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The London Borough of Croydon is a highly populated area which has a great and long historical background that stretches back to the days of the Norman Conquest and is famous for many reasons.
With its great transport links in to central London and only being 9.5 miles south of Charing Cross it is an ideal location for commuting to London for work although Croydon is a thriving business centre all of its own with large office buildings dominating the skylines and many industrial areas across the Borough. The Tramlink is the newest addition to Croydons transport and has greatly ehanced the travel around the town and has created links to and from Beckenham, Elmers End, New Addington, Croydon, Mitcham and Wimbledon.
Croydon is also well known for it night life with many bars, clubs and music venues including the well known Fairfield Halls which open in 1962 with many famous faces appearing at the venue including the Beatles, The Monkees and Johnny Cash with the concert hall being used for the conference scene in the Tom Hanks film The Da Vinci Code.
Famous authors and novelists have made Croydon their home such as D.H Lawrence and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with Croydon mentioned in some Sherlock Holmes mysteries.
Croydon is also famous for its airport which has now closed with its last scheduled flight on the 30th September 1959, however Croydon airport was the first main international airport for London until it was supereded by London Heathrow and London Gatwick Airports. Starting out during World War 1 as an airfield for protection against Zeppelins and developing in to one of the great airports of the world during the 1920’s and 30’s and welcomed the worlds pioneer aviators in it’s heyday.
DID YOU KNOW THIS ABOUT CROYDON?
The Whitgift Hospital almshouses that can be seen at the corner of North End and George Street were erected by Archbishop John Whitgift with permission from Queen Elizabeth the I for use as a hospital and school for the poor and needy. The foundation stone to these buildings was laid in 1596 with the completed building standing complete since 1599!
The name Croydon most likely originates from the Anglo-Saxon croh meaning crocus and denu meaning valley, indicating that it was a centre for the collection of Saffron.