The Museum of Croydon and the local community are showcasing their craft skills in a London-wide project celebrating 100 years of votes for women.
MOBO award-winners Krept and Konan were last night (7 February) celebrating the success of a pioneering project to inspire and support Croydon pupils.
Refurbished sports facilities, disabled-friendly access routes and the introduction of recreational activities and events are among recommendations put forward to enhance the experience of visitors to Croydon parks.
Temporary CCTV camera installed in Broom Road, Shrublands to enhance public safety at a crime hotspot.
Croydon’s Family Justice Centre (FJC) team is looking for volunteers to offer support to individuals and families who are experiencing domestic abuse.
Residents living in Shrublands are being offered the chance to work on some of the borough’s biggest construction projects.
Council challenges ‘unacceptable’ Government funding to support unaccompanied asylum seeking children
Croydon Council has challenged a Government decision to award the borough just under two per cent of a national fund to support unaccompanied asylum seeking children.
The council has now successfully prosecuted a total of 188 offenders under its Don’t Mess With Croydon clampdown after the latest court cases.
At Croydon Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, two defendants were ordered to pay a total of £1,484 for fly-tipping:
Candidates still have time to submit their application to become Croydon’s first ever Young Mayor before nominations close on Monday 5 Feb 2018.