More than 200 foster carers from across the borough have been recognised for their exceptional contribution to Croydon’s children and young people at a special awards ceremony.
Thousands of new opportunities for young people to get involved in theatre, in their local neighbourhoods and at world-class venues, will be created in Croydon as the borough becomes one of five Youth Performance Partnerships in England.
A man who illegally sold a pack of 13 knives to a schoolchild has been given a four-month prison sentence suspended for 12 months after a council prosecution.
This year’s celebration of the best planning projects nationwide will include two Croydon Council finalists – including one for its new guidance on how best to develop suburban areas.
Plans to help and encourage drivers to start and continue making more sustainable journeys across Croydon are set to be considered by the council’s cabinet as part of Croydon’s ambitions to become London’s greenest borough.
Earlier identification of need, and better support, closer to home, are at the heart of new proposals to ensure all children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) reach their full potential
Social tenants old and young from Croydon are being invited to contribute their memories towards an interactive museum exhibition this summer celebrating 100 years of council housing.
A six-week public consultation has opened today (15 March) seeking views on a proposal to close St Andrew’s Church of England (CofE) High School in August 2020.
Statement from the Mayor of Croydon and the Leader of Croydon Council on the New Zealand terror attacks
The terror attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, have shocked and saddened us all. Our thoughts are with those who lost their lives, their loved ones and those who have been injured.
Free Live Well Croydon service has supported 2,000 residents to be happier and healthier.