Croydon Council has retrofitted fire sprinklers into around 400 homes so far as part of an ongoing post-Grenfell fire safety programme to 26 of its tallest blocks.
Croydon residents are to get new bins and new collection dates as part of a major council drive to boost the borough's recycling rate to 50%.
Croydon Council's trading standards team is marking the start of Scams Awareness Month with a warning that residents aged 40-60 are at particular risk of investment fraud. Council officers wll be at Santander in Brighton Road, Coulsdon on Thursday 7 June from 10am-12pm to give advice and answer questions.
Today (Wednesday 6 June) sees the start of a two-week campaign to help stop street begging in Croydon town centre.
An ambitious set of priorities to deliver further improvements for Croydon’s residents and businesses until 2022 is set to be discussed at the cabinet meeting on Monday 11 June.
The third Croydon PrideFest will take place on Saturday 14 July.
The Safer Croydon Partnership is celebrating Volunteers’ Week by seeking more people to support two key services.
A focus on music and youth are proposed to sit at the heart of council plans to develop a three-year Cultural Strategy for the borough.
Around 50 street parties are planned across Croydon to mark this year’s Big Lunch weekend on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 June, bringing together friends and neighbours in celebration of their communities
London Mozart Players filled Central and New Addington Libraries with music and prose on Thursday (31 May), playing to packed-out audiences of children and parents with performances of “The Three Little Pigs”.