I was honoured to join hundreds of residents in Croydon Minster on Sunday to commemorate and give thanks for the life of Queen Elizabeth II, and to mark the National Moment of Reflection outside Croydon Town Hall.
Floral tributes to Queen Elizabeth II laid at sites across Croydon will be composted to feed the soil where trees were planted locally for The Queen’s Green Canopy project earlier this year.
Jason Perry, Executive Mayor of Croydon, set out a statement of intent at Cabinet last night, affirming the council’s commitment to tackling violence against women and girls in the borough.
My thoughts are with residents in the neighbouring borough of Merton who continue to be affected by the terrible incident on Galpins Road, particularly the family of four-year-old Sahara Salman, who sadly lost her life
Croydon residents are being asked to confirm their details for the electoral register to make sure they can vote in future elections.
It was fantastic to be at Croydon Carnival last weekend for this celebration of our communities and culture
Artists and cultural organisations can apply now for grants of up to £50k to deliver unforgettable moments as Croydon kickstarts its regeneration with London Borough of Culture 2023.
We took an important step to protect the local character of Croydon’s neighbourhoods for years to come when Full Council voted to support my policy to revoke the suburban planning guidance, SPD2, this week.
Croydon’s summer of fun continues when Croydon Carnival celebrates London Road’s communities and culture this weekend.
We can’t wait to welcome Croydon Pridefest back to Wandle Park tomorrow for the first time since the pandemic – with fun, food and entertainment it is a fantastic celebration of our LGBTQ+ communities and a great day out for all.