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What is it like in Coulsdon?

The rates charged for the district were one of the lowest in Outer London and below the average for the part of Surrey within the Metropolitan Police District.[6]

1841. The London & Brighton Railway line opened.[110]

In 1545 Henry VIII granted two homes with land in Whattingdon manor, Coulsdon: Welcombes and Lawrences to Sir John Gresham, the manor having been owned by Chertsey Abbey in the 8th century when it was recorded as Whatindone until the English Reformation in the 16th century.[20] The Whattingdon Manor was granted to Sir John Gresham, the manor having been owned by Chertsey Abbey in the 8th century when it was recorded as Whatindone until the English Reformation in the 16th century.[20]

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Since March 2013, Reigate Sixth Form College (a Beacon College graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted) has provided strategic leadership and management to Coulsdon College and is assisting Coulsdon, on its journey to becoming 'Outstanding.'

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Coulsdon College is celebrating its third year with a 99% pass mark at A Level.

Take a look at what some students have been getting up to - on the stage, in Visual Arts and on trips and visits.

Bowls. Played at the Marlpit Lane Recreation Ground since the 1920s. A separate team played at the Ashdown Park Hotel.[85]

This parish, which is situated on the road from London to Brighton, occupies an elevated position, and commands extensive and varied prospects.

In the first two decades of the second millennium, Coulsdon's retail area lost Woolworth's and the bookstore on Brighton Road and opened The Pembroke[36] and Caffé Nero. Waitrose has a longstanding branch in the centre, and Tesco Express opened in the period mentioned. A planned Sainsbury's with apartments above has been singled out for note by periodical New London Architecture.[37] Aldi opened a branch in Coulsdon in 2015.

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At Stonegate, all tips earned by our hard working team members from delivering great customer service are retained by them. As we process credit card tips through our Payroll, we are required to make statutory deductions. If a service charge is added to the bill, this is entirely discretionary and is paid to the employees providing the service.

The Memorial Gardens has an adventure park, crazy golf, basketball, tennis, cricket and, in the summer, 'beach games' and events organised by the café.

For many centuries, the lands contained several farms and manors and only on the coming of its branch railway were a few wealthy people from outside of the traditional borders attracted to build grand houses, by 19th century descriptions, such as:

1893. Authorisation was given for a new (second) line to be built between Purley and Kingwood. This was the Chipstead Valley Railway which was later extended to become the Tattenham Corner line. Constructed by the South Eastern Railway in 1896, it opened in 1897 as a single-track line.

Coulsdon Common is a 51 hectare (127 acre) public open space located in south Croydon. It forms part of a larger area of open countryside within the London green belt that links London with the wider countryside of Surrey.

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As well as offering a Football Academy through Redhill Football Club, the College is also offering students the chance to train with Fulham Football Club.  Sutdents can trial for both teams, who are both still recruiting for September 2016.

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The location forms part of the North Downs. The hills contain chalk and flint. Several dry valleys with natural underground drainage merge and connect to the relict headwater system of the River Wandle named 'River Bourne'.[2][3] Although the Bourne river floods periodically, the soil is generally dry and is the watershed which has constituted a natural route way across the Downs for early populations.

The lime principally supplied for waterworks, gas works and tanneries. Demand reduced in 1902 when the Army changed from leather to webbing equipment. And in 1905 there was no longer demand from the gasworks.

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1900. The main line between Croydon and Coulsdon was widened. A new (third) line was opened added named the Quarry Line between Coulsdon North and Earlswood (bypassing Redhill). Constructed 1898–9. The line involved engineering work including cuttings, embankments and a covered way at Cane Hill Hospital.[111]

The town's spelling, pronunciation and location have changed. Coulsdon originally referred to the area now known as Old Coulsdon.

As early as possible in the Lower Sixth, students should start thinking...

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Theatre. 'Theatre Workshop Coulsdon' branched from the Croydon Youth Theatre Organisation in 1970 and operates from the Youth & Social Centre.[99]

Friends of Grange Park, Old Coulsdon are fundraising to completely refurbish the old and run down children's play area. So far they have raised £38,000 to date and the cost of their project proposals which are now unveiled is £100,000. They must try to raise an ambitious £12,000 before December 2015, which will see them reach a milestone of 50% of their project costs and enable them to apply for the remaining project funds.

Bare-knuckle boxing fights were held at Smitham Bottom. Records exist of fights in 1788[78][79][80][81][82] and 1792.[83][84]

The Hall family had been active in the Croydon area as coal and lime merchants since the 18th. In 1853 they leased an area of land in Coulsdon. In 1864 they close their quarries at Merstham and increased their quarrying for chalk and flints and use of Lime kilns in Coulsdon . [38][39]

Athletics. The Old Coulsdon Hash House Harriers (or "OCH3") is a local hashing group.[76]

Coulsdon segregated its long-haul from its short-haul traffic by gaining the Farthing Way A23 bypass, which opened in December 2006[35] as part of the Coulsdon Town Centre Improvement Scheme.

The best way to find out more about the College is to come along to one of our Open Events.

Principal Brett Freeman is delighted and says this goes some way to explaining why Coulsdon College is the fastest-growing Sixth Form College in the UK. 

Golf. Played at Woodcote Park Golf Club(since 1920)[90] and at Coulsdon Manor.[91][92] Green bowls is available next door.[93] Ashdown Park Golf Club (now defunct) was founded in 1912. The club did not appear following WW1.[94]

Football. Coulsdon United Football Club participate in the Combined Counties League Division One.

While the Manor House Restaurant has an enviable reputation for fine food, the Terrace Bar and Orangery Restaurant provide light meals and snacks in an informal atmosphere throughout the day.

Grange Park in Old Coulsdon has a playground, football pitches.[100] Rickman Hill Park hosts football, and has a children's playground, a zip wire, and tennis courts that were refurbished in 2009.