Monthly Archives: January 2012

New Cafe : new opportunities on Penge High Street

The new café in the High Street, more or less opposite the end of Oakfield Road, opens at 8 am on Wednesday February 1st.  I popped in this morning.   It’s cupcakes and tea/coffee, mainly for take away but also with … Continue reading

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Action over cars ignoring the Royston one-way system

People living in Clevedon Road have approached us with their concerns over the number of cars that are ignoring the one-way system set up on the Royston Estate.   A number of people have reported near misses.   Vehicles should not be … Continue reading

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Penge and Cator Councillors now linked to twitter

If we have got the technology right, you can now get twitter updates when we make a new posting here.  Take a look to see our most recent news roundup

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Does Penge West Station need a second entrance?

At the request of some local residents, we have been asking Transport for London to re-open an entrance to Penge West Station on the Penge side.   This would make access to and from the station much easier and quicker for most … Continue reading

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Olympic Pin Badge sales

Bromley’s “Crystal Palace tower” Olympic pin badges have been selling steadily through Bromley Libraries.  Although most of the sales have been in Penge & Anerley, there has been substantial interest across the borough. There are still plenty of badges left, … Continue reading

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Girls’ Empowerment course in Anerley

Crystal Palace FC Foundation’s Breaking Barriers project is running a Girls’ Empowerment Programme, which is funded by Affinity Sutton. The programme is aimed at girls age 16+ who would like to take part in sports and leisure activities supported by … Continue reading

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School Crossing Patrols update

School Crossing Patrols were on the agenda for the recent Environment scrutiny committee.   You may recall that Cllr Colin Smith had previously announced that all council funding, £233,000 in all, for school crossing patrols would be cut. A strong campaign … Continue reading

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