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East Greenwich

Relaxed riverside living offering splendid parkland, cosy pubs and independent cafés

"Sit back and take in the sites from south east London's modern penthouses...."

Divyesh Bhanderi

"A place so integral and central to modern science, you can learn so much at Royal Greenwich Observatory."

Divyesh Bhanderi

"Having a picnic, chatting with friends or just reading a book in the sun..Greenwich Park is bliss on a sunny day!"

Chris Venter

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Where do East Greenwich locals go?

The Cutty Sark

A really cosy pub, animal friendly, dining with a view and the best Sunday lunches in Greenwich!

Susan Clark Interiors

A lovely independent interiors shop, selling fab pieces of furniture, fabrics, small gifts and unique cards.

Island Gardens

Get away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy a picnic, dog walking or simply reading a book - but don't let the lovely views distract you!

Greenwich Park

Going for a run is never dull with this on your doorstep...

National Maritime Museum

Lots of quirky installations, a great little café and an ice cream parlour here too!

Royal Observatory Greenwich

The observatory is a great place for all ages to visit. There are usually a number of exhibitions for all ages giving a history of time and space and the architecture is wonderful. During the evening you can see the green laser across the sky that shows the meridian line.

Paul Rhodes Bakery

Delicious baked goods, friendly staff, yummy hot drinks and you can the watch the world go by at the Royal Navel College opposite.

Greenwich Foot Tunnel

One of the last remaining historic parts of Canary Wharf, the tunnels were built under the Thames to connect Greenwich and London Docklands.

Cutty Sark

Not only the venue for the Greenwich office Xmas jumper photo, you can get up close to the clipper and visit the museum of her history. Also

Greenwich Market

A busy market with delicious food stalls and unusual gifts. Something for everyone!

The Gipsy Moth

An after work pint after a tough day in The Wharf? The Gypsy Moth pub is a favourite mooring. With riverside vistas and historical importance, Greenwich is best enjoyed with a pint of Meantime.

Heap's Sausages

Head here for the best breakfast in Greenwich! A great local family-run business...

Hardys

Hardys sweet shop in the centre of Greenwich is just like Willy Wonka's!!

Al Pancino at The Spread Eagle

Amazing food and service. The best Italian food in Greenwich.

Papa Charlie

Mediterranean food in the heart of Greenwich along bustling Greenwich Church Street. A wide and varied menu of dishes and cuisines and a great place for all the family.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Greenwich, Isle Of Dogs, North Greenwich, Blackheath, Deptford, Charlton, Canary Wharf, Poplar, New Cross and Kidbrooke

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"Each year the London Marathon starts from three different locations in Blackheath. The marathon was first introduced in 1981 with 6,747 runners, whilst now there are over 37,000."

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Chinese Tuition


Are you ready to start an adventure to the Chinese world? Are you new to Chinese language and want to learn more about it? Are you stuck at the same level for a long time and want to break through? If any of your answer is YES here's the place for you! * Time commitment: - For your best learning result it's suggested that you have at least 1.5 hours tuition and another 2 hours home study per week. * Availability: - Fairly flexible with enough notice Website

Family yoga

Mycenae House Community Centre,
Family yoga is natural progression from post natal recovery yoga. They include sequences with rhymes and songs, along with movements, which can be shared with mum or adult carer. Stimulating digestion, respiration, circulation, dexterity as well as their listening skills, the classes are also great for developing social interaction. Website

Penelope Fitstar Bootcamp for Mums

East Greenwich Pleasaunce
Friendly, fun outdoor bootcamp classes to get you bikini fit. We don't shout or intimidate but encourage you to push yourself. Lots of fatburning and toning of all the areas women want to tone (abs, thighs, upper arms, backs, waist). Please bring water and a towel to put on the ground for ab work. We're there all weathers, its fine in the rain with a waterproof jacket. Plenty of chat and gossip to take your mind off the hard work.... Website

Pregnancy yoga

Mycenae House Community Centre
The course offers suitable and relevant yoga practices to promote a sense of well being during this important time and are an ideal way of practicing an energising, effective, subtle yoga practice, reaping benefits for both mother and unborn child. It is sometimes possible to attend sessions on a drop in basis. Cost £12.50 Website

Post natal recovery yoga for Mums & babies

Mycenae House Community Centre
Post natal recovery yoga for Mums and babies is a lot of fun - very informal & a great way to revitalise body, mind & spirit after labour & birth & to help with the major demands of being a mother. Babies love the songs and movements practiced with them, which help with their respiration, circulation and digestion. Website

David Stinson Theatre School

Invicta Primary School
The first David Stinson Theatre School was launched in Hackney, East London. We now have other schools throughout London with more opening in the new year. We will also be launching schools throughout the whole of the United Kingdom. Each school offers training in dance, drama, singing and musical theatre, making all of our students 'triple threat' performers which is extremely important in todays extremely competitive business.
  1. About East Greenwich

    So named by Danish settlers, Greenwich means the 'green place on the bay'. The settlement later became known as East Greenwich to distinguish it from West Greenwich or Deptford Strond, the part of Deptford adjacent to the Thames, but the use of East Greenwich to mean the whole of the town of Greenwich died out in the 19th century. However, Greenwich was divided into the registration subdistricts of Greenwich East and Greenwich West from the beginning of civil registration in 1837, the boundary running down what is now Greenwich Church Street and Crooms Hill, although more modern references to "East" and "West" Greenwich probably refer to the areas east and west of the Royal Naval College and National Maritime Museum corresponding with the West Greenwich council ward.

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