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Goffs Park’s kiosk reopens

The kiosk in Goffs Park is now open and offering visitors the chance to buy light refreshments. Newly branded as The Café, an independent business has taken over the running of the kiosk from Crawley Borough Council which last opened in late summer 2019. The Café is offering a range of snacks, drinks and ice…

12 August 2020

Have your say on walking and cycling plan for Crawley

Crawley Borough Council has published a draft long-term plan for a network of cycle routes in the town and wants to hear what you think. During the pandemic we are all finding out how important walking and cycling is for personal and public health, mobility and in reducing traffic problems, but the council was…

07 August 2020

Opportunities on offer with town centre development

Crawley Borough Council’s contractor Kier has pledged to offer a range of employment and skills opportunities to local residents. The contractor is currently building the council’s new Town Hall and commercial offices. This project is part of an agreement the council has entered into with Westrock, who will oversee…

06 August 2020

Lots of half-price dining on offer in Crawley

More than 30 Crawley businesses have already signed up to offer half-price dining from Monday (3 August) as part of the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme. The scheme enables customers to get a 50 per cent discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink-in (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner), every Monday,…

29 July 2020

Play Service support on offer over the summer

Crawley Borough Council’s Play Service is offering community support and structured play sessions over the summer. The town’s Adventure Playgrounds will be closed for open access but the Play Service, along with Crawley Town Community Foundation and Sussex Cricket Foundation, are offering fun-packed activity…

27 July 2020

Information for residents from Crawley Borough Council, Public Health West Sussex and Public Health England

We were notified of an outbreak of Covid-19 at The Downsman pub in Crawley earlier this week and since then Public Health England has been organising contact tracing of staff and customers. There are 16 confirmed cases of coronavirus with a link to the pub and while this is a relatively small number and may not be…

24 July 2020

New Mayor for Crawley 2020/21

The new Mayor of Crawley is Councillor Francis Guidera. Councillor Guidera was elected Mayor at the Annual Crawley Borough Council meeting on Wednesday 15 July. Cllr Guidera was first elected to represent Tilgate ward in 2015 and was re-elected in 2019. He was born at Crawley Hospital in 1975 and attended…

24 July 2020

Town Hall to reopen for appointments only

Crawley Borough Council is offering a limited, appointment-only service at the Town Hall from Wednesday (22 July). The Town Hall, on The Boulevard, has been closed since 24 March following government guidance. It will reopen for you to pay in cash if you’re unable to pay via our other channels, drop-off or…

21 July 2020

Be a good neighbour

As we spend more time at home, it is more important than ever for residents to be considerate and supportive of their neighbours. Many of us have had to adjust to new routines and ways of living due to the pandemic and as a result, may not be aware of the impact this has on our neighbours.  From regular,…

17 July 2020

Tilgate Nature Centre to reopen on Monday

The animals are getting ready to welcome visitors back to Tilgate Nature Centre! Crawley Borough Council’s hugely-popular visitor attraction – located in beautiful Tilgate Park and home to more than 100 different species – will reopen on Monday (20 July) to visitors with pre-purchased tickets only. All entry…

17 July 2020