Croydon Council has announced the appointment of Sarah Hayward as the director of Croydon’s newly-created Violence Reduction Network. The innovative network, which is one of the first of its kind in the capital, adopts a holistic approach to violence reduction and will see all forms of violence treated as a public health issue by tackling the root causes.
Dedicated community champions have helped Croydon win a national award for Don’t Mess With Croydon - Take Pride’s work to keep the borough tidy.
A £1m revamp creating a community hub for Croydon residents of all ages and with or without disabilities opened yesterday (Tuesday).
Mayor of London puts a spotlight on Croydon's work to make the borough inclusive for its 3,600 residents living with dementia.
To help mark a national day of action promoting clean air and sustainable transport Croydon Council is organising a range of special initiatives.
Residents are invited to join the Mayor of Croydon in showing their support for the Armed Forces at a flag raising ceremony ahead of Armed Forces Day.
Adults with disabilities shadowed council staff and councillors yesterday (Monday) at a takeover event as part of a push to boost their job prospects.
Apprentices working at Croydon Council are now being paid the London Living Wage, as the authority continues to invest in the borough and the people living within it.
Men in Croydon are being challenged to get to know the numbers that are important to their health.