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Crawley Borough Council is encouraging residents to get involved with Cycle to School Week, which runs from 3 to 7 October. The annual event, previously known as Bike to School Week, is back for 2022. It’s an opportunity for residents to save money, get healthier and protect the environment, as well as have lots of…

Updated: 29 September 2022


Junior Citizen, an event which teaches children life skills and how to stay safe, has taken place for the 30th time this year. The long-running event, held at The Hawth, is organised by Crawley Borough Council for more than 1,500 year 6 students in the town. Junior Citizen gives children advice on how to…

Updated: 28 September 2022


Have you seen The Leonardslee Earth yet?  It is a seven metre diameter, air-filled replica planet on display inside County Mall Shopping Centre until Monday 26 September. The picture you see of the earth's surface has been created from thousands of satellite images of the planet's continents and oceans…

Updated: 23 September 2022


Crawley Borough Council has introduced a new, easy way to park and pay at Crawley Hospital and Orchard Street surface car park with the MiPermit Pay and Stay cashless parking payment system. In addition to paying by cash or card, parking can be paid for via a smartphone app, online portal, text or phone call and…

Updated: 22 September 2022


In view of Monday 19 September being declared a national bank holiday for the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, many Crawley Borough Council buildings and services will close or operate differently as a mark of respect. For council buildings, the main changes are as follows: The Town Hall will be…

Updated: 14 September 2022


Her Majesty the Queen visited Crawley a number of times during her reign (1950, 1958, 1969, 1982, 1988 and 2006). In 1950, the then Princess Elizabeth opened Manor Royal, the main road through Crawley’s industrial estate. The name had been kept a secret because it had been chosen by the Princess after looking at an…

Updated: 09 September 2022


Crawley Borough Council joins the nation in mourning the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. The Union flag outside the Town Hall has been lowered to half-mast and marks the start of the period of national mourning. , A book of condolence is available to sign in the Town Hall foyer from 10am until 4pm on…

Updated: 08 September 2022


Crawley Borough Council, on behalf of 10 local authorities, has successfully bid for money to support its work in responding to Gatwick Airport’s proposal to bring its northern runway into routine use. The council has secured £90,000 funding from the government’s Innovation and Capacity Fund to appoint a range of…

Updated: 02 September 2022


Crawley Borough Council has launched a consultation on Goffs Park to shape how it manages and invests in the park in the future.  Starting today (Thursday 1 September), the four-week consultation aims to better understand what residents, visitors and stakeholders love about the park and their aspirations for…

Updated: 01 September 2022


Crawley Borough Council has pioneered a strategy to retrofit water saving devices into its existing housing stock in order to unblock two new affordable housing schemes that are required to be “water neutral”.   In an initial pilot, 100 existing council properties have been retrofitted with a flow-regulating…

Updated: 01 September 2022