Daily Archives: April 7, 2017

Something smelling fishy about Sutton’s environmental record

Sutton’s growing reputation for being an environmental disaster area has just got even worse after allowing one of the area’s beauty spots, Carshalton Ponds, to be drained of water right in the middle of the waterfowl breeding season. The move … Continue reading

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Stop Racist Attacks vigil, North End, Apr 8

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All change at Edenham as parents give dressing down to head

GENE BRODIE, our education correspondent, reports on a parents’ backlash against uniform and other changes being imposed at one of the borough’s poorest performing schools There must come a time for any struggling school when its governors and staff decide … Continue reading

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Council hands Hunt final decision over cuts to IVF treatment

The Council’s health and social care scrutiny committee has thrown a curve ball to the Tory government over cuts in NHS provision by referring the decision to end the provision of IVF fertility treatment in Croydon to Jeremy Hunt, the … Continue reading

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South Norwood book club to chart another decline and fall

GUY CLAPPERTON, of South Norwood’s Page Turners book club, looks back at this week’s meeting and gets on a Waugh footing for May A terrific meeting last night with seven of us – three of whom were brand new members … Continue reading

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Volunteer in Croydon parks as part of the John Muir Award

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