Daily Archives: October 6, 2017

All change on trams as TfL decides Elmers has reached an end

Transport correspondent JEREMY CLACKSON reports on an end to direct tram services from New Addington to Wimbledon The operators of the Croydon tram system are to introduce drastic changes in the service next month – without consulting their passengers, or … Continue reading

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Walking and talking through science and history with CNHSS

CNHSS – the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society – starts its 2017-2018 programme tomorrow with a walk in the countryside, to be followed with its usual full and fascinating programme of talks and studies over the coming six months. … Continue reading

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JAGS Foundation stages 10th anniversary dinner at City Hall

The JAGS Foundation is 10 years old this year, and to mark the anniversary they are staging a fund-raising gala dinner at City Hall next month. JAGS is a Croydon-based organisation which seeks to reduce and eliminate violent crime among … Continue reading

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Old Coulsdon Village Market, Cameron Hall, Oct 28

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Runners jog over to Duppas Hill for their autumn training

The beginners’ running sessions are moving from Wandle Park to Duppas Hill for the autumn evenings. With Wandle Park’s gates closing at dusk, the run group needs a new venue for the coming months, and the rolling pathways of Duppas … Continue reading

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Pumpkin carving event, Coulsdon Common, Oct 28

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