Community and life events services & information
Includes registering births; marriages and deaths; getting copies of certificates; bereavement and burial services and more
On 29 March 2019 the UK is to due to leave the European Union. We are determined to ensure that Croydon, its residents and businesses receive the best possible deal from Brexit
The Choose Your Future campaign asks you to think about the choices you make – whether it’s about carrying a knife, the friends you respect or your goals in life.
A programme of events across the borough celebrating black history
Includes Anti Social Behaviour, reporting crime, safety at home, Safer Croydon Partnership
If you are lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans, or you are questioning your sexuality, then there are a number of services, sources of support and activities for you as a Croydon resident.
Includes Best Start Children's Centre's, childminders, babysitting.
Includes emergency contacts; flooding information; severe weather advice and more
Community Connect is delivered by The Family Centre in Fieldway, New Addington, It provides housing, financial and homelessness prevention advice and support for our most vulnerable residents in the New Addington and Fieldway communities.
Includes independent visitors; community learning disability team and more
Includes community support services; youth organisations; projects and more
A way of helping residents’ to reduce their weekly spend on food shopping.
Includes Family Justice Centre; advice and support for sufferers of domestic violence and more
Includes events, policies, strategies and more
A funding platform for projects that make local places better - from community gardens and street murals to festivals and sports facilities
Includes Croydon's community strategy; Community Grants; funding opportunities,voluntary sector; community investment, community ward budgets, credit unions and more
Includes information about the Awards; how to nominate someone; previous Award winners and more
Includes information about the Covenant; advice and support for the armed forces community and more
Application to become a British citizen is made through the Home Office. To celebrate successful applicants, those aged over 18 are required to attend a citizenship ceremony.
Helping people get digital skills and build their confidence using websites and online services
The Croydon Online community website is now closed, but many more places exist online.