News published May 2018
Priority Futureversity booking for children in care
Booking opens soon for free courses and activities for young people during the summer holidays.
Restrictions on the 'crack cocaine' of gambling welcomed
The Royal Borough welcomes restriction on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs).
New leadership for the Royal Borough of Greenwich
Councillor Danny Thorpe has been elected Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Faith inclusion work helps change attitudes towards disabilities
Leaders from a range of faith groups learned how to make their services more inclusive.
Try something new for this year's Volunteers' Week 2018
An opportunity to take up volunteering and help make a difference to somebody's life.
Biggest ever Royal Greenwich Festivals offers something for everyone
From a show on board a VW Campervan in Eltham to Woolwich's very own nightly Soap opera telling local people's stories - this year's Royal Greenwich Festivals is the biggest and best yet.
Tonnes of rubbish cleared from front gardens in Council crackdown
The Royal Borough's ongoing crackdown down on the blight of rubbish filled and untidy front gardens has resulted in more than four tonnes of rubbish being removed.
Shop netted in underage knife sales operation given hefty fine
A store which sold a knife to an underage youngster has been ordered by a court to pay more than £3,500.
Royal Borough recycling crew crowned the best
The team of three won the Collection Crew of the Year Award at a prestigious ceremony.
Enjoy a guided walk around Greenwich during National Walking Month
May is National Walking Month so there's no better time to explore the great outdoors in Greenwich.