Tag Archives: National Lottery

It could be you! Last call for Lottery Awards nominations

Shirley Ballas, Strictly Come Dancing’s head judge, is offering people and projects from Croydon the chance to waltz off with a National Lottery Award by getting their nominations in before the June 7 deadline. The awards are the annual search … Continue reading

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It could be you: National Lottery is looking for award-winners

Today, marks the launch of 2020’s National Lottery Awards and the organisers are calling on the people of Croydon to start nominating. This year the annual search for the country’s most popular National Lottery-funded projects will, for the first time, … Continue reading

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Fairfield’s future needs to engage with Croydon public

Tired. Poorly managed. Poorly used. Under-funded. Under-appreciated. The Fairfield Halls, half a century old, might symbolise the faded grandeur of Croydon itself. With mounting concern over the council’s arts policy, or absence of it after the axing of the Mela … Continue reading

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Council U-turn on insurance for Neighbourhood meetings

The Croydon Congress, a swanky talking shop and slap-up lunch for a small band of hand-picked guests with celebrity speaker Tony Travers from the London School of Economics (Libya’s Colonel Gadaffi‘s favourite London uni), was staged yesterday as a platform … Continue reading

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