A recent exhibition of creative work by Croydon’s adult learners highlighted the wide range of artistic courses that can be accessed in the borough.
Scores of pieces of art were put on display at the Croydon Clocktower as a showcase for […]
Hundreds of young people who attended Croydon’s first Youth Congress gave a clear message to the council about how they are, confident, ambitious, and see skills and training for employment as their biggest priority.
Organised by the Croydon Strategic Partnership, the […]
The council’s refurbishment of the former library in Ashburton Park reaches a new milestone this weekend as a community picnic is being held to announce the new name for the building.
More than 40 suggestions were submitted by local people and […]
Illegal drug use, fights, excessive noise and making neighbours fear for their safety have led to Croydon’s antisocial behaviour (asb) team being granted a three-month closure order for a council property in Thornton Heath.
The closure order for 11 Weldon Court, […]
A major cultural event is set to put Croydon on the map this September as the town commemorates Andy Warhol, 30 years after the artist’s death.
Croydon’s award-winning RISEgallery is delivering a groundbreaking programme of FREE events throughout the month, under the theme ‘Warhol […]
Croydon Council this evening (Monday) approved a £25m investment in more affordable housing via a new independent charity that guarantees cheaper rents for local people.
Last month the council’s cabinet agreed the setting up of an independent charity provisionally called […]
Thousands of people came together to celebrate the LGBT+ community at Croydon PrideFest on Saturday.
The event kicked off with the Pride Walking Parade which travelled from North End, through central Croydon to the main festival area in the Queen’s Gardens.
Scams that prey on people’s trust or hopes of a big lottery-type pay-out can be devastating for the victim.
When that victim is socially isolated – because, for example, of disability or long-term illness – the effects are often more harmful […]
Croydon is to trial pedestrian zones next to schools so parents and their children walk more and use cars less.
Three schools have signed up to the six-month council scheme from September aimed at improving road safety, reducing pollution and getting […]