News published February 2021
Royal Borough of Greenwich calls for answers as Government refuses to reveal why schools were told to open
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has backed calls for the Education Secretary to reveal why a select number of London boroughs were ordered to open their primary schools last month.
Holiday meals for February half-term
Healthy food is the name of the game this February half-term, with holiday meals and food and utilities support payments rounding off the end of the Greenwich Together for Winter campaign.
Celebrating women of Royal Greenwich
Royal Greenwich residents are being encouraged to nominate inspirational local women as part of our activity to mark International Women’s Day this year.
Borough-wide charter commits to equality, diversity and inclusion
Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich Cllr Danny Thorpe and Cabinet Member for Culture, Communities and Equalities Cllr Adel Khaireh, today launched the borough’s first Equality and Equity Charter.
Working towards a greener and safer Royal Greenwich - have your say
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is launching proposals to make roads cleaner and safer in the Westcombe Park and Maze Hill Area that residents have the opportunity to feedback on until 8 March 2021.
Community Champions initiative receives £720,000 funding to help in the fight against coronavirus (COVID-19)
Residents who are most at risk from COVID-19 will receive additional help to protect themselves, their families and communities thanks to £720,000 funding towards our Community Champions initiative.
Leader to judge new poetry competition
Budding young poets are being given the chance to have their work celebrated in a new competition that will see the winner’s words carved into stone.
Donated laptops for children in care
Businesses in Royal Greenwich have stepped up to provide vital technology that will help some of the borough’s most vulnerable children learn from home.
Are you set to vote in the next Greater London Authority elections?
Register to vote now so you can have your say in the upcoming Greater London Authority (GLA) election. On 6 May 2021, Londoners will be voting for the next London Mayor and London Assembly.