West Croydon Carnival of Cultures


Why I kept my business local

Posted on February 16th, by Ahzaz Chowdhury in Economics & Business. 1 Comment

Central London? No thanks. Az Chowdhury explains why

I’ve lived in Croydon most of my life. The Cronx is in my blood. That is what keeps me living in our town, but it’s not enough in itself to justify running my business here. Taking a Braveheart approach to business will likely end in a similarly messy way.

Whilst my professional peers are working from their more … Read More »



Should we pity London Road?

Posted on July 30th, by Liz Sheppard-Jones in Politics & Society. 8 comments

Accused of giving the West Croydon Carnival of Cultures a ‘pity review’ in an article about festivals, Broad Green resident Liz Sheppard-Jones pleads guilty as charged

These are the words which led me to be accused on social media of writing ‘a pity review’ of the West Croydon Carnival of Cultures.

So – do I pity London Road?

Yes, I do. But first, let’s … Read More »