Daily Archives: March 8, 2016

Council pledge on Living Wage forgotten for #IWD party

A senior Town Hall figure has admitted that Croydon Council “has no idea” whether the staff working at the venue at which it is staging a “celebratory event” this evening for International Women’s Day are paid the London Living Wage. … Continue reading

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Temporary camp in Old Coulsdon woods destroyed by fire

Barely a week after it was discovered in the woods close to Old Coulsdon, the temporary camp thought to have been set up by a homeless construction worker has been burnt down. There is no sign of anyone having been … Continue reading

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Chip in to save money with your dog at Wandle Park, Mar 11

Croydon Council’s dog wardens are offering free micro-chipping at Wandle Park this Friday, March 11, providing a service to residents – and their pets – which might usually cost as much as £20. The event, from 11am to 4pm, is … Continue reading

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The Unknown Soldier parades at the Spread Eagle, Mar 25-26

After its hugely successful premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe last year, when it received four- and five-star reviews, The Unknown Soldier, by writer Ross Ericson is now on a national tour, stopping off at the Spread Eagle Theatre in Croydon … Continue reading

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BRIT School community play auditions, Mar 16 and Mar 19

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Super Dads Saturday, New Addington, Apr 2

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