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What does it mean to be a Crystal Palace fan in 2017?
There seems to be little need to pick apart Palace’s 0-1 defeat away at Stoke City last Saturday, rock-bottom confidence and an organised and effective home side the dominant ... Read more
Let’s invest in Croydon’s real infrastructure – its people
As each news cycle tells us, we’re living in uncertain and insecure times. It’s easy to feel disempowered and disengaged when the world is changing so rapidly around ... Read more
Musical notes from Croydon Minster
A visitor to Croydon Minster once said to me that she liked to attend a morning service there every so often, because when the organist plays at the close of ... Read more
Interview with Roger Wade, founder and CEO of Boxpark
Criticism of Boxpark has startled its crew. When I visit the crates on Tuesday 7th February to meet Roger Wade, its founder and director, development director Matthew MacMillan, events manager ... Read more
Why we’re launching the Croydon Citizen Supporters Programme
The Citizen will turn five years old in November. It certainly doesn’t feel that way, though, to those of us who got it up and running back in 2012. After ... Read more
Croydon and the referendum: how we voted
More has emerged on how people voted in the EU referendum through an investigation by the BBC. Reporter Martin Rosenbaum used freedom of information requests to access more detail of ... Read more
Launching ‘I would make Croydon better by: The Collected Ideas’
The next stage of ‘I would make Croydon better by’ was unveiled in December last year. The submitted ideas were to be collated, published in book form, and then presented ... Read more
EVENT: #Croydon #TechCity – Thursday 16th February 7pm @ProjectBCroydon
It’s that time of the month again when Croydon’s tech scene comes out to play at and learns from local tech entrepreneurs!
To attend this month’s Croydon ... Read more
Crystal Palace’s burning problem
0-4 better than 0-1
Yes, you read correctly. Few would have appreciated the sentiment as Jermain Defoe slotted easily for his second and Sunderland’s fourth just before half time ... Read more
Exhibition review: Silence Is So Accurate at Turf Gallery
There’s a man who works in the Sistine Chapel whose job is to say “shhhhh”. That’s it: it’s all he does. When the tourist chatter gets above ... Read more
Source: The Croydon Citizen.