Saturday 10 September 2022

ATA 2022 Street Party cancelled

Dear all,

Following the sad news of the death of the Queen, the country is now in a period of mourning. Her Majesty’s funeral is likely to take place either on the day of our planned street party next weekend or shortly afterwards. In the circumstances I am sure you will understand our decision to cancel the event this year. We shall rearrange the party to take place in 2023.


Roger, ATA Chair

Sunday 4 September 2022

Safer Neighbourhood September update

The Greenwich West Safer Neighbourhoods Panel met in person on Thursday 1st September. Below is a summary of that meeting

Ashburnham Triangle

Theft from motor vehicles - do not leave belongings or valuables in your cars - chance thieves. Some vehicles are being targeted so consider additional measures if you have a high value car.

Greenwich High Road
New CCTV has been installed opposite the station

Town centre

Bike thefts continue - be aware
Be aware of attempted phone thefts in the town centre

Robberies have slightly dropped over the past two months in the area. Please continue to be vigilant.

We hope to have a member of the Safer Neighbourhoods Team present at the Ashburnham Triangle Street Party.

Claire, ATA Security / Police Liaison
Emergency dial 999 
Non-Emergency dial 101 
Greenwich Safer Neighbourhood Team: 020 8284 5494 (not 24 hour) 

Saturday 3 September 2022

The return of Greenwich Open Studios

After an absence of two years Greenwich Open Studios return September 10/11 and 17/18 with two weekends of studio access hosted by local artists and makers. Full details can be found at

Friday 2 September 2022

The 2022 ATA Street Party returns on Saturday, September 17th

After two years away, let’s make this year’s street party one to remember. The event starts at 1pm on Saturday 17 September in the play street next to the Ashburnham Arms and there will be something for everyone! 

For the kids we shall have a climbing wall, bouncy castle, some magic tricks, face painting and many other activities to keep the youngsters happy. For the grown-ups, a local band will be pumping out the tunes. And of course there’s food: we’ll be serving up high-quality barbecued beef burgers and sausages, hand-made by a local supplier. The pub will be open all afternoon selling beer, wine and soft drinks to the thirsty. For those with a sweet tooth, the ever-popular cake stall returns, showcasing the bake-off skills of our local residents.

The party raises funds to support the work of the ATA so please donate on the day and join in the raffle. This year promises to be the best ever for prizes.

If you would like to volunteer to help please email me ( See you at the party!

Anastasia Graham-Yool