London’s first Girl Summit

Last month, the UK, alongside UNICEF, hosted the first Girl Summit aimed at mobilising domestic and International efforts to end female genital mutilation (FGM) and child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) within a generation.

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Pirate themed pre-School open morning was Arr-right success!

Last week, recently opened pre-school, Play B C, held their first pirate-themed open morning at St. Elphege’s Church in Wallington. Local pirate Captain Cutlass even made a special appearance to shiver the timbers and get everyone involved in lots of fun activities and face painting.

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Local MP urges holidaymakers not to travel uninsured

MP for Carshalton and Wallington, Tom Brake, has expressed his concerns to constituents about the dangers of travelling uninsured as it can cost thousands if a trip goes wrong, often leaving families to pick up the pieces. key_TravelInsurance.png

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Topping Out Ceremony at Carshalton College

Carshalton College is undergoing a large construction project to consolidate its construction, engineering and motor vehicle curriculum areas into a single central location. The College was thrilled to host a Topping Out Ceremony along with Construction firms, Mitchellson and Longcross, to celebrate the next stage of their new Technology, Engineering and Construction (TEC) Centre.

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Local MPs celebrate economy boost

New figures released today show that the economy now bigger than it was just before the crash in 2008, and is now growing at the fastest rate of any major country. Local MPs Paul Burstow and Tom Brake are claiming that this shows the Government’s plan is working.

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Cancer Research UK’s ambition to save more lives

Cancer Research UK has set a goal that within 20 years, 3 in 4 of all diagnosed cancer patients will survive at least 10 years. Every year there are an estimated 732 Carshalton and Wallington residents who die from cancer-related deaths. 

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Spell out your organ donation decision – says Brake

New figures show that just 45% of families agree to organ donation going ahead if they are unaware of their loved one’s decision to be a donor, but this figure rises to 95% when they know their loved one has chosen to donate their organs. MP for Carshalton and Wallington, Tom Brake, attended this year’s National Transplant Week event in Parliament, organised by NHS Blood and Transplant and the British Kidney Patient Association to highlight the importance of telling family and friends your donation decision.

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Pupil Premium is helping children excel in Sutton.

Hundreds of disadvantaged schoolchildren in Sutton are reaping the benefit of the Pupil Premium. Figures show that last year 42.7% of youngsters from poorer backgrounds in Sutton have achieved five or more GCSEs at A* to C grade compared to 39.2% in 2012.

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Public Meeting Success

Last Thursday in Wallington at the Trinity Centre, Maldon Road, the future of Sutton healthcare was discussed at an animated public meeting. A number of questions were put to a panel of representatives including Tom Brake MP for Carshalton and Wallington, Paul Burstow MP for Sutton and Cheam and Councillor Ruth Dombey, leader of Sutton Council and senior healthcare professionals from the GPs and Hospital trust.

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MP pledges his support for Go Run for Fun charity.

MP for Carshalton and Wallington, Tom Brake, has pledged his support for Go Run for Fun, a UK based charity formed to help encourage children to exercise regularly, at the Go Run for Fun parliamentary reception in Westminster.

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