News published May 2019
Royal Greenwich Cabinet Portfolios 2019-20
The Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Cllr Danny Thorpe, announced changes to his Cabinet at the Annual General Meeting.
Dance, music, acrobatics and art are taking over Royal Greenwich
Popular annual arts extravaganza the Royal Greenwich Festivals kicks off over the spring bank holiday weekend (25 May) and will feature more than 100 events across the Royal Borough.
Why not become a foster carer with Royal Greenwich?
Over the next two weeks, Royal Greenwich is celebrating the diverse range of individuals making a difference in children’s and young people’s lives through foster care.
Partnership between GLLaB and HER centre is finalist for national award
A unique partnership between the Council’s GLLaB employment service and the HER Centre, a Woolwich-based charity that supports women in crisis, is a finalist for the ERSA Employability Awards.
For fishes sake - take your litter home!
Royal Borough of Greenwich has teamed up with environmental charity Hubbub to bring their “For Fish’s Sake” cube to Royal Greenwich.
Fraudster couple ordered to pay almost £11,000 for tenancy fraud
A fraudster couple has been ordered to pay almost £11,000 for falsely obtaining a two-bedroom council property in Lee, despite owning a three-bedroom house in Sittingbourne.
National Walking Month: getting active is a stroll in the park
May is National Walking Month, so why not seize the opportunity to get outside and explore the sights across our borough.
Residents urged to swap cars for spacehoppers on World Car Free Day
Representatives from 16 London boroughs including Greenwich signed up to a pledge committing them to supporting as many play streets in their boroughs as they can to mark World Car Free Day.
Greenwich proves its small business friendly credentials with award’s shortlisting
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has been shortlisted for the Small Business Friendly Borough Awards in the Best Programme to Reduce Impact of Crime on Small Businesses category.
Help us name the new Creative District in Woolwich
Have your say on what the Royal Borough of Greenwich's ambitious destination for the arts will be called.