News published October 2018
Arrears win for Welfare Rights Service
Disabled and ill residents are celebrating after each receiving up to £20,000 in benefits arrears - thanks to a successful campaign instigated by the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Help make Royal Greenwich even safer and friendlier for people with a learning disability
Living with a learning disability can change how people experience everyday things. It is easy to feel scared or nervous when out in the community, but hard to know where to go for help.
Royal Borough hosts events to keep adults safe in the community
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is asking residents to be extra vigilant this November for Safeguarding Adults Month.
Local artists headline contemporary print fair
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair will return from 22 to 25 November to showcase the work of more than a dozen local artists alongside over 300 of the world’s finest printmakers.
Funding door opens for voluntary groups in Royal Borough
Voluntary and community groups in the Royal Borough of Greenwich are now being invited to apply for almost £3m of grants to deliver services for the community.
Royal Borough signs up to halt modern slavery
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has pledged to extend its support for victims of modern slavery and human trafficking.
Register to attend the Leader and Deputy Leader Question Time
Residents can put their questions about the borough directly to the Leader and Deputy Leader at the return of the Council's Question Time style event next month.
Free meals for kids in half term
Kids in Greenwich don't have to worry where their next meal is coming from this half-term as the council's mobile kitchen Autumn Feast returns to serve up another round of healthy free meals.
Royal Borough faith leaders sign community cohesion pledge
Leaders of faith groups from across the Royal Borough have joined together to pledge to foster community cohesion and religious understanding.
Council crackdown on cars and criminals
Enforcement Officers from the Royal Borough of Greenwich were at the forefront of a large scale joint operation on the New Lyndenburg Industrial Estate in Charlton.