Croydon Council wants residents, community groups, and businesses to have their say in the Croydon regeneration.

These activities will "help them learn, have fun, and have a say in the plans for the future of the town centre".

Through surveys and workshops for adults and for young people, residents are invited to share their views and say what they would like to see in the future.

Surveys are available now and will be open until February 28.

Children are also invited to put forward their ideas for the future of the town centre, through the Family Activity Guide where you can submit drawings of how you currently see the town centre and what you would like it to look like in the future.

Children can draw their view of Croydon town centre, a place they like, and a place they dislike.

Walking tours are now available where you can focus on and contemplate the area's specifics.

During these tours, you can map your observations and envision different possibilities.

Residents can be kept up to date and details of all activities can be found on the Croydon Urban Room website.

The feedback from these activities will build on that from past engagements that have used art and creativity to start conversations with unheard groups including families, young people, older people and diverse community groups.

Executive Mayor of Croydon, Jason Perry, said: “Improving our town centre for everyone who lives, works, studies and visits Croydon is a top priority for me, and to make sure we get it right it is essential we understand what people think is important and want to see.

“The range of activities available through the Croydon Urban Room provide options for how people can get involved to make sure your voice is heard in the development of these essential plans.

“So, whether you have five minutes or two hours, this is such an important time to get behind your town centre, so please do get involved.”