Bare PR (a Croydon based PR company) has today published a white paper (industry speak for a report that gives information or proposals on a specific issue!) about the recovery of post-pandemic Croydon.
As Lorraine Bridges, Founder of Bare PR, explains; “the paper explores some key themes that have emerged from talking to people and groups across the borough, from businesses, creatives, local leaders, community bodies and entrepreneurs”.
Rather than a formal consultation, the ‘Croydon Comeback’ brings together reflections on the future of Croydon as it slowly ‘reopens’ from the second wave of the Covid pandemic. The opportunities, challenges, hopes and fears.
In addition to putting out an open invitation (via social media) for residents to contribute, Bare PR also spoke to numerous Croydon stakeholders including: Croydon Council, Croydon Town Centre BID, StartUp Croydon, Sussex Innovation, Boxpark Croydon, Hammerson, Croydon College, Sarah Jones MP, East Croydon Cool, The Croydonist, Whitgift School, Royal Russell School, Sunrise Homes, Croydon Minister, Volunteer Centre Croydon, London Mozart Players, Stanley Arts, Turf Projects, Matthews Yard, Nexus Creative Hub, TMRW hub, Bianca Miller-Cole, Mayor of Croydon, Youth Mayor of Croydon, Loyle Carner, Shaniqua Benjamin, Croydonites Festival, Evolve Housing, Lohana Complex, Faiths Together in Croydon, House of Reeves, Croydon FM and Legacy Youth Zone.
We were delighted to add our two pennies worth 😉
Read what we all had to say by CLICKING HERE.
Reckon we’ve missed something? What are your thoughts on the biggest opportunities for Croydon’s social, economic, environmental and cultural recovery? Leave your comments below or on our social media post.