Daily Archives: June 15, 2016

Croydon Brexit campaign go Dutch for their meeting leaflets

It is not entirely original to suggest that, with one look at leading figures in the Leave campaign, any reasonable person ought to be very concerned at the possible leadership of this country should they prevail in the EU Referendum … Continue reading

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Southern Failways: Civil servant wants to ‘break’ rail unions

An article in the latest edition of Private Eye provides further confirmation of our reports of the past two days which suggest that the disruption and delays on Southern Railways inflicted on commuters every weekday are being caused by confrontation … Continue reading

Posted in Chris Philp MP, Commuting, Coulsdon, East Croydon, Purley, TfL, Transport | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

David Livingstone school Summer Fair, Thornton Heath, Jul 9

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Council’s parks contractor is ‘surprised that the grass grows’

A Croydon councillor has today criticised the council’s parks contractor, saying that Quadron has been “surprised that the grass grows”. Many of the borough’s parks and open spaces have not undergone a routine grass cutting over the spring. But this … Continue reading

Posted in Carole Bonner, Croydon parks, Environment, Fieldway, Lloyd Park, New Addington, Quadron, Wildlife | Tagged , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Urgent appeal to help find missing Robert Gibson

There’s growing concern for the well-being of Robert Gibson, pictured above, the widely admired and much-loved community activist from the Crystal Palace area and leading light in the Save the Upper Norwood Library campaign. Gibson has not been home since … Continue reading

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