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Former Barwell aide tweets his support for ‘Tommy Robinson’

Shaun Bailey, the very dim Tory candidate for London Mayor, came in for another round of criticism last night after his Twitter account posted praise for the supporters of far-right racist extremist Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, known to some as “Tommy Robinson”. … Continue reading

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The Bourne Legacy: plaques walk that charts Coulsdon history

A local history society has pulled together a special walk that links a series of sites of interest in and around Coulsdon and Old Coulsdon. The Bourne Society has 23 blue plaques on display around the area, and their walk … Continue reading

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Creatura shows his contempt for public by backing Cummings

Dominic Cummings can rest easy. Coulsdon councillor Mario Creatura reckons he did no wrong. Creatura, who worked in Downing Street as Theresa Mayhem’s Twitter monitor, must now surely be ranked as only the second-worst government special adviser in the history … Continue reading

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Residents’ association issues apology for ‘Chinese virus’ tweet

Our south of the borough correspondent, PEARL LEE, reports on how a Tory-backed group in Coulsdon has cause to regret handing its social media account over to a far-right agitator The Coulsdon West Residents’ Association, only reformed recently with the … Continue reading

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Coulsdon history to be commemorated with Cane Hill sun dial

Artist Holly Graham has been commissioned by housebuilders Barratts to create a piece of art to commemorate Cane Hill Hospital, the site on which their Cane Hill Park development has been built in Coulsdon. Honouring the history of the clock … Continue reading

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Coulsdon shop asks public to help find £4,500 stolen e-bike

A small independent trader in Coulsdon is reeling from the shock of having £4,500 stolen from them this week, when a “customer” rode off during a test ride on a top-of-the-range bicycle from Energise E-bikes. It is the first time … Continue reading

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E-bikes for Beginners Brunch, Coulsdon, Mar 15

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Kenley, Coulsdon, Purley and South Croydon put on flood alert

The Environment Agency has issued a flood alert for south-east London, including Coulsdon, Kenley, Purley and South Croydon. It is six years since the major flooding in Kenley and Purley, when emergency services had to work around the clock to … Continue reading

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Eddie Hyde talk, Old Coulsdon Camera Club, Feb 25

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City Commons Meet The Calves day, Coulsdon, Mar 28

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