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The Royal Borough of Greenwich is committed to improving the health and well-being of everyone who lives, works and learns in our borough. This guide is part of our continuing commitment to improving accessibility across all Royal Borough services. The guide will help people with disabilities, their carers, families and friends find out whether shops, pubs, restaurants and hundreds of other popular Royal Greenwich venues and public buildings are accessible to them, before they set off.
The Asda Community programme is here to help make the community around our store a better place to live, work and grow up in. Every Monday from 11am until 12pm is quiet hour in Asda Charlton. You will be able to complete your shopping in a calm environment that is friendly to people with dementia for example.
Do you know where you can get good quality fruit and veg at a snip? Come along to find great value on a wide range of fresh and tasty seasonal produce for all the family. Where? Our community fruit and veg stalls take place weekly at a number of local venues around the borough, making it easier and cheaper to include more greens in your diet. Stalls run on Tuesday mornings and/or afternoons at the following locations: Children’s…
Dial-a-Ride is a door to door transport service for disabled people who are unable (or almost unable) to use public transport services including buses, trams, London Overground and Underground trains, some or all of the time. If you feel that you need the Dial-a-Ride service, you need to complete our application form. Please note that you will only be eligible for Dial-a-Ride if you live in a London borough.
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At Eleanor Healthcare, we deliver flexible care services designed to provide the right support, at the right time, to a diverse range of clients. From home care designed to help people to live independently at home, to our specialist private ambulance service and health and social care training, all our services are focused on achieving the aims of our mission statement. “Eleanor aims to deliver exceptional quality care, to set the standard in the care sector with a team who have a real passion for delivering client-focused care with dignity and respect,…
The Society exists to stimulate research and interest in the history of Greenwich and its immediate neighbourhood. To this end a programme of illustrated talks is arranged and held during the spring and again in the winter months, guided walks and visits may be occasionally arranged during the summer. The Society publishes annually the Journal of the Greenwich Historical Society which members receive free together with occasional newsletters. Membership is open to all. Please go to our website for further information.