Daily Archives: August 6, 2015

Fairness Commission’s youth competition gets just 10 entries

What do you get for £200,000 of public dosh? Not a lot, it seems, if the underwhelming response to Croydon’s Opportunity and Fairness Commission’s latest “youth engagement” efforts are anything to go by. Only 10 youngsters from across London’s most … Continue reading

Posted in Bishop of Croydon, Church and religions, Community associations, Croydon Council, Fairness Commission, Tony Newman | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Council can’t repair Kenley road because of ‘wrong sort of tar’

Nearly a year after complaints were first lodged about the pitted and pot-marked state of a road in Kenley, repair work has yet to commence, as MICHAEL SHACKLETON reports Croydon Council’s list of excuses for not resurfacing one crumbling road … Continue reading

Posted in Chris Philp MP, Croydon Council, Croydon South, Environment, Kenley | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Will Self writes for Inside Croydon… (Well, sort of)

Labour’s candidates for London Mayor, or at least most of them, come to Croydon on Monday for a suburban hustings. But only one of them will be able to do so with the endorsement described by the New Statesman as … Continue reading

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