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Crawley Borough Council’s continued support for Love Local Jobs’ Dare to Dream programme has helped 1,200 students from six schools in the town. Dare to Dream is an inspirational programme created by the LoveLocalJobs Foundation, a community interest company (CIC), which aims to support the self-awareness,…

Updated: 23 March 2022


A mobile CCTV and ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) camera which can be deployed in crime and anti-social behaviour hotspots has been purchased by the Safer Crawley Partnership. The new camera will be used across the town to defer offending and when crime or anti-social behaviour is reported. It will be…

Updated: 23 March 2022


Crawley Borough Council and Sussex Police are working together to try and reduce the risk posed by careless or inconsiderate users of e-scooters. Councillor Michael Jones, Cabinet member for Public Protection and Community Engagement, and Chief Inspector Shane Baker, Crawley Police, have penned a joint letter to…

Updated: 22 March 2022


DMH Stallard has won the Professional Services Firm of the Year category, sponsored by Crawley Borough Council, at the 14th Gatwick Diamond Business Awards last week (Thursday 17 March). The Crawley-based law firm won the award by consistently delivering exceptional service to their clients, promoting staff welfare…

Updated: 21 March 2022


All year 8 and 9 students in Crawley have attended a Safer Schools event, which aims to raise awareness of drug and knife crime and involvement in gangs and County Lines. The event, attended by 3,000 secondary school students and held at The Hawth over two dates this month, is the inspiration of the Crawley Schools…

Updated: 17 March 2022


Crawley Borough Council is working with Inspirecastle Group on plans to open the Millpond playground as an unsupervised play site later this year. The council is exploring opportunities with Inspirecastle Group to support the community and make the playground the hub of Bewbush and the surrounding areas over the…

Updated: 16 March 2022


The new Crawley Innovation Centre will be located in the former Travel House building in the heart of the Manor Royal Business District. The building, previously occupied by Tui, is in the Crawley Business Quarter on Fleming Way. The 24,594 sq ft office building has now been purchased by Crawley Borough Council…

Updated: 16 March 2022


Crawley Borough Council has awarded a total of £8,290 from its small grants fund to six community organisations. Small grants of between £50 and £2,500 are paid out to groups who aim to foster greater levels of community support and cohesion through their projects and events.  The latest grants are: …

Updated: 15 March 2022


The Employ Crawley Jobs Fair is back, offering residents the chance to find out more about vacancies. The free event is open to all ages and takes place in Crawley Library on Wednesday 16 March from 10am until 3pm. Come along and meet with a wide range of local employers from various industries including retail,…

Updated: 07 March 2022


The panel for Crawley Question Time 2022 has been announced. The free event, which gives residents an opportunity to ask questions about topics important to them, takes place from 7-9pm on Wednesday 9 March at Crawley College in the town centre. Crawley Question Time takes the form of an independently-chaired…

Updated: 02 March 2022