A unique flag was flown above Croydon town hall today (Friday 22 June), to mark the UK’s inaugural Windrush Day – a celebration of the rich diversity that British Commonwealth citizens bring to the borough.
More residents have the opportunity to keep fit on the go for free and look after their health with another outdoor gym now up and running in the borough.
Potholes across the borough are being repaired quicker and more efficiently using a cutting-edge machine to microwave and fix the defects.
The thermal technology allows contractors to heat the existing damaged road material until it is soft enough to be reshaped […]
Croydon Council has launched a pilot social lettings agency to prevent homelessness by matching residents at risk of being unable to sustain long-term tenancies with responsible landlords.
Young people in Croydon can access a fantastic array of free activities when school is out, with parks sessions, pop-ups and projects happening throughout summer 2018.
Keeping your home safe and sound is important at any time of the year. In summer, though, it’s doubly important, as the temptation to leave windows open and doors ajar increases as temperatures rise.
50 inspirational Croydon pupils were recognised at a good citizenship awards ceremony held on 19 June that celebrated their work supporting the local community.
Croydon council leisure centres operator GLL has announced support for 48 young athletes from across the borough to the tune of £28,400, through the GLL Sports Foundation. The Awards were announced on Thursday evening (14 June).
Croydon College students were commended for giving up more than 200 hours of their time volunteering to raise awareness of the importance of taking a HIV test to live a healthy life.