Croydon’s drug and alcohol recovery network, Turning Point has helped 200 vulnerable people off the streets in the past two years.
Young people across Croydon will have a new safe space to play in as the borough celebrates World Car Free Day.
Croydon Council leads a number of initiatives and works closely with partner organisations to inform people about the importance of testing for HIV.
Croydon Economic Summit returns for 2019 next week with a ‘state of the nation’-style speech from Sebastian Burnside, the Royal Bank of Scotland’s chief economist, focussing on Croydon’s position in national and international markets.
Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid (BCWA) has been commissioned to provide a specialist service to help keep young people safe from domestic abuse
A world-class public space in the heart of Croydon’s new cultural quarter will provide a stunning setting for the newly-refurbished Fairfield Halls and improve links with the rest of the town centre, the council announced today.
A private hire taxi driver who used a fake blue badge to park in Croydon has been fined hundreds of pounds.
A public event is being held in Thornton Heath this weekend, where residents affected by the Windrush Scandal can find out more about claiming compensation.
The curtain is set to rise on Fairfield Halls next week following a £42m refurbishment which has restored the iconic Croydon building to its former glory. A major Croydon Council investment has transformed the much-loved venue into a stunning new arts centre, where in partnership with the council, operators BH Live will deliver an exciting programme that celebrates Croydon’s rich diversity.
London’s newest Youth Zone opened this weekend with thousands of members already signed up and hundreds heading down to have a first look at what’s on offer.