London’s newest Youth Zone opened this weekend with thousands of members already signed up and hundreds heading down to have a first look at what’s on offer.
A team of young Croydon sportspeople achieved five medal wins and sixth place overall against 33 other borough teams, in this year’s London Youth Games Jubilee Trophy competition.
Croydon council leisure centres operator GLL has announced support for 48 young athletes from across the borough to the tune of £28,400, through the GLL Sports Foundation. The Awards were announced on Thursday evening (14 June).
Young people in Croydon have the opportunity to make their voices heard as the borough’s summer programme of youth voice events gets under way tonight. From crime to careers, social care to summer fun, Croydon’s youth forums cover a huge range of local issues, enabling young people to find out what’s going on in their community and have their say.
Croydon’s young people have elected William Awomoyi to be the borough’s first ever Young Mayor and a new voice for London’s largest youth population.
Candidates still have time to submit their application to become Croydon’s first ever Young Mayor before nominations close on Monday 5 Feb 2018.
Nominations are now open for London’s largest youth population to elect their first Young Mayor.
Croydon Council has announced a raft of initiatives to champion and empower children and young people, putting them at the heart of local democracy.