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The demise of winter and revival of spring will be celebrated at the end of the month with a free weekend arts festival funded by Crawley Borough Council.Spring Forward is a community led light and sound installation marking the changing seasons. Arts charity Same Sky is producing it and will be in Crawley ahead of…

Updated: 07 February 2024


New toilet blocks have been approved for two playgrounds in Crawley to replace temporary toilets installed when each of them was  re-opened.It means about £107,000 will be spent between the Cherry Lane and Millpond adventure playgrounds.A vacant building at the Cherry Lane site will be reconfigured, and a new…

Updated: 06 February 2024


Crawley Question Time is back for another year, giving residents an opportunity to ask questions about topics important to them.The event – now in its 19th year – takes place from 7pm to 9pm on Wednesday 20 March in the Town Hall.Crawley Question Time takes the form of an independently-chaired general debate and…

Updated: 06 February 2024


Council tenants and leaseholders are invited to meet the Housing Ombudsman for England, Richard Blakeway.  You will hear more about the free support the organisation can provide to help you resolve housing management issues.  The event will take place on Friday 8 March 2024 from 1pm to 2pm at Crawley Town…

Updated: 02 February 2024


Crawley Borough Council has drawn up a balanced budget for the coming year, despite overwhelming difficulties caused by the town’s housing pressures.A meeting of the Cabinet on Wednesday evening approved the £17.9 million income and spending plan. It will go before a meeting of the Full Council on 21 February,…

Updated: 02 February 2024


The Broadfield area went through a January clearance when a Crawley Borough Council team went en masse to revitalise a wooded area.Fourteen of the South Patch team, nearly all the staff of 19, headed in with hedge cutters and mulchers and emerged with huge amounts of fly-tip, brambles, dead shrubs and loose timber…

Updated: 01 February 2024


Councillors and community representatives came together to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2024 on Saturday 27 January.The Mayor of Crawley, Councillor Jilly Hart, planted a tree at the event in Memorial Gardens and read out the Holocaust Memorial Day statement of commitment.Holocaust Memorial Day was established on 27…

Updated: 30 January 2024


Crawley magistrates have ordered a man to pay £1,180 of fines and other costs after refusing to put his dogs on leads in a regulated area of Tilgate Park.His criminal record now shows two offences of failing to comply with a Public Space Protection Order, which was introduced over part of the park in September 2022.A…

Updated: 30 January 2024


Public consultation will begin on Monday (29 January) for two new housing developments planned by Crawley Borough Council to make use of brownfield land.Construction at Bristol Close in Pound Hill and Lansbury Road in Broadfield could provide 18 affordable homes for rent, with a combination of maisonettes and flats in…

Updated: 25 January 2024


A Tree Planting Strategy has been approved by Crawley Borough Council, the first time the authority has taken this step. The town is blessed with about 250,000 trees owned by the council, and tens of thousands more which are publicly and privately owned. It means that Crawley is well above the national average for…

Updated: 19 January 2024