Monthly Archives: July 2015

Jeremy Corbyn wins backing of Croydon Central and North Labour Parties

From: http://www.leftfutures.org With only  a week to go before he comes to Croydon to speak at Ruskin House, Jeremy Corbyn has won the backing of Croydon North and Central Constituency Labour Parties and three more national trade unions: Unison, CWU … Continue reading

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Black History News and Events at 30 July

1 August to 22 November. Tayo Aluko Call Mr Robeson and other performances August 1. Museum of Liverpool: Talk: Liverpool 8 Music Scene August 7, Cumbria: Threlkeld Village Hall August 8, Cark, Cumbria: Lower Holker Village Hall August 23, Albert … Continue reading

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Fairfield Master Plan lacks vision

‘Without a vision you will only get a mish mash and unused space just like there is now with most of the College Green. ‘ So says Croydon Transition Town and the Historic Croydon Group member Andrew Kennedy in an email … Continue reading

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Empire Needs Men Exhibition Dates

The Empire Needs Men Exhibition remains at Croydon Central Library until 5pm this Saturday 1 August Free talk i Saturday 111am – 1pm It then travels to  Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre, 103 The Broadway, London, W5 5JY: 3-29 August Treaty Centre, … Continue reading

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Petition for stamp to Nicholas Winton

Sir Nicholas Winton Many of my readers have known Alf Dubs since he was adopted as prospective Parliamentary candidate and then MP for Battersea South, then MP for Battersea when the two constituencies was merged, and now a hard-working member … Continue reading

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Job creation 18thC style

© Copyright J C Ousby and licensed for reuse ounder this Creative Commons Licence. From North East History Tour website http://northeasthistorytour.blogspot.co.uk ‘Sharp’s Folly, or Tower, is reckoned to be the oldest folly in Northumberland. It is situated near Whitton, a little to the south of Rothbury, … Continue reading

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Re-Evaluating the Place of the City in History – 31 March/1 April 2016

 Re-Evaluating the Place of the City in History  Urban History Group 2016 University of Cambridge, 31 March – 1 April As the devolution of powers to cities gains political momentum in the UK it brings into sharper focus the roles … Continue reading

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