Community Champions initiative receives £720,000 funding to help in the fight against coronavirus (COVID-19)
Residents who are most at risk from COVID-19 will receive additional help to protect themselves, their families and communities thanks to £720,000 funding towards our Community Champions initiative.
Project Hope JustGiving page launched
A new Project Hope JustGiving fund has been launched by Charlton Athletic Community Trust to raise money to go towards supporting local NHS staff and patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich
An open message from the Mayor of Royal Greenwich
I am writing to you as a resident of our borough facing the enormous challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to all of our doorsteps.
Project Hope: Helping to support our NHS staff
A joint letter from the leaders of the Royal Borough of Greenwich and Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust asking residents and local businesses to support NHS staff at this crucial time.
Keeping residents COVID-safe this New Year and beyond
During the festive season, extra COVID stewards from the Council have been working with the public to advise on staying safe and following the guidelines.
Message to businesses from Cllr Danny Thorpe, Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich
Local businesses are the lifeblood of our local economy, and we are trying to do all we can to help you in these extraordinarily difficult times.
Funding awarded for Royal Greenwich Streetspace plans
We have been awarded £1.266 million of funding to improve the streets of Royal Greenwich to help maintain social distancing.
Paying tribute to the staff who have kept our schools open during the pandemic
On 4 June, Cllr Danny Thorpe, Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, and Cllr Matthew Morrow, Cabinet Member for Children’s Services, visited Willow Dene, Royal Greenwich’s special school.
Beresford Square Market to reopen on 8 June
From Monday 8 June 2020, a further 18 traders will return to Beresford Square Market.
Keeping our climate change response on track
Despite some of the environmental benefits we’ve seen as a result of the lockdown, we know this isn't the long-term answer to addressing the climate emergency. But maybe we can take something from it.
Statement on the reopening of schools in the borough
During the COVID-19 crisis the majority of Royal Borough of Greenwich Schools have remained open for children who are vulnerable and for those whose parents are key workers.
Emergency coronavirus funding announced for Greenwich voluntary sector
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is providing funding to support voluntary and community organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus COVID-19: Latest updates
Many council services are reduced or disrupted. Check our coronavirus page for the most up-to-date information. Read the latest and sign up for updates.