Print Archive: September 2014 News Magazine – Back to school?

Posted on October 14th, by The Croydon Citizen in Site News. No Comments

Croydon goes back to the classroom in this edition of the Citizen, with a look at school places, public art, local recipes and life after Tony Pulis

Introduction by James Naylor, Editor-in-Chief:

In September, the ‘back to school’ season reaches its crescendo. Seemingly endless summer holidays finally do end; which, depending on your point of view, is either very bad or very … Read More »

How Chromolocomotion was made in Croydon, and what public art might do for our borough

Posted on July 2nd, by Olivia Garner in Culture. 1 Comment

Just don’t mention Tetris! Olivia Garner meets the creator of the artwork making a big impact at St Pancras International station, and discovers how it came to be manufactured very close to home

Every morning since April 2014, commuters at St Pancras International station on Euston Road in Central London have been immersed in a beautiful spectrum of coloured light. It’s all thanks to Scottish artist David … Read More »