News published September 2019
Council tax fraudster sentenced and fined £1,500
A project management analyst who defrauded the Council has been sentenced to a hundred hours of community service and fined £1,500.
Free entry to some of Royal Greenwich’s best buildings
The world’s largest annual architecture festival, Open House London, takes place this weekend (21 and 22 September), giving visitors free access to over 800 buildings, walks, talks and tours.
Woolwich to benefit from share of £95 million Historic High Streets fund
Sixty-nine high streets across the country, including Woolwich, will be given a new lease of life thanks to a £95 million Government fund.
Become dementia inclusive this World Alzheimer’s Month
As September marks World Alzheimer’s Month, we're encouraging residents, local businesses and community groups to become more aware and accommodating of the needs of people with dementia.
Fifteen roads in Royal Greenwich to go car free
To celebrate World Car Free Day in Royal Greenwich over fifteen residential streets throughout the borough will be temporarily closed during the days leading up to Sunday 22 September 2019.
You’re hired! Apprentices put through their paces
Twenty-seven potential apprentices visited Woolwich Works, the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s ambitious destination for the arts currently under construction, to get a taster of the careers on site.
Young Royal Greenwich residents given a career boost with the new Mair Garside Bursary Award Scheme
Four specially selected young residents have each been awarded a bursary, worth up to £1,000, from the brand new Mair Garside Education and Career Award.
Response to government Spending Round announcement
Statement from Cllr Danny Thorpe, Leader of the Council.
Join the Blackheath Fireworks crowdfunding campaign
The much-loved Blackheath Fireworks display is under threat this year due to government funding cuts.