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Celebrations Over

The village is slowly returning to normal after the various celebrations held to commemorate the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles 111. The streets and houses were tastefully decorated with flags and bunting, not to mention the Scarecrow Trail, taking place as part of the festivities. The Hog Roast, musical entertainment and an art display were held to name but a few events taking place during the holiday period.

An excellent effort by all concerned and mentioned far and wide as a great show-piece over the time, compared with other villages visited, and much appreciated coming from such a small community. Some flags and banners still remain in situ, the owners savouring every moment of an event that will become part of our local and national history.

Well done all!

Community Speed Watch

The volunteers from the local Speed Watch Team have been active in the village once again, operating at various times of day and night. Their efforts to help reduce speeding through the village and prevent accidents or injury are monitored and appreciated by the local police. This allows the police to concentrate their efforts on other matters of a criminal nature which may require urgent attention.

Parish Council

The Parish Council met as arranged on Wednesday 10th May in the Village Hall at the usual time of 7:00pm. This was the annual Parish Meeting and Annual General Meeting, as well as the monthly Council Meeting.  Three various Agendas were to hand.

Important extracts from the meetings are as follows:

  • A full council was present, so no apologies necessary.
  • Two local residents joined the council on the night, Mr. Neil Fey, from Sutton Lane, and Mr. Rob Boeuf, from Station Road in the village, bringing the number of councillors to nine in total.
  • A new Chairperson was chosen during the proceedings, and Councillor Martin Rees now holds that post.
  • From the floor, members of the public asked about maintenance of footpaths in the village, Neighbourhood Watch questions were raised and answered, and Speedwatch questions arose and were answered.
  • All agenda items were dealt with in due course.

Post Office

The Post office operates in the Village Hall on Wednesdays from 10:00am to 12:30pm. Services offered include Banking, Cash Deposits, Cash Withdrawals, Bill Payments plus lots more.


More About …

District Councillor

Your District Councillor for Sutton Ward is Darrell Pulk. Please see here for contact information.

Gardening Club

You can discover more about the Gardening Club on the Sutton website here.

Meet the Neighbours

You can discover more about the Neighbours group on the Sutton website here.

Visit the Village Hall website for more details.

Mobile Library

The mobile library van normally visits the village on a monthly basis on Mondays.

You can discover more about the Mobile Library service on the Sutton website here

Nottinghamshire County Councillor

Your Nottinghamshire County Councillor for Sutton is Tracey Taylor. Please see here for contact information.

Police

You can discover more about the Police on the Sutton website here.

Post Office

The Post office operates out of the Village Hall on a regular basis. Please check the Village Hall Calendar of Events for days and times.

Please call in and support this much needed facility operating for the benefit of all.

St Bartholomew’s Church

You can discover more about the church on the Sutton website here, and more current information may be available on the church Facebook page here.

Sutton Art Group

You can discover more about the Sutton Art Group on the Sutton website here.

Sutton Parish Council

The Parish Council normally meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm in the Village Hall, but please see the Village Hall calendar for confirmation.

You can discover more about the Parish Council on the Sutton website here, and more topical information may be available on the Parish Council Facebook page here.

Sutton Spotlight

The Sutton Spotlight is funded by Sutton cum Lound Parish Council and is produced and delivered by volunteers.

You can discover more about the Sutton Spotlight on the Sutton website here.

The W.I.

You can discover more about the W.I. on the Sutton website here.

Village Hall

You can discover more about the Village Hall on the Sutton website here.

See a full description of the hall and all its activities on the Village Hall website here.


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We also have the Sutton Spotlight, which goes out to every house in the village on a quarterly (ish) basis. Space is sometimes limited, so try to get your entry in early.

We’re also lucky to have a village Journalist who collates news and updates for the Retford Times on a weekly basis. Get your copy in on Monday morning for the Thursday issue.

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