News published March 2018
Apples for Abbey Wood
Schoolchildren helped launch a mini community orchard with apple trees for all to enjoy.
Thousands of poppy seeds planted for First World War centenary
Many thousands of poppy seeds have now been sowed with the help of school children, residents and members of the British Legion at highly visible locations across Royal Greenwich.
Business Awards boost success for local companies
Networking opportunities and the increase in brand awareness provided by the Best of Royal Greenwich Business awards have given a boost to participating businesses.
Business is cleaning up in Woolwich
A new eatery is the latest business to invest in the future of Woolwich town centre.
Everyone's a winner in the first Greenwich Neighbourhood Growth Fund
The winning bidders have been revealed, with community groups across the borough getting money to enhance their local area.
Giant vacuum cleaners to be deployed in town centre clean-up
The four giant vacuum cleaner type machines have arrived as part of our drive to have the cleanest streets in London.
Get help applying for a Blue Badge in Royal Greenwich
Residents will soon be able to gain one-to-one help in applying for a Blue Badge.
Three-year extension for illegal travellers' site ban
A three-year extension to its ban on illegal travellers' camps in all its parks has been secured by the Royal Borough.
Ground-breaking begins on new cafe for the Slade
Work has begun on transforming an unused public convenience on The Slade into a cafe and arts venue.
Driving forward our clear air policy
Eglinton Primary School children educated their parents by talking to them about idling engines and their impact on local air quality.