As we await the government’s announcement on the further easing of restrictions, we are seeing an increase in Covid-19 cases locally.
Following a recent swoop on four businesses in the Thornton Heath, South Norwood and London Road areas Croydon Council Trading Standards officers have seized around 14,000 illegal cigarettes and quantities of hand rolling tobacco.
The final prosecution in a series of groundbreaking court cases brought by Croydon Council Trading Standards has seen Extreme GB LTD based in Daventry fined £10,000 with £15,000 costs for selling knives to a child.
Thanks to our local NHS partners, 189,487 Croydon residents have now had their first dose of the vaccine and 114,575 people have had both doses.
Ideas put forward by residents on how to tackle climate change will be used to develop a local action plan creating a greener future for Croydon.
Croydon Council is giving an extra £500,000 to help boost pubs, clubs, restaurants and leisure businesses hit by the pandemic as part of a wider £6.4m programme to support the local economy.
Croydon is urging the Home Office to address its historic funding gap in the cost of caring for unaccompanied children who seek asylum in the United Kingdom.
Croydon residents are being urged to have their say on three detailed options put forward by the council to adapt the borough’s library service.
Croydon's deputy mayor, Councillor Felicity Flynn, was joined this morning by Ed Budden, chair of the council's LGBT+ Allies Network, councillors and staff, to raise the rainbow flag outside the town hall in support of Pride Month.