Croydon Council has today been accredited as a London Living Wage employer.
The council’s administration made it one of its key election pledges in 2014 to introduce the London Living Wage across the council.
As Croydon’s largest employer, the council now wants […]
A two-day exhibition is to take place showcasing the plans to turn Croydon College, Fairfield Halls and the surrounding College Green area into one of London’s leading cultural and educational destinations.
The exhibition will be held in the Croydon Clocktower court […]
Schools across the borough are being invited to apply for funding that will help show children the value of good food by growing and eating their own produce.
Croydon was, last year, one of only two boroughs chosen by the Mayor […]
Its reputation for good work around food and nutrition has seen Croydon welcomed into a pioneering national food network that shares innovation and best practice to stem the rise of preventable health problems.
One of the country’s fastest-growing social movements, the […]
Croydon could get its first BMX track and community club under proposals submitted for planning approval.
The council wants to build the borough’s first BMX track next to the sports pavilion in Norbury Park. Built by British Cycling-approved contractors and funded […]
Eating out at Christmas is a great way to celebrate the season, be it with family, friends or work colleagues.
However, Croydon Council’s food safety team is urging you to do a little simple homework in the early stages of planning […]
A leading London charity has praised Croydon Council and its partners for a groundbreaking operation to tackle child sexual exploitation (CSE) that has protected victims and led to arrests.
Last year the Metropolitan Police and the council launched a prevention programme […]