Croydon has played a key role as part of a two-day global summit attended by representatives from more than 25 countries.
A £250,000 fund has been set up to help a range of sustainable initiatives across Croydon as the council works to make it London’s greenest borough.
Hundreds of guests enjoyed a host of activities over the last weekend as part of a national celebration of the Windrush community.
A Home Office-backed pilot nationwide clampdown against illegal online knife sales to children has secured its first successful prosecution led by Croydon Council.
Croydon Council’s groundbreaking approach to preventing homelessness and improving local families’ prospects won last night (Wednesday) at a national awards ceremony.
A consultation has gone live today (Wednesday) on proposals to give more Croydon adults greater financial independence and control over the council social care services they use.
Croydon residents are being given the chance to speak to employers about vacancies as well as hear top tips to ensure they are ready to apply for and succeed in getting a job at an event to mark National Employability Day (Friday 28 June).
Architecture students have been challenged to redesign Croydon Crematorium to make it more welcoming and inclusive for visitors of all backgrounds and faiths.
Croydon Council has today (25 June) started formal consultation on the proposed closure of St Andrew’s Church of England (CofE) High School in August 2020. This is the next stage in the statutory process which began in March 2019, when the council opened a pre-publication consultation on the proposed closure of the school.
A peer support group that provides a lifeline to mums and babies in Croydon has launched this week to coincide with Breastfeeding Celebration Week