• Greenwich NHW Network

For the third year running, we’re excited to launch the nationwide search in partnership with our friends at Co-op Insurance to find and celebrate some of the UK’s best neighbours.  Our members have told us that to be a great neighbour people share some clear qualities: a willingness to look out for others; being sociable and friendly; offering practical help; and being kind, caring and respectful. In addition to our Neighbour of the Year Award, this year we have a brand-new category, Co-op’s Young Neighbour of the Year. This award will celebrate someone aged 18-24 who has gone above and beyond to help enhance their community and has brought people, young and old, together.

Nominations are now open

If you’ve got someone who ticks all these boxes and more in either category, tell us all about them and how they go above and beyond. Click here to be taken to our nomination form,

where you can share your stories of great neighbourly activities and acts of kindness. The deadline to nominate is 27th October.



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Crimestoppers is offering a reward of up to £1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and charge of those responsible.

We’ve launched a new campaign across the Royal Borough of Greenwich appealing for information from people about offensive graffiti appearing in neighbourhoods across the borough.

The campaign looks to send a clear message that graffiti of any kind is an offence of criminal damage, and perpetrators can be prosecuted.

Importantly, racist graffiti is also classed as a hate crime, which is a serious offence and will not be tolerated.


These incidents have been ongoing for some time, and are believed to be the work of a single perpetrator, who is affiliating themselves with a right-wing group and often uses the tagNF. Graffiti is targeted on street furniture, public walls and residential fencing in the South of the borough. Incidents have been concentrated around roads and streets leading up to and around the A2, including public underpasses. 

Although these may seem like small incidents to some, racist graffiti and sentiment can have a devastating effect on individuals and communities. 

It’s also important to keep in mind that some hate crimes start as smaller incidents, which may escalate into more serious and frequent attacks.

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Greenwich Neighbourhood Watch has been asked if we can donate any old DVDs that you don’t want anymore for the recently housed street population that have gone into temporary accommodation by RBG Street POP Worker.

it will be really great to keep them safe in their properties instead of causing ASB or being a victim of ASB on our streets.

Let us know!!

Thank you

Our Partners


Greenwich Borough Police (METPolice)



Safer Greenwich (Safer Neighbourhood Board)



Greenwich Inclusion Project

Neighbourhood Watch National

The Royal Borough of Greenwich

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