News published August 2022
Grants of up to £10,000 available to help make homes energy efficient and cut costs for eligible residents
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has secured funding to help reduce energy costs for eligible homeowners, by making their homes more energy efficient.
We've launched a businesses survey to understand the impact of rising costs on the local economy
The survey is part of ongoing work to support residents, businesses and communities through the rising cost of living.
We've made a £1,000 donation to Avery Hill Foodbank as part of the Greenwich Supports campaign
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has donated £1,000 to Avery Hill Foodbank, which it secured from a production company who are filming in the borough.
Council pays tribute to retiring foster carer after two decades service
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is paying a fond farewell to one of its most dedicated foster carers after over 20 years of support.
Funding bid submitted for £11.7 million restoration of historic Avery Hill Winter Garden
The Royal Borough of Greenwich and local community members are backing a £6.9 million funding bid to restore the Avery Hill Winter Garden to its former glory.
Ukrainian Refugees Welcomed to Greenwich
Friday 22 July saw Woolwich Town hall decked out in blue and yellow to honour the Ukrainian Refugees who have made it to our borough over the last six months.
£3.6 million of funding available to Voluntary and Community groups in Royal Greenwich
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has agreed a total funding pot of £3.6 million per year for the next Voluntary and Community Sector Grant Cycle at its Cabinet meeting on 20 July.