Thursday 30 May. 2-3.3pm. Peter and the Wolf.
London Mozart Players at Thornton Heath Library
Saturday 8 June. 11am-4pm. Green Spaces Open Day
Croydon Central Library, Clocktower, Katharine St
Discover more about Croydon’s green spaces and local wildlife and nature groups at this Open Day. Find out how you can become a volunteer and take part in activities.
Stall holders include: Croydon RSPB, Croydon Natural History & Scientific Society, Croydon Ponds Project, London Wildlife Trust, the Wilderness Project, Association of Croydon Conservation Societies.
Sunday 16 June. 7.30pm. Labour Party fundraising celebration of Norbury’s Eric Sanders
Saturday 14 – Sunday 29 September. Wandle Fortnight
Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 September. Open House Weekend
Ruskin House Events
24 May. 8.30pm. Jazz with Soft Winds: standards, Latin, ballads and be-bop on sax, flute, clarinet, guitar and bass. Free.
26 May. 8pm. Folk & Blues: Libre Fuego and Singers’ Night
31 May. 7.30pm. 5 Broken Cameras – award winning documentary about Palestine. £5 from bar or Eventbrite.
2 June. 8pm. Folk & Blues: Dulcidelic – Steve Lillywhite and Singers’ Night
7 June. 8pm. Poets Anonymous – £2 .All poets welcome. See poetsanon.org.uk
9 June. 8pm. Folk & Blues: Bill Wardwell and Singers’ Night
15 June. 8pm. Cinema Ruskin: Shoot-out at Medicine Bend (Randolph Scott 1957) and Ghost Camera (John Mills 1933). £2
16 June. 8pm. Folk & Blues: Sarah Milne and Singers’ Night
23 June. 8pm. Folk & Blues: Singers’ Night
30 June. 8pm. Folk & Blues: Four Gone Confusion and Singers’ Night
Brick by Brick shared ownership sales
Will the people of Croydon ever get their much-anticipated mega-mall?
This question is asked and analysed by Andrew Busby, founder of Retail Reflections consultancy.
Council’s up-hill struggle against waste and fly-tipping
New Mayor to reduce accountability by shortening Council meetings
Consensus growing on need for water features for well being