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Keeping our mums happy


SPECIAL Mother’s Day crafts fair was held at Greenwich Market on Saturday.

Children had fun making an array of gifts for their mums, as they participated in special craft workshops.

Activities included making paper flowers, sha... read on

A COMMUNITY art show brought new visitors to a listed mansion house. read on...
PEOPLE are being urged to give their views on the future preservation of Eltham’s “Kew Gardens” which has been put up for sale by a university. read on...
CONTROVERSIAL plans have been submitted to rejuvenate a run-down 1960s shopping centre. read on...
HUNDREDS of Alexander McLeod Primary School pupils had a fun day as they donned their red noses to raise cash for Comic Relief. read on...

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CRYSTAL Palace chairman Steve Parish has spelt out that any new investors will not have control over the direction of the Premier League outfit.

And the Eagles supremo is adamant that the current board - which also includes Stephen Browett, Martin Long and Jeremy Hosking - will not risk anybody wrecking the rebuilding job that they have carried out since bringing the club out of administration in 2010.

American billionaire Joshua Harris and his business partner David Blitzer have held talks about buying into the Eagles.

But it now appears that the ownership structure could see a significant increase in those holding stakes in the SE25 club.

Parish is annoyed at the way that the talks - branded as takeover in sections of the press - have been covered so far.

He said: "It is like there is a buyout offer and we have to consider it - and it's on their terms.

"Nobody will get involved in Crystal Palace on their terms. Nobody is going to ... read on

CRYSTAL Palace chairman Steve Parish has spelt out that any new investors will not have control over the direction of the Premier League outfit.
... read on
FORMER Palace striker Leon McKenzie has targeted entering Prizefighter after winning his first professional title.

The 36-year-old went the f... read on
JOHNNY Garton is looking to land a sponsor so that he can ease the strain on balancing work and his boxing career.

The 27-year-old from Peckh... read on
THEY haven’t got a catchy nickname but Crystal Palace’s attacking trio of Glenn Murray, Wilf Zaha and Yannick Bolasie have clicked where it counts - o... read on

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