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Things to do (under 18s) 

Young Greenwich 

Young Greenwich is a place for people who want to have fun, meet new friends, learn new skills and fulfil their potential. 

Young Greenwich is aimed at 10–19-year-olds, or up to 25 for those with Special Educational, Needs & Disabilities. With over 400 sessions a week, activities are free and takes place in four main youth hubs, through our partners, open spaces, parks and recognised programmes such as the Duke of Edinburgh’s award. 

There are specialist youth clubs, after school and holiday sessions designed to get involved with - all with specially trained workers. 

Find out more and get involved on the Young Greenwich website

Greenwich Young People's Council 

Greenwich Young People's Council (GYPC) is a group of elected young people which exists to represent the views of children and young people from across the borough and to influence decision-making within the council. 

You can run for election to be a youth councillor for your school or youth hub. 

Find out more on our website  

Forums for young people  

There are different channels you can use to share your views on issues affecting young people. 

By joining these groups, events or forums, you can raise awareness of specific issues that affect young people, help to improve services, gain new skills and meet new people. 

Find out more on our website  

Adventure play centres  

You can take your child to a free and fun adventure play park in the borough, under the supervision of qualified, experienced play leaders.  

Take your children to a local adventure play centre. 

Holiday Food and Fun 

Using money from the Department of Education, there are free, funded holiday club spaces available for eligible children and young people. If your child is aged between 4 and 16, and receives or is eligible for benefit-related free school meals, they'll be able to claim a spot at one of our participating clubs. 

Find out more on our website

Things to do (over18s) 

Greenwich Get Active 

Being active means getting your heart rate up, breathing faster and feeling warmer. Doing something is better than nothing, but the more you do, the more you benefit. Every minute counts, so make a start today - it’s never too late! 

Get active at Greenwich Get Active  

Enjoy Greenwich  

Find out all the great places to shop, eat, drink; when all the events are happening and where to explore attractions, museums and places of interest that are right on your doorstep.  

The Royal Borough is a beautiful and exciting place to enjoy, with a stunning mix of old and new. 

Find out more at Enjoy Greenwich 

Leisure and gym membership with Better   

You could get a 50% discounted membership at Greenwich Libraries and Leisure Centres (GLL) if you work or study in Royal Greenwich and are eligible.  

Find out if you can join at a discount. 

Greenwich One Card  

You can get a wide range of discounts at libraries and leisure centres, and on products and services at participating local businesses, shops, cafes and restaurants through the Greenwich One Card.  

Get your OneCard.