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In a record-breaking year for the Green Flag Award, as the scheme marks its Silver Jubilee, five of Crawley Borough Council’s parks have been celebrating continued success. The Memorial Gardens, Worth Park, Goffs Park, Ifield Mill Pond and Tilgate Park are among the winners, continuing a long run of awards for the…

Updated: 25 October 2021


Crawley Borough Council has a new, open access small grants scheme and invites not-for-profit groups to apply. This new funding opportunity has no deadline for applications and aims to foster greater levels of community connectivity and cohesion. These grants – from £50 up to £2,500 – are awarded for community…

Updated: 21 October 2021


Crawley will apply for city status – on the 75th anniversary of the new town – and the council wants to hear what you love and makes you proud about the town. Crawley Borough Councillors have agreed to enter the Civic Honours competition, part of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, at a meeting last night …

Updated: 21 October 2021


Retailers can apply for up to £4,000 to spruce up their shop fronts or stores as part of the West Sussex Retail Hub, a project between borough and district councils in West Sussex. The grant is open to more than 100 independent retail businesses in the town centre and neighbourhood parades. Applicants can apply for…

Updated: 20 October 2021


A Crawley Borough Council housing development has been named after Royal Marine Scott Summers from Crawley, who died in action in Afghanistan in 2007 aged just 23. The affordable rent housing development, which consists of six maisonettes and three flats, has been named Scott Summers Court. Located on Woolborough…

Updated: 15 October 2021


Crawley Borough Council’s continued support for Love Local Jobs’ Dare to Dream programme has helped 200 students from two more schools. Dare to Dream is an inspirational programme created by the LoveLocalJobs Foundation, a community interest company (CIC), which aims to support the self-awareness, resilience,…

Updated: 14 October 2021


Crawley Borough Council is exploring the possibility of applying for city status on the 75th anniversary of becoming a new town. Councillors will discuss whether to enter the Civic Honours competition, which is part of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, at a meeting on Wednesday 20 October. The Civic…

Updated: 13 October 2021


Kingsgate Car Park in Crawley town centre is to close from Monday (11 October) for a two-month refurbishment. The car park, in Kingsgate opposite the Memorial Gardens, is owned by Crawley Borough Council and has been leased to National Car Parks (NCP). NCP will hand back the car park to the council on Monday;…

Updated: 08 October 2021


Improvements to Crawley’s Historic High Street are helping to create a vibrant café culture and reduce anti-social behaviour. Three of the large planters, which had been used to conceal items and attracted anti-social behaviour, have been removed by Crawley Borough Council at the request of High Street businesses…

Updated: 06 October 2021


Crawley Borough Council is sponsoring the Professional Services Firm of the Year award at the 14th Gatwick Diamond Business Awards. The council provides a wide range of services to more than 3,400 businesses across the borough, supporting and promoting them by organising events and initiatives. It aims to…

Updated: 04 October 2021