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Voices of Croydon’s veterans

Posted on July 24th, by Myra Rademacher in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

These are the stories of some of Croydon’s unsung heroes: the men and women of the borough who served their country so admirably

“It just fills me with pride… to be recognised, for people to say thank you.”

Chris Morbey, a British Transport Police officer and former guardsman in the army, still doesn’t see himself as a veteran. He’s not retired, he didn’t fight in the … Read More »

How safe are you on Croydon’s trains?

Posted on April 26th, by Max Shirley in Politics & Society. 4 comments

Max Shirley has been looking at some crime statistics that might make East Croydon’s commuters uneasy

Since February 2015, 125 crimes have been recorded at East Croydon station. It’s a very busy station indeed: the country’s third busiest non-terminal station with an estimated 71,000 passengers per day embarking, disembarking or changing there, but compared to other stations in the area this crime figure still seems … Read More »