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Daily Archives: September 13, 2017
WALTER CRONXITE on another bungled announcement by Croydon Conservatives No matter how hard they try to make it look as if they do give a toss about the north of the borough, Croydon’s Tories really don’t give a shit. And … Continue reading
There was blood on the shag pile at Croydon Tory HQ over selections for next May’s local elections. Political editor WALTER CRONXITE reports on the high casualty rate among some of the council’s one-time big beasts Mike Fisher, until 2014 … Continue reading
The new term at Croydon’s ground-breaking and widely admired adult learning scheme, CALAT, begins in a few weeks, offering a broad range of classes and skills. There are plenty of language classes for beginners, but much harder to find one … Continue reading
One of the residents groups in Norbury which has organised regular clean-ups in an effort to spruce up the area is giving itself a bit of a makeover, and a new name. The Norbury Avenue and Thornton Heath group has … Continue reading
Croydon Minster is staging a Macmillan Coffee Morning from 10.30am on September 30.
The taxman opened its new Croydon offices yesterday, with the ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1 Ruskin Square. The offices, built as part of Stanhope and Schroders development of the “Croydon Gateway” site next to East Croydon Station, will provide work space … Continue reading