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Autumn Leaves Clear-Up

Autumn brings stunning scenes across Royal Greenwich as the trees turn red and gold but also creates a large volume of leaf fall to many roads.

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  • Government should grant Mayor and boroughs more power to tackle pollution from construction sites
  • Sadiq demanding new and greater standards for river...

A splash of colour was added to two of Glyndon Estate’s flowerbeds on the morning of 28 September with the planting of some beautiful flowers by Year 4 pupils of Foxfield Primary School.

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  • Government should grant Mayor and boroughs more power to tackle pollution from construction sites
  • Sadiq demanding new and greater standards for river...

There was a bumper turnout at an event organised by the Council to celebrate Bexley’s growing army of volunteer litter pickers this week (26 September).

Volunteers of all ages and from all...

Parents, pupils and teachers from schools across Royal Greenwich all played their part in encouraging more sustainable travel, in support of TfL’s STARS Car-Free Day on 22 September.

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Transport for London (TfL) is asking for views on a proposal for a cycle superhighway that will pass though and transform roads in Deptford.

What is Cycle...

The Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Better Together meetings are back starting on 9 October in Greenwich with a focus on ‘Greener Greenwich’ and how we’re delivering cleaner air and a greener...

Residents in the Royal Borough of Greenwich are being encouraged to think about how they travel, with the introduction of a new scheme that offers the opportunity to borrow an electric bike for a...

  • A new report published 27 September estimates there are thirteen times more hidden homeless people in London than those sleeping rough - as many as 12,500 each night.
  • 225,000 young...

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