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Here’s the way it is in Croydon town....
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Croydon celebrates...
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Croydon has been riding ‘on the crest of a wave’ this September, with many events, inspired by Andy Warhol, put into reality by The Rise Gallery in St George’s Walk (ran by the amicable Kevin Zuchowski-Morrison). There are original pieces...
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In a quiet but feisty village in Limousin, France, is one of the liveliest, ‘jumpin’ venues ……..Le Madison in Coussac Bonneval. Herve, the proprietor (and entertainer!), makes sure the place leaps into action on Friday evenings during July and August,...
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Well not exactly, it’s NOT really goodbye I’m afraid, even though I am sure that there are some  who might be glad to see the back of moi! I am actually only off for a six week adventure to the...
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A new charity shop opened today on the site in Croydon High Street which was formerly occupied for more than fifty years by Millets,  which was originally an Army surplus store. It is highly appropriate therefore that the new occupants...
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Well, this is the first edition of what I anticipate will be an “irregular” series of blogs highlighting the many talented and noteworthy individuals who either live in, were born/brought up in/or adopted our amazing (and constantly evolving) town CROYDON....
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Did you know that here are approximately 38,000 known species of spiders and that Scientists believe there are an equal number to this yet to be discovered? That spiders are found on every continent with the exception Antarctica? An estimated...
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I recently (and most respectfully) suggested that Dame Judi Dench refer/defer!!! to her “Chap” as her “Hero”, since she really does not feel that she relates to terms such as “My partner” or “My better half” – and I can...
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I do like to see movies that are related to music, songs and popular culture, even if it is a something which takes me out of my “comfort zone” – and Rap has largely been one of those genres. Although...
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