News published March 2019
Offenders are helping to make a difference with community payback
When someone commits a crime, the effect can reach far and wide across the community – we're proud to work with the London Community Rehabilitation Company so offenders can 'payback' the borough.
Statement on New Zealand Mosque Attacks
Statement from Cllr Chris Kirby, Cabinet Member for Housing, and Andy Carter, Superintendent South East BCU – Lewisham, Greenwich & Bexley, Metropolitan Police Service
All the fun of the Fairtrade
Families across the borough got to experience the serious and fun side of Fairtrade at the family workshop events on Sunday (10 March).
Fairtrade family fun
Find out how you can give farmers a sweet and fair deal at the Fairtrade family workshop on Sunday (10 March).
Idling is no idle threat says Plumcroft Primary School
Children from Plumcroft Primary School took to the streets to educate their parents and other local drivers about idling engines and their impact on local air quality.
Vehicle seizure notice - SS54 HHH
A Ford Transit van, SS54 HHH, was seized at 6.40pm on 28 February 2019 at Ingledew Road SE18.
Greenwich Islamic Centre opens its doors
On Sunday 3 March Greenwich Islamic Centre, on Plumstead Road, opened its doors to local people from all faiths and backgrounds as part of Visit My Mosque Day 2019.
Wild Homes for Wildlife in Sutcliffe Park
We are partnering with the new Ikea store in Greenwich to upcycle old products to create wild homes for local wildlife
International Women's Day events
Celebrate women's achievements and forge a more gender balanced world
Get on course to learn something new
A variety of courses for adults are being showcased at a learners Open Day on Friday 8 March.