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Breakfast With The Birds, Coulsdon Common, May 4

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Marlpit Lane bowling green, Coulsdon, re-opening Apr 19

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Grange Park Easter Eggstravaganza, Old Coulsdon, Apr 20

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Sherlock’s stake-out of Count Dracula is a damn close-run thing

The game’s afoot in the latest Theatre Workshop Coulsdon production, as seen by our veteran theatre critic, BELLA BARTOCK I had never before seen it written down. But when my frequent companion, Claudia De Boozy, replied to my text inviting … Continue reading

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Happy Valley to be granted National Nature Reserve status

Some of Croydon’s best-known and most popular open spaces are to be afforded similar status to a National Park, giving protection from the threat of development. In a proposal to be considered by the City of London Corporation on Monday, … Continue reading

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Can Sherlock Holmes save us from the Prince of Darkness?

As the old century wanes, a new threat rises… The mortal remains of a young aristocrat vanish without explanation in the dead of night from Brompton Necropolis. But no sooner is consulting detective Sherlock Holmes asked to investigate, than a … Continue reading

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Excrement ‘hand-delivered’ to councillor in row over planning

Being a councillor is becoming an increasingly shitty proposition. Our political editor, WALTER CRONXITE, reports ahead of tonight’s Town Hall meeting on how ‘a council motion’ has taken on whole new meaning Tension is running high at the Town Hall, … Continue reading

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