Category Archives: Croydon parks

Police observe Peak practice with car drivers in Shirley Hills

Ahead of a springtime weekend with warmer weather forecast, the police and other agencies are warning the public not to treat the coronavirus lockdown as some kind of lengthy holiday period, and certainly not to set off for parks and … Continue reading

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Beavers on the Wandle: Newman dives in for greener Croydon

EXCLUSIVE: Operation Flair Pool could see the introduction of a shy and industrious mammal to Wandle Park as soon as this autumn, in what the council leader has described as ‘an exciting high-water mark for Croydon’s  Green New Deal’. Our … Continue reading

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Chancellor is taking an axe to councils’ magic money tree

Croydon Council has more than £1bn of borrowings – half of which has gone on Brick by Brick and the purchase of some commercial properties. Proposals contained in the Budget this week could put an end to that, as KEN … Continue reading

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Crystal Palace’s historic dinosaurs placed on ‘at risk’ register

Crystal Palace Park’s historic dinosaurs are in danger of becoming extinct… or at least, crumbling apart. And conservation agency Historic England has stepped in, adding the 30 Grade I-listed, life-size statues to its Heritage at Risk Register – which will … Continue reading

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Brilliant Butterflies Open Day, Hutchinson’s Bank, Apr 4

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Residents call for volunteers for Norbury Hall Park clean-up

The Friends of Norbury Hall Park are appealing for volunteers to join their clean-up this Saturday, February 29. The “Squirrel Park” is very popular with its community, but with a reduced amount of maintenance, it has become tired, run-down and … Continue reading

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Friends of Lloyd Park Conservation Day, Feb 9

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