Council teams will be working to support residents as temperatures are predicted to hit record highs in the next few days.
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Croydon fire officers, leisure centre staff and the council will host dementia awareness roadshows this month.
Croydon councillors have taken on the mantle of Winter Champion to support residents to take care of themselves during the cold months – and ease pressures on key NHS services like hospital Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments.
Fraudsters who have already brought anxiety and distress to vulnerable residents across the borough are doubling their victims’ torment by revisiting them with the intent of working their cons again.
A Croydon Council mental health social worker who helped prevent a woman being wrongly sectioned has been named a finalist in a national awards ceremony.
Andrew Thomas has made it to the finals of Social Worker of the […]
The debilitating effects of feeling isolated and alone will be tackled for the first time at a conference to improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable residents.
The issues will be discussed at the Croydon Congress […]