Submitted Coulsdon news
3:42pm Wednesday 12th September 2012
3:35pm Wednesday 12th September 2012
A group of part-time Spanish students at Croydon College were last week celebrating the opening of enrolment for the second year of their A-level language programme following a change of heart by the college after the course was originally dropped from the curriculum.
12:20pm Tuesday 4th September 2012
12:13pm Tuesday 4th September 2012
Sponsored by the Croydon Chamber of Commerce and Palmerston Accountants & Business Consultants, new Purley based Online Marketing Consultancy Cameo Marketing is holding the first of a series off free seminars for local SMEs.
12:39pm Tuesday 21st August 2012
11:56am Tuesday 21st August 2012
11:48am Monday 20th August 2012
Since Tia Sharp went missing the strength of the community which has already existed in New Addington and Fieldway has been realised in action. Hundreds of people were involved in raising awareness of her disappearance and the whole community was praying for her safe return. As part of this community effort the churches of New Addington and Fieldway have been busy offering pastoral, practical and spiritual support to both volunteers and to Tia's family.
8:11am Thursday 16th August 2012
On July 19th I was walking my very ill dog on the green land in Regina Road. He was barely able to walk and so I had taken him out for a pee as close as I could to my house in Lincoln Road. 3 Neighbourhood wardens approached me and asked me why my dog wasn't on a lead.
8:08am Thursday 16th August 2012
On 22 September 2012, we have arranged a re-union dinner at the Seldson Park Hotel for girls who left Lady Edridge between 1959 and 1961 and who will be 70 years old during 2012/13. We are still trying to contact the following girls:- Valerie Billiness Maureen Brown Maureen Burrows Janette Chapman Shirley Cummings Sylvia Gambrill Sylvia Gubbins Janet Kibble Gill Long Theresa Whiting (married name Bunting) If anyone has information as to where they can be contacted, would they contact Carol on 07733345684 or Jill on 07730004672.
8:07am Thursday 16th August 2012
J.C. Martin, a local martial arts instructor-cum-writer, has just published her debut novel, ORACLE, on July 30th. Set in London in the run-up to the Olympics, ORACLE is a serial killer mystery that will make the perfect accompaniment to the action and excitement of the Games.
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The benefits cap, on top of the bedroom tax, will impoverish and stigmatise people who can't move home, while driving out others to unfamiliar parts of the country. − Croydon and Bromley Disabled People Against CutsLetter to the Editor: Benefits cap will impoverish Croydon’s poor »
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