Tag Archives: South Croydon

£50m DisConnected Croydon and the real cost for business

CROYDON COMMENTARY: The council’s chief executive Jo Negrini has gushed in her shameless self-publicity how £50million spent on the “gateways” to the borough have transformed the areas, and that is now the received “wisdom” from the borough’s political leadership. But … Continue reading

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St Paul’s, Croham Road, Christmas services, Dec 24-25

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South Beats Christmas Party, South Croydon, Dec 24

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St Giles’ takes the plaudits as Croydon’s very special school

St Giles’ School has been named “Croydon Special School of the Year” at Croydon Council’s civic awards. St Giles’ was nominated by the council’s education department, who praised the rich and varied curriculum provided to the pupils at the school … Continue reading

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Labour’s attempt at beating the boundaries could back-fire

WALTER CRONXITE reports on one version of the borough’s political map which may not deliver all that council leader Tony Newman imagined If council leader Tony Newman’s intention was to gerrymander a new set of council wards to secure Croydon … Continue reading

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Rutherford School Christmas Fair, South Croydon, Dec 10

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St Andrew’s Church Christmas Fair, South Croydon, Dec 3

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