MOBO award-winners have backed Croydon’s ambitions to become a music city in the style of Nashville or Seattle, the council’s cabinet heard last night (Monday).
Cabinet has given the go-ahead for Croydon Council to continue to invest in and regenerate the borough’s infrastructure for the next four years.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has given a “good” rating to part of the One Croydon Alliance that helps older people regain their independence after hospital stays.
With just under a week to go to that Mayor’s Civic Awards, Croydon is getting ready to celebrate the selfless work of local people, community groups and businesses who go that extra mile to help others.
Croydon’s FJC is using National Domestic Violence Awareness month to appeal for more volunteers.
National Hate Crime Awareness Week starts this Saturday and Croydon is marking it with a range of events.
Croydon Council backed a national campaign to end no-fault private evictions and reintroduced lifetime social tenancies in its own housing stock at a meeting last night (Monday).
Croydon receives the Alzheimer’s Society's highest accolade for significant progress made to support residents living with dementia and their families.
A dedicated sprinter who represented team Great Britain at four Olympic Games and now works to help improve equality in athletics is being given the Freedom of Croydon Borough.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month and Croydon is marking this by encouraging more people to seek help and support.