Brake: Let TfL know what you think about the Sutton Link

Tom Brake MP is encouraging Carshalton & Wallington residents to attend a public consultation session to voice their opinions on the proposed Sutton Link.


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Wallington to light up for the annual Christmas Festival!

Hundreds of residents are expected to descend on the Old Town Hall in Wallington this afternoon for the Wallington Christmas Festival and Christmas light switch-on.


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Tom Brake MP cuts the ribbon at Carshalton retirement development

Local MP Tom Brake joined Churchill Retirement Living on Friday 23rd November to officially open its new Laurel Lodge development in Carshalton.


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‘Have your say’ on Sutton Link - Brake

After Transport for London announced a consultation on a new Sutton Link project, Carshalton & Wallington’s Lib Dem MP Tom Brake said:


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MP takes residents’ concerns to the top with TfL

In a high-level meeting last week, Tom Brake MP pressed representatives from TfL for action on residents’ local transport concerns.


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Good news about the Charles Cryer

The Charles Cryer Theatre in Carshalton will be brought back into use as a community arts venue following a successful bid by a local start-up company.


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Sacking Southern still an option says Minister!

In the latest stage of his campaign to sack Southern Rail, Carshalton & Wallington MP Tom Brake took his request for decisive action to the Rail Minister, Jo Johnson.


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Mud, sweat and tears: Team Brake Defeat the Tough Mudder

Tom Brake MP and five members of Team Brake took on and demolished the Tough Mudder last month to raise money for Sutton Mental Health Foundation.


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Brake: Celebrating Pride in London

Tom Brake MP joined thousands at the Pride March in London earlier this month to celebrate the LGBT+ community. Tom marched alongside the Lib Dem contingent to celebrate diversity.


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“If rents continue to soar, people will be pushed off the housing ladder” - Brake

Rents across London have soared over the last six years whilst wages have fallen far behind.
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