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60+ London Oyster photocard

If you are aged 60 or over, and live in London, you may be eligible for a 60+ London Oyster photocard. A 60+ London Oyster photocard allows you to travel for free on London public transport, from the age of 60, up until you qualify…

The Care Act 2014

Information on changes to adult social care Adult care and support services are changing because of new legislation known as The Care Act.  The act brings together all previous pieces of law relating to 'care and support services'. Care and support services include help with…

Hospital Travel Costs

If you are receiving NHS treatment under the care of a consultant, you can get help with the necessary cost of travel to hospital. Who can get help? You can get help if you or your partner receive: Income Support income-based Jobseeker's Allowance Pension Credit…

Moving More

Being active can help us look good, feel good and improve our fitness. It’s also a great way to have fun, socialise, lift your mood and help reduce the stresses of everyday life. Being active means getting your heart rate up, feeling warmer and making…

Publically Available IT Support

Free IT services are available at libraries throughout the borough. Greenwich library members are able to use PCs in order to access the internet, apply for support or print out information (please note there is a charge for printing services). Below you will find more…

Royal Borough of Greenwich - Families Information Service

Greenwich's Families Information Service  provides free impartial information and signposting on local services services availble to children, young people and families in Greenwich. The service can assist with: Choosing a childminder - make sure that your child is in safe hands with advice on finding a registered…

Royal Borough of Greenwich - Families Information Service: Children's Centres

Children's Centres are located across Royal Greenwich, providing integrated universal, targeted and specialist services for families with children under 5. Services include childcare and early learning, family support, midwifery and health visiting, breastfeeding support, immunisation, services and activities for disabled children, fathers groups, young parent…

What is Choice and Control?

Choice and Control is a new way of thinking about how you arrange your care and support. It is designed to help you to receive services in a way that suits you and your family, and offers you more control over the way your services…
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