Residents have been thanked for their cooperation after Croydon’s household reuse and recycling centres reopened this week with new rules to keep visitors and staff safe.
Contact your GP as normally or call NHS 111 if you have urgent care needs, call 999 in an emergency and also go to hospital and attend appointments if you are told you should.
Croydon’s three household reuse and recycling centres are set to reopen to the public on Wednesday, with new rules in place to help keep residents safe whilst on site.
Croydon Minster has produced a video of a virtual church service to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
"As the nation prepares to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day, I want to recognise our own WW2 veterans here in Croydon, and their comrades who are sadly no longer with us, but never forgotten........"
Croydon Council’s large-scale response so far to support residents in need during the coronavirus pandemic while maintaining frontline services will be discussed at a virtual meeting on Monday 11 May.
“My thoughts are first and foremost with those Debenhams employees who have lost their jobs, and how we can support them at this very difficult time.
Croydon Council will be celebrating the hundreds of local foster carers who transform children and young people’s lives by offering them safe and caring homes, during Foster Care Fortnight 2020.
Goody bags for veterans, a YouTube church service and parties at home are among the ways Croydon residents are being included in the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
Croydon businesses are being asked to complete a new survey launched to enable the council to better understand how best to support local companies through the next phase of the Covid-19 pandemic.