October is domestic abuse awareness month, and the FJC is keen to ensure everyone knows about its children’s services.
Around 200 young people from across the borough came together to debate the issues that matter to them at Croydon’s second annual youth congress this week.
A series of remembrance events will commemorate those who lost their lives in wars on the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
More than 16million people died during The Great War, including more than 2,500 active-duty soldiers from […]
A three-year injunction protecting highways and green spaces across Croydon was granted yesterday.
Croydon’s unsung heroes from across the community were recognised at a glittering awards ceremony organised by the council last night.
The Leader of Croydon Council has welcomed Gatwick Airport’s expansion plans to increase capacity and bring thousands of new jobs.
A Croydon Council manager who supports young adults with learning disabilities has reached the finals of the Social Worker of the Year awards for her training and mentoring of new recruits.
Plans to enhance Croydon’s transport network, including substantial funding for walking and cycle improvements have been approved to be submitted to the Mayor of London.
MOBO award-winners have backed Croydon’s ambitions to become a music city in the style of Nashville or Seattle, the council’s cabinet heard last night (Monday).
Cabinet has given the go-ahead for Croydon Council to continue to invest in and regenerate the borough’s infrastructure for the next four years.