Almost 40 creative organisations have benefited from Croydon’s Cultural Relief Fund so they can continue their work despite the impact of Covid-19.
"As the weather turns warmer, many people will be considering August holidays that seemed a world away during lockdown. It can be easy for the sunshine to convince us that things are back to normal. But coronavirus has not gone away..."
Croydon Council has joined forces with residents and park users to launch a social media campaign aimed at combatting the challenges of litter dropped in our parks, after seven extra tonnes of rubbish were collected from April to June this year.
More temporary measures to encourage walking and cycling on Croydon residential streets and improve the local environment are due to come into force next week.
Croydon residents are being urged to protect themselves and their loved ones by knowing how to get tested for coronavirus under the Keep Croydon Safe campaign launched today (Wednesday).
Croydon Council has widened the number of small and medium-sized businesses that can qualify for a grant of up to £10,000 to help with the financial impact of Covid-19.
Residents needing face-to-face support will now be offered pre-booked appointments with council staff at Access Croydon from Monday 27 July.
As of today, it is now the law to wear a face covering in enclosed spaces – this means in shops, takeaways and on public transport, which includes Croydon’s trams
Croydon Council is to temporarily waive the fee required for sports clubs, personal trainers and businesses to run exercise sessions in parks, in light of Covid-19 government restrictions.
Croydon Council is asking residents for their views on how it can better support its diverse communities ahead of a new long-term strategy on equality, fairness and inclusion.