Croydon Council is backing its creative community with a fund to help cultural organisations that have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Croydon Council and the Metropolitan Police are working together on widening awareness among local residents to prevent scams during COVID-19 restrictions.
As I write the government have taken the decision to extend lockdown measures for another three weeks. While this may be unsurprising, given the very sad figures from hospitals across […]
Croydon businesses are being urged to collect their government grants to support them through the disruption caused by coronavirus. In a major drive to help businesses access support, the council has contacted over 4,000 small businesses locally in a range of ways to ask them to take up the funding but so far only received responses from around half of those
Croydon’s FJC is now open every day to help domestic abuse victims during lockdown
The proportion of children offered a place at their first choice primary school in Croydon has increased.
A partnership between the council and the community has launched its fourth Food Stop for local families in need as a borough-wide welfare response to COVID-19 continues.
The Leader of Croydon Council has welcomed the government’s new pledge to deliver on its responsibility to provide widespread Covid-19 testing and protective equipment for care home residents and staff.
Croydon Council has welcomed news a pre-let agreement has been made with a government department for Two Ruskin Square.
Vital council services will continue to run over the Bank Holiday weekend and throughout the Easter period as part of the borough’s 24/7 response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Emergency out-of-hours arrangements are in place as usual and those with urgent enquiries will be able to call the council contact centre on 020 8726 6000.