It was wonderful to hear that Owami Davies was found safe and well on Tuesday more than six weeks after she went missing. This must be a huge relief for her family and friends after what will have been an unimaginably stressful time.
Croydon schools were busy today as pupils picked up their GCSE and year 11 examinations results. Year 11s had been faced with disruption and remote learning throughout the past two years of the pandemic, before finally sitting their first in-person end of year exams earlier this summer.
Croydon Council tenants and leaseholders are being asked to get involved in helping create better council housing services for everyone.
Work begins this week to improve access to seven healthy neighbourhood schemes in Croydon, replacing planters with cameras in a majority of streets.
It has been just over 100 days since I took up office as your first elected Mayor of Croydon. It has been an absolute privilege to work on behalf of all Croydon residents over the last few months, acting on the issues you have told me are important.
After two years of studying through the Covid-19 pandemic, students across Croydon received their hard-earned A-level, BTEC, Diploma, vocational and other technical qualification results today.
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 Council is providing £50,000 for local neigbourhood projects working to keep young people safe this summer – adding to its biggest programme of summer activities for Croydon’s young people in recent years.
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