Typically the coldest night at Gatwick will fall to −8.9C (16.0F). Saturn - Metallurg Lipetsk 10/05/2021 16:00. 2. [2], In April 2020, the Centre for Cities thinktank identified Crawley as the place in Britain at the highest risk of widespread job losses due to the coronavirus' effect on the economy; classing 56% of jobs in the town as either vulnerable or very vulnerable of being furloughed or lost. 17 SPE. [198] Tilgate Park and Nature Centre has walled gardens, lakes, large areas of woodland with footpaths and bridleways, a golfing area and a collection of animals and birds. Ryan Haynes gave Newport an early lead with a curling effort after good work by Scott Twine. 50 POS. ... Metallurg Lipetsk have won all of their last 6 matches in Division 2 - Center. Season: Position Finished: Played: Won: Drawn: Lost: For: Against: Points: League & … This season in EFL League Two, Crawley Town's form is Average overall with 16 wins, 13 draws, and 17 losses. [80][113], Despite the lack of direct incentives, many firms applied to move to the Manor Royal estate: it was considered such an attractive place to relocate to that the Development Corporation was able to choose between applicants to achieve the ideal mix of firms, and little advertising or promotion had to be undertaken. EBENE MAGAZINE - GM - 14 décembre 2020. [35], A new plan was put forward by West Sussex County Council in 1961. [115], While most of the jobs created in the new town's early years were in manufacturing, the tertiary sector developed strongly from the 1960s. Built to replace a steeplechase course at Waddon near Croydon in Surrey, it was used for both steeplechase and flat racing, and held the Grand National during the years of the First World War. [38] Crawley Development Corporation's intention was for neighbourhood shops to cater only to basic needs, and for the town centre to be used for most shopping requirements. [220] Local BBC radio was provided by BBC Radio Sussex from 1983; this became part of BBC Southern Counties Radio following a merger with BBC Radio Surrey in 1994. By this time, an initial plan for the development of the area had been drawn up by Anthony Minoprio. They oversaw the opening of a fire station in 1958, the telephone exchange, police station and town centre health clinic in 1961 and an ambulance station in 1963. There are areas which are not defined as neighbourhoods but which are closely associated with Crawley: At the census in 2011 the population of Crawley was recorded as 106,597. [189] The newspaper was taken over by the Trinity Mirror group in 2015 as part of the purchase of Local World [214] but its last edition was published on 26 October 2016. In the 1960s and 1970s, large branches of Tesco, Sainsbury's and Marks & Spencer were opened (the Tesco superstore was the largest in Britain at the time). [199], Crawley Museum[200] is based in the town centre. 34 SPE. All scores of the played games, home and away stats, standings table. The two neighbourhoods were both larger than the original nine: together, their proposed population was 23,000. [100], The borough has a population density of around 22 persons per hectare[101] (9 persons per acre), making it the second most densely populated district in West Sussex, after Worthing. Crawley lies in the Weald between the North and South Downs. [33] This proposed filling in the gaps between the villages of Crawley, Ifield and Three Bridges. Crawley Town play in the Sky Bet League Two, the fourth division of mens professional football in England and the lowest football league division. League Table - Crawley Town. The overall maximum stands at 36.5C (97.7F)[67] at Charlwood, set on 10 August 2003. The corporation had built 10,254 houses, and private builders provided around 1,500 more. [128][129] Other companies formerly headquartered in Crawley include Astraeus Airlines,[130] British United Airways,[131] CityFlyer Express,[132] CP Ships,[133] First Choice Airways,[134] GB Airways,[135] Laker Airways,[136] Tradewinds Airways,[137] and Air Europe. Its location on the main road from London to Brighton brought passing trade, which encouraged the development of coaching inns. The earliest progress was in West Green, where new residents moved in during the late 1940s. Table of standings for current and past seasons. Statutory emergency fire and rescue services, the parish church of St Margaret in Ifield, "Select Committee on Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Appendices to the Minutes of Evidence. Crawley Town's home form is average with the following results : 10 wins, 6 draws, and 7 losses. [125] In addition the registered offices of TUI UK and Thomson Airways are located in Crawley. Its street name signs do not follow the standard format of the neighbourhood signs, but display only the street name. 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Having a few weeks previously covered League Two newcomers AFC Wimbledon, it made perfect sense to visit their counterparts Crawley Town. Eoin Doyle (Bradford City) left footed shot from outside the box is … In 1978 there were 105 such firms, employing nearly 20,000 people. The nearby communities of Ifield, Pound Hill and Three Bridges were absorbed into the new town at various stages in its development. Open navigationClose navigation. [4], In May 1946, the New Towns Act of 1946 identified Crawley as a suitable location for a New Town;[2] but it was not officially designated as such until 9 January 1947. Supporters, of an eagle and a winged lion, relate to the significance of the airport to the locality. Building was an important trade: 800 people were employed by building and joinery firms, and two—Longley's and Cook's—were large enough to have their own factories. Crawley Town 0 - 0 Carlisle United More info: Sat: 22/02/20: LET: Crawley Town 2 - 0 Stevenage View events: More info: Sat: 29/02/20: LET: Exeter City 1 - 1 Crawley Town [1] Tools and burial mounds from the Neolithic period, and burial mounds and a sword from the Bronze Age, have also been discovered. [104], The proportion of people in the borough with higher education qualifications is lower than the national average. Each would be built around a centre with shops, a church, a public house, a primary school and a community centre. 59 KIC. Oct 10, 2020 3pm. Opened in 1958 as Crawley Technical College,[209] it merged with other local colleges to form the new institute in August 2005. 53 MCGILL GK 56 DIV. [165], A line to Horsham, now part of the Arun Valley Line, was opened on 14 February 1848. It currently has 4 years, R, 1, 7 and 8. Crawley Town … [177] It was used during the Second World War as an RAF base, and returned to civil use in 1946. Copyright © 2009-2021 Forebet.com All rights reserved. [99] Crawley MP Henry Smith stated that Crawley "is home to perhaps the largest Chagossian population in the world". More information at, Forebet presents mathematical football predictions generated by computer algorithm on the basis of statistics. Due to the positioning of their transmitters, when broadcasting separately both stations cover Crawley stories. [174] A second route, from Broadfield to the Langshott area of Horley, north of Gatwick Airport, was added on 27 August 2005. [189] Athlete Zola Budd had been asked to take part in a 1,500-metre race as part of the opening celebrations, but her invitation was withdrawn at short notice because of concerns raised by council members about possible "political connotations and anti-apartheid demonstrators". It is surrounded by smaller towns including Horley, Redhill, Reigate, Oxted, Dorking, Horsham, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill and East Grinstead. 50 JONES GK 56 DIV. [140] The town centre was completed by 1960, by which time Crawley was already recognised as an important regional, rather than merely local, shopping centre. March (PG) Crawley railway station, at the southern end of the High Street, was built in 1848 when the Horsham branch was opened from Three Bridges to Horsham. Crawley Town: 45-3: 61: 13: Port Vale: 45 +3: 60: 14: Bradford City: 45-3: 59: 15: Stevenage: 45-1: 57: 16: Harrogate Town: 45-6: 57: 17: Mansfield Town: 45-1: 55: 18: Oldham Athletic: 45-6: 54: 19: Walsall: 45-8: 52: 20: Colchester United: 45-17: 50: 21: Barrow: 45-6: 49: 22: Scunthorpe United: 45-22: 48: 23: Southend United: 45-29: 44: 24: Grimsby Town… Two were replaced by Thomas Lester of London in 1742; but in 1880 a new set of eight bells were cast and installed by the Croydon-based firm Gillett, Bland & Company. [148] A separate division covers Gatwick Airport. [15][16] The George, a timber-framed house dating from the 15th century, expanded to become a large coaching inn, taking over adjacent buildings. The council is elected in thirds.[48]. [202], The high street becomes an annual focus of motoring heritage in November as one of the official stops on the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.[203]. A plan for a new railway station fell through. [211], Crawley has three local newspapers, of which two have a long history in the area. (The name derives from a local corruption of the word "heath", which came to refer specifically to the expanse of wooded land, south of the town centre, in which the theatre was built. Its large industrial area supports manufacturing and service companies, many of them connected with the airport. Most wards are coterminous with the borough's neighbourhoods, but three neighbourhoods are divided: Broadfield, Northgate, and Pound Hill into "Pound Hill North and Forge Wood" and "Pound Hill South and Worth". Architect Thomas Bennett was appointed chairman of Crawley Development Corporation. [80] Major schemes during that period included premises for the Westminster Bank British Caledonian and The Office of the Paymaster-General. In 2011 it won promotion to the EFL and this is now Crawley’s tenth season at the senior level. The area was joined to the railway network in the mid-19th century; and since the creation of the new town, there have been major road upgrades (including a motorway link), a guided bus transit system and the establishment of an airport which has become one of Britain's largest and busiest. It did not seek to attract companies by offering financial or other incentives; instead, it set out to create the ideal conditions for industrial development to arise naturally, by providing large plots of land with room for expansion, allowing firms to build their own premises or rent ready-made buildings, and constructing a wide range of building types and sizes. [36] Later, a fourth campus, in Southgate, was added to the plans. [172] It provides local services between the neighbourhoods and town centre, and longer-distance routes to Horsham, Redhill, Tunbridge Wells, Worthing and Brighton. [208], Further education is provided by Central Sussex College. [207] The Atelier 21 Future School for up to 120 pupils aged 4 to 14 years, based in Broadfield House, opened on 24 August 2020. This venture, supported by local businesses, local government and SEEDA, South East England's Regional Development Agency, aims to maintain and improve the Crawley and Gatwick area's status as a region of national and international economic importance. It was agreed that there would be no further expansion at Gatwick unless it became impossible to meet growth targets at London Heathrow Airport within existing pollution limits. Check out FIFA 21 Crawley Town on Ultimate Team - Player Stats, Rankings and Squads. The hub of each neighbourhood is a shopping parade, community centre and church, and each has a school and recreational open spaces as well. March ) 0 - 2 30' J. [61] The town has no major waterways, although a number of smaller brooks and streams are tributaries for the River Mole which rises near Gatwick Airport and flows northwards to the River Thames near Hampton Court Palace. Crawley Town Average; Shots / Match: 12.30: 12.45: 12.00: Shots Conversion Rate: 9%: 10%: 10%: Shots On Target / M: 4.10: 5.64: 5.00: Shots Off Target / M: 8.20: 6.82: 8.00: Shots Per Goal Scored: 11.18: 9.79: 10: Team Shots Over 10.5: 60%: 45%: 53%: Team Shots Over 11.5: 50%: 45%: 48%: Team Shots Over 12.5: 40%: 45%: 43%: Team Shots Over 13.5: 40%: 45%: 43%: Team Shots Over 14.5: … [149] Statutory emergency fire and rescue services are provided by the West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service which operates a fire station in the town centre. Even before the new town was planned, Crawley was a retail centre for the surrounding area: there were 177 shops in the town in 1948,[111] 99 of which were on the High Street. [156], UK Power Networks is the Distribution Network Operator responsible for electricity. [206] Second Half ends, Crawley Town 2, Bradford City 1. It is 28 miles (45 km) south of London, 18 miles (29 km) north of Brighton and Hove, and 32 miles (51 km) north-east of the county town of Chichester. [21][22][23], The Brighton Main Line was the first railway line to serve the Crawley area. An area known as "New Town" (unrelated to the postwar developments) was created around the railway level crossing and down the Brighton Road;[25][28] the West Green area, west of the High Street on the way to Ifield, was built up; and housing spread south of the Horsham line for the first time, into what is now Southgate. The number of shop units provided in the neighbourhood parades reflected this: despite the master plan making provision for at least 20 shops in each neighbourhood,[80] the number actually built ranged from 19 in the outlying Langley Green neighbourhood to just seven in West Green, close to the town centre. [75], There are 14 residential neighbourhoods,[78] each with a variety of housing types: terraced, semi-detached and detached houses, low-rise flats and bungalows. [108] During the boom of the 1980s the town boasted the lowest level of unemployment in the UK. Most of these were opened in 2004; others changed their status at this date (for example, from a middle to a junior school). Brighton join West Brom, Watford and Swansea in race for Crawley Town striker Max Watters - who has 16 goals in 18 games and the best minutes-per-goal ratio in … Some services are provided by the Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, including a 24-hour Urgent Treatment Centre for semi-life-threatening injuries. Reason for visit. This was a private concern until the Second World War when it was claimed by the Royal Air Force. In 2009, expansion was being planned in the west and north-west of the town, in cooperation with Horsham District Council, which has now become a new neighbourhood named Kilnwood Vale, but it is not in Crawley. [152] The Surrey and Sussex was judged as "weak" by the Healthcare Commission in 2008,[153] however in 2015 both the hospital[154] and the Surrey and Sussex Trust[155] were rated good by the Care Quality Commission. There are no residential tower blocks, apart from the 8-storey Milton Mount Flats at the North end of Pound Hill. It features a central cross on a shield, representing the town's location at the meeting point of North–South and East–West roads. Desmond Anderson, based in Tilgate converted to Academy status in February 2017 and is now part of the University of Brighton Academies Trust. In 1958 the companies reached an agreement which allowed them both to provide services in all parts of the town. [17] The original building has become the George Hotel, with conference facilities and 84 bedrooms; it retains many period features including an iron fireback. Getting there [80] By 1964, businesses which had moved to the town since 1950 employed 16,000 people; the master plan had anticipated between 8,000 and 8,500. By. Demand for land near the town centre led to the club moving in 1997 to the new Broadfield Stadium, now owned by the borough council. The Crawley Observer began life in 1881 as Simmins Weekly Advertiser, became the Sussex & Surrey Courier and then the Crawley and District Observer, and took its current name in 1983. The teams total wage bill is: £1,769,820 per year Building work continued throughout the 1950s in West Green, Northgate and Three Bridges, and later in Langley Green, Pound Hill and Ifield. [124] The UK headquarters of Nestlé is in the Manor Royal area of Crawley. Maintained primary and secondary schools were reorganised in 2004 following the Local Education Authority's decision to change the town's three-tier system of first, middle and secondary schools to a more standard primary/secondary divide. [210] The college also provides higher education courses in partnership with the universities at Chichester and Sussex. [12] The first written record of Crawley dates from 1202, when a licence was issued by King John for a weekly market on Wednesdays. [143] The town's main bus station was redesigned, roads including the main A2220 Haslett Avenue were rerouted, and some buildings at the south end of The Martlets were demolished to accommodate the mall. Cup, a match which saw 9,000 Crawley fans make the trip to Manchester; the game was lost 1–0. [192] In March 2008 the centre was named as a training site for the 2012 Olympics in London. Crawley railway station was moved eastwards towards the new development. 64 POS. [34] Secondary education was to be provided at campuses at Ifield Green, Three Bridges and Tilgate. [185] Three Bridges Cricket Club is a founding member of the Sussex Cricket League[186] and in 2018 were promoted back to the Premier Division. When Britain's major roads were classified by the British government's Ministry of Transport between 1919 and 1923,[163] it was given the number A23. Crawley Town 17/04/21: LET: Crawley Town 16 : 00: Cheltenham Town 20/04/21: LET: Newport County 20 : 45: Crawley Town 24/04/21: LET: Crawley Town 16 : 00: Forest Green Rovers 01/05/21: LET: Stevenage 16 : 00: Crawley Town [80] Danish company Novo Nordisk, which manufactures much of the world's insulin supply, has its UK headquarters at the Broadfield Business Park,[123] and BDO Global has an office in Crawley. CRAWLEY TOWN. Built at the end of Brighton Road, 1 mile from Crawley Railway Station and close to junction 11 on the M23 Motorway, th… [4][5] Crawley is on the western edge of the High Weald, which produced iron for more than 2,000 years from the Iron Age onwards. Skip to main contentSkip to site footer. The 1949 master plan had allowed for 50,000 people, but this was amended to 55,000 in 1956 after the Development Corporation had successfully resisted pressure from the Minister for Town and Country Planning to accommodate 60,000. [216], The town is served by the London regional versions of BBC and ITV television from the Crystal Palace or Reigate transmitters—although some terrestrial aerials in the town may pick up BBC South and ITV Meridian signals from the Midhurst transmitter.[217]. [54][55], Data from the Home Office's national identity database at Doncaster, South Yorkshire, was backed up to servers in Crawley for disaster recovery and business continuity purposes. The first railway line in the area was the Brighton Main Line, which opened as far as Haywards Heath on 12 July 1841 and reached Brighton on 21 September 1841. 66 REF. [3] Economically, the town has developed into the main centre of industry and employment between London and the south coast. A coach station was opened by Southdown in 1931 on the A23 at County Oak, near Lowfield Heath: it was a regular stopping point for express coaches between London and towns on the Sussex coast. [13][195] A large Cineworld cinema has since opened in the Crawley Leisure Park, which itself also includes ten-pin bowling, various restaurants and bars and a fitness centre. [3], Crawley Urban District Council was formed in May 1956 from the part of the Horsham Rural District which covered the new town. Crawley Town: 2.41: 3.22: 3.25: 19/09/20: Leag2: 2: Crawley Town: 1: 0: Scunthorpe: 2.22: 3.46: 3.45 + 01/02/20: Leag2: 31: Crawley Town: 3: 1: Scunthorpe: 2.54: 3.40: 2.84 + 09/11/19: FACup: Crawley Town: 4: 1: Scunthorpe: 2.37: 3.48: 2.85 + 17/08/19: Leag2: 3: Scunthorpe: 2: 2: Crawley Town: 2.41: 3.47: 3.02 + 11/04/15: Leag1: 42: Scunthorpe: 2: 1: Crawley Town: 1.85: 3.81: 4.54 + 22/11/14: Leag1: 18: Crawley Town… [179] [166] A new station was constructed slightly to the east, in conjunction with the Overline House commercial development, and replaced the original station which closed on 28 July 1968. As of the May 2019 local elections, the authority is Labour-controlled,[49] with seats allocated as follows: The Conservative party gained control in May 2006 for the first time since the borough was created. Crawley Town Football Club is an English association football club based in the town of … In 2004, a proposal was made for an additional campus of the University of Sussex to be created in Crawley, but as of 2008 no conclusion has been reached. [42] The Local Government Act 1972 led to the district being reformed as a borough in April 1974,[43] gaining a mayor for the first time. [43] Despite a petition to save it,[45] Crawley Town Hall, which was built in the 1960s, was demolished in 2020. England - Crawley Town FC - Results and fixtures - Soccerway. Formed in 1896, it moved in 1949 to a ground at Town Mead adjacent to the West Green playing fields. Church has a 15th-century tower ( rebuilt in 1804 ) which originally contained four bells cast in....... 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