Butter Hill - What's New!

Butter Hill Residents Association & Community
Looking back on 2021 and forward to 2022. I just want to say how blessed I am, to live in such a great community. A special thanks to Chris, Jo, John, Harley, Lynn, Anna,  Allsorts Premier, Lynn, Alicia, Katharine and Jean who have really helped pull this community together and thank you to all the residents that support our local shop, businesses The RA and each other. Also a very special thanks to Sara from The Sutton Way (SWAY) - Residents Page Way and Sheldon who stepped in to help me and the Residents Association. I couldn’t do it without you.
May 2022 be a great year for you all.xx
We now have a Community AED Defibrillator 
I would advise that previous experience or first aid qualification/training is not necessary however please find herewith an online link to a professionally recorded full demonstration training session including FAQs. We also advise that you retain this for future reference and refresher sessions: https://vimeo.com/557677120/e7524918c5
Neighbourhood Placemaking
Butter Hill - evening drop in session.


A second drop in session is being held at Trinity Church, Manor Road, Wallington on Tuesday 07 December between 6 pm and 8 pm.

A great chance to share your thoughts with councillors and officers as to how we can shape Butter Hill as a safe and desirable place to live in the 21st Century.
We would love to see you there, if you can't make it don't forget you can take an active part in the consultation by completing the survey at https://sutton.citizenspace.com/.../neighbourhood.../
Complaint against Lib Dem Councillors upheld as joke about CPZs misfires — Sutton Insight
https://www.suttoninsight.com/all-articles/complaint-against-lib-dem-councillors-upheld-as-joke-about-cpzs-misfires
A little more information on one of the topics of our recent Residents Association Meeting 9 November 2021.
NHS Updates
Primary care networks: 
 
What will clinical pharmacy in PCNs look like?
  • Numbers of clinical pharmacists will be expanded and, by 2023/24, a typical PCN of 50,000 patients could choose to have its own team of approximately six whole-time equivalent (WTE) clinical pharmacists.
  • A dedicated team will make it possible to create varied and tailored roles, which will be primarily patient facing and clinical in nature:
  1. • Undertaking structured medication reviews
  2. • Improving medicines optimisation and safety
  3. • Improving antimicrobial stewardship
  4. • Supporting care homes
  5. • Running practice clinics
  6. • Linking in with pharmacist colleagues in other sectors.

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Wondering if the Covid-19 jab is safe for your school child?
Watch health care professionals answer parents and carers’ questions about the vaccine here: https://swlondonccg.nhs.uk/.../covid-19-vaccination-for.../

 

Sutton Council candidate election event
The Council will soon be hosting an online event offering an insight for residents into what it takes to become a councillor.
The panel sessions will see both councillors and senior officers discuss what it's like to be a councillor in Sutton, provide an overview of some of the opportunities and challenges facing the borough, as well as answer questions.
If you know of any residents interested in standing for the council, please ask them to complete this short form (https://docs.google.com/.../1FAIpQLSekq6hsCGCyYg.../viewform)
For more information on this event, email Committee Services or call the team on 020 8770 4990.

 

Civic Act of Remembrance, Holy Trinity Church Wallington, Sunday 14 November | Sutton Council

Memorial wallington

 

 

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Butter Hill Neighbourhood Place-Making Drop-In sessions

Message from the Council

Meet the Team in Person

We will be holding a drop-in session in the Butter Hill area to enable residents and interested parties to speak directly with Council staff. The details are as follows:

  • Tuesday 9th November 2021, 11am - 2pm and 4pm - 7pm - Trinity Centre, Holy Trinity Church, Malden Road, Wallington SM6 8BL

Butter Hill Meeting 14.10.21 with Neil Garratt

Agenda

Here are a few of the things we have been up to:-

Community Notice Board

First Aid Training

Funding for AED Machine

Building and maintaining A Website

Attending Local Events to find out more about local resources, charities and other events.

Regular Litter Picks (1st Saturday of every month)

Keeping in touch with our local MP and councillors across the borough

We will be inviting our Ward Councillors to our October Meeting and our MP to the November Meeting details TBC

Please note our Ward Councillors hold their Surgery Monthly (1st Saturday of every month) at Trinity Centre 10am

 

Community Notice Board                             First Aid Training                               AED Machine

 Notice Board                                                     First Aid Sign                                   AED

 

Building A Website

Build A Website 

 

Community Noticeboard - Public Realm Funding as many of you know last year we were successful in our bid to get a Community Notice Board which is located next to the Post Box on Butter Hill

First Aid Training - Earlier this year some of you attended a First Aid Training Workshop at Sutton College, this was a two hour workshop that gave the basic training of what goes in a first aid box, CPR including defib demo, choking and major bleeds. We also discussed signs of a stroke and heart conditions.

AED - Public Realm Funding This year we placed a bid for a grant for a Defibrillator, our bid was successful and we are just awaiting to receive the funding from the council.

Website -  We have now built a website. Here we aim to publish a lot of useful resources and news about What's going on in Sutton.