Croydon’s small businesses and budding entrepreneurs are being offered a boost with free, drop-in, one-to-one business support clinics again this month. Hosted by the Croydon Business Support Network, the free monthly sessions offer help with finance and funding; marketing and social media promotion; exporting and international trade; recruiting and employing staff, as well as premises and business rates.
The second annual Croydon International Mela takes place from 1-8pm on Sunday 15 July.
Croydon’s FJC is ensuring help is at hand for anyone who may experience domestic abuse during the World Cup.
Croydon Council and its third-sector partners will provide 10 one-bedroom flats and wraparound support to vulnerable rough sleepers in the borough thanks to a new £500,000 grant from the Government.
This summer promises a feast of entertainment with Street Live, a new programme of live outdoor entertainment on Croydon’s High Street with an eclectic mix of acts.
Croydon Council's trading standards team is warning young people aged 18-24 to be aware of how to protect themselves from online scammers after a rise in reported digital fraud cases.
Croydon’s £1.4bn retail development moved another step closer last night as a council decision gave the green light for Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPOs) to acquire the remaining land for the development.
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%.