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The latest Crawley events cancelled by the council over coronavirus



Crawley Council has published the latest list of events that have been cancelled as a result of coronavirus.

They said:

“Following Government guidance and in the interest of slowing the spread of Coronavirus the council has cancelled all events”.

The list includes:

  • Crawley Run Crew 10k in Tilgate park – 29 March
  • Foraging course in Tilgate Park
  • Superhero fun run in Tilgate park – 11 April
  • Scouts promise in Tilgate park – 26 April
  • St George’s day in the High street – 26 April
  • Swim Run in Tilgate park – 8 May
  • Brighton festival “A weekend without walls” – 9 May
  • British Airways Run Gatwick (postponed to 18 October 2020) – 10 May
  • VE party in the High Street – 10 May
  • Carnival funfair – 23-31 May
  • Luna Cinema – 29-30 May
  • Race for Life (postponed until 19 September) – 20 June
  • Bark in the Park (postponed until 12/13 September) – 6/7 June

The council added that they would review the situation at a later date and provide further guidance but the safety of residents and visitors was their number one priority.


Crawley Council launches new website



Crawley Borough Council has launched a brand new website.

The website was updated to ensure it was more accessible for residents and businesses to use.

The site also includes their myCrawley service and whilst the full site is not yet live the most important features that are required will be launched first.

The rest of the site will be launche din stages and there will more improvements and additional features added over the coming months.

The site is accessible at:

A council spokesperson said:

“The new Crawley Borough Council website is a gateway to our digital channels, including myCrawley. It provides clear and accessible information and signposts people to online services. The site is being delivered in stages, to allow us to make the most important features available quickly. Further improvements and new features will follow in the coming months.”

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