Croydon teachers receive special award for teaching pupils and the community about the benefits of eating healthy food to avoid obesity and prevent ill-health.
The Leader of Croydon Council this week welcomed a firm commitment from Unibail-Rodamaco-Westfield to the Croydon project and the regeneration of the town centre as a flagship scheme for the company.
A company has been ordered to pay over £5,500 after a store employee illegally sold a pack of 13 knives to a schoolchild.
A popular free support service for young people is increasing its hours in the town centre with additional funding from the council.
The month-long Great British Spring Clean is now underway and there’s never been a better time to get involved and make a difference in your community.
Croydon Council has today joined forces with local authorities nationwide to present a petition at Downing Street calling for significant Government funding on fire sprinklers.
Croydon Council is set to be one of the first authorities in the capital to adopt planning policy specifically to help guide the delivery of high quality new homes in the borough’s suburban areas to help tackle the housing crisis.
More than 200 foster carers from across the borough have been recognised for their exceptional contribution to Croydon’s children and young people at a special awards ceremony.
Thousands of new opportunities for young people to get involved in theatre, in their local neighbourhoods and at world-class venues, will be created in Croydon as the borough becomes one of five Youth Performance Partnerships in England.
A man who illegally sold a pack of 13 knives to a schoolchild has been given a four-month prison sentence suspended for 12 months after a council prosecution.