Croydon Council will begin delivering food parcels to hundreds of the borough’s most vulnerable residents from next week under its support for all who need it during coronavirus restrictions.
I want to update you on our latest response to the COVID-19 pandemic and important changes we have made to continue to deliver vital public services at this most difficult […]
Croydon Council has set up a task force to support local employers and businesses in the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Many council-run buildings in Croydon from libraries to adult education centres will close until further notice from this afternoon to protect the public and allow staff to focus on residents needing emergency support.
Residents are being reminded they can use their Croydon library card to unlock access to a hugely diverse offering of books, magazines and films online when libraries close their doors today (Friday 20 March).
Croydon Council is urging private landlords to support tenants who are in financial hardship caused by coronavirus (COVID-19).
Following the advice from central Government regarding school closures today (18 March), Councillor Alisa Flemming, cabinet member for children, young people and learning said: “We know how incredibly challenging this is for our children and families. “Their safety and wellbeing is our absolute priority, and are working with schools and partners across Croydon to ensure that all our children and families can access the support that they need while schools are closed.
“I know everyone is rightly concerned about the spread of the COVID-19 virus and the impact this will have on all of our lives. Today we have met with our partners including the NHS, police, voluntary sector and businesses, to ensure together we are doing all we can to support our local community in this difficult time.