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Sutton Area Guide

Incorporated into Greater London in 1965, but with references in the Doomsday Book circa 1086, Sutton is a thriving suburban town with great outdoor spaces and parks, sought after school places, strong transport links to central London and a healthy restaurant and night life. Residents can benefit from a diverse high street, currently undergoing major redevelopment, alongside a wealth of activities for all ages.

Sutton has a large cinema, independent theatre, library with adult learning centre and some of the lowest levels of crime in Greater London teamed with being among the top performing authorities for education in the country. In 2011 Sutton was the top performing borough for GCSE results in England..

COUNCIL TAX BANDS

Sutton Council arrange monthly payments over 10 months.
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RESTAURANTS AND LEISURE FACILITIES


BRASSERIE VACHERIN, 12 High Street, Sutton, SM1 1HN

The Sutton branch of Brasserie Vacherin makes up part of the French food group run by award winning chef Malcolm John offering a seasonal bistro menu. The atmosphere is suitably relaxed and perfect for an upmarket brunch or evening dinner for two. Definitely worth a visit.
 
T: 020 87202 0180
 
SPAGHETTI TREE, 8a Station Parade, Brighton Road, Sutton, SM2 5AD

This Sutton institution offers home cooked Italian dishes in a traditional trattoria style environment. Popular with locals dining in the evening, or to host business lunches during the week the menu and staff provide delicious dishes served with a friendly face. There is also a branch in Walton.

T: 020 8642 5346 / 020 8643 4676

SECOMBE THEATRE, 42 Cheam Road, Sutton, SM1 2SS

Home to the local amateur dramatics society as well as touring production companies and comedians. Enjoy live entertainment at a fraction of the cost of West End theatres or larger venues.

T: 020 3771 9055

W: https://suttontheatres.co.uk/

EMPIRE CINEMA, St Nicholas Shopping Centre, St Nicholas Way, Sutton, SM1 1AZ

Enjoy the latest cinematic releases on six screens offering wheelchair access, IR hearing systems and 3D performances along with special offerings from Empire Juniors and Seniors.

T: 08714 714 714

Local Information and Property Activity

Sutton Local Schools

In February 2015 Sutton was listed as the fourth highest performing area in the country for GCSE results released by the Department for Education. Topping the list were three schools in Sutton, which each scored 100 per cent pass rates – Nonesuch High School for Girls, Wilson’s School and Wallington County Grammar School.
Ofsted Reports - http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/

Sutton Transport Links

Sutton, in Travelcard zone 5, provides direct links to three of London’s most popular train stations – London Victoria, London Bridge and St Pancras International with the fastest connection to Victoria taking just 25 minutes. It also stops at Clapham Junction providing links to London Waterloo.