Out now is the Croydon Insider, the first in what we plan on being a monthly series of round-table discussions on all things Croydon.
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In our first episode, the Croydon Insider’s guests are iC columnist Andrew Fisher, Emma Gardiner from the South Norwood Community Kitchen, local business owner Oumesh Sauba and writer and teacher Ken Towl.
Together, we look back on the Croydon news of the past week, and look ahead to issues such as strikes, funding for the voluntary sector in the borough (or the lack of it), Council Tax hikes and benefit cuts…
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