After a year online, The Croydon Citizen will produce a monthly, printed news magazine – but we need your help
Tonight, two days shy of our first anniversary, we announced that The Croydon Citizen will soon appear in print, in the format of a monthly news magazine.
Characterised by the same community passion and variety of content you’ve come to expect from the site, … Read More »
On Wednesday, Tom Black will put his thumbs to good use for the good of the community
Gavin Barwell, Conservative MP for Croydon Central, is holding another of his public meetings this Wednesday in Bernard Weatherill House on Mint Walk. The topic for discussion this time will be the various regeneration plans for for Croydon, with a focus on the Westfield and Hammerson plans for the … Read More »
The Croydon Citizen is turning one – and we want you to celebrate with us
It’s been quite a first year for the Citizen. From humble beginnings, we’ve grown to over sixty contributors. Our readership is growing and followers continually increasing. With any luck, the debate we stimulated, the issues we tackled and the great projects we highlighted are already making a difference to Croydon life.
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Croydon’s decision makers will be open to your questions at a public panel on Tuesday
Council leaders will face public questions this Tuesday evening at Coulsdon Community Centre, Barrie Close, off Chipstead Valley Road, Coulsdon. Unable to attend? Worry not – The Croydon Citizen‘s Tom Black will be there, providing blow-by-blow coverage of the questions answered and issues raised. If you have a question you’d like … Read More »
On Thursday, Tom Black will put his thumbs to good use for the last time until September
Gavin Barwell, Conservative MP for Croydon Central, is holding another of his public meetings this Thursday at Croydon Town Hall. The topic for discussion this time will be crime. The Croydon Citizen’s Tom Black will once again be present, providing live updates on our Twitter account.
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Croydon’s decision makers will be open to your questions at a public panel on Monday
Council leader Mike Fisher and police Superintendent Rob Atkin will be among those facing public questions this Monday evening at The St Mildred’s Centre, St Mildred’s Church, 30 Bingham Road, Croydon. Unable to attend? Worry not – The Croydon Citizen‘s Tom Black will be there, providing blow-by-blow coverage of the questions … Read More »
Sutton Council’s decision over building an incinerator at Beddington Lane was deferred on 24 April. Now, sooner than expected, the Planning Committee is sitting again to make its deferred decision. The Citizen will bring you the result as it happens
At 8pm on Wednesday, the Sutton Planning Committee will reconvene at Sutton Civic Centre to approve or block an incinerator at Beddington Lane. The controversy stems from … Read More »
Croydon Central’s MP is to take questions from the public on the NHS, and The Citizen will be covering it live
At 7:30pm tomorrow, Gavin Barwell, the Conservative MP for Croydon Central, will be holding a public meeting at Croydon Town Hall about the controversial NHS reforms that the government has been undertaking. His last such meeting, about ‘the benefit changes’, was well-attended and led … Read More »
A profound planning decision that will affect Croydon people for 20 years is about to be taken in Sutton. Join the Citizen to follow the action
At 8pm tomorrow, the Sutton Planning Committee will meet at Sutton Civic Centre to approve or block the plan to build an incinerator at Beddington.
Groups opposed to it say that the pollution it will produce will have serious negative … Read More »
What the Croydon Citizen represents has confused old media – today we set out our stall
A little while ago we published an article that was far more widely debated than any other we had ever published before.
It wasn’t that we hadn’t published controversial material before, but it was first time in our short history that we published something that several members of our … Read More »