The Royal Borough of Greenwich will bring Together 23 to Charlton Park on Saturday 10 June. And the best part? Everyone’s invited!
Date: Saturday 10 June
Time: 12 noon to 6pm
Venue: Charlton Park, SE7
Lady Marga MC
Norman Jay MBE
Plumcroft Primary School Choir
Anna Fiorentini’s Performing Arts School
- Chronos One Escape Rooms
- Face painting
- Astronomy telescope
- Forest school
- Mascot meet and greet
- Drumming workshops
Community Village sponsored by CU London Greenwich
- Community stalls
- Soft play
- Stella Page
- Tilly Pantlin
- Tony UrbanSmash
Plus LGBTQ+ Pride tent sponsored by the University of Greenwich, bouncy castles, funfair, Greenwich Get Active Sports Zone, Bars and Street Food, Marketplace, Meet the Council and more...
Plan Your Visit
There is no on-site public parking. Please use public transport, walk or cycle to the event.
Charlton Park is easily accessible by public transport and is on many major bus routes – please visit Transport for London to plan your journey.
Secure bike parking is available. Local streets will be patrolled by parking enforcement teams to prevent illegal and irresponsible parking.
There is limited disabled parking available in Charlton Park car park (next to Charlton Park Academy) on a first come, first served basis.
The event is held on a short mown grass surface.
On site facilities/services include:
· accessible toilets
· wheelchair accessible picnic benches
· raised viewing platform for the main stage
· baby change facilities
· limited blue badge parking (see above)
· a BSL interpreter will be in attendance
Food and drink
Royal Greenwich Together 23 will have stalls selling a wide variety of food and drink for all dietary requirements. The event also has a range of bars and only alcohol purchased on site is allowed to be consumed.
Bring it with you
Feel free to bring your own picnic and picnic blankets. There are picnic benches at the event, available on a first come, first served basis.
Be prepared for the weather. Shade is limited on the event site so please bring sunscreen, sun hats and water. However, this is Britain so you may need raincoats, umbrellas and a jumper…
Leave it at home
Anything that could be considered as a weapon eg knives, fireworks, glass containers.
Alcohol should not be brought on site but can be purchased at the event bars.
Dogs, except official assistance dogs, are not allowed on the event site, but dog walkers are free to use the rest of Charlton Park.
No animals are allowed to be used in performances, for entertainment or as prizes at Royal Borough of Greenwich events.
First aiders will be on site. In the event of accident or injury please inform the nearest member of event staff who will call for help.
Lost children and vulnerable people
If you find or lose a child or vulnerable person, please notify the nearest member of security staff immediately.