Here’s the monthly newsletter for Croham ward.
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Tel – 020 8721 2471
Here’s the monthly newsletter for Croham ward.
Here’s the latest newsletter from the local policing team for Purley.
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Download a copy here: Purley newsletter julyaugust 2016
Here’s the monthly SNT newsletter, covering Selsdon and Ballards.
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Download a copy here: Selsdon and Ballards JULY Monthly Update 2016
This is the latest edition of the Sanderstead local policing team’s newsletter.
Croydon PrideFest – parade and festivities
Sunday 28 August
from 1pm to 8pm.
The civically inspired Pride event will mark the inauguration of Croydon’s first out & proud Mayor, Councillor Wayne Trakas-Lawlor. It will also celebrate the achievements made by the local LGBT community & their allies in developing and providing services for the LGBT community. In addition, it will commemorate the many hard fought campaigns & their determination to continue to fight for equality, justice and freedom worldwide for LGBT people who continue to be harmed and persecuted.
Croydon Pride Parade
The Parade will assemble at 12.30pm near Marks & Spencer and will depart at 1.30pm, parading through the Whitgift Shopping Centre, turning right at the tramway junction, down to Surrey Street & Matthews Yard, to be greeted by the Mayor and his husband.
Come enjoy and celebrate Croydon Pride with music, dance, song, food, drink and fun for everyone.
Croydon Pride festivities in Surrey Street
Crafty Group, the team behind the successful Crafty Purley and Croydon Craft Beer Festivals, will be there providing beers.
There will be a family area with lots of fun things provided to keep the youngsters happy.
On Stage will be the legendary cabaret act Topping and Butch, known for their Edinburgh Festival and Radio 4 appearances as the event’s headline performers, with local performers also ‘strutting their stuff’ and telling their stories on stage.
There will be stalls, exhibits and information about local LGBT groups & their allies, including Croydon Area Gay Society ( CAGS), Aurora – Croydon’s LGBT Police Consultation Group, Rainbows Across Borders – a voluntary self-help group for LGBT asylum seekers who are fleeing persecution of oppressive homophobic/transphobic regimes, Transpals, and the Croydon LGBT+ Network Group.
Croydon Pride Festival is an event for anyone from Croydon’s wonderfully diverse & friendly community to enjoy.
Make sure to watch the official Croydon PrideFest website for further details and updates.
Keep up to date on Facebook: CroydonPrideFest
Follow on Twitter: @CroydonPride
Here’s the latest newsletter from the local policing team for Broad Green.
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Julie Muir is hosting a family football tournament this Saturday, 13 August 2016, at Greenacres, Limpsfield Rd, Warlingham CR6 9RD from 10am to 4pm.
Come along for a great day. There will be football, face painting, a BBQ, games, a bouncy castle and a tombola. There will also be a raffle and a celebrity auction with amazing prizes. There is a bar and it’s a great family day.
This will be the fifth event in memory of her son Craig who passed away in 2012, aged 22.
Craig’s family have committed to raising funds for St Christopher’s hospice who cared for Craig, and hope to reach £40,000 this year.
Why fundraise for St Christopher’s Hospice?
Craig Muir was diagnosed with a melanoma in his eye in 2010 when he was 20 years old. It was during his final year at the University of Kent, Canterbury.
Craig had to have his eye removed. He finished his degree in maths and statistics and began teacher training.
Craig became ill again early 2012. He spent 4 weeks in hospital and was told on the 5th March the melanoma had returned in his liver. He was told he only had a few days to live.
Craig moved to St Christopher’s on March 9th and passed away on March 15th.
Craig’s family are committed to raising funds for St Christopher’s Hospice because they made Craig’s final days as peaceful and pain-free as possible.
Pop along to support on Saturday
Greenacres, Limpsfield Road, Warlingham, CR6 9RD
10am til 4pm on Saturday 13 August 2016.
Donate to the cause