A borough-wide promotion to tell domestic abuse victims where they can seek help against domestic abuse begins on Monday, to coincide with International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
London Night Czar Amy Lamé welcomed the borough’s plans to boost the late night economy as when she came to Croydon last night, describing them as ‘groundbreaking, inclusive and diverse.’
An innovative and collaborative five-year strategy which aims to boost Croydon’s thriving economy was approved by cabinet last night (18 November).
Two temporary cameras will be installed in Purley and Croydon town centre to help monitor antisocial behaviour, street drinking, drug taking and fly-tipping.
Croydon's director of public health calls for a ban on junk food advertising and more opportunities to better promote healthier foods and water, to reduce health inequalities and improve residents' health and wellbeing.
Live music is making a come-back in Croydon as a brand new Croydon Music City initiative links up artists with new audiences. From this weekend Croydon Calling will see venues from coffee shops to cocktail bars host a rich mix of gigs throughout November and early December, working with the council's music city team and promoters Big South.
More than 150 young people children in care and care leavers were celebrated for their talents and achievements at a glittering ceremony for Croydon STAR Awards 2019.
A host of community venues in Croydon have been set up especially to carry out rapid HIV tests during HIV Testing Week, which starts Saturday, 16th November.
Croydon residents are being given the opportunity to start up their own company doing something they love at a free business school later this month.
A new fleet of 10 low-emission gritters will be helping keep Croydon’s roads clear as the borough prepares for winter weather.