HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY TALK........... CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET bottom of Haynes Lane / top of Bedwardine Road. Saturdays 10 am to 3 pm. Now on two sites - the normal Antenna car park site and also in the Haynes Lane market courtyard. "Meat, vegetables, fruit, eggs, honey, bread, cakes, salads, hot foods, the Cafe … Continue reading HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY TALK………..
KICC CONCERT IS 'RELIGIOUS EVENT' SAYS COUNCILLOR....(and cinema in West Norwood still a Blade Runner)THE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH which owns the former cinema at 25 Church Road is holding a 'Night of Joy music concert' there tomorrow (Saturday July 19th) The event is the latest to be staged by KICC (Kingsway International Christian Centre) in the building which … Continue reading KICC CONCERT IS ‘RELIGIOUS EVENT’ SAYS COUNCILLOR….(and cinema in West Norwood still a Blade Runner)
PAVEMENT CYCLISTS in the Crystal Palace Triangle area face £50 fines. Metropolitan Police notices have been put up around the area warning that cycling on the pavement is an offence under section 72 of the 1835 Highways act - as amended by section 85 (1) of the 1888 Local Government act."Do not cycle on the … Continue reading PAVEMENT CYCLISTS ‘RIDE THE RISK’ OF £50 FINES
ROTARY CLUB CELEBRATE 90 YEARS WITH JAZZ CONCERTTHE ROTARY CLUB of Crystal Palace and Norwood are celebrating 90 years with a jazz concert in Christ Church, Gipsy Hill on Saturday July 19th.Harriet Eaves will be singing jazz from the last 90 years.The concert is to raise funds for Rotary projects, including work they are starting … Continue reading ROTARY CLUB CELEBRATE 90 YEARS WITH JAZZ CONCERT
CROYDON QUITS TOBACCO HABITPension funds of council employees will no longer be invested in tobacco shares following Croydon’s decision to switch to an ethical investment fund.Announcing the move Cllr Simon Hall, cabinet member for finance and treasury, said: “The council will be getting a better investment deal as ethical funds are performing favourably against other … Continue reading CROYDON QUITS TOBACCO HABIT
COUNCIL TO PAY LONDON LIVING WAGE FOR ALL STAFF - Contractors to be asked to do the same ....AS MP BACKS COMMONS BILL TO RAISE VALUE OF MINIMUM LIVING WAGECROYDON COUNCIL are set to pay the London living wage to all employees - with firms and contractors the council employ being asked to do the … Continue reading COUNCIL TO PAY LONDON LIVING WAGE FOR ALL STAFF – Contractors to be asked to do the same
COMMISSION TO PROBE HEALTH FUNDINGOne of the first tasks of the new Fairness Commission will be to look at "the lack of adequate funding for health in Croydon from central government".The announcement comes in the latest Croydon public health report which focuses on reducing inequalities between different parts of the borough.The report takes a close … Continue reading COMMISSION TO PROBE HEALTH FUNDING
SAINSBURY'S PARKERS FACE £70 FINES / CRYSTAL PALACE BAGEL / EVENTS IN UPPER NORWOOD LIBRARY (AND WHY FIONA WILL BE A-MAZE-ING IN AUGUST!) / PLANNED CRYSTAL PALACE DEVELOPMENT / HOSPICE STAFF IN BIKE CHALLENGESAINSBURY'S PARKERS FACE £70 FINESMOTORISTS STAYING for longer than three hours at the Sainsbury's car park off Westow Street could face fines … Continue reading SAINSBURY’S PARKERS FACE £70 FINES
FINDING ALTERNATIVES TO B&Bs FOR HOMELESS FAMILIES - AND GETTING TOUGH ON EMPTY PROPERTIES FINDING ALTERNATIVES TO B&Bs FOR HOMELESS FAMILIESCroydon council are set to increase its supply of short-term housing for homeless families with the acquisition of 189 flats.Subject to cabinet approval on Monday July 14th, it will enter into separate 10 year … Continue reading FINDING ALTERNATIVES TO B&Bs FOR HOMELESS FAMILIES – AND GETTING TOUGH ON EMPTY PROPERTIES
HIGH-STRENGTH BEERS AND CIDERS GOING FROM CROYDON SHELVES - OTHER AREAS SET TO FOLLOW? / COUNCIL TO PAY LONDON LIVING WAGE FOR ALL STAFF - Contractors to be asked to do the same / ....AS MP BACKS COMMONS BILL TO RAISE VALUE OF MINIMUM LIVING WAGE / SAINSBURY'S PARKERS FACE £70 FINES HIGH-STRENGTH BEERS AND CIDERS GOING … Continue reading HIGH-STRENGTH BEERS AND CIDERS GOING FROM CROYDON SHELVES – OTHER AREAS SET TO FOLLOW?