Tag Archives: Toni Letts

We will remember them: Croydon’s Remembrance Day services

Remembrance Day, paying tribute to the sacrifices of military and service personnel in conflicts past and present, will be observed in Croydon on Sunday, at the war memorial outside the Town Hall and at Croydon Minster. Conducted by the Rt … Continue reading

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Soroptimists’ anniversary highlights 90 years of service

One of the borough’s longest established social organisations has been celebrating its 90th anniversary. CLARE WALKER outlines the varied activities of Croydon Soroptimists When a group of women met for lunch in the tea lounge at Grant’s, the well-known Croydon … Continue reading

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Dinner at the Hilton looks to be good for builders’ business

BELLA BARTOCK, our resident culture vulture, slipped on her best frock and sling-backs for a night on the town with a motley crew of councillors Some of the world’s best-paid leaflet deliverers took the night off yesterday, as Croydon’s councillors … Continue reading

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Selhurst councillor Letts confirmed as next Croydon Mayor

Toni Letts, the councillor for Selhurst ward, has been confirmed as the next Mayor of Croydon. It will be Letts’ second term as Croydon Mayor. The news was announced this morning by the mayoral incumbent, Wayne Trakas-Lawlor: “Warm congrats to … Continue reading

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Labour members get chance to ask Reed about Corbyn coup

Labour members in Croydon North, who Steve Reed OBE, the constituency MP, refused to answer with a frank explanation of his position over the party’s leadership, have the chance to get up close and personal with Progress vice-chair this Saturday … Continue reading

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Only 700 respond to survey that excludes library users

GENE BRODIE, our libraries and bookish gyms correspondent, on the council’s latest crass move over another bogus-looking consultation Croydon’s Labour-run council is being accused of trying to “fix” the borough’s latest consultation on the running of its public libraries, by … Continue reading

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Newman’s time for change as he faces threat of ‘dead sheep’

WALTER CRONXITE on the ins and outs of the latest council “non-reshuffles”, and how the the spectre of #WadGate and others’ past crimes still stalk the Town Hall’s corridors of (not much) power “They used to say that being attacked … Continue reading

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