Croydon's young people are being encouraged to seek help if they are feeling stressed or worried through new borough-wide posters and social media messages starting this week.
An international festival of dance is coming to Croydon, bringing an exciting two-day programme packed with performance-parkour, baby block parties, bollywood, hip hop, homegrown-talent, hands-on activities and much more
The Mayors of Croydon and Arnhem will be special guests at the newly-refurbished Fairfield Halls on Saturday (12 Oct) to formally reopen the Arnhem Foyer in honour of the two towns’ historic ties. Together the Mayors will unveil a plaque which dedicates the space – which reopened last month following a multi-million pound council restoration of the venue - as a cultural hub for everyone in Croydon
A man who rented a flat illegally to private tenants in Croydon is set to be added to a national database of rogue landlords after he and two connected companies were prosecuted and fined.
Young people can apply now for the exciting opportunity to take over some of Croydon’s top jobs as part of the borough’s annual Takeover Challenge next month. Croydon residents aged between 11 and 18 can sign up for this imaginative event on 21 November, which will see local organisations open their doors to young people - and encourage them to step into the decision-makers’ shoes.
NME Award-winning Croydon musician Loyle Carner is set to launch a global urban greening campaign in Thornton Heath.
Croydon is hosting a range of borough wide events during National Hate Crime Awareness week to help unite the borough against these offences.
Special comedy night fundraiser and community day in support of World Mental Health Day.
Selling knives online to a 13-year-old led to two companies being ordered to pay a combined total of around £20,000 at Camberwell Green Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
The Stoptober campaign is back this October helping even more residents split up from their relationship with smoking.