Croydon talking newspaper
The Croydon Talking Newspaper is a weekly audio version of the Croydon Advertiser edited and read by Roger Bing. It is also accompanied by a local audio magazine read by a rota of presenters.
Children and Young People’s project worker
Croydon Vision is re-launching its Children and Young People’s project and is recruiting a Project Development Worker for 21 hours per week for a fixed-term period of one year. Salary for the post is in the region of £14,700 a year. Closing date for applications is 5pm on 11 November.
The successful candidate will have experience of working with children with disabilities and have the ability to manage all aspects of a project including researching activities and promoting the project with outside agencies.
Application forms and further details can be obtained from the office by calling 020 8688 2486 or by emailing
Calling all Carers
Does someone provide you with any unpaid support? Perhaps you provide unpaid support for somebody else? If so, the Council would value some input. They would be grateful if you could take their survey using the link below. Understanding your views will help the Council to update Croydon’s Carers’ Strategy, assisting them to shape services and priorities in the borough for the next 5 years.
Croydon Vision News October 2016
We’re bidding for
by chief executive Jeff Page
Visionary is the organisation that brings together local sight loss charities across the country. It does an essential job of sharing and publicising good practice in organisations similar to Croydon Vision.
It allows all of the smaller charities to share different ways of working and keeps us up to date with innovations.
I’ve recently been completing an entry form for their annual awards, the results of which are announced at the Visionary conference this month.