We are urging teachers, and anyone working with children and young people to support them in completing the health and wellbeing survey by Friday, 10 February.
The victims and survivors of the Holocaust and those lost in other genocides across the globe were remembered at Croydon Town Hall today. Residents young and old came together to mark Holocaust Memorial Day at a moving and thought-provoking commemorative event.
The Mayor is set to kickstart the regeneration of the town centre and is working closely with developers Croydon Partnership (CLP) and other partners to bring forward the redevelopment of North End as soon as possible.
The council has released proposals to improve bus services, make roads safer and encourage more people to make healthier journeys this year and next.
Croydon Council is helping residents to make significant savings on their fuel bills and their homes more energy efficient with a week of free events starting Monday 30 January.
The council is supporting Great Mental Health Day by highlighting local projects to raise awareness and reduce stigma around mental health.
Croydon residents will get the chance to quiz the Mayor on local issues and his priorities for the borough at a series of Question Time events launching next week.
Nine new trial Healthy School Street schemes launched from today, with a 6-month consultation to collect views on the schemes.
Croydon Council has used its community safety powers to respond to concerns from residents and support the police in tackling antisocial behaviour in Norbury Park.
Croydon’s Civic Mayor has invited members of the public to attend the first in-person Holocaust Memorial Day event in two years.