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Croydon Assembly: building a campaign for Croydon residents’ real needs

Posted on November 3rd, by Sean Creighton in Politics & Society. 2 comments

Sean Creighton anticipates the inaugural meeting of the Croydon Assembly, committed to working for real change locally

With a general election due in May next year, Croydon Trade Union Council (CTUC) believes it is time to fight back against the attacks on the standard of living of the majority of Croydonians and the running down of services they need to use, and against the obsession … Read More »



How suitable is Segas House for a new central Croydon primary school?

Posted on July 31st, by Sean Creighton in Politics & Society. 3 comments

Sean Creighton listens with concern to the debate about a new primary school for Park Lane

Discussion of the suitability of Segas House on Park Lane in central Croydon – directly opposite the Fairfield Halls – as a location for a primary school has highlighted the problem of the support all schools give to sports activities for their pupils.

Both issues were discussed at Croydon Council’s … Read More »



Street serenade: The Croydon North Streets Commission presents its report

Posted on February 10th, by Liz Sheppard-Jones in Politics & Society. 3 comments

Liz Sheppard-Jones listens at the launch, with a little help from Dire Straits

Everyone who gave statements on the rubbish-strewn and filthy state of the streets of North Croydon was invited to attend the launch of the long-awaited Reed report into the problem, which took place on the evening of Thursday 6th February in Katharine Street. The document in question can’t, of course, be called … Read More »