News published September 2018
Residents on benefits urged to sign up now to free school lunches to keep them until 2022
School dinners have come a long way in the past 20 years since Jamie Oliver started his campaign here in Royal Greenwich to make them healthier and more interesting.
Fresh funding for great grassroots projects
The second round of the Greenwich Neighbourhood Growth fund opens today, giving community groups across the borough the opportunity to apply for funding to deliver local improvement projects.
14 month jail sentence for housing association tenant caught subletting
On 3 September 2018, Mr Anthony Rose, 45, was sentenced to 14 months imprisonment for illegally subletting his housing association property for over six years.
Trading standards save the home of two vulnerable siblings
Royal Borough trading standards officers helped prevent two siblings from losing their family home after they were befriended by rogue trader.
Royal Greenwich successfully prosecutes noisy neighbour
A resident who drove neighbours to despair by persistently playing excessively loud music at his home has to pay £750 following a successful prosecution by the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Blood Pressure roadshow returns to Royal Greenwich
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has teamed up with Charlton Athletic Community Trust and The British Heart Foundation for the 'Be Sure of your Blood Pressure' roadshow.
Pledging to keep women and girls safe in Royal Greenwich
The Royal Borough of Greenwich Women's Safety Charter has been launched to send out a clear message that sexual harassment is not tolerated in Royal Greenwich.
Apply now for a primary or secondary school place
The admissions process for children starting primary or secondary school in September 2019 is now open.