Jeet Bains is your Councillor in Addiscombe East ward where he has lived for more than thirty years. Jeet has been a Councillor in Croydon since 2010 and takes a keen interest in helping local residents and businesses with any issues they have.
Mario Creatura is a lifelong Croydon resident and has been a Coulsdon Councillor since 2014. He was state educated locally before being the first in his family to go on to university. He is married to Amy, a local SEN teacher, and they are parents to twin boys.
Lynne Hale has lived in Sanderstead for 30 years. She worked locally as a healthcare professional for over twenty years before, having settled her three children into their Croydon schools, she moved into politics.
Yvette Hopley has lived in and around Sanderstead all her life. From an education in a local state school she went on to spend almost ten years working in public and government relations for an American Oil company. Yvette lives with Chris and has a daughter Natasha and grandson Hugh.
Jason Cummings has been a Croydon Central resident for over 25 years. Married to Rachel with two adult children both born here in Croydon. With a 20 year management career and experience of having worked at the heart of government.
Living in Croydon all of my life has instilled a strong sense of passion for Croydon and its future. I have always been active in many of the local campaigns and projects, growing up in an area which prides itself on its Community spirit, and the ability to show a united front against issues that are important to the local residents.
Maria Gatland has lived and worked in South Croydon for more than 30 years. During that time she helped run the family business and cared for her husband during his long illness. Maria has worked hard to help and support residents in her ward since 2002.
At Lunch time on the 11th November I joined with representatives from Talawa and residents from across Croydon in the Central Library for the launch of 'Our Croydon' a multi venue exibition across Croydon that explores they ways in which different communities tell their stories from generation to
It has been another exciting period to be the Cabinet Member for Communities and Culture in Croydon. It was a great pleasure to join with the team at Croydon Drop In and Cllr. Yvette Hopley at the launch their new talk bus in North End recently.
Marie Curie came in to talk to The Mayor, myself and officers about how they could support End of Life Care for residents in Croydon. It is important that we work with the Integrated Care Board and all other partners in ensuring that the statutory duties relating to palliative and end of life ca
It was a pleasure to join with Birdgang Ltd, Dance Umbrella and the local community at their rehearsals for their sell out show Family (DYS) Function which takes place this Saturday (Oct 21st) at Stanley Halls. The audience is in for a real treat.
Last week was another busy week as Croydon continued to celebrate its year as the London Borough of Culture. On Tuesday 3rd October it was a joy to join with Mayor Perry and Cllr. Kolade to celebrate the launch of Black History 365.