The Manor of Coulsdon, originally known as Curedesdone (c. 675) was bought in 1782 by Thomas Byron, a wealthy businessman, from the Earl of Radnor. The tithe map of Old […]
Dedication Service for the 16 Missing Names added to the WWI Memorial at Marlpit Lane Memorial Park
Friday 11th November 2022
Order of Service
10.45 Introduction Charles King MBE Chair: East Coulsdon RA
The School at the End of the Lane was a hardback book published by the Reedham Park School Parents Association in 1992 to honour the Diamond Jubilee of the school […]
Nearby Surrey Hills is a nationally important landscape that has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
There have been calls over many years for a review to decide […]
Over the last few years, a number of attempts have been made by various residents and traders’ groups to put some local street art in Coulsdon town centre to make […]
Land and Building ownership
The land was purchased in 1783, which included Hartley Farm which was later demolished, and Hartley Old Road was closed, so that it would not go to […]
Want to know how your street used to look? You can compare old and new maps of the HADRA area HERE.
Current status – An area proposed for Local Heritage Area designation during the consultation of the Croydon Local Plan: Detailed Policies and Proposals, based on its heritage value.
The character […]
“The Asylum for Fatherless Children” was founded in 1844 by Rev. Andrew Reed, an English Congregational minister and hymn writer, who became a prominent philanthropist and social reformer.
The farms of the area, now no more, were situated either on the slopes of the dissecting valleys, or in the bottom of the valleys themselves avoiding the plateau. As […]