Plans to transform the borough’s libraries into thriving cultural hubs at the heart of Croydon’s communities have been unveiled in a cabinet report. The 10-year plan - which follows the council’s decision to take the library service back in-house last year – sets out the vision for a network of vibrant centres of creativity and learning, where residents are informed, involved and inspired.
A new partnership between Croydon Council and London South Bank University (LSBU) has been revealed as the next exciting step in the borough’s regeneration, as the town centre further develops as a centre of business, culture and learning.
Croydon’s adult learners are set to benefit from the latest technology, helping them to develop the necessary skills for today’s digitalised workplace and increase their employability.
With funding from Croydon Council and the Mayor of London, Croydon Adult […]
A groundbreaking trading company set up to make Croydon pupils among the best in London has been launched.
The Octavo Partnership, owned and run by Croydon Council, its staff and local schools, has been created to help improve […]