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Striving to help the Croydon community

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

World Humanitarian Drive, a local charity, held a seminar in June to promote peace and wellbeing in the borough.

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World Humanitarian Drive (WHD), a local Croydon charity striving for humanity, conducted a seminar called ‘Giving Hope to the Community’ recently at Haselmere Hall, Thornton Heath. A local audience were able to hear various professional speakers offer advice and guidance in the form of a panel discussion with questions and answers … Read More »



In defence of Croydon’s street preachers

Posted on July 4th, by Jonny Rose in Politics & Society. 4 comments

Jonny Rose plays devil’s advocate to Croydon’s “confrontational” missionaries

You can’t escape them.

From the simpering Jehovah’s Witnesses to the exotic Muslims to the dancing pentecostals, a Saturday amble down Croydon High Street brings you into contact with a frenetic spectrum of street preachers.

Whether they sing it, shout it, or shamefacedly distribute it via pamphlet, each of them is presenting and … Read More »



I’m positive about leaving

Posted on June 21st, by Ahzaz Chowdhury in Politics & Society, Topical. No Comments

Local businessman Az Chowdhury presents a case for leaving the EU that’s more upbeat than others you may have read

On 23rd June, each of us has the opportunity to cast their vote in the EU Referendum. How will it affect the country as a whole, and us in Croydon? Ultimately, should we vote to remain or leave?

I will be voting to leave the EU. … Read More »



Out of the EU and back on track

Posted on March 16th, by Michael Swadling in Politics & Society. 18 comments

The Citizen’s EU referendum coverage begins with Michael Swadling presenting a case for ‘Crexit’

The EU referendum campaign has started. This represents a huge opportunity for the people of Britain to regain control of our democracy and leave the EU. I am campaigning for Britain to set itself free from the burden of EU membership and as a life-long resident of Croydon, I look forward … Read More »