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Charles John Huffam Dickens was born on February 7 1812, making 2012 two hundred years since he came in to the world.
Unlike other authors, Dickens' published his books in affordable monthly instalments costing a shilling each.
Croydon resident Hablot Knight Browne, also known as Phiz, was used by Dickens to illustrate ten of his 15 novels.
Dickens' second novel Oliver Twist, was also titled The Parish Boy's Progress.
Dickens wished to be buried in front of Rochester Cathedral. However, he was actually laid to rest in Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey in 1870.
London and Paris were the two cities to feature in his novel, The Tale of Two Cities.
Charles Dickens is one of few writers to have his own theme park, which opened in Chatham on 25 May 2007.
From 1993 to 2003 Charles Dickens featured on a £10 bank note.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood was Dickens' last novel. It was unfinished at the time of Dickens' death and the ending remains unknown to this day.
Croydon's population is now estimated to be 381,000 - the second most populated borough in London.
Croydon has 84,000 young people under the age of 15, the largest number of any other borough.
If Croydon were a city is would be the 8th largest in the UK ahead of Wakefield and Coventry.
Croydon is mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1068.
St Mary's Church in Addington was established in 1040 and is burial site for eleven Archbishops of Canterbury.
Croydon was home to John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury during the reign of Elizabeth I and James I and who founded the Whitgift School in 1596
Croydon's Parish Church is the only Minster in Greater London.
Battle of Britain fighter pilots started their campaign from Croydon.
Croydon was the first area outside central London to use postcodes.
The Royal Horticultural Society voted Coombe Wood London's best park in 2009.
In the same year, Croydon was also voted the Royal Horticultural Society's 'Greenest large city' in the UK.
28 out 30 of the UK's top brands have outlets in Croydon
Croydon has 2.5million sq feet of retail area - nearly 0.5% of the total in the UK.
Purley Way is the 8th largest retail park in the UK
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