The council is urging Croydon residents who are citizens of European Union (EU) countries to attend a town centre event on how to apply for a permanent right to stay.
Residents across Croydon are urged to have their say on the borough’s future as part of The Big Conversation with the current focus turning to all things sustainable.
Croydon has been named London Borough of Culture for 2023, fending off competition from across the capital. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced the borough’s bid, This is Croydon, had scooped the title and the £1.35m funding award at City Hall this morning (11 February).
An old garage site in Shrublands could become affordable homes built by local people for local people – and the council wants to hear from neighbours keen on getting involved.
Up to 1,425 school pupils are set to benefit from a £1.2m award from the Young Londoner’s Fund (YLF), which will spearhead Croydon’s plans to reduce youth violence in the borough.
The government has issued advice for the public to follow to help reduce the spread of coronavirus and tips on how people can protect themselves from infection.
Croydon launches its LGBT+ History Month celebrations this Thursday (6 February) with an evening of performances and a panel discussion at the Fairfield Halls.
A celebration breakfast marking the success of Croydon’s 100 in 100 campaign took place this morning, as National Apprenticeship Week gets under way.
Musical favourites Singin’ In The Rain and Hard Day’s Night are among the special film screenings for people living with dementia to be shown at Croydon’s David Lean cinema.
The creation of a subterranean mushroom farm, colourful artwork celebrating the different nationalities that call Croydon home and the creation of a new music venue for local artists, are just some of innovative ideas put forward to transform the town centre subways.