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Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

History

Before the Norman Conquest, the name changed. Originally it seems to have derived from ''Cuðrædsdun'' (Cuthred's wikt:down - down in topography means hill), via Curedesdone (675), subsequently elided to Curresdone and Cullesdune.[http://www.croydon.gov.uk/contents/departments/planningandregeneration/pdf/spg20apps.pdf Appendix 4 to L B Croydon's ''Improving Coulsdon Centre'']

Coulsdon has Saxon tumuli and an Iron Age field system on Farthing Downs,[http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/server/show/ConWebDoc.6646 Description of tumuli with Scheduled Ancient Monument status and identified parcels of land used in Iron Age Cultivation] English Heritage Coulsdon was in the Anglo-Saxons hundred (division) of Wallington (hundred) which was where the local wealthy, wise and powerful convened for strategic purposes in the Kingdom of England.

The Domesday Book of 1086 shows ''Colesdone'' had one church (Malden's 1911 edition of the Victoria County History states this was likely a related entity to Chaldon Church[http://www.chaldonchurch.co.uk Origins with Coulsdon parish at chaldonchurch.co.uk] historically adjoining parish of the Church of England) had fourteen households and rendered pound sterling7 per year to its overlords,[http://www.gwp.enta.net/surrnames.htm Surrey Domesday Book] in this case, to Chertsey Abbey. Its assets were 3½ hide (unit), 7 ploughs, and woodland worth 3 hog (swine)s.[http://www.domesdaymap.co.uk/place/TQ2959/coulsdon/ Coulsdon] Domesdaymap.co.uk Retrieved 2013-10-20

Manors
;Whattingdon
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.

;Taunton's
At the time of the Valor Ecclesiasticus the annual rent accruing to the House Hospital of St Thomas of Acre from the manor of Tauntons was 100shilling (British coin)s and approximately of wood belonged to it valued at a yearly rent of 12penny (British pre-decimal coin). per acre.

;Coulsdon
Sir Nicholas Carew (courtier)'s son Sir Francis was lord of the main manor, Coulsdon Manor, in 1557, after his father. Successors included Jerome Weston, 2nd Earl of Portland, Sir Richard Mason, Sir Edward Bouverie (see prominent male heir and owner William Bouverie, 1st Earl of Radnor) and the Byron family (spanning from a Thomas in 1782 to magistrate Edward Byron in 1912), by which time the manor house had become ''Coulsdon Court''.

20th century
In 1912 the development of Smitham Valley or Smitham Bottom was fast apace. Malden recorded development in 1912:

From 1889 until 1965 Coulsdon was in the administrative county of Surrey — between 1915 and 1965 the residents conferring additional local powers to Coulsdon and Purley Urban District. Under the London Government Act 1963 the London Borough of Croydon was formed.

Most housing in Smitham (Bottom/Valley) and the nucleated village of Old Coulsdon, as well as the narrower valley between them, was built in the 80 years from 1890 to 1970.

Coulsdon segregated its long-haul from its short-haul traffic by gaining the Farthing Way A23 bypass, which opened in December 2006 as part of the Coulsdon Town Centre Improvement Scheme. Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

Economy

In the first two decades of the second millennium, Coulsdon's retail area lost Woolworths Group and the bookstore on Brighton Road and opened ''The Pembroke''[http://www.partyatthepub.co.uk/bars/the-pembroke-coulsdon/ The Pembroke - website] and Caffé Nero. Waitrose has a longstanding branch in the centre, and Tesco opened in the period mentioned. A planned Sainsbury's with apartments above has been singled out for note by periodical ''New London Architecture''.http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/project.php?id=486&name=sainsburyscoulsdon

Coulsdon has few large company head offices but substantial storage and technology premises. One notable head office is that of Jane's Information Group. Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

Localities

Coulsdon is a largely suburban district of London. The central area has substantial industrial, automotive and distribution services, convenience, standard socialising and niche retail as well as local professions of a typical town in the country, by its main road and main railway stations: Coulsdon South and Smitham (now named Coulsdon Town Station). The alternate centre, Old Coulsdon, has a recreation ground/cricket pitch-focussed village green, a much smaller parade of shops than Coulsdon's high street between Coulsdon and Smitham stations and a medieval church. London's 'A23 road (Great Britain)', locally the official name, and the railway, served by semi-fast services rather than stopping services, give Smitham Bottom/Valley a bustling, busier setting for economic life.

Old Coulsdon

Old Coulsdon occupies the south-east of the district.[http://getamap.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/getamap/frames.htm?mapAction=gaz&gazName=g&gazString=TQ3159 Grid square map] Ordnance survey website Scattered, rather than clustered are six listed buildings, for their national heritage and architectural value, at Grade II. Two categories above this, in the highest class, Grade I is the Church of St John the Evangelist here. This is by the recreation ground, shortly after Marlpit Lane has been joined by Coulsdon Road, from the north. St John's is late thirteen century with extensive later additions, made of flint and rubble with much brick patching. Its nave spans two (window) bays. Older still is its "good" chancel of 1250 with stepped sedilia and piscina. The west tower above the entrance is of circa 1400 with corner buttresses and a tapering broach spire. A nave at right angles, replacing the south aisle; in decorated style was designed for its 1958 construction by J B S Comper. St John the Evangelist - Grade I listing

Smitham Bottom or Valley
At the heart of the geographical feature '''Smitham Bottom''' (where three dry valleys merge into one) is this downtown part of the district. Most commerce and industry is here, set beside the Brighton Road, which is since 2006 a town centre arc of the A23 road and on Chipstead Valley Road which terminates half way along the arc, leading directly to Woodmansterne. The various local feeder roads reach this street, including the combined one from the south-east, Marlpit Lane, under the A23 without needing a junction with that trunk (long-distance) route (which later becomes the M23 motorway).

The soil is dry, and water was obtained even in 1912 by deep wells here in the chalk. This dry valley in the chalk, Smitham Bottom, has a watercourse below, the water of which in until the 16th century occasionally in times of flood ran here but after this, inexplicably, waits to break out as far as at the foot of the chalk in Croydon and Beddington, running through it.

The Marlpit and Cane Hill
These respectively are the east and west of centre estates (contiguous) to Coulsdon's downtown area.

;The Marlpit business and industrial estate
Marlpit (a former chalk quarry) is the town's Marlpit Industrial / Business Park estate, which is strong in storage, distribution and technology.
;Cane Hill

The former hospital buildings and grounds, on a gentle, wide rise are described in the main article above. The estate's current status and/or features are #Cane Hill.

The Mount or Clockhouse
''The Mount'' or ''Clockhouse'' is a square neighbourhood on a hill plateau with marked borders along three residential roads from Coulsdon, one of which continues from the town centre as the London Loop path, via the Banstead Downs and East Ewell to Nonsuch Palace north-west. It shares its local authority with that place as it is part of the London Borough of Sutton.[http://getamap.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/getamap/frames.htm?mapAction=gaz&gazName=g&gazString=TQ2960 Grid square map] Ordnance survey website

Coulsdon Woods
This neighbourhood is a loosely defined residential part of Coulsdon, equally on undulating ground.

Cane Hill
An approved development of the former site of Cane Hill Hospital by Barratt Developments may start in 2014, which if so, will create over six hundred new dwellings. In 2013, Barratt published a Public Consultation documenthttp://www.canehillpark.co.uk/userfiles/canehill_boards/ and report of feedback.http://www.canehillpark.co.uk/userfiles/pdf/Cane%20Hill%20Feedback%20Report%20final.pdf
Resident's protests and concerns relate to the likely affect of local infrastructure, including access routes, the proposed mix of housing, transport and the provision of educational services.http://www.thisissurreytoday.co.uk/Fears-Chipstead-garrotted-traffic-650-home-Cane/story-18674878-detail/story.html#axzz2iBrY6c1Khttp://www.thisiscroydontoday.co.uk/Protestors-warn-Cane-Hill-development-cause/story-19541999-detail/story.html#axzz2iBrP3UPhhttp://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/politics/10542007.Coulsdon_mini_town__could_leave_kids_without_a_local_school_/ Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

Open spaces

Scattered about Coulsdon are typical suburban football pitches and parks, dwarfed in size by Coulsdon's buffer zone that are protected from development, largely chalk downland on the northern edge of the North Downs. Farthing Downs and New Hill are owned by the City of London Corporation, and Happy Valley Park by Croydon Council. Farthing Downs and Happy Valley are a Site of Special Scientific Interest.[http://www.sssi.naturalengland.org.uk/citation/citation_photo/1003445.pdf Natural England, Farthing Downs and Happy Valley citation] Farthing Downs is also a scheduled ancient monument, showing evidence of human occupation back to the Neolithic period, including Iron Age fields and Anglo-Saxon barrows.[http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=14920 The Megalithic Portal, Farthing Downs - Barrow Cemetery in England in Surrey] The London Outer Orbital Path footpath passes through Farthing Downs between Hamsey Green and Banstead. The Coulsdon section was the first of the 24 to be opened.

Rickman Hill Park is the highest public large park in London, at 155 metres Above Ordnance Datum - it cannot claim to be the largest small park due to the micro-park which has been opened on top of 20 Fenchurch Street nicknamed ''The Walkie-Talkie'' spanning the top three storeys of the 160-metre high block in the City of London. Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

Places of religious interest

Places of worship include:

* , a Coptic Christian
* St Andrew's Anglican Church[http://www.standrews.coulsdon.net/]
* St Aidan's Roman Catholic church [http://www.st-aidans-parish.org.uk/]
* The Brighton Road Methodist church
* CCF, Coulsdon Christian Fellowship [http://www.ccfworld.com]
* a Jewish Messiah
* St John's Anglican Church (Old Coulsdon)http://www.oldcoulsdon.co.uk/st_john_s_church.htm
* St Mary's Roman Catholic church (Old Coulsdon)http://directory.rcsouthwark.co.uk/old_coulsdon_stmaryhoc.html
* Old Coulsdon Congregational Churchhttp://www.congregational.org.uk/content.aspx?id=3022
* Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

Sports

;Football
Coulsdon United F.C. Football Club participate in the Combined Counties Football League Division One.
;Rugby Union
Purley John Fisher Rugby Football Club[http://www.pjfrfc.co.uk/ Purley John Fisher Rugby Football Club website] at Parsons Pightle, Old Coulsdon. Chipstead Rugby CLub [http://www.chipstead.co.uk/ Chipstead Rugby Club] play locally at The Meads, Chipstead, offering mini, youth, adult social and adult league rugby.
;Cricket
Old Coulsdon had one of the first cricket clubs in the world, founded in 1762. It was one of the strongest teams in the country in the late 18th and early 19th century and once boasted eight England internationals, as well as a young Stuart Surridge. The club was possibly the first to use three stumps and two bails and frequently played matches on the most famous early cricket grounds such as Mitcham, and later in Grange Park in the village. In 1995 falling player numbers forced the club to merge with the nearby Redhill Cricket Club, playing at the Ring on Earlswood Common in the Earlswood, Surrey neighbourhood of Redhill as ''Redhill & Old Coulsdon Cricket Club''.
;Other sports
The [http://www.yoshinryu.co.uk Coulsdon Martial Arts Club] (also known as Yoshin Ryu) is long established and very popular with children and adults, founded and led by Errol Field, 6th Dan (rank) Judo, 4th dan Karate, 6th dan Ju Jitsu.

Old Coulsdon Hash House Harriers (or "OCH3") provide a wide range of running groups and assist competitors entering triathlons and broadly athletics.[http://www.och3.org.uk Hash House Harriers]

Woodcote Park Golf Club is just to the north-west of the centre of Coulsdon, off Meadow Hill. Another 18-hole golf course is in the grounds of Coulsdon Manor Hotel [http://www.coulsdoncourt.co.uk]. Green bowls is available next door.http://www.croydononline.org/community_information/list-fse.asp?wtT=723

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

Grange Park, Old Coulsdon has a playground, football pitches and is widely used for picnics. Rickman Hill Park hosts football, and has a children's playground, a zip wire, and tennis courts that were refurbished in 2009.

Coulsdon Chess Federation has attracted sufficient local players to have formed.

Fitness First http://www.fitnessfirst.co.uk/UK-Gym-Health/Fitness-First-London---Purley.aspx and Fight Factory [http://www.fightfactory.co.uk] are in the northern '''Reedham''' neighbourhood of Purley, very close to the railway station of the same name.

Horse riding is available on the downs. Coulsdon has wide and long pavements and indoor cafés from which to watch any of the London-Brighton rallies (vintage cars, minis, Land Rovers, vintage commercial vehicles, motorbikes, cycling etc.).http://www.london-to-brighton.co.uk/ Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

Demography

The United Kingdom Census 2011 recorded that the two wards of the United Kingdom: Coulsdon East and Coulsdon West, divided by the A23 road contained respectively: 12,244 people living in 4,912 homes and 13,449 living in 4,793 homes. The percentage of the population who declared their health as very good was 47% and 51% respectively. Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

Education

*[http://www.byron.croydon.sch.uk/page.cfm/ID=1 Byron Primary School]
*[http://www.chipstead.croydon.sch.uk/ Chipstead Valley Primary School]
*Coulsdon Church of England Primary School
*Coulsdon Sixth Form College (Formerly Purley High School for Boys)http://schoolsfinder.direct.gov.uk/search-results/?searchstring=cr5&type=Primary%2CSecondary&Specialism=0
*[http://kestonprimary.org.uk/ Keston Primary School]
*The Lodge
*[http://www.oasisacademycoulsdon.org/ Oasis Academy Coulsdon] (Formerly Coulsdon High School) (Formerly Taunton Manor High School)
*Smitham Primary School
*St. Aidan's R.C. Primary School
*Wattenden Primary School
*Woodcote High School
*[http://www.woodcoteprimary.croydon.sch.uk Woodcote Primary School] Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

Nearest places

*Banstead
*Carshalton
*Caterham
*Croydon
*Kenley
*Old Coulsdon
*Purley, London
* Reedham
*South Croydon
*Wallington, London Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

Nearby stations

Railway stations are:
* (from 1841)
* (formerly Smitham) (1904-2011)
*
*
*Coulsdon North railway station, adjacent to Smitham.(1899-1983)
* Stoats Nest (1841-1856) Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

See also

*Coulsdon East (ward)
*Coulsdon West (ward) Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

References

Coulsdon (, traditionally pronounced ) is a settlement at the south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt of Farthing Downs, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common and two smaller settlements contiguous to it, Woodmansterne and Purley, London. Modern Coulsdon comprises Old Coulsdon and Smitham Bottom, which grew substantially with the early arrival of the Brighton Main Line — this has Tattenham Corner Line diverging here and so Coulsdon has three stations serving its communities. Coulsdon encompasses several dry valleys (with natural underground drainage) due to its highly permeable soil — these underground headwater streams converge and spring (hydrosphere) at a surface, north in Croydon as the River Wandle. The London Loop path passes directly through the centre of the district.

External links

*[http://www.coulsdonwest.co.uk Coulsdon West Residents' Association]
*[http://www.cr5.co.uk Coulsdon Community website]
*[http://www.bournesociety.org.uk/bournesoc/5-coulsdon.html History of the village of Coulsdon]
*[http://www.coulsdontcis.co.uk/content/project/project.htm Coulsdon relief road scheme].
*[http://www.oldcoulsdon.co.uk/index.htm The village of Old Coulsdon] - well illustrated site.
*[http://units.ms-sc.org/caterham Caterham Sea Cadets] on Coulsdon Road beside the Common
* [http://www.ubmjc.org/beit_hallel/ Beit Hallel Messianic Synagogue]
* [http://www.stmaryandstshenoudacoc.co.uk/ St Mary and St. Shenouda Coptic Orthodox Church] - see also Saint Shenouda the Archimandrite
* [http://www.standrews.coulsdon.net/ St Andrew's Church] - the local Parish Church
* [http://www.clubwebsite.co.uk/coulsdonunited/ Coulsdon United Football Club]
* [http://www.yoshinryu.co.uk Coulsdon Martial Arts]





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