Croydon Council’s digital service has successfully secured over £100k of government funding to trial two innovative ways of working with other local authorities to save cash-strapped councils money.
Community and voluntary groups making positive changes for Croydon communities can soon bid for up to £15,000 funding.
Nearly £100,000 has been awarded to community projects across the borough since April, as ward budgets continue to empower Croydon residents and make a difference in communities across the borough.
A letter from Croydon Council’s health and social care scrutiny sub-committee calls on the government to stop the withdrawal of funding for IVF treatment in the borough.
Sent to Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt, the letter […]
Croydon is among the 10 worst hit local authorities in the country after it was announced £1.9m is to be cut from the council’s funding.
During last week’s Local Government Funding Settlement announcement, Sajid Javid, the Secretary of […]