Our Group Members

Sutton U3A

Sutton U3A

is part of a unique and exciting international self-help movement providing recreational, educational and social activities for semi-retired and retired people - offering a wide range of interest groups and "out and about" activities.
Sutton U3A gives you the chance to develop your interests, make new friends and enjoy yourself.

Sutton Volunteer Centre

Sutton Volunteer Centre

is the dedicated service for volunteers and volunteer involving organisations within the London Borough of Sutton. We have been helping local people find positive volunteering opportunities for over fifty years.

They also support over 400 local non-for-profit groups with all aspects of working with volunteers. Whether you live, work or study in the Borough, they're the go-to people for local volunteering.

Sutton Older People's Welfare

Sutton Older People's Welfare 

provide a drop in centre for elderly people of Sutton. Transport for less able members, bingo, keep fit, raffle, live music and day trips. We have a hairdresser, chiropodist, manicurist and mobile library who visit regularly. They also provide volunteer positions for adults with learning difficulties and recruit / coordinate volunteers and workers for the local Meals on wheels.

Sutton Vision

Sutton Vision

is a registered charity and have been supporting people who are blind or partially sighted in the London Borough of Sutton since 1965. Everyone's sight loss journey is different and that's why they provide a wide range of services to help enable and empower people with sight loss to live independent and full lives.

Sutton and Merton TUC

Sutton and Merton TUC 

By affiliating to The M&STUC organisation will be able to send delegates to the meetings of the Trades Council and have a say in important decisions affecting the Trades Council.

You can also ask for help or get advice and guidance with any organising issues you my have.

Affiliating to the Trades Council is an excellent way of linking up with other local trade unionists and furthering the work of your branch/organisation.

The Quakers Sutton

Quakers

don't have a fixed creed because they have found that the search for trut can lead them to new expressions of values as well as confirming existing ones. They call these values 'testimonies'. Today they focus on equality, peace, truth, justice and simplicity, and how they relate to one another.

Their testimonies encourage them to work for a more just, peaceful and sustainable world. It's not always easy to live this way, but as Quakers we try to encourage each other to keep trying.

Sutton Christian Centre

Sutton Christian Centre

their vision is to be a church in which people from all backgrounds and ages can experience the love and power of Jesus, and to allow that to shape their lives so they in turn can be like Jesus to those they meet. A church in which everyone discovers their God-given calling, is helped to develop the gifts that God has given them to fulfil that calling and where people are enabled to serve in their calling.

Sutton Women's Centre

Sutton Women's Centre

is a local organisation run by women and provides local women with information, support, advice on local services and education. Their aim is to provide an inclusive Women & Children Focused Resource to uphold our values of: Respect and Empowerment. They will achieve this by: Maintaining Information, Advice & Support services which promote the rights of local women.

Benhill Social Club

Benhill Social Club

contact the club for further information on what they can offer you.