Coffee Craft


Croydon’s cultural innovators

Posted on February 24th, by Tom Black in Culture. No Comments

Croydon’s artists are pushing boundaries as much as their counterparts in business

Croydon’s innovating. Even the haters have admitted it at this point. The borough has now got more tech hubs than it has branches of Wimpy, you can buy Korean fried chicken from a shipping container, and now we even have a high-tech car park not unlike the one at the end of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. … Read More »



It’s your chance to vote for Croydon’s Best Independent Café 2015

Posted on November 11th, by Bernadette Fallon in Culture. 4 comments

What’s the best indie coffee shop in Croydon? Your vote counts, says Bernadette Fallon

It’s a place to drink, eat, hang out, look beautiful, hobnob with staff, write your novel, socialise, debate the issues of the day, meet friends, flick your hair at passing interested parties or just sit and stare.

It’s a… coffee shop – and Croydon’s never had them so good or … Read More »



New pop-up coffee shop opens at Stanley Halls in South Norwood

Posted on July 30th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Coffee Craft, an independent, family-run pop-up coffee shop, is to open in the historic surroundings of Stanley Halls in South Norwood, a five minute walk from Norwood Junction station.

Release begins: After moving to the area two years ago along with her husband Nick, proprietor Michelle Shaw is fulfilling a long-standing ambition to run her own coffee shop and also bringing her skills as a seamstress to offer craft workshops in … Read More »