Women’s Equality Party


How jazz diva Gill Manly brings South London Jazz and Blues Club to Matthews Yard

Posted on June 9th, by Katie Rose in Culture. 1 Comment

Katie Rose talks music, inspiration and Croydon with radio presenter, politician and jazz musician, Gill Manly

She’s a Croydon Radio presenter, the founder of the Croydon Women’s Equality Party and the darling of Ronnie Scott’s who has founded the South London Jazz and Blues Club ”to show that jazz is not this weird, eclectic, squeaky thing – that it’s actually the music of the people”. Yes, … Read More »



How safe are you on Croydon’s trains?

Posted on April 26th, by Max Shirley in Politics & Society. 4 comments

Max Shirley has been looking at some crime statistics that might make East Croydon’s commuters uneasy

Since February 2015, 125 crimes have been recorded at East Croydon station. It’s a very busy station indeed: the country’s third busiest non-terminal station with an estimated 71,000 passengers per day embarking, disembarking or changing there, but compared to other stations in the area this crime figure still seems … Read More »



Are the women of Croydon equal to men?

Posted on October 22nd, by Gillian Manly in Politics & Society. 9 comments

The local chair of the new Women’s Equality Party invites one and all to the party’s launch

We are having a party! You are cordially invited to come and celebrate the national policy launch of the new Women’s Equality Party. #WE in Croydon plans to show a video of the national policy launch and reveal the policy. We will talk about the aims and objectives … Read More »