Over 1,000 households in Croydon have now received food parcels or financial support and advice from a partnership between the council, community and local volunteers in response to COVID-19.
Croydon residents with disabilities wanting a career in retail have begun a council-run course that gives them a head start.
A Home Office-backed pilot nationwide clampdown against illegal online knife sales to children has secured its first successful prosecution led by Croydon Council.
Council initiatives helping residents to access good, healthy food and to benefit from plans to boost the local economy again scoop top marks
Live music-lovers, musicians, and industry professionals are being called upon to get involved in plans to support the future of music in Croydon.
Today (Wednesday 6 June) sees the start of a two-week campaign to help stop street begging in Croydon town centre.
Croydon Council is consulting affected staff on plans to restructure its senior management team to reflect local priorities and enhance services for residents.
The vast majority of Croydon parents – 87 per cent - have been offered a place for their child at their first preference primary school for the second year running.
Fraudsters who have already brought anxiety and distress to vulnerable residents across the borough are doubling their victims’ torment by revisiting them with the intent of working their cons again.