SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR HARRIET!

HAYNES LANE MARKET'S Harriet Press will have her head in the clouds in August - when she takes part in a sponsored parachute jump for the Demelza children's hospice. Harriet, who sells crystals at the market off Westow Street, Crystal Palace, said: "I know someone who works as a volunteer at the Little Ones charity … Continue reading SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR HARRIET!

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DIARY DATES

SATURDAY MAY 25th CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET bottom of Haynes Lane / top of Bedwardine Road. 10 am to 3pm. "MEAT • VEGETABLES • FRUIT • EGGS • HONEY • BREAD • CAKES • SALADS • HOT FOODS • THE CAFE THING • COFFEE • TEA • PASTRIES • CHEESE • DAIRY and munch munch … Continue reading DIARY DATES

…AND WOULD YOU LIKE TO CONDUCT YOUR OWN GUIDED TOUR OF CRYSTAL PALACE PARK?

SATURDAY MAY 18th CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET 10 am to 3pm. MEAT • VEGETABLES • FRUIT • EGGS • HONEY • BREAD • CAKES • SALADS • HOT FOODS • THE CAFE THING • COFFEE • TEA • PASTRIES • CHEESE • DAIRY and munch munch more. Don’t miss Rachel de Thample’s recipe suggestions using … Continue reading …AND WOULD YOU LIKE TO CONDUCT YOUR OWN GUIDED TOUR OF CRYSTAL PALACE PARK?

FOOD MARKET IS A HUGE SUCCESS Cakes sell like….hot cakes!

HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE turned out for the first Crystal Palace food market yesterday (Saturday). By 1.15pm - just over three hours after the market opened - local bakers Brett and Bailey only had crumbs left on their stall. "Absolutely overwhelmed" was Joe Brett's reaction. "I had absolutely no idea it would be this busy, that … Continue reading FOOD MARKET IS A HUGE SUCCESS Cakes sell like….hot cakes!

PALACE POWER! Renewable energy scheme planned

A NEW SCHEME aimed at bringing renewable energy to the Crystal Palace area could be coming to a roof near you. Crystal Palace Transition Town are looking to establish a co-operative and inviting local people and others to invest money which will be used to buy a solar panel as part of a community energy … Continue reading PALACE POWER! Renewable energy scheme planned

TRADING STANDARDS WARN OF PARKING FINE PHONE SCAM

MOTORISTS ARE warned to be on their guard for a phone text scam that threatens a visit from bailiffs and then fleeces them for a non-existent parking fine. Consumers across the country have received text messages from a company calling itself UK Bailiff Services, say Croydon council. The text messages, usually sent on a Sunday, … Continue reading TRADING STANDARDS WARN OF PARKING FINE PHONE SCAM

300 JOBS AT MORRISONS CROYDON

JOBS: Nearly 300 jobs are coming to Croydon this summer when a new supermarket opens following a fortnight of interviews being held at a venue provided free of charge by the council. Candidates are being shortlisted for the 270 posts at what will be Morrisons’ Purley Way store. The interviews are taking place until 17 … Continue reading 300 JOBS AT MORRISONS CROYDON

TRADING STANDARDS WARN OF PARKING FINE PHONE SCAM

MOTORISTS ARE warned to be on their guard for a phone text scam that threatens a visit from bailiffs and then fleeces them for a non-existent parking fine. Consumers across the country have received text messages from a company calling itself UK Bailiff Services, say Croydon council. The text messages, usually sent on a Sunday, … Continue reading TRADING STANDARDS WARN OF PARKING FINE PHONE SCAM

FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD!!!! – and it’s artists open house

SATURDAY MAY 11th CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET MEAT • VEGETABLES • FRUIT • EGGS • HONEY • BREAD • CAKES • SALADS • HOT FOODS • THE CAFE THING • COFFEE • TEA • PASTRIES • CHEESE • DAIRY "and munch munch more." INFO: Crystal Palace Transition Town are very proud to announce that the … Continue reading FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD!!!! – and it’s artists open house

A LIBRARY CAMPAIGNER’S LAMENT

LIBRARY CAMPAIGNER Robert Gibson has expressed his sadness at the introduction of the new - and reduced - opening hours at Upper Norwood joint library on Westow Hill. "This week I have been feeling very low. "The result of Croydon council's savage cut to our local Upper Norwood joint library's budget really hit home on … Continue reading A LIBRARY CAMPAIGNER’S LAMENT