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The Big Conversation survey

Have your say on each of the six big conversation topics using our survey.

Young people survey

This is a special edition of the survey for 11 to 21 year olds.

Map your gems

Use this map to tell us about the cultural gems on your high street. And see what others have included.

Your physical and mental health

Tell us what you find makes a positive difference to your physical or mental health.

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Photo: leader of the council, Cllr Tony Newman and Chair of the Climate Crisis Commission, Miatta Fahnbulleh   Last year, along with other cities and towns, Croydon declared a climate emergency. This was an important step in terms of officially recognising the critical situation we are in – not just in Croydon but across the globe. As leader of the council it is important to me that we respond not just with words, but with actions, and that’s what we are doing. Over 70 people, representative of our borough, have been taking part in our first ever citizens’ assembly, giving

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Councillor Tony Newman

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  My company, Peddle My Wheels, was formed in 2012. From the outset I wanted to show that a business could be financially stable whilst always adhering to sustainable and ethical practices. The primary focus of Peddle My Wheels is to help get people cycling by providing affordable, easy to access bicycles of all types, and to support the person with cycle training to increase confidence and safety when cycling on the roads. We do this by running schemes such as our secondhand bike markets and our Try Before You Bike scheme. Bike markets: we run the bike markets in

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Conversation topics

Dame Judi Dench at the opening of Fairfield Halls

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We know that when we support Croydon’s talent it soars – and we all benefit.

Oscar Jennings outside his home

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We want to make sure Croydon is a place that everyone can call home.

Young people from the Choose Your Future campaign

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People who know, support and respect each other are part of stronger and safer communities.

Surrey Street

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We need to be ready with the skills and infrastructure to power a successful local economy.

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Talking, supporting and helping each other makes people happier and reduces the need for specialist care.