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Croydon has a large number of schools, nurseries and colleges, you can see the latest Ofsted scores and reports HERE.
In 2011, the You.Gov census recorded Croydon’s population as 385,000.
Croydon sits where the A22 and A23 converge. The A23 continues into central London, and the M25 is just a few minutes away. The nearest airport is Gatwick, roughly 32 minutes by car. Trains to London Victoria take just 15 minutes with trains running every few minutes.
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Croydon removals are just the beginning. This modern and exciting borough of London has so much to offer. Here’s a rundown of the very best of Croydon;
As the name suggests, Smoothbean! Is all about coffee but it’s so much more, fine wines, live music, good food, it’s also a great spot to meet friends for cocktails or a healthy brunch.
If you love fine wine then head to Basil & Grape to sample fine vintages during a wine tasting evening. You don’t need to be an expert, this is a great place to build on your knowledge and discover new wines.
Living in one of the UK’s foremost tech locations doesn’t mean you can’t live a healthy life. Sutton Community Farm deliver the best organic veg boxes to your door.
A great way to shop, simply take your own containers and buy exactly what you need to help reduce waste. Fresh produce, eco-friendly home products, gifts and more.
Now that you have your new home, it might be time for a new look. Interior Kollection supply designers, mirrors, lighting, furniture and accessories to give any room that “Wow!” makeover.
Croydon is one of London’s most surprising boroughs. King Henry the VIII courted here, Elizabeth I convalesced in Croydon, stars like Charlie Chaplin landed here, Amy Johnston flew out again. Even Sir Arthur Conan Doyle rested his grey matter in Croydon.
Today it’s home to some of the UK’s leading tech and web companies, has great proximity to London’s West End and a vast array of shops, from big names like Ikea to small, independent stores and cafes.
Catering to a population of 385,000+ Croydon really does have it all. It’s considered to have the best restaurants and food scene in South London, has numerous theatres and cinemas. Go karting, golf courses, sports arenas and leisure centres, swimming pools and a vast selection of shops and shopping centres. There’s a weekly market that dates back to the 11th century and vibrant arts and music scene with everything from chamber music to dub.
As well as a historic airport, the borough has a museum and stunning parks and gardens, which contrary to Croydon’s urban image, are amongst the largest in London.
Croydon offers excellent transport links and is just a few minutes from the M25. The A/M23 runs through the borough connecting central London and Brighton on the south coast. The nearest airport is Gatwick, a 3-minute drive. Trains to London Victoria run several times each hour and take approximately 15 minutes.