The support offered by Croydon Council to get hundreds of residents into jobs and enable small businesses to grow has been awarded as the best in the capital.
Backing local businesses and celebrating Croydon’s rich diversity are the priorities of the borough’s new Mayor who has been sworn in for his year of office.
Croydon Council has welcomed the first batch of affordable homes now available to borough residents through developer Brick by Brick.
Dedicated young pupils have organised a series of litter picks around their community as part of the Don’t Mess With Croydon - Take Pride campaign.
A new Croydon Council campaign aims to tackle young people’s mental health concerns and support them to build their resilience, feel happier, and thrive to reach their full potential.
Residents gave their backing to Norbury Library’s £1m refurbishment this week as part of council’s to transform and improve the borough’s network of 13 libraries.
A council initiative has prevented homelessness for almost 50 families and avoided the £275,000 cost of putting them in emergency housing by matching them with responsible private landlords.
Events in Croydon for Dementia Action Week include a knit-a-thon, tea dance, dementia friendly film screening, music, information sessions and more.
Croydon Council is up for another national accolade after making it as a finalist in the Co-Op of the Year Awards 2019.
Council funding totalling around £2.5m a year will be available for bids from Croydon’s community and voluntary groups from next month after proposals were approved on Tuesday evening.