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If you need shopping, medicine, lift to medical appointment or someone to talk to ...

 

If you need someone to collect essential shopping, a prescription or to drive you to a medical appointment - we have a team of volunteers who are ready to help. Just let Anne know by email or phone 020 8656 6707.

 

Rubbish collection

 

Regular collecting of rubbish is continuing. There is a reduced work force. This means that food and general waste will still be collected on the usual day. Recycling will be collected, hopefully on the scheduled day, but possibly later than usual. Council say to leave the bins in the scheduled place for collection. If they can’t collect recycling on the usual scheduled day, they will try to collect recycling in the following days. If, however, staff levels fall too low, it may wait until the next scheduled collection date.

 

Click here for reliable, accurate information on rubbish services

 

A very big thank you to the bin men who have continued to provide a largely excellent service in difficult circumstances!

 

To find information on our two roads, use My Account at www.croydon.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Croydon Council updates

 

Click here for the latest updates on a whole range of Council services.

 

Croydon Voluntary Action (CVA)

 

Croydon Voluntary Action continue to support residents who need assistance. They can deliver food and hygiene products. For more information click here.

 

Croydon Foodbank needs our help

 

Croydon Foodbank urgently needs donations of food, money or volunteer time. You can either drop off food at one of the Foodbank's Croydon sites or some local supermarkets have a box for collecting donations. For more information on the food they need (and already have plenty of) please click here

 

Weekly Update for our residents

 

We are continuing to email round a Weekly Update to our residents. Click here to see.

 

We will distribute a paper newsletter when the virus infection rate is less potentially volatile. A paper newsletter may be preferable in some ways but it is not essential. We very much look forward to the time we can deliver our next paper newsletter! For those who do not have internet access at all, we are happy to arrange telephone updates. Please contact Gordon about these (see Contacts page).