Vulnerable Croydon residents at higher risk of coronavirus or in severe hardship will continue to receive vital council support when a government scheme ends this month.
A partnership between the council and the community has launched its fourth Food Stop for local families in need as a borough-wide welfare response to COVID-19 continues.
Allotment plot-holders have an extra reason to smile this National Allotments Week, as the council announce a £350k improvement programme for six Croydon sites.
Parents across the borough are being encouraged to sign their children up to Croydon’s biggest ever school summer holiday activity programme led by the council and a national charity.
Croydon pupils’ popular one-day schools' marketplace selling fresh fruit and veg is returning to Croydon Clocktower on Thursday 11 July at 1pm
A judge has fined a national brewer £180,000 after Croydon Council prosecuted one of its pubs for having a dirty kitchen, mouse droppings and poor hygiene practices.
Croydon teachers receive special award for teaching pupils and the community about the benefits of eating healthy food to avoid obesity and prevent ill-health.
The owners and director of a Croydon restaurant whose kitchen was found littered with mouse droppings have been ordered to pay more than £13,500 after a council prosecution.