The traffic calming measures in Phipps Bridge Road were possibly implemented in late 2003/early 2004, based on this leaflet.
From the Mitcham News & Mercury, 19th January, 1962, page 1:
Night out for the Goons
The Mitcham Goons celebrated their fourth annual dinner at The White Hart Hotel, Mitcham.
Mr and Mrs D.C. Guy were guests of honour and Bob Hazell of Surrey Scooters, vice-president of the club, was also there.
The trophies for the annual club memorial trial were presented by Derek C. Guy, the first place being won by Harry Neal the club’s secretary, second place by Mike Austin and third place by Norman Creker.
From the Mitcham News & Mercury, 8th March, 1957, page 1:
A piece of mouldy cheese fetches 3s
A piece of mouldy cheese wrapped in paper sold for 3s. on Monday.
It was a mock auction organised by Mitcham and District Lambretta Club. All the parcels were wrapped so that the bidders did not know the contents.
Other articles sold included a bottle of Mitcham lavender that raised 5s., a puncture outfit and a pinafore.
A novelty item was a cardboard replica replica of a “goon.” It was made by Mrs Margaret Griffiths, Wide Way, Mitcham.
Mrs Griffiths has also designed “goon” pennants and badges. (Goon Harry Secombe is club president.)
The auctioneer was Mr G Hall, Bramcote Avenue, Mitcham, the Club chairman. Nearly £4 was raised.