Croydon has been granted an interim protective injunction banning the setting up of unauthorised encampments and fly-tipping. The three-month injunction, granted at the High Court this week (Wednesday 18 July), covers more than 200 of the borough's parks, open spaces and council lands, and 11 highways.
Children in Croydon have been tasked with completing a series of unique challenges to win a prize this summer - encouraging them to get down with nature on their doorstep and explore the great outdoors
Families in Croydon are being encouraged to apply for Healthy Start vouchers for free food and vitamins.
Reported fly-tips in Croydon are being cleared quicker thanks to a new partnership driving improvements for residents.
Over 200 young people are expected at Croydon Youth Summit on Saturday afternoon (July 21). The free event, at the BRIT School, aims to bring 11-24-year-olds together to share their views on knife crime and other serious youth violence.
Online registration has now opened for Croydon’s young people aged 16 years old and under, to sign up for free swimming sessions at one of the borough’s five leisure centres.
The free swimming offer runs from Saturday 21 July to Sunday […]
An estimated 17,000 people gathered in Wandle Park over the weekend, with around 5000 celebrating Croydon PrideFest on Saturday (14 July), and up around 12,000 throughout the day for the ZEE International Mela. Both events were supported by Croydon Council.
The cost of residents’ parking permits and free parking bays to support residents and the local economy would be protected under indicative plans to change parking charges across Croydon.
£7,000 worth of fake cigarettes have been seized in shop raids by Croydon Council's trading standards team.