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Norbury Update 22 May

Norbury Gets Back To Organised Community Activity Community and faith groups in Norbury have been getting back into action: The monthly litter pics by Litter Free Norbury – in April with Pollards Hill Residents Association and on 29 May with … Continue reading

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Windrush Day Event 25 June

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Croydon General Update

Wednesday 25 May. 2pm. The Tsars Peter I and Alexander I and the times they spent in London. Talk by Janet Hartley for Sanderstead Local History Group Small Hall, All Saints’ Church http://www.sandersteadlhg.co.uk Wednesday 25 May. Sustainable Living Hub Session … Continue reading

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Croydon Council Update 21 May

Perry’s Cabinet Does Not Reflect Lack Of Overall Tory Control By only appointing Tories as his Cabinet members, Mayor Jason Perry has signalled that he is not attempting any bi-partisanship given the almost equal division of Council seats with Labour. … Continue reading

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The Amazing Life Of Olaudah Equiano

Programme made by Croydon’s Marc Wadsworth.

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The Bizarre Story Of Croydon’s Digital Information Bus Shelters

This is the response I received to my complaint about the failure to publicise the timetable for the installation of the new digital information bus shelters. ‘Thank you for your letter concerning the bus shelter installation programme. Our concessionaire partner, … Continue reading

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Croydon Update 15 May

Tuesday 24 May.  4pm. The Amazing Life of Olaudah Equiano Croydon resident Marc Wadsworth’s programme on Equiano, the 18thC leading black campaigner  for the abolition the slave trade and slavery and for parliamentary reform  is being broadcast by BBC Radio … Continue reading

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Croydon Council Enters No Overall Control With Tory Mayor With Tiny Personal Majority

Given the continuing crisis the result of the Croydon Council elections is probably  the best result possible. No Party is in overall control. With 34 seats Labour is the largest party, with the Conservatives having 32, and the Liberal Democrats … Continue reading

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Croydon Update 7 May- Jason Perry Elected Mayor

Jason Perry Elected Mayor By  Less Than 600 Votes First preference results for the candidates was as follows: Richard Michael Howard (LIB DEM) – 9967 Farah London (TAKING THE INITIATIVE PARTY) – 5768 Winston McKenzie (IND) – 1324 Gavin Palmer … Continue reading

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Earlsfield History Events

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