Make smart sugar swaps this February like ditching fizzy drinks and drinking more water. Fill up your reusable bottle for free at a Refill station.
A joint two-year commitment to strengthen efforts to reduce obesity rates in the borough was made this week by Croydon Council, health and community bodies, schools and local businesses.
Croydon's director of public health calls for a ban on junk food advertising and more opportunities to better promote healthier foods and water, to reduce health inequalities and improve residents' health and wellbeing.
Croydon ranked second among the top London councils for helping to lift families out of food poverty.
Residents can now search for a range of local activities like football, belly dancing, bowling, walking, trampolining, swimming and more with our new physical activity finder tool.
Croydon Council has teamed up with the Stroke Association and local pharmacies to offer free blood pressure checks to residents during Know Your Numbers Week!
The delegation from China was impressed by the council’s efforts to stamp out smoking, reduce air and noise pollution and tackle health inequalities.
Fruit, veg, jams, herbs and more were snapped up by hundreds of keen shoppers at the annual one-day schools’ marketplace
Men in Croydon are being challenged to get to know the numbers that are important to their health.