Coulsdon and Old Coulsdon Community Website

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BBC News: Ferguson protests spread across US
Wednesday 26th November 2014
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Welcome to your Coulsdon and Old Coulsdon Community Website for the Croydon area

This portal gives you super quick access to local news and information around Coulsdon and Old Coulsdon and the Croydon area - plus the very best of the internet! Enter any UK postcode in the Your Location tab (top right) and all the local news, events and links currently set for Coulsdon and Old Coulsdon will relocate for you! This will allow you to use this same site while you are travelling on business or on holiday - so you don't have to learn lots of different websites to have an in depth view of another area. So to save time and money make this 2day portal your homepage (Click the 'Make Homepage' button in Tools.)

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Historic Photos, Maps & Jigsaws of Coulsdon and Old Coulsdon
Why not click below for some amazing old photos or maps of Coulsdon and Old Coulsdon or the Croydon area in days gone by!


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Live BBC News for Surrey

Doctor jailed for secret filming

A doctor who secretly filmed hundreds of patients, colleagues and hospital visitors, is jailed for five years.

Web 'predator' murdered schoolboy

An "internet predator" admits stabbing to death a 14-year-old boy after meeting him online.

Girl died after stem cell transplant

A problem with the freezing of stem cells may have contributed to the death of a 12-year-old girl with cancer, a coroner rules.

Works to affect festive rail services

Twelve million journeys could be affected when London Bridge station partly-closes for work which has cleared Victorian arches, rail authorities have warned.

Housing in green belt ruled out

Two Surrey councils rule out building homes on green belt land after the government said priority must be given to brownfield sites.

PC 'baffled' by Terry case decision

A Surrey police officer contacted The Sun about relatives of footballer John Terry being arrested as he could not understand why they were not charged, a court hears.

Banker fit for Hong Kong murder trial

A banker originally from Surrey is fit to stand trial on charges of murdering two women in Hong Kong, a judge has ruled.

Fraud 'lord' must pay back £1m

A self-appointed lord in jail for two multimillion-pound frauds is given six months to pay back more than £1m - or face seven more years.