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Café review: Coffee Shotter, High Street, Croydon town centre

Posted on May 14th, by Liz Sheppard-Jones in Culture. No Comments

A great new addition to Croydon’s burgeoning coffee quarter

Since the superlative Smoothbean! coffee shop is a ten-minute walk away alongside East Croydon station, Croydon High Street struggled for great local coffee until Crushed Bean appeared on the scene, just opposite Green Dragon House. Next came the TMRW hub with its Byte Café – delicious food, great vibes, perfectly decent coffee. Then in 2017 came The Ludoquist, the town centre’s new … Read More »



Moving forward: Croydon’s Cultural Vision 2018 reflects on Borough of Culture loss

Posted on March 27th, by Holly Bernstein in Culture. No Comments

“With or without the money, Croydon will move forward”

A panel is setting its sights forward after Croydon lost the bid to become London’s first Borough of Culture in 2019.

The London Borough of Culture award was a new initiative launched by the Mayor Sadiq Khan in June 2017. The award offered more than £1m of funding to two winning boroughs, Waltham Forest for 2019 … Read More »



Why do Croydonians still commute to work?

Posted on February 6th, by Jonny Rose in Economics & Business. 9 comments

Cast off the chains of commuting and work from London’s most exciting borough

Every year, 22 million people enter and exit the East Croydon station (that’s over 70,000 daily) and this number is set to grow as more and more people make the welcome decision to move to London’s most exciting borough. As the trend continues, perhaps it’s time for Croydonians to consider alternatives: namely, work … Read More »



How will business take advantage of Croydon’s changes?

Posted on January 15th, by Nigel Davey in Economics & Business. No Comments

The town is in a period of transformation, so its businesses will need to react

Looking out of the iconic 50p building next to East Croydon, I can see the skyline changing quickly.

The renovation of Fairfield Halls is to my left, with Boxpark and Ruskin Square in front of me and the Tower on Saffron Square to my right, a lot has changed in the … Read More »



Event review: Croydon Rocks 2017

Posted on December 11th, by Paul Dennis in Culture. No Comments

Paul Dennis reports on ‘the festival to start all festivals’ which left Croydon begging for more

Richie Hudson’s ambitious Croydon Rocks Festival has left people wanting more, after two days of brilliant, diverse music rocked the town.

But before looking at the music in more detail, I’d like to pay tribute to the behind-the-scenes organisation that made the festival run like clockwork. These things don’t happen … Read More »