Daily Archives: March 8, 2018

Trinity Boys’ Choir plays starring part in West End opera

The Trinity Boys’ Choir has been receiving rave reviews again, this time on stage with the English National Opera. BELLA BARTOCK, our arts correspondent, used her freedom pass to go ‘up West’ It is a sign of Trinity School’s decades-long … Continue reading

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‘Bogus Ben’ and freesheet’s lead story prompt complaints

Sutton reporter BELLE MONT on how a LibDem election candidate has been caught out trying to take credit for a community campaign Sutton’s polluting, thieving and cage-fighting LibDem councillors and ex-councillors, despite having been caught out trying to use tax-payers’ … Continue reading

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Croydon choir’s Palace performance will live in the memory

A Croydon-based choir made up of people affected by dementia, has performed at Buckingham Palace. Croydon’s “Singing for the Brain” group started in 2012 and is run by the Alzheimer’s Society. The group enjoyed a “once in a lifetime opportunity” … Continue reading

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Fairfield Halls scheme unravelling under untried Brick by Brick

CROYDON COMMENTARY: There’s numerous fundamental and obvious flaws in the thinking and execution of the council’s private housing company, Brick by Brick, according to MICHAEL HOPKINS You are whistling in the wind if you think Brick by Brick is going … Continue reading

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Diversity Discussed, Palace For All, Selhurst Park, Mar 22

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QuizFest 2018 for Citizens Advice, Sandilands, Apr 27

QuizFest 2018 Fund-raising night in aid of Croydon Citizens Advice Sandilands Sports Club, Friday April 27 (between Park Hill and Addiscombe, at the top of Sandilands/Grimwade Avenue). Car park on site or buses 119,194,198 or tram to Sandilands and a … Continue reading

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Downland Chorale: Mozart’s Requiem, Old Coulsdon, Mar 17

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