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All Saints Parish Church, Carshalton

Carshalton & District History & Archaeology Society

The Carshalton Society - promoting, protecting, conserving and improving Carshalton's amenities

Carshalton Water Tower

Croydon Airport - a site maintained by the Croydon Airport Society

East Surrey Family History Society

East Surrey Museum in Caterham

Ecolocal - developing and delivering a wide range of environmental sustainability services

Fairlight Historical Research - offering a comprehensive research service in London and the South-East

The Folly Fellowship - protecting, preserving, and promoting follies, grottos & garden buildings

Friends of Beddington Park

Friends of Mitcham Common

Friends of Sutton Common Park

The Greyhound Hotel, Carshalton - a friend opposite Honeywood Museum, as well as a fine hostelry and hotel

Hackbridge Network - events and news in the Hackbridge area

John Stillman - highly respected local artist

London Borough of Sutton - the Borough's website

Mayfield Lavender

Museum of London, London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN Telephone 0870 444 3852 (local call rates)

Radio Jackie - 107.8 the local radio station for south west London & north Surrey

St. Bartholomew's Polyphony Choir

St. Helier Memories - shared community stories from the St. Helier Estate

South Sutton Neighbourhood Association - bringing together local residents to think and act together for the good of the community

Surrey Industrial History Group - an active group of the Surrey Archaeological Society

Sutton Theatres - site for the Secombe Theatre, Sutton, and Charles Cryer Studio Theatre, Carshalton

Sutton Voice - a great guide to news and events in the London Borough of Stutton

Wandle Heritage - the history, ecology cultural heritage along the River Wandle

The Wandle Industrial Museum

Whitehall Cheam - the web site of the Friends of Whitehall

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