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SV TV MEETS

SV TV meets Sutton Living Memory

Sutton was to be the first council in London to partner with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) on a project which will help to commemorate the borough’s war dead who lost their lives in World War One. It has launched Sutton’s Living Memory project and is now looking for residents, organisation and companies to get involved in ensuring its success. If you would like to be involved in the Sutton’s Living Memory project please register your interest by emailing suttonremembers@gmail.com

SV TV meets TaZza Coffee

SV TV’s David Blackmore and Hayley Evans meet Bob Law, Manager of TazZa Coffee. They find out how and when TaZza come about, and whether or not this makes TaZza more than just a coffee shop in Sutton. They ask if the vision TaZza started with is still the same as today or has it needed to evolve over time, and whether or not Bob thinks community organisations, like Tazza, could play a huge part saving the High Street?

SV TV meets Sutton Cricket Club

SV TV’s David Blackmore and Hayley Evans meets Sutton Cricket Club’s Dan Edwards, first team captain, and Kelvin Smith, overseas player. They have exciting news to tell SV TV about the Cricket Club’s new partnership with Sutton Voice and what it means for the club. They also find out about Kelvin’s journey from Down Under to Sutton and how he is settling in. Finally we find out if there are any future Freddie Flintoffs or Ian Botham’s in the junior ranks?

SV TV meets Sutton Council’s Arts Engagement Co-ordinator

SV TV’s David Blackmore and Hayley Evans meet Joanna Steele, Arts Engagement Co-ordinator at Sutton Council, and Rachel Sambrooks, freelance writer and performer. They talk about until the Sutton Cultural Awards, about the place of art in libraries, in particular spoken word in libraries, getting people dancing in Sutton, the Big Dance Bus, and the current arts scene in Sutton.

SV TV meets Steve O’Connell

SV TV’s David Blackmore meets Steve O’Connell, GLA Member Croydon and Sutton. They talk about his highlights of representing Sutton & Croydon over the past four years, discuss the referenda on Europe, and explore what he believes the future has in store for Sutton?

SV TV meets Peter Staveley

SV TV’s David Blackmore meets Peter Staveley, UKIP Candidate, GLA Constituency of Croydon and Sutton. They talk about Beddington Incinerator, discuss the referenda on Europe, and explore what he believes the future has in store for Sutton?

SV TV meets Emily Brothers

SV TV’s David Blackmore meets Emily Brothers, a London-wide candidate for Labour. They talk about her hopes for Labour in the upcoming elections, and David asks why should people in Sutton vote for Labour? With Emily leading Labour in Sutton & Cheam on the EU referendum and campaigning to stay in, Emily explains why she thinks we should stay and they discuss how the Sutton of 2020 will compare to the town today?

SV TV meets Merlene Emerson

SV TV’s David Blackmore meets Merlene Emerson, Lib Dem London-wide candidate. They talk about why people find the London elections so confusing, and with the Lib Dems taking quite a battering in the General Election last year, David asks if Merlene thinks this will be replicated across London in these elections.
They also discuss previous results in Sutton & Croydon that saw Abigail Lock, the previous Lib Dem candidate, coming very close to beating Labour to second in 2008 but was almost 30,000 votes away from Labour in 2012 and David asks if the realistic battle now for the Lib Dems here is to remain ahead of UKIP and the Green party. Merlene also gives her view on how much the EU referendum will impact the Lib Dem campaign in London?

SV TV meets Successful Sutton’s Ross Feeney

SV TV’s Hannah Jackson meets Ross Feeney, chief executive of Successful Sutton. They talk about Pop-up Sutton, how Successful Sutton can help people start their own business, and why now is a good time to start a business in Sutton

SV TV meets Tracey Collins, from Hackbridge Safety First

SV TV’s David Blackmore meets road safety campaigner Tracey Collins. They talk about how much she has done in the past 20 months after she launched her petition to save the Hackbridge lollipop person, how her campaign saw six courtesy crossings removed in Hackbridge with a zebra crossing installed and plans for a new zebra crossing, and what campaign, if any, she hopes to champion next.

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