Vulnerable Croydon residents at higher risk of coronavirus or in severe hardship will continue to receive vital council support when a government scheme ends this month.
Readers will soon be able to borrow books from five of Croydon’s libraries for the first time since the buildings were closed by coronavirus as the home library delivery service also restarts from Monday 20 July.
As we start to see our high streets come back to life, we are also preparing to reopen some more of our council services and buildings.
Fairfield Halls will host a variety of creative and community uses during its period of ‘hibernation’, the council and venue operators BH Live have revealed.
Even more pupils are set to have safer and healthier journeys to school when 10 further Schools Streets are introduced in September, taking the total in Croydon to 21.
Supporting local families with young children and helping people with life-limiting conditions are the charity priorities of the new Mayor of Croydon.
Croydon Council has signed a landmark open-access, non-exclusive scheme that works with all phone providers to give customers better and faster 4G coverage and follows government best practice.
Businesses across Croydon – including pubs, restaurants and hairdressers – are preparing to welcome back customers from tomorrow (Saturday) for the first time since March with the council providing advice and support to help them reopen as safely as possible.
As I write businesses across our borough from Crystal Palace to Coulsdon – pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and many more – are preparing to welcome back customers tomorrow for the first time in months.
One of London’s leading universities has taken the next step in its bid for a new town centre campus in Croydon for students of health and social care, business and finance.