Greenwich Society events and meetings in person are suspended for the duration of restrictions associated with the Covid-19 pandemic.

Officers and Executive Committee members are in constant contact and ready to re-start normal business as soon as possible, but in the meantime we are meeting by observing social distancing or on-line

Contact can still be made with individual Society officers - visit the website contact page by entering the full site, from where the latest editions of our Newsletter can also be downloaded

- see the link at the bottom of the page




As part of The Royal Parks' 4-year project to "reveal, restore, protect and share" Greenwich Park's unique heritage, proposals have now been published to turn and under-used part of area of the park into a community learning centre - including a café, classroom, volunteer space and public toilets - supported by a community events programme.

See the proposals (below) and make your comments

 View all the public information boards - click on the image below -


The idea of adopting and improving strips of land which have been neglected for  a long time has caught on and we now have 5 such strips which locals ( hopefully all members of the Greenwich Society!) are working on. If you have a strip of land which you would like to improve could you let us know. We would seek to provide some additional manpower and there is the possibility of obtaining plants and wild flower turf without charge. If you would like to become involved drop Tim Barnes an e-mail at 


Danny Thorpe, Leader of the Council – 11th March at 7pm – Q&A

Jane Harrington, Vice Chancellor, University of Greenwich - 15th April at 7pm



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