Daily Archives: February 13, 2018

Here’s a dozen good reasons why you should join our team

You, too, can help to produce the sort of journalism which is generating news stories which are being picked up by the BBC, Private Eye magazine and The Times. Just in the past couple of weeks, Inside Croydon has brought … Continue reading

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Bev Jones – Rain and Shine, Studio Upstairs, Feb 22

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What a load of rubbish: how I love the planet by refusing bags

CROYDON COMMENTARY: The mounting public concern about oceans full to the brim with discarded plastics has seen calls for grand, global solutions. But as Crystal Palace home-owner ALEX KLAUSHOFER has shown, we can all make a change, starting with our … Continue reading

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More police cuts on the way as borough commands merge

Another raft of police reorganisation has been announced and, like all such re-organisations, the change is not to make the service better, just cheaper. For once, there seems to be cross-party unanimity over the proposals, as no party appears to … Continue reading

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Pankhurst plays part in HMRC’s Suffrage Flag relay in Croydon

A human chain of 56 people delivered the Suffrage Flag to Croydon yesterday. HM Revenue and Customs staff – and some of their children on half-term holiday – joined the flag relay from East Croydon Station to the nearby office … Continue reading

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A three parks walk that takes you back through Croydon history

WANDLE WANDERINGS: Even within the densely populated parts of post-industrial Croydon, close to the source of matchday roars from Crystal Palace’s football ground, it is possible to take a stroll through meadows and parks, accompanied by moor hens and cyclists, … Continue reading

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