiful new benches have been installed in Cheam Park playground.
They were very kindly donated by the Mums of “Cheam Life”, from the money they raised at this years Easter Cheam Hop.
The benches are made from Wood, from Nonsuch Park Woodland, made James from Future Woodland. email@example.com
A very big thank you to Cheam Life, Tasha’s Tearoom and Stiches haberdashery who helped organise the Cheam hop and raise the money for these beautiful benches.
Cheam Park is looking amazing now, but it could be even better. What would you like to see in Cheam Park? Come to the Friends of Cheam Park AGM and let us know your ideas.
The Friends of Cheam Park AGM will be held on Tuesday 26th September 2017 at 7.30pm at Cheam Park Cafe.
This is only open to members of Friends of Cheam Park, but if you are not yet a member, you can join here and attend the meeting.
If you went down to the woods today, you were in for a wonderful surprise…
Sutton and Epsom NCT were holding their Teddy Bears Picnic in Nonsuch Park. Children played on Ready, Steady, Go Kids Obstacle course
The rain stopped, the sun came out and lots of Mums, Dads and their children came to enjoy the fun and games of a Teddy Bears Picnic.
There was a competition for who could make the best crown and all the children danced along wearing them, led by Jazzy, Jancet Nurseries Mascot.
There were fairground rides for children to ride
Ducks were fished out
Dancers performed in the field.
And as a treat for the Teddies, a Zip wire was installed. It was Tim the Teddies favourite game.
The 2016 NCT Teddy Bears’ Picnic will take place on Sunday 12th June 12-4.30pm
Nonsuch Park (dog free area), Ewell Road Entrance, Cheam
£2 per adult, children get in free
This year there will be a royal theme! There will be a ‘best dressed royal teddy’ and a ‘best named royal teddy’ competition, childrens races, raffle, tombola, a fire engine, face painting and other entertainment. Bring along a picnic lunch and enjoy a fun filled afternoon. Please put this date in your diary and help advertise it. We need your support to make this event a success!
What a fantastic afternoon it was, at Cheam Village Fair.
The weather may not have been boiling hot, but that didn’t really matter. The crowds came and everyone enjoyed themselves.
Thank you to Cheam and Sutton Rotary Club who organised the event, raise thousands of pounds for local charities. All todays profits will go to The Royal Marsden and Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre.
I am told a record number of volunteers helped out at the Fair this year. Thank you to every one of you. It would not have been the success it was with out you.
The Centre Arena is packed with displays, including The Black Eagles – acrobats that include a fire limbo sequence in their performance. That’s on top of a Children’s Corner, Beer Tent, 50 stalls, selling everything from honey to plants, and handbags to cakes, Radio Jackie Roadshow, Funfair, Punch and Judy, a balloon race, coconut shy and hoopla.
It was first started in 1977, and today it’s one of the largest annual local community events. It’s a fun day out for everyone, especially families. What’s more, with new attractions and more stalls than ever, the Fair has grown year on year – some 6500 people attended in 2016.
This morning Sutton and Cheam Rotary Clubs are hard at work, setting up the Cheam Village Fair.
It will be open from 12:00 – 16:00 and the very good news is…I can see a Ferris Wheel!!
Monday 30th May 2016
Cheam Fair is organised by Cheam Rotary Club. It was first started in 1977, and today it’s one of the largest annual local community events. It’s a fun day out for everyone, especially families. What’s more, with new attractions and more stalls than ever, the Fair has grown year on year – some 6500 people attended in 2015.
The Centre Arena is packed with displays, including The Black Eagles – acrobats that include a fire limbo sequence in their performance. That’s on top of a Children’s Corner, Beer Tent, 50 stalls, selling everything from honey to plants, and handbags to cakes, Radio Jackie Roadshow, Funfair, Punch and Judy, a balloon race, coconut shy and hoopla. and much more!
Admission is just £1 for adults and 50p children. Cheam Rotary will donate all profits to The Royal Marsden and Sutton and Merton Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre. There is no parking on site, but you can catch the 213 or 151 bus. There are bus stops beside the entrance to the park. The 93 bus stop is only a short walk away.
The event takes place on the late May Bank Holiday, in Cheam Recreation Ground. The organisers, Cheam Rotary Club, make a point of showcasing community groups like Cheam Gym Club, Fighting Fit Martial Arts, Fiesta Fitness will be doing a Zumba demo and Carshalton Cheerleaders who put on displays throughout the afternoon.
Tesco award grants each year in around 400 Tesco regions to make sure the funding is spread evenly across England, Wales and Scotland*. In total the Bags of Help programme supports thousands of projects each year.
Because there is major demand for grants, Groundwork assesses all of the applications received and then provides a shortlist of the applications received for a Tesco Shortlisting Group to agree three successful projects to forward to a vote in Tesco stores.
Tesco customers vote over two weekends in their store for their favourite shortlisted local project. Grants are then awarded as follows:
- 1st place in Tesco customer vote: £12,000 grant
- 2nd place in Tesco customer vote: £10,000 grant
- 3rd place in Tesco customer vote: £8,000 grant
More information can be found here
What would you apply for a grant for in Nonsuch Park, Cheam Park, Cheam Rec or Warren Farm. What new facility would you like added?