The founder of a voluntary organisation that helps families in need with food and friendship has been nominated by the council leader as a lockdown hero one year on from Covid-19.
New Year’s Eve will be very different for all of us this year. And with cases of the new Covid variant spreading rapidly in Croydon and across the country it is so important that residents stay at home and keep following the guidelines.
A consultation has started on the future of three Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) in the borough.
Croydon Council trading standards officers have confiscated thousands of cigarettes and other tobacco products from three shops suspected of selling counterfeit and illegal goods.
Croydon Council is asking residents for their views on how it can better support its diverse communities ahead of a new long-term strategy on equality, fairness and inclusion.
A collaborative approach to reducing and preventing violence in Croydon will be at the heart of the borough’s new community safety strategy it was revealed today.
Illegally selling knives online to a child has landed the owners of major shopping website Very with a £20,000 fine under the latest groundbreaking court cases brought by Croydon Council.
Two men responsible for three shisha bars across Croydon have been fined thousands of pounds for illegally allowing people to smoke indoors.
Life-saving services for domestic abuse victims and their children have been given a £141k funding boost.
Selling knives online to a 13-year-old led to two companies being ordered to pay a combined total of around £20,000 at Camberwell Green Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.