Sutton and Cheam election hustings, Cheam Road, June 29

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Sutton and Cheam election hustings, Cheam Road, June 29 - Inside Croydon

HUSTINGS UPDATE: One of the election hustings organised for later this week, the Croydon TUC event in Ruskin House on June 20, has been postponed (in part, at least, to allow Croydon East candidates to attend the event in their constituency on the same evening)

Croydon hustings:

June 20: Citizens UK: Croydon East hustings Woodside Baptist Church, SE25 4SP 7.30pm

June 20: East Coulsdon Residents’ Association: Croydon South hustings at Coulsdon Community Centre, Barrie Close CR5 3BX 7.30pm

June 20: Croydon BME Forum: Croydon West hustings at Stanley Halls, South Norwood 6pm

June 26: Streatham Action: Streatham and Croydon North hustings, Streatham Baptist Church, Lewin Road, SW16 7.30pm

June 28: Streatham Seniors Connections: Streatham and Croydon North hustings, Lewin Road Baptist Church 3pm

If you are organising, or know of, another hustings event, then drop us a line, or better, an event poster (jpg) to, and we’ll add it to the list.

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