1:35pm Friday 9th November 2012
The smiling and confident Charmane St Ange you see today is a long way from the lady she was four years ago. Looking at photos of herself back then, Charmane hardly recognises the woman in the picture, now that she has lost 2st 7lbs.
12:21pm Tuesday 4th September 2012
9:39am Monday 16th April 2012
With Wimbledon nearly upon us, local primary School children tried there hand at becoming the new Rafael Nadal and Andy Murrey this Easter holidays at Norbury Park tennis club. Children took part in competitions, fun games and tennis drills. The camp was an exciting and busy start to the summer at Norbury LTC. This month marks the start of a new head coach taking over, a new tennis programme and a free open day open to all of the community on Sunday 29th April from 10am. There will be free tennis coaching, activity Marquee and inflatable tennis zone with lots of prizes to be won! For more info visit www.norburyparkltc.co.uk Based on information supplied by Ben Jones.
8:03am Tuesday 20th December 2011
2:37pm Monday 17th October 2011
The Wheatsheaf Inn was originally built as a coaching house opposite the Pond in the 18th century where passengers could take refreshments while their horses were being watered at the Pond. The present building has changed relatively little over the last hundred years.
9:53am Friday 17th June 2011
I am a 16 year old student at the BRIT School, and i have recently entered a pageant called Teen Queen UK. Fortuanately i am now through to the Semi Finals, but now require the publics vote to get through to the Finals in September I would really love the unique oppurtunity to go to a beauty pageant even if i dont win.
10:56am Friday 8th April 2011
Croydon trading standards have issued a fresh warning to householders to be on their guard after a Thornton Heath man has lost over £33,000 to rogue builders last month. The two con artists tricked him into paying for a whole new roof and then disappeared without doing a single piece of work.
11:30am Thursday 7th April 2011
8:02am Monday 4th April 2011
1:08pm Monday 4th April 2011
On Friday 8th April, a team of volunteers from Barclays Corporate will lend a hand in the community and provide some much appreciated assistance at the Thornton Heath Children’s Centre in Pridham Road CR7.
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