Updated: Jun 6, 2021

Neighbourhood Watch week is here and we are delighted to announce a whole series of events online for you and your communities to participate in.

Neighbourhood Watch week is 5th-11th June and Greenwich Neighbourhood Watch Network has a online event for each of the weekdays.

Monday - We talk about connect our communities post Covid and exploring ways that we can do this with sensitivity and compassion.

Tuesday 8th June - Again Vehicle crime has been at the forefront of crimes being committed in our borough. So this workshop helps us know how to reduce the risk and also highlights the recent surge in Catalytic Converter crime.

Wednesday 9th June - We will be exploring Personal Safety. This is a topic which has also been highlighted following recent events and we would like to enable our communities to feel safer when walking our streets.

Thursday 10th June - As our communities get busier, we will indeed see a rise in Anti-Social behaviour and this workshop explains what it is and what we can proactively do to reduce the risk.

Friday 11th June - We welcome back a great speaker PC Tom Lee from the MET police Cyber Protect unit to talk about how we can identify the signs of Cyber crime, scams and understand the difference between Smishing, Phishing and Vishing.

Please not this event is from 6pm.

How you can get involved:

  • BOOK your place at any of these events, please visit our EVENTS page to book your FREE space.

  • SHARE these events with your neighbours, friends and community groups, ward councillors, schools, local policing teams etc

  • SHARE the events over your social media pages

Best wishes


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We are currently looking for Coordinators that live in the Woolwich and surrounding area who would like to meet the new Town Centre team.

They are eager to meet with you to do that you can also feed information to them and also from them

We are looking for an evening in person meeting in September and we are asking for anyone who would be interested in attending.

Would you be interested in attending a meeting with the Town Centre Team

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Best wishes to you all


As we know sheds are targets this time of year with the high value items such as Lawn Mowers being left and often we do not lock our sheds, just shut them.

So we are asking our residents to to check their Shed’s every Sunday to ensure they are secure.

Also as this hot weather continues, please also check them for neighbourhood pets that make have sneaked in there to shelter from the sun.

Stay safe during this hot weather and please check on vulnerable people in your street and family friends and colleagues too.