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CORONER’S OFFICE
ST BLAISE BUILDING, BROMLEY CIVIC CENTRE STOCKWELL CLOSE, BROMLEY BR1 3UH

All correspondence for the South London Coroners Court should be addressed to the above address.
Main switchboard: 020 8313 1883
e-mail us on: info@southlondoncoroner.org
 

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The Coroner's Court is located at 

MAGISTRATES' COURT
BARCLAY ROAD, CROYDON CR9 3NG

The location of the coroner's court is signposted and easily accessible in central Croydon, near the Fairfield Halls and close to East Croydon Rail and Tramlink Stations and to a bus station. Detailed further directions and a map, if required, are available on application to any of the South London Coroner’s Offices. Public car parking is available in Central Croydon car parks but not in the court complex itself..

FORTHCOMING INQUESTS

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SR No. Forename Surname Gender Date of Inquest
Pre Inquest Review Hearing 1563-2010 Rosida Etwaree Female 27-09-2016 10:00
1087-2016 Alan McGowan Male 27-09-2016 11:00
0745-2016 Joyce Bower Female 04-10-2016 10:00
0762-2016 Anthony Pearce Male 04-10-2016 11:30
2161-2015 Kenneth James Male 04-10-2016 12:30
0996-2016 Julia MacPherson Female 04-10-2016 13:00
1248-2016 Jeremiah Obaka Male 04-10-2016 14:00
0527-2016 Sandra Gingell Female 05-10-2016 10:00
980-2016 Terrence Wallace Male 05-10-2016 12:30
0642-2016 Simeon Graham Male 05-10-2016 13:30
Pre Inquest Review Hearing 2128-2010 Olaseni Lewis Male 05-10-2016 14:30

Information on attending an inquest »

DISABILITY, TRANSLATION, INTERPRETATION AND OTHER SPECIAL NEEDS

Those who wish to attend court and who have any special requirements (including, for example, a need for translation or interpretation services or help with reading) are requested to contact the office dealing with the inquest well in advance. Wheelchair access is available, but please advise us in advance if possible so that all necessary arrangements can be made. The courts have toilets, refreshments, waiting rooms, telephones, and facilities for people with disabilities. It is appreciated if prior warning can be given by those requiring facilities for disabled persons or if any help is needed with translations.