Are you unable to or concerned about leaving your home because of Coronavirus?
Do you need someone to help with errands because you are in isolation?
Are you missing human interaction during these uncertain times or feeling a little anxious and would welcome a chat?
Greenwich council has forwarded safeguarding advice for residents who may be vulnerable to abuse and neglect.
The short guide covers how to keep safe at home from rogue traders and scams, as well as support that you can access if you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse.
A resident who has lived on the estate since it was built, we wish her a wonderful day.
Follow the link below for advice from doctors and health experts on how to reduce the risk of catching coronavirus, and how to deal with it if you or someone you know has it.
As part of the National Maritime Museum’s Our Ocean, Our Planet season, artists Emma Critchley and Lee Berwick have created The Space Below, an immersive walkthrough experience in Greenwich Foot Tunnel.
Bringing together sounds from marine animals recorded in oceans around the world, along with human-made sounds, it is their response to the little known issue of underwater sound pollution and how this affects the ability of sea animals to communicate, breed, feed and survive.
The Space Below gives audiences a chance to listen to a rich and fascinating collection of underwater sounds recorded by scientists in oceans around the world.
The installation is open to the public from 7–15 March 2020, 11am–7pm.
Open House London is the world’s largest architecture festival, giving free public access to buildings throughout London. With Vanbrugh Park Estate being designed by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon, a practice renowned for designing the Barbican Estate and Golden Lane Estate, some residents may be interested in applying to become a part of this fantastic event.
If you think your home could be a worthy entrant, register your interest – this year’s Open House London takes place 19 and 20 September.
Designed by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon and completed in 1963, Vanbrugh Park Estate is set on seven acres with a mixture of dwelling types: an eight-storey tower block with 64 flats, low-rise terraced houses, and maisonettes arranged over garages