Recently there have been a number of incidents that have occurred across the borough. All having either a positive or negative impact on local communities.
These include but not exclusively being:
- Purley knife incident
- Threatening letters to local Buddist temple
- Sexual Assualt near Croydon Minster
- Right wing stickers been seen in and around the town centre
- Croydon Mela
- Croydon Pride
In order for the council to gauge how the communities are feeling they would like you to complete a tension monitoring form, download below, and return to Sharon Kilborne, Community Coordinator Counter Terrorism, no later than 4pm on Friday 19th July.
Organisations interested should contact them for a date
Come along and learn more about dementia and the small ways you can help. Hear how you can make your Place of Worship Dementia Friendly.
It takes place on the above date at CVA Resource Centre, 82 London Road Croydon CR0 2TB, from 6.30pm - 8.30pm.
More and more people are living and dealing with dementia, come and learn how to help them to continue to be part of the community.
Download a flyer.
A new date will be announced soon.
The above event will take the form of a Children's Prayer Walk. It is suitable for ages 9-14. If you would like more information and/or to be involved, please email email@example.com as soon as possible, you can also download a flyer. The programme will start at 10.30am and include the following:
- Declaring Gods love for Croydon
- Blessing the stall holders in the market
- Meeting some of the Croydon Councillors and praying in the Council Chambers
- Praying in the Whitgift
- Blessing children
- Praying for the sick in Croydon University hospital in the chapel
If you would like to find out more about this initiative and the impact please look at the website Children changing nations.
You will see a report of the last prayer walk which involved children from churches in Croydon, it is called Love Croydon. The children who attended the event blessed the community, were bold and enjoyed taking part.
Use the calendar or list of months to view entries made on those dates.