Monthly Archives: September 2019

Croydon events & news at 28 September

Tuesday 1 October. 10am. Council Passenger Transport Liaison Panel Trams: current works in progress (Including A232 Addiscombe Road); Phipps Bridge London Trams derailment (appeal for information) Buses: bus services in the Town Centre;  Liveable Neighbourhood Bid (Buses to serve Old Town); Advance … Continue reading

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Paul Scott Attacks His Planning Critics & Other Croydon Planning News

New items: Local Plan Review Up-date; Purley Way Masterplan; Kenley Community Plan; London Road Corridor & Brick by Brick Submits Plans for five-building mixed-use development for 421 new homes near Fairfield Halls Paul Scott Attacks His Planning Critics Paul Scott, … Continue reading

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History events, publications and news at 24 September

The BME presence in British politics 1750-1850 The Open University has an AHRC funded PhD studentship through the Open-Oxford-Cambridge DTP consortium in association with the History of Parliament. Anyone interested in applying should follow the link to the consortium https://www.oocdtp.ac.uk/collaborative-doctoral-awards. … Continue reading

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Merger of Croydon NHS Trust & CCG & other news

Tuesday 24 September. 6.30pm. Council Scrutiny & Social Care Sub-committee Inc. scrutiny of the work to deliver closer alignment between the Croydon Health Service NHT Trust (CHS) and the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). For detail see below. To 12 October. … Continue reading

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Croydon events, news & Cabinet discussions

Contents: Council Cabinet 19 September; Climate March 20 September;  Museum family activities; Pathetic Black History Month programme; Local History Fair; Petitions to preserve Green Spaces for the Community; Violent mayhem incidents in Croydon; The Green Croydon Fund; Citizens Assembly for … Continue reading

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History news & information at 10 September

Eighteenth-Century Political Participation and Electoral Culture (ECPPEC) ECPPEC is a £933,750 three-year project funded by the AHRC, running from January 2020 to December 2022. It is led by Professor Matthew Grenby (School of English, Newcastle University), with Co-Investigators Professor Elaine Chalus (Dept. … Continue reading

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Breaking Chains. North Shields and Slavery 3 October – 22 December

Saturday 19 October. 11am. Newcastle & North Shields – their role in the abolition of slavery movement Talk by Brian Ward (author of Martin Luther King in Newcastle) £3 and is free to members. Friday  1 & Saturday 2 November. 7.30pm. Breaking Chains … Continue reading

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