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Events Diary For City of London Commons
Coulsdon, Kenley, Farthing Downs, Riddlesdown, Spring Park, West Wickham. City of London Commons website Link
Note: It is suggested that a check is made first that an event is definitely taking place by contacting the details of relevant websites and / or phone numbers etc, first, before travelling. Please ring or email for more details. Telephone:01372 279083.
Riddlesdown & Coulsdon Commons
West Wickham Commons
Estate Team Volunteers
Mondays, 10am, Estate Office
Would you like to help look after gates, signs, noticeboards and other infrastructure of the Common? Then our estate team is the volunteer group for you. Tel 01372 279083.
Riddlesdown Common -
Purley Literary Society
Meetings run from October to March. Talks are in the hall of the Purley URC Church, 906 Brighton Road – next to Purley Hospital, at 8pm. The web site gives more information: www.purley-
Reedham Children’s Trust
175th Anniversary on 21 May 2019
To register your interest e-
This year is 100 years since the end of the First World War (The Great War) and the Royal British Legion are launching a ‘Thank You Movement' from 8 August to run through 100 days until Armistice Day on Sunday 11 November. They have invited members of the public to say ‘Thank You’ to all those who served, sacrificed and changed our world.
The Riddlesdown Residents' Association along with a number of other Residents' Associations of Sanderstead, Selsdon, Coulsdon West, East Coulsdon, Old Coulsdon, Hartley & District, Kenley, Spring Park and the People of Portland (South Norwood), have fixed poppies on lampposts to some streets in these areas, from 8 August until 11 November 2018. In the Riddlesdown area, these poppies are now on lampposts in Rectory Park, Mitchley Ave, Lower Barn Rd and Coombe Wood Hill. Croydon Council and Skanska (who maintain the street lighting) have been very supportive in allowing the Residents' Associations to do this.
Riddlesdown RA and all the local Residents' Associations have made a donation to the Royal British Legion for these poppies on the lampposts. All Croydon residents are also invited to join the Residents' Associations by making a donation if they wish, to support this cause, maybe in memory of a relative, or friend. The Riddlesdown Residents’ Association have set up a ‘JustGiving’ page where Croydon residents can give a donation. Thank you to all who made a donation.
A report about this is in the Croydon Advertiser