News published August 2018
Plaque unveiled to honour Royal Greenwich First World War hero
Relatives and dignitaries joined together on Tuesday 29 August to mark the unveiling of a plaque commemorating a local First World War hero.
Fake 'carer' prosecuted for £24,000 Direct Payment fraud
Royal Borough of Greenwich Anti-Fraud team secure successful prosecution.
Royal Greenwich students celebrate GCSE Results
School pupils in the Royal Borough of Greenwich celebrated receiving their GCSE results on 23 August.
Temporary library for Plumstead to open on 3 September
The temporary library for Plumstead to open its doors on Monday 3 September
Greenwich to go Car Free
To celebrate Car Free Day on Saturday 22 September 2018, the beautiful, historic Greenwich town centre will be opened up for a day of fun for all ages.
Royal Borough Reuse and Recycling Centre going free for residents only
Only Royal Greenwich residents will be able to drop their household recycling and rubbish off for free at the Royal Borough's Reuse and Recycling Centre.
Royal Greenwich students celebrate results day success
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has seen an increase in the number of A Level students achieving A* to B in this year's exams.
Statement on the Government's Housing Green Paper
Statement by Cllr Danny Thorpe and Cllr Chris Kirby.
Learn how to Train Like A Jedi at Royal Greenwich's free summer roadshows
The Council is funding free roadshows across the borough, until 1 September, where kids will be able to pick up a free Train Like A Jedi pack.
Woolwich's £31m Creative District moves another step closer
The Council's ambitious plans to create a landmark destination for the arts in Woolwich's Royal Arsenal has moved another step closer.