Thursday, 5 January 2017

Morris dancers at the Ash, 8pm Monday 9th January



Fowlers Molly will be dancing in Greenwich on Plough Monday. 

7.30pm  meet at the Ashburnham Arms, 25 Ashburnham Grove, SE10 8UH
8.00pm  dance there
8.45pm  dance at the Mordern Arms,1 Brand St, SE10 8SP
9.45pm  dance at 9.45pm at the Tolly (Richard I), 52-54 Royal Hill, SE10 8RT

The Green Man prepares to crown King Bean and Queen Pea on Bankside on Tewlfth Night
They will also be part of the Lions Part Twelfth Night celebrations the day before in Southwark, on Sunday January 8th.

http://www.thelionspart.co.uk/twelfthnight/

Their dance will be sometime after 3pm at the George Inn, 77 Borough High St, SE1 1NH.

Be a maker, 19th January


Wednesday, 28 December 2016

New Year's Eve in the Triangle



There'll be a party at the Ash on Saturday night to celebrate 2016 turning into 2017. 

And a free buffet is part of it. We've learnt from fireworks night that Pepi's sandwiches are worth a lot, so to have them for free…

Looks like the Ash is also turning a corner.

Monday, 26 December 2016

End of 2016 bin collections


Changes to collection days during the Christmas and New Year holidays
Usual collection dayRevised collection day
Monday 26 December 2016Tuesday 27 December 2016
Tuesday 27 December 2016Wednesday 28 December 2016
Wednesday 28 December 2016Thursday 29 December 2016
Thursday 29 December 2016Friday 30 December 2016
Friday 30 December 2016Saturday 31 December 2016
Monday 2 January 2017Tuesday 3 January 2017
Tuesday 3 January 2017Wednesday 4 January 2017
Wednesday 4 January 2017Thursday 5 January 2017
Thursday 5 January 2017Friday 6 January 2017
Friday 6 January 2017Saturday 7 January 2017
Monday 9 January 2017Normal collection

If you don't know your usual collection day, use our kerbside collection day finder:

Find your usual kerbside bin collection days

Free collections for real Christmas trees

Royal Greenwich will recycle your real Christmas tree as part of your weekly collection. If you would like us to collect your tree:

  • remove all decorations and the pot
  • place the tree at the front of your property (not in your bin)
  • make sure it is put out before 6am.

If you don't have a green-top bin you can still leave your tree at the front of your property.

If you live in a flat you should leave your real tree by the bin store.

There is no need to telephone for a special collection

Friday, 23 December 2016

ATA Carol Evening great fun and a great success


This year’s ATA Carol Evening proved to be not only great fun for all who took part but we also managed to raise a record amount, £362, for Shelter, the charity for the homeless.
Our thanks to Pepina and Andy at the Ashburnham Arms for the food and hospitality, to Hugo for the roast chestnuts, Barbara for the quiz, and Robin and Janet for their organisation and enthusiasm!



“We wish you a Merry Christmas”

Friday, 16 December 2016

Christmas in the Triangle


Take part in a local Christmas celebration. Come and sing carols in the Triangle streets - or be sung to. Munch mince pies and roast chestnuts beforehand, with mulled wine, and then cottage pie afterwards. And join in with the Christmas quiz. It's fun, and it's for charity.



Saturday, 26 November 2016

Rare office space in the Triangle


The building at the Greenwich High Road end of Egerton Drive
There are two offices available to rent on the corner of Egerton Drive and Greenwich High Road, above the Deborah Ubee Trust.

One is 559m by 430m, large enough to take five large desks.

The other is 280m by 430m, with space for two large desks and several bookcases.
There is also a shared kitched, pictured below right. 
The office kitchen
The offices will be let unfurnished. They are bright and modern, with efficient heating and air conditioning.
Because they are in a purpose-built therapeutic charity, the offices have a staffed reception, mail collection, full disabled access, plus meeting rooms and a small conference space for optional use.
For further information please call Denise Hubble on Tel: 020 8305 6460.
The front door

Friday, 25 November 2016

Save 10% at Trip Advisor's highest-rated London restaurant with your ATA card

TripAdvisor reviewers have ignored London’s expensive dining hotspots to crown our local Greenwich fish and chip shop the best restaurant in town.
The Golden Chippy on Greenwich High Road hit number one spot on the website on Monday, with one breathless reviewer urging diners to “forget what you believed about fish and chips”.
With a string of similar comments commending the chippy the venue is currently ranked higher than more celebrated restaurants in town. Read more about Chris and his team in this Evening Standard article and don’t forget to show your Ashburnham Triangle Association card next time you order for a generous 10% reduction on your bill!