Friday, 6 December 2019

Local Art Exhibition

Ashburnham Triangle residents Patrick Morrissey and Hanz Hancock are currently curating an exhibition in the University of Greenwich's Stephen Lawrence Gallery at 10 Stockwell Street. The exhibition features a number of established local artists and is called Possible Architectures. It runs until December 17th,

Wednesday, 4 December 2019

National Plant a Tree Day

 

Eleven residents planted nine tree on Saturday 30th November in beautiful sunshine. The trees are good for the environment as they will capture carbon and pollutants. We planted:

  • A crab apple and flowering cherry by each of Barnstaple and Plymouth Houses.
  • Weeping silver birches in private gardens on Ashburnham Grove and Greenwich South Street.
  • Three  small bay trees in the front garden of a house on Greenwich South Street.

It was a great way to get to know local people.

Tuesday, 3 December 2019

Road Closure Reminder

Road Closure consultation
Just a reminder that the Councils consultation on the Hills and Vales streets closes on the 8th December. Do have you say on the effects and if you think there are better options.
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This year's Advent Windows


Please join us in December to see the 2019 Advent Windows in Greenwich, which is now a beloved Christmas tradition and is in its 13th year. This year’s theme is “Waiting.” Read more about it here. 
Every year St Alfege Church, in the heart of Greenwich, London, runs an “Advent Windows” event whereby the town centre is brought alive by 24 unique offerings in the lead up to Christmas.
Shops, homes, schools and pubs use their imagination and artistry to produce the living Advent Calendar. A newly decorated window will be revealed, or “opened”, on each day of Advent (1st to 24th December) in different parts of Greenwich. A variety of media will be used, including paper art, models, light installations and paintings.
Once all 24 Advent Windows have been opened, seeing all of them usually takes around 3 hours on foot. You can view a programme of the window locations, or read about the window openings after each event on the St Alefege blog
The windows will stay up until Friday, 3 January 2020.

Saturday, 30 November 2019

Poetry Party

Come and hear the ATA’s Mick Delap and his SE London poetry colleagues at Greenwich Library, 7.30pm Tuesday 3rd December. Admission free. Seven poets including Mick, Lorraine Mariner, Sarah Westcott, Kelley Swain and Richard Meier will be reading their work, and selling their books. Interval glass of wine. The event sees the Nevada Street Poets, who Mick invited to join him in a regular poetry writing workshop, celebrating ten years together by publishing a short anthology which provides a useful introduction to their poetry

Saturday, 23 November 2019

Ceramics at Made In Greenwich

Greenwich Park Ceramicists are having a selling exhibition at Made in Greenwich, 324 Creek Rd SE10 9SW from 28th November to 8th December (closed Monday 2nd Dec), 10am-5pm.
You are invited to come along for one-off Christmas presents and to see a diverse range of ceramic work, some by residents from the Ashburnham Triangle. Private view and ‘Meet the Makers’ on Friday 29th November 6 - 8.30pm

Friday, 22 November 2019

The Guildford Arms re-opens on Saturday, November 23rd

The Guildford Arms on Guildford Grove is re-opening on Saturday, November 23rd.
There are new dining rooms and an open kitchen where you can see the chefs make their magic.  The bar is getting an overhaul as well for casual drinkers and diners and the garden has had a makeover as well.
Details: http://www.theguildfordarms.co.uk


Free entry to the Cutty Sark this weekend for residents

When Cutty Sark was launched on 22 November 1869, it was only meant to last 30 years. 150 years on and the ship is still here in Greenwich, open to explore and experience what life was like on board the world's fastest tea clipper.
Celebrate this extraordinary survivor over its birthday weekend, between 22-24 November; for the whole birthday weekend anyone living or studying in Greenwich will be able to visit Cutty Sark for free.
They will also be offering the 150th visitor each day a year's membership to Royal Museums Greenwich. If that's not enough, anyone who joins as a Member at Cutty Sark over the weekend can also enjoy a special discount!
More details: https://www.rmg.co.uk/see-do/exhibitions-events/cutty-sark-150-birthday-weekend

Monday, 18 November 2019

Join us on National Tree Planting Day

The ATA’s Environment and Green Hub need help to plant nine trees in the Ashburnham Triangle on Saturday 30 November. If you think you can help please email Sara at sjemanuel21@gmail.com.

Also, at the recent Climate Concern meeting at the Haddo Community Centre a range of  ideas to help save the planet were presented:

Together we can make a difference.