News published February 2021
Stay safe as COVID-19 restrictions change
With the end of lockdown now in sight, it’s more important than ever to follow the COVID-19 guidelines, maintain social distancing and observe hands–face–space.
Open letter on schools reopening
Dear parents, carers, and families across Royal Greenwich,
We back hospitality businesses with £3million cash injection
The Council is backing its hospitality businesses with a life raft of grants ringfenced specifically for pubs, restaurants, bars, cafés and hotels in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Leader announces changes to cabinet
Councillor Danny Thorpe, the Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, has announced a change to the cabinet as Cllr Chris Kirby steps down from the Council.
Local writer narrates new High Street Tale for Woolwich in new podcast
A new short story, In Between Days, by local writer Merrie Joy Williams and set in Woolwich, is released as a podcast today.
Half-term meals rounds off Greenwich Together For Winter
Thousands of meals have been given out to school children this half-term as part of the Greenwich Together for Winter campaign.
STATEMENT: Greenwich Park through traffic
Working towards a greener and safer Greenwich is a priority for the Council and this includes reducing the disproportionate impact of traffic across the borough.
Take and Make boxes available this half-term
Hundreds of secondary school aged children in the Royal Borough of Greenwich will pick up a delicious Take and Make box this half-term.
Fairtrade Fortnight goes online for 2021
This year Fairtrade Fortnight, 22 February to 7 March 2021, is running online.
You decide where public money should be spent to avert climate change
Do you care about the environment and climate change and want to do your bit?
Available months for 2021