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No. 307 July 22 2014 

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Awards 2013 


Council of the Year 2013 


Popstar treats primary school 
fans to an end of year concert p3 


Construction skills 
centre opens 
to first trainees 


by Dick Townsend-Smith 


THE ROYAL Borough has opened a 
fourth specialist skills centre as part 
of plans to provide training for local 
people and boost their job prospects. 

The borough’s new Construction Skills 
Centre in Kidbrooke opened its doors last 
week and the first 20 recruits are learning 
how to repair roads. 

It is the fourth specialist skills centre to 
be launched as part of a council initiative to 
provide training opportunities for residents 
so they can work in key sectors with 
excellent job prospects. 

The centre is set to provide up to 950 
training places every year for entry-level 
jobs in the construction industry. 

Its two classrooms will be used to deliver 
training in a wide range of construction 
skills, such as kerb and drain laying, 
asbestos awareness and traffic marshalling. 

The first trainees will learn a wide range of 
skills from laying paving to street repairs. 
They have been recruited to the council’s 

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LEARNING SKILLS: 
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ROYAL GREENWICH 
REPRESENTATIVES 


GREENWICH AND WOOLWICH 

Nick Raynsford MP (Lab) 

Email nick.raynsford.mp@parliament.uk or write to 
Nick Raynsford MP, House of Commons, London 
SW1AOAA 

Call the office in advance on 020 7219 5895 to 
register for a surgery (lines are open Monday- 
Thursday 10am-12pm &2-4pm). 

2nd & 4th Fridays of the month, 7pm at 
32 Woolwich Road, Greenwich SE10 OJU. 

2nd Saturday of the month, 11am at Charlton 
House, Charlton Road, Charlton SE7 8RE. 

2nd Saturday of the month, 2pm at West 
Greenwich House, 141 Greenwich High Road, 
Greenwich SE10 8JA. 

4th Saturday of the month: 11am at the Barnfield 
Project, Oak House, Barnfield Road SE18 3UH. 

4th Saturday of the month, 2pm at Woolwich Town 
Hall, Wellington Street, Woolwich SE18 6PW. 

ELTHAM 

Clive Efford MP (Lab) clive.efford.mp@parliament. 
uk Call for an appointment at the following month- 
ly surgeries on 020-8850 5744 between 11am and 
3pm Mon-Fri. 

1st Tues: Anstridge Community Centre, Anstridge 

Rd. SE9, 10am-11.30pm 

1st Fri: Horn Park Community Centre, 

96 Sibthorpe Road, 11am-12.30pm 
2nd Sat: St Mary's Community Centre, Eltham High 
Street, 10am, and 4th Friday of the month at 6pm. 
3rd Tues: Middle Park Community Centre, 

150 Middle Park Avenue, 

11am-12.30pm 

3rd Fri: Coldharbour Neighbourhood office, library 
entrance, William Barefoot Drive, 11am. 

4th Sat: Shrewsbury House, 10am, Bushmoor 
Crescent 

ERITH &THAMESMEAD 

Teresa Pearce MP (Lab) 

All surgeries are booked by appointment by 
calling 020 7219 7068 or write to Teresa Pearce MP, 
House of Commons, London, SW1 A 0AA, or email 
teresa.pearce.mp@parliament.uk 
Four advice surgeries each month: the 1st Saturday 
of the month in Thamesmead, the 2nd Saturday of 
the month in Erith, the 3rd Friday of the month in 
Northumberland Heath and the 4th Friday of the 
month in Abbey Wood. 

GLA MEMBER 

Len Duvall (Lab) is the GLA member for 
Greenwich and Lewisham. Write to Len Duvall, 

GLA, City Hall, Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA; 
phone 020 7983 4517; or email 
len.duvall@london.gov.uk 

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT 

Contact your MEP at the UK Office of the European 
Parliament on 020 7227 4300. 

GREENWICH COUNCILLORS 

Contact Members' Services on 020 8921 5663 for 
information on the surgery times for your councillor. 


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A PICTURE OF HOPE: This picture is my neighbour's cat looking at noisy parakeets' Asta Simonaviute, Mottingham 


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Woolwich also needs a cinema 


AS part of the effort to preserve 
town centres in the Royal Borough of 
Greenwich, Eltham town centre is to 
have a new cinema while Grove Market 
Place is regenerated. 

Woolwich town centre is also 
undergoing regeneration and could do 
with a new cinema along with a facelift 
to Woolwich covered market and new 
shops on Beresford Street opposite 
the Royal Arsenal development and 
Crossrail. This could go someway in 
encouraging people to use our town 
centres in the evenings and weekends 
to shop and visit the cinema, leisure 
centre, pubs and restaurants in 
Woolwich town centre and support 
local businesses. 

Graham Justine, Blackheath 
• A council spokesperson said: "Thank you 
for your letter. There is certainly no doubt 


that a new cinema would make a valuable 
addition to Woolwich Town Centre and 
complement the on-going regeneration 
that is taking place there. As you may 
be aware the council has adopted the 
Woolwich Town Centre masterplan SPD in 
April 201 2, which creates both a vision and 
framework for future regeneration. This 
framework provides details of a number 
of opportunity sites for new development 
including the potential for a new cinema. 
The council is continuing to work with 
partners which seek to bring proposals 
such as a cinema and restaurants uses as 
part of our continuing regeneration activity 
in the town. With all this activity we hope 
that the new developments will encourage 
people to use and visit the town centre, 
boost the economy, and support local 
businesses, which will help the town to 
grow and prosper." 


ROYAL BOROUGH MEETINGS 

THE following meetings take place 
at the Town Hall, Wellington Street, 
unless stated otherwise. - 

July 22 - licensing sub-committee 

C, 5.30pm 

Woolwich and Thamesmead Area 
Planning Committee, Public Hall, 
6.30pm 

July 23 - Cabinet, public hall, 6pm 

July 24 - Sustainable communities 
and transport scrutiny panel, public 
hall, 7pm 

July 28 - licensing sub-committee 
C,Town Hall 2pm 

July 29 - health and wellbeing 
board, public hall 3pm 

Overview and scrutiny call-in 
sub- committee, council chamber 
5.30pm 

Audit and risk management panel, 
7pm 

Eltham local housing panel - 
selection meeting, St Mary's 
Community Centre, 7pm 

July 30 - Full Council, council 
chamber 7pm 

July 31 - Abbey Wood Local 

Housing Panel, Abbey Wood 
Community Centre, 7-9pm. 

More information on 

020 8921 5130 or at 

www.royalgreenwich. 

gov.uk/meetings 

All meeting dates and 
times are subject to 
change. 

We would advise you to 
check before you travel. 


Cycle lanes 
are fantastic 
until cars park 
in them 


I HAD to smile, reading Greenwich Time 
(July 8). We had a lovely picture of a 
presentation of cycles to the Islamic 
centre, Woolwich - two experienced 
cyclists, Met Police chief inspector, Peter 
Turner, the mosque director and others. 

It was very nice. And yet if they had 
taken the trouble to walk 100/200 metres 
to Plumstead Station, they would have 
been aware of probably one of the most 
abused cycle lanes in the borough, with 
cars parked in it on a daily basis, without 
fail, plus on many occasions parked in 
the cycle lane by the mosque. 

Mr J Trappitt, Thamesmead 
• A council spokesperson said: 

"We are sorry Mr Trappitt has had problems 
using the Plumstead Road cycle lanes as a 
result of thoughtless parking. Unfortunately, 
it is a problem around many of our schools, 
colleges and places of worship. 

We are always working with those places 
to develop travel plans that encourage 
their staff and visitors to walk, cycle or 
use public transport where possible and 
park considerately if they have to drive. 
Partnership working is generally the best 
approach but we will always take enforcement 
action where it is not." 


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July 22 2014 





WHAT DO 
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for pupils 
at Christ 
Church 
Primary 
School and 


CHILDREN at Christ Church 
Primary School, in Commerell Street, 
Greenwich, had a huge surprise this 
week when they were told Pixie Lott 
was going to sing at their school. 

The 23-year-old singer-songwriter, 
whose hits include All About Tonight, 
is the niece of teaching assistant Vicky 
Bennett. 

She agreed to sing and answer 
questions at the seven-class school 


on Wednesday in a flying visit, after 
visiting another school in Kent and 
before a television commitment. 

It was a flying visit, but pupils - who 
were only told the day before - had the 
chance to ask three questions per class 
from the single-year intake. 

Deputy headteacher Amanda Wilson 
said: “It’s the first time we’ve had 
someone as big as her. 

“It was the icing on the cake at the 


end of a great year because we have 
had fantastic SATs results this year.” 

The Key Stage 2 results were 92% in 
reading (up from 65% last year), 96% in 
reading (77%) and 96% in maths (62%) 
after a collaboration with St Mary 
Magdalene School, Woolwich. 

Questions from the 170 pupils 
included ‘Who would you most like to 
do a duet with?’ by Year 5 - the answer 
being the American singer-songwriter 


Bruno Mars - and ‘Do you play any 
instruments?’ Pixie told them she 
played piano and guitar, but not as well 
as the accompanist who came with her 
on the day. 

When asked ‘W hat is it like to be 
rich and famous?’ Pixie said she had 
never been asked that before, said 
Mrs Wilson. “She said it meant she 
met a lot of cool people and did a lot of 
travelling,” said Mrs Wilson. 


Property firm funds 
more Tall Ships crew 

Boss funds three from his old school for regatta 


by Dick Townsend-Smith 


LOCAL property developers are 
sponsoring three more young sailors to 
join the Falmouth to Royal Greenwich 
Tall Ships Regatta later this summer. 

Cathedral Holdings had already 
sponsored two youngsters. 

However, Richard Upton, chief executive 
of Cathedral Holdings, was keen to 
support young people from his old school, 
Crown Woods. 

Year 12 students Edward Neville and 
Brendan Gilhooley were selected, along 
with Year 11 student Megan Barrett. 

They will join 16-year-olds Ethan O’Neill 
and Sapphire Hales, who were the original 
two selected for Team Cathedral, for the 
race in early September. 

Cathedral Holdings are behind the 
development of The Movement next to 
Grerenwich DLR station. 

Richard said: “We believe in supporting 
young people and giving them a chance to 
develop skills for life and work. 

“When I was at Crown Woods, I was a 
member of the Air Cadets and achieved 
my private pilot’s licence at the age 
of 17 years old. This was a wonderful 
opportunity for me to broaden my 
horizons and I am looking forward to 
meeting our sailors and hearing about 
their race from Falmouth to Greenwich.” 

The regatta will see more than 50 tall 


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WE THREE SAILORS: The students from Crown Woods College 


ships sail up the River Thames and 
dock along the Greenwich riverside for 
a five-day festival of maritime themed 
entertainment and activities. 

More than 40 local youngsters are now 
being sponsored to take part in the life- 
changing event. 

• To find out about becoming a sponsor 
email tall-ships-sponsor@royalgreenwich. 
gov.uk For further details visit www. 
royalgreenwich.gov.uk/tallships 


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July 22 2014 


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PERFECT PROSPECTS: council leader Denise Hyland, 

Gary Chin, principal of Greenwich Community College and 
Cllr Sizwe James with trainees at the centre opening 


Noisy tenant 
fined £800 

THE tenant of a council flat in Mulgrave Road, 
Woolwich, has been fined £800 for playing 
loud music. 

The royal borough brought the prosecution 
against Peter Foster after complaints from 
neighbours. He was sent warning letters and 
a noise abatement notice, but ignored them. 
Bromley magistrates ordered his music 
equipment to be seized by the council's Noise 
Team at a hearing on July 1 .This included a 
CD player, a graphic equalizer, a turntable, a 
stereo synthesiser/tuner, an amplifier and two 
sets of speakers, worth together about £200. 
Foster, who was not in court, was also ordered 
to pay costs of £683 and a victim surcharge of 
£20. The council is now taking out an eviction 
order against him to repossess his flat. 

Cllr Jackie Smith, the council's cabinet member 
for community safety and environment, said: 
"This was a serious case, which the magistrates 
recognised by the level of fine they imposed. 
Residents who commit anti-social behaviour 
such as noise nuisance, which can ruin the 
lives of their neighbours, can expect the 
council to take serious action to stop their 
selfish behaviour." 

• Contact the Noise Team on 020 8921 8921 
or email noise.team@royalgreenwich.gov.uk 


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new £5m highways improvement scheme, 
which will provide jobs for unemployed 
people. 

They will receive specialist training to 
carry out repairs to the borough’s roads, 
on top of the current programme for road 
maintenance. 

They were all recruited by GLLaB, 
the borough’s local employment 
initiative and are working with highway 
maintenance experts from Riney while 
training is delivered by Greenwich 
Community College and the CITB 
National Construction College. 

Trainee Gary Norman, 22, said: “I’ve 
done some work like this before which 
is why I wanted to take part. It’s not that 
easy getting a job at the moment but the 
job centre and GLLaB told me about this 
and I thought it sounded like a really 
good opportunity. I like hands-on work, 
not sitting in an office. I live locally 
and once I’ve got the qualification and 
training I can go to local sites and tell 
them I have these skills and hopefully 
they’ll be able to take me on”. 

Twenty-four year old trainee Scott 
O’Brien said: “I’ve always been 
interested in construction - I’ve tried 
working in retail before but it’s not for 
me. I much prefer manual labour. It’s 
gone really well this first week - we’ve 
learned things we probably wouldn’t 
have been able to learn anywhere else. 
I’ve enjoyed concrete mixing and laying 
a plot. Hopefully this will give me the 
knowledge and grounding working in the 
construction industry”. 

Cllr Sizwe James, the council’s cabinet 
member for business, employment and 


skills, said: “This is a fantastic facility 
and a great addition to our other 
specialist skills and training centres 
across the borough. Together they 
offer hundreds of places on specialist 
courses in industries we know people 
have an excellent chance of securing long 
term employment in. This is all about 
creating as many chances as possible 
for our residents to access training and 
valuable experience which will lead 
to permanent jobs. I wish all the new 
recruits the very best for the future and I 


know they’ll get an excellent grounding. 

“We know that in our ambitious 
programme of regeneration and 
development that there are a lot of local 
jobs available in construction - and this 
helps to ensure our own residents can 
access that work.” 

• The borough's other centres are the 
Digital Skills Centre on the Greenwich 
Peninsula, the Catering and Hospitality 
Skills Centre in Charlton, and the 
Horticulture and Equestrian Skills Centre 
on Shooters Hill. 


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Cabinet to set out priorities for next 1 2 months 


A WIDE-ranging set of 
priorities for the rest of the 
year is due to be discussed 
when the council’s cabinet 
meets tomorrow (Wednesday, 
July 23). 

They include the opening of 
the horticultural skills centre 
on Shooters Hill, checking that 


the council’s plans to support 
small local businesses are 
working effectively, creating 
more affordable housing and 
improving repairs to council 
houses, and the council-backed 
Violence and Organised Crime 
Unit and the Domestic Violence 
Intervention Unit. 


Also on the agenda are plans 
to work more closely with NHS 
staff locally to boost the quality 
of service, drive up standards 
in borough schools and provide 
more places, and develop 
sports facilities at Sutcliffe 
Park and Hervey Road. The 
borough’s cultural life also 


features in the priorities, 
including developing a new 
performing arts centre in the 
Royal Arsenal, turning the 
Borough Halls in Greenwich 
into a performing arts hub, 
and delivering a successful 
Tall Ships Regatta later in the 
year. 


Bang to rights 

Newsagent fined £2,000 for firework safety breach 



by Dick Townsend-Smith 


THIS innocent-looking stack 
of cardboard boxes could have 
caused a huge explosion at a 
newsagents in Eltham. 

They were packed with 
fireworks with names like Atomic 
Burst and Sky Terror - but no 
steps had been taken to store 
them safely at Raj News in Well 
Hall Road. 

This led to proprietor Rajendra 
Patel being fined £2,000 after a 
prosecution was brought by the 
Royal Borough of Greenwich. 
He pleaded guilty to the offences 
at Bexley Magistrates’ Court on 
July 14. 

The court heard that trading 
standards officers had carried out 
an inspection on October 31 last 
year and found multiple boxes 
of fireworks on the shop floor 
weighing about 65 kilos, with 
another 25 kilos in a store room. 
The law says that live fireworks 
need to be locked securely away 
so that members of the public 
cannot get to them. 

Patel told the court that the 
fireworks had been delivered the 
previous night, and he had not 
had a chance to store them away. 

Trading Standards pointed 
out that there was not enough 


room in the stock room to store 
them anyway. They included 
the more powerful ‘Category 3’ 
fireworks which have to be stored 
at minimum distances from other 
parts of the building. 

As well as the £2,000 fine, Patel 
was ordered to pay prosecution 
costs of £1,317.92 and a victim 


surcharge of £120. 

Cllr Jackie Smith, the council’s 
cabinet member for community 
safety and environment, said: 
“If an overnight fire had started 
in this shop, the consequences 
for the neighbouring properties 
could have been horrific. We 
mustn’t forget that fireworks are 



DANGEROUS: the boxes of fireworks 
improperly stored at Raj News 


really explosives, and they should 
be treated and stored as such. The 
sheer volume of fireworks stored 
improperly in this shop could 
have been disastrous. 

“I congratulate trading 
standards for their diligence and I 
hope this will serve as a warning 
to other traders.” 

• Contact trading standards 
on 020 8921 8223 or 
email tradingstandards@ 
royalgreenwich.gov.uk 


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for cyclists at Charlton Horn Fayre 


DR Bike mechanics 
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on Saturday (July 
26). 

The sessions are 
free and anyone 
can attend. They'll 
be held in Cutty 


Sark Gardens from 
1 lam to 5pm. The 
free sessions have 
been organised by 
the royal borough 
to make it easier 
for residents get 
on their bikes to 
become more 
active. 


YOUNGSTERS can take 
part in an ice cream 
relay race at this year's 
Horn Fayre at Charlton 
House. 

The range of traditional 
races also includes an 
egg and spoon and 
three-legged races. It's 
all part of the family 


friendly fun planned 
Sunday (July 27) from 
1 1am -4pm. 

The day will also 
feature live music, 
a dog shoe, stalls, 
children's rides, food 
and a beer tent. 

# Full details at www. 
charlton-house.org 


Blind Independence hosts taster walk 


BLIND Independence Greenwich have 
teamed up with Greenwich Get Walking 
to run a taster guided leisure walk next 
Tuesday (July 29). 

The group will be leaving from the 
main reception at 2pm at the Forum at 
Greenwich, Trafalgar Road, Greenwich, SE10 
9EQ. 

The pace will be slow and the route step- 


free, giving participants a chance to chat 
whilst taking in some of the Greenwich sites 
for around 30 minutes. 

There will be volunteer guides on hand and 
a tea/coffee afterwards if you fancy it! 

• If you would like to join in, contact 
Sam Shaw on sam.shaw@rlsb.org. 
uk, call 020 8853 2474 or visit www. 
blindindependencegreenwich.org.uk 


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July 22 2014 


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Police appeal for 
stolen jewellery 


POLICE have 
released two 
images of jewellery 
which was stolen 
in a burglary in 
Sidcup and are 
now appealing for 
information. 

On Thursday June 
19 thieves forced 
the backdoor of an 
address in Radfield 
Way and stole a 
number of valuable 



jewellery plus and 
an iPad. 

Two diamond rings 
were stolen - one 
is particularly 
unique and has a 
distinctive flower 
design. 
Investigating 
officer Ian Waller, 
from the Greenwich 
Burglary Squad 
said: "We are keen 
to speak with 
anyone who saw 
anything suspicious 
or anyone who may 
have come across 
the jewellery in the 
images". 

• Anyone with 
information should 
call DC Waller on 
0208 284 9573 or 
Crimestoppers 
on 0800 555 111. 



AND THE WINNER IS: 
Christopher Lunde 
Ngomo, Zoe Cutler 
and JackMackay 
receive their awards 
and certificates from 
Greenwich Mayor Cllr 
Mick Hayes and James 
Ward, representing 
awards sponsor Canary 
Wharf Contractors 


GROUP of young people who 
have shown courage, gone the extra 
mile, helped others, or overcome 
personal difficulties been publically 
recognised at an awards ceremony. 

The borough’s Do The Right Thing 
awards on Friday, July 11, celebrated 
their astonishing achievements at a 
presentation ceremony at Eltham Palace. 

The awards were presented by the 
Mayor of Royal Greenwich, Cllr Mick 
Hayes, together with James Ward from 
sponsors Canary Wharf Contractors. 

They included an award for 11-year- 
old Jack Mackay from Eltham, who was 
overall winner in the Bravery category. 

He protected his mum and baby brother 
in a dog attack. By shouting at the dog 
Jack managed to divert its attention 
away from his family and onto him. 

Unfortunately, this led to Jack being 
attacked by the dog. He sustained serious 
injuries to his face and arms which 
required plastic surgery. Despite this 
trauma, Jack has returned to school and 
has been preparing for his Year 6 tests. 

His mum, Lucy, said: “He is very brave. 
He jumped in front of me and screamed 
to get the dog’s attention. He’s doing 
really well now, and not scared of dogs at 
all - like I am.” 

Christopher Lunde Ngomo, 10, from 
Abbey Wood, got the top award for being 


by Dick Townsend-Smith 


a Model Citizen. He takes responsibility 
for his two younger siblings, including 
a brother with special needs, showing 
patience and understanding and is 
always calm and friendly At his school, 
Boxgrove Primary, he is a great friend 
to his classmates and is always kind and 
considerate of others. Christopher said: 
“Getting the award is really nice, I felt 
speechless when they said my name. It 
was a great day for me.” 

Zoe Cutler was overall winner in the 
category of Community Role Model. She 
has a hearing impairment but tackled 
this by becoming a volunteer with the 
Avery Hill Youth Club for young people 
with disabilities. 

Her exceptional dedication has meant 
she was accepted as a volunteer at just 14, 
despite the minimum age usually being 
16. She has supported the young people 
with art projects, trips and activities and 
keep-fit classes, where she adapted the 
exercises to suit individual abilities. 

Lauren Jenkins, 14, from Thamesmead, 
who goes to St Paul’s Academy, won the 
award for being an inspiration to others. 
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she got a work placement at London 
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attendance, attitude and commitment. 
Lauren is a keen singer, and performed two 
songs at the awards ceremony. 

She said: “I knew I had been nominated, 
but I couldn’t believe that I had won. I 
think I performed _ the songs really 

well, because 
my friends 


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support.” 

Ozzy Jackson 
and Charlie 

Bond received 
the Good Friends 
award after Ozzy 
broke a leg playing 
football, and 
Charlie went to get 
help. Another Good 
Friend award went to 
Paige Pilfold-Candish 

and Gracie-May White, 
both four, who have helped 
each other become mobile in 
spite of physical problems. 


Richard Mosope Olaniyi won the Young 
Carer and Family Supporter award for the 
support he gives to his mother who has 
ongoing health issues. 

A special Community Award was made to 
Mulgrave Primary School in Rectory Place, 
Woolwich. 

The school was just yards 
from the scene where Lee 
Rigby was murdered, and 
the award was presented to 
the children, staff and parents in 
recognition of their resilience 
and the support they have 
shown each other following 
the attack. 

Families and staff were also 
recognised as an example to 
the community for the way 
they pulled together in the 
face of adversity. 

The trophy was 
collected by 

headteacher David 
Dixon, along with 
staff, pupils and 
parents. 

He said: “We are 
V very pleased 
with the 
award. 

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PULLING TOGETHER: Mulgrave parents, pupils and staff, led by headteacher David Dixon (far right) pick up their 
special community award. Left, award winner Lauren Jenkins performs at the presentation ceremony 


families at this school, as well as families cohesion.” The judging panel was made up 
from the ethnic minorities. After what of members of Greenwich Young People’s 
happened we all pulled together and the Council and council officers who work 
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recovered 


THE royal borough has 
successfully reclaimed 
more than £10,000 from 
a tenant who sub-let her 
council property. 

Jean Neal was ordered to pay 
a total of £12,169.83 - including 
costs and legal fees as well as 
what she owed to the council 
- by Chesterfield Crown Court 
on July 4. 

She formerly held a tenancy 
in Sunbury Street, Woolwich. 

As part of a pro-active 
exercise into tenancy fraud 
by the council’s internal 
audit and anti-fraud team, 
undertaken in May 2012, it was 
identified that Mrs Neal had 
not been living there, but in 
Derbyshire having sublet her 
council property. 

When presented with the 
evidence, Mrs Neal admitted 
that she was no longer resident 
at the Woolwich address. 

She immediately arranged 
for the keys of the property to 
be returned. 

Civil proceedings were then 
taken to recover the council’s 


losses, between April 15, 2011 
to August 19, 2012. 

At the hearing, District Judge 
Davies told Mrs Neal to pay 
the full amount of £10,970.77 
owed to the Royal Borough, 
plus legal costs, interest and 
expenses of the council - a 
total of £12,169.83. 

Cllr Chris Kirby, the cabinet 
member for housing, said: “In 
the last few years the royal 
borough has strengthened its 
investigation techniques and 
these new detection methods are 
now being used to full effect and 
this successful case is another 
example of the innovative work 
now being undertaken. 

“It sends a strong message 
to those who set out to sublet 
our valuable housing stock 
that you will get caught and 
we will seek to recover our 
financial losses.” 

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'Good Choices Day was really insightful' 


ABOUT 100 residents attended Arnott 
Pre-school's Good Choices Day. 

They were able to hear from several 
service providers offering free advice 
and information about topics ranging 
from healthcare to road safety, leisure 
activities and Peabody's strategy team, 
to help them make good choices. 
Residents were also able to hear about 
the future of Thamesmead. 

"Today has been really informative," 
said Solange Diboa, whose daughters 
both attend Arnott Pre-school. 

"It is the first time I have attended and 
it has been very insightful." 

Olu Botu added: "Working 9am-5pm I 
didn't know much about what services 
are available to me locally. 

"Coming here has made me feel a part 
of the community. I've even learnt 
things about issues that don't directly 
relate to me, but now know how to 
look out for difficulties in friends and 
neighbours and know where I should 
direct them if they need help." 

The day proved popular with 
children, too, offering face painting 
and smoothie making, Zumba and a 
picnic at the Good Life Garden based 
in Birchmere Park, where Arnott Pre- 
school children often visit to plant 
seeds and see them grow. 

Trust Thamesmead's Childcare 
Manager, Tracy Norcott, said: "Good 
Choices Day is an important date in 
both our pre-school calendars. 

"Every year a number of service 
providers give up their time to 
attend and we cannot underestimate 
the difference that makes to many 
residents' lives. 

"It gives them the chance to ask 
questions and find out more about 
topics that matter to them." 



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'Confidence course landed me a job' 

Parents praise 'Discover ME' sessions and describe how advice has helped improve their lives 



by Dick Townsend-Smith 

MORE than 100 parents and students 
from Eltham have been taking part 
in sessions to learn more about 
themselves. 

Organised by local schools and supported 
by the council, the sessions helped them 
grow in confidence and to be inspired to 
take more positive actions. 

Called Discover ME, the four weekly one- 
day sessions were held at Middle Park, 
Horn Park, Haimo and Montbelle 
primary schools, Vistafield and 
Greenacres children’s centres and 
Eltham Hill School. 

Parents were full of praise for what 
they had learned. 

Haimo attendee Leanne Stewart 
said: “I was asked to make a speech 
in front of 150 people. With a lot 
of help and encouragement, 

I made my speech and even 
managed to enjoy it.” 

Linda Evans, who went to 
the Discover ME sessions 
on employability at 
Eltham Hill School, 
said: “By changing my 
outlook and being more 
positive and confident, I 
was able to apply for a job 
after 21 years out of work. 

“I thought I had nothing 
to offer being ‘just a mum’, 
but it turns out that was 


just my negative self-talk. Discover ME 
taught me that I have many transferable 
skills and that I actually had a lot to offer. 
So much so, I got the job I applied for.” 

Mum-of-two Victoria Xuereb from New 
Eltham, who went to sessions at Montbelle 
primary, said: “They helped me build 
inner confidence, make new friends and 
find a balance in my busy life. 

“They also made me more positive and 
grateful for things rather than worrying 
about things that are less important.” 

Former primary school teacher Marion 
Tourral said: “The programme changed 
my life. It gave me a lot of confidence. I 
suffer from [skin condition] psoriasis 
and it made me not want to go out, 
but the course has helped me cope 
with people’s looks and comments. 
“I’m now going to set up my 
own personalised gifts 
business, such as making 
personalised aprons.” 
Elektra Michael, who 
went to the Discover ME 
employability sessions 
at Greenacres, said: 
“I got myself a job 
as a Christmas temp 
at Argos. It was a 
huge deal for me as 
I hadn’t worked in 
more than eight years 
because I was bringing 
up my children. I’ve now 
become a stronger and 
more confident person.” 
Lucy Hewitt, who went 



PARENT POWER: Some of the 100 parents who learnt how to be more positive pictured with Discover ME director Anna 
Garcia, third from left, and entertainer Femi Santiago, the former contestant on the BBC's The Voice (also inset, left) 


to sessions at Montbelle Primary, said the 
course had given her the confidence to 
take on chairing her PTA. The programme 
was also piloted successfully for students 
at Eltham Hill School. There are now plans 
to roll it out to other secondary schools. 

Discover ME director Anna Garcia said: 
“The transformations we have seen have 
been life changing. We thank all the heads, 


coordinators and teams who facilitated 
this process and acknowledge the great 
courage of each one of our participants.” 

Parents were presented with awards, at a 
special event at Eltham Hill, by the Mayor 
of Royal Greenwich, Cllr Mick Hayes, 
and singer Femi Santiago, a singer who 
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CHILDREN from Plumcroft 
Primary School went to General 
Gordon Square in Woolwich and 
held a community carnival and 
parade. 

The children started the morning 
with their costumes and banners, 
parading up and down Powis 
Street. 

They handed out paper flowers 
to passers-by which were all 
handmade by the pupils themselves. 

And Year 1 prepared pom-poms which 
were then hung on the trees of Woolwich. 

Children also had a chance to showcase 
their talents with performances on the 
stage, including „ 
dancing and fc B r l 

music. 

The school 
not only held 
a carnival, 
but produced 
a five- week 
long project 
which involved 
all classes 
participating 
in activities 
that assisted 
the community. 

They visited 



FORWARD MARCH: Plumcroft pupils put on a carnival 


Tesco where they helped customers 
with their shopping, while some classes 
visited Len Clifton House, in Woolwich, 
where they sang and read poetry to the 
elderly. 

About 600 children took part in the 
all-singing, 
dancing, art and 
film-making 
month. 

The overall 
aim of the 
project - 
including the 
community 
carnival and 
parade - was to 
help children 
feel good about 
both themselves 
and their 
community. 



TRUMPET TIME: Plumcroft school pupils show off their musical 
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Still having fun 


by Dick Townsend-Smith 


IT was an afternoon of fun and 
surprises when the country’s 
oldest open-air nursery, the Rachel 
McMillan Nursery School and 
Children’s Centre, held its summer 
garden party. 

More than 200 people went along to 
the nursery, on the Greenwich-Deptford 
borders, including many former pupils, 
who took along their own children. 

Headteacher Theresa Lane said: “It 


was lovely seeing them and how they 
have grown up and were now with their 
families. It was a really good event with 
lots of visitors. All the staff ran stalls 
for each class group, such as making ice- 
cream and face-painting.” 

The children were also able to clamber 
over a visiting fire engine while wearing 
fire helmets, as the firefighters handed 
out fire precautions leaflets. 

An exhibition of large photographs 
showed the children holding something 
they really liked, such as a flower, or with 
a hand covered in mud. 



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They were taken by former pupil Rachel 
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The event came in the nursery’s 
centenary year. Founders Margaret 
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‘open air’ nursery in 1914 and are widely 
regarded as influencing early years’ 
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Open day for disability sports 


A FREE event is 
being run at Hornfair 
Park for people with 
disabilities to try a 
wide range of sports. 

The day is called 
Greenwich Get 
Active Disability 
Event and runs on 
Saturday August 2 
from 12-4pm at the 
Shooters Hill Road 
sports complex. 

It is being 
organised by Ben 
Quilterthe disability 
physical activity and 
sport development 
officer for 

Greenwich Leisure 
Limited, the royal 
borough’s leisure DEMO THROW: Ben Quilter talks a youngster through a 
services partner, in judo move at a previous disability event. Time To Shine, 
conjunction with the earlier this year 
royal borough. 

Ben, the Paralympic judo bronze 
medallist from London 2012, will 
demonstrate his skills in the judo part of 
the event, jointly put on with Metro Judo 
Club, where Olympic silver medallist 
Gemma Gibbons took up the sport. 

Football will be provided by Charlton 
Athletic Community Trust and 



wheelchair tennis 
by the South London 
Special League, 
which is this year’s 
charity supported 
by Greenwich Mayor 
Cllr Mick Hayes. 

Access Sport 
which gives children, 
particularly in 
disadvantaged areas, 
access to a wide 
range of quality local 
sport - will provide 
BMX sessions at a 
venue which was 
built as part of the 
royal borough’s 
commitment to 
leaving a sports 
legacy after the 
London 2012 Olympic 
and Paralympic 
Games. 

Other sports such 
as rowing and cycling will be offered, 
including through Active Kids. The event 
will also be supported by the Greenwich 
Get Active Road Show and Greenwich 
Healthy Living Services. 

• For more details email Ben Quilter at 
ben.quilter@gll.org or ring 020 8317 5000, 
extension 4150. 


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• CHILDREN aged four to 1 1 are being 
challenged to read six books in six 
weeks. Simply go to any library and 
register for free. Borrow a book and 
received rewards for the books you read. 
All events and activities are fun and free. 
The challenge ends on September 6. 

• Find out more at www.better.org. 
uk/greenwichlibraries and for full 
details of other summer library events 
visit www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/ 
libraries 

• SUMMER fun for youngsters, put 
on by Greenwich Leisure Limited, 
starts at the Waterfront, Woolwich, on 
Thursday. 

The Better Holiday playscheme runs 
from 9am to 5pm on Thursday (July 24) 
and Friday, and then from Mondays to 
Fridays (except Bank Holiday) for the 
following five weeks. 

It is for children age five (Year 1 school 
year) to 1 1 . 

In May's half-term holiday fun, the 
fire brigade were part of the activities, 
showing children what they do. 

GLL, the council's leisure services 
provider, has many courses including 
tennis at Hornfair Park, a junior gym 
at the refurbished Charlton Lido and 
Lifestyle Centre and swimming courses. 
There is also gymnastics at Thomas 
Tallis School, where extra funding 
was provided by the Royal Borough 
of Greenwich as part of its legacy 
commitments after the London 
Olympics in 2012. 

There are also junior sports days at the 
Arches and 30-minute intensive learn to 
swim courses spread over a week. 
Activities are aimed at various age- 
groups and there is even a performing 
arts course for those aged over 15, 
giving them a taste of what would be 
required in a degree course in musical 
theatre. 

• For more information about 
activities, visit www.better.org.uk/ 
promotions/school-holiday-activities 

• YOUNG people have another chance 
to take advantage of a range of free 
courses and activities during their 
holidays, thanks to the Stride into 
Summer programme. Coordinated by 
youth charity Futureversity, the summer 
programme (pictured right) offers unique 
activities for those aged 1 0-1 9 (or up to 
25 years for those with disabilities) who 
live, work or study in the borough. It's a 
chance to learn new skills and develop 
their potential, while having fun and 
making new friends. 

There are six categories of courses: 
Business and Careers; Skills for 
Life; Art and Fashion; Sport, Fitness 
and Wellbeing; Digital Media 
and Photography; and Music and 
Performing Arts. Among the topics 
covered are driving theory, cookery, 
making films, writing poetry, kayaking 
and presentation skills. 

Courses take place during July and 
August at different times and venues 
across Greenwich. 

• Full course programme and 
booking are available at www. 
futureversity.org/greenwich or by 
calling 020 7247 7900. 

• THE stunning house and gardens 
of Eltham Palace will come alive as 
young explorers go on adventures 
through time every Sunday to T uesday 
throughout the holidays. 

July 27-29 - Awesome Archaeology. 
August 3-5 - Gruesome Goings On 
August 10-12 - Soldiers School 
August 17-19 - Ugly Bug Safari 
August 24-26 - Knights & Princesses 
Academy. 

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SERVING UP A TREAT: the Ping London table tennis tables are 
free at the Old Royal Naval College 


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A special programme of sports, hobbies, mi 
running across the royal borough for the si: 
happening. For further details visit www.ro 


BRIGADE BUDDIES: In May's 
half-term holiday fun, a fire brigade visit 
was one of the activities organised by GLL 


and Regal Royals: Mon 1 1 

August 1 1 - Friday August 1 5, 1 - 4pm, daily. 

Print it! Young Creatives Event Tuesday Aug ustl 9, 1 0.30am - 3.30pm, ages 1 1 - 
14. £5 per person. Booking required on 020 8269 4799. 


Gardens): Adult £10.20 / Child £6.10 
/ Concession £9.20 / Family £26.50 / 
Members: Free 

All children are welcome to join in these 
events. An additional £1 will be charged 
on standard admission for every child, 
member and non member, to help us 
fund this entertainment activity. 

• For further information on events 
at Eltham Palace and Gardens, visit 
www.english-heritage.org.uk/eltham 


• TENNIS for people with disabilities. 
Run by the Greenwich Mayor's charity 
South London Special League, sessions 
will continue at Hornfair Park on 
Fridays through the summer. Children's 
sessions will be held from 10am for an 
hour, with adult (over 16s) sessions at 
11am. 

• For information visit www.sl-sl. 
co.uk/ or ring 020 8319 8111. 


• FROM football to multi-sport courses 
and girls' only to goalkeeping 
courses, there is something for 
everyone at Charlton Athletic 
Community Trust. 

Running until Friday 
August 29, the Trust's 
summer holiday courses 
are at venues across 
Greenwich, Bexley, 

Bromley and Kent. All 
are available for boys 
and girls aged between 
5-15 years. 

If you don't fancy 
completing a full week 
course, there are one 
and two day and two day 
courses too, or you can 
pay per day. 

The Trust is offering a special 
10% discount to Greenwich 
Time readers when 
they book online with 
the promotional code 
"GTCharlton" at the 
checkout. 

• For further details 
visit www.cact.org. 
uk or call 0871 781 
2095. 

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outdoor spaces 
through the Summer 
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year olds. From July 
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Rota of events at 
the Royal Museums 


THE Cutty Sark hosts special 
family events throughout the 
year. Activities are free with 
entry. This month visitors can 
enlist in the First Tea Company 
at Doctor Geof's Fantastical 
SteampunkTea Museum or 
create their own comic strip 
adventure in a special 
workshop aboard 
Cutty Sark during 
a family fun 
weekend. 

Highlights at 

the Royal Observatory . ^ 

include: a last 

chance to see 

the Stars to 

Satellites 

exhibition " 

and Sci-Fi 

film 


City of Lost Children, a 
powerfully atmospheric movie 
which tells the story of a 
scientist who kidnaps children 
to steal the dreams he craves to 
have and prolong his life. 
General admission to the 
National Maritime Museum 
and Queen's House is 
free. Admissions prices 
mL for Cutty Sark, as well 
as Museum special 
exhibitions can 
be found online 
atwww.rmg. 

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JUST FOR COUPLES: two's company in The Lost Room 


Room for two 

THEATRE-goers are booking up to be on 
stage at a special interactive installation 
show for two people. 

Pairs will go into The Lost Room wearing 
wireless headphones to immerse themselves 
in an audio environment with music, a 
narrator and a series of tasks/challenges. 

The show is the idea of Tristan Shorr 
and Rachel Champion, from the Art 
of Disappearing company which was 
commissioned to run the performance by 
Greenwich Theatre and Greenwich Dance. 

The Lost Room will be at Greenwich Dance, 
Borough Hall, Royal Hill, on July 24 and 25, 
then at Greenwich Theatre on August 3 and 4. 
"The Lost Room is about unlocking people's 
imagination," said 39-year-old Rachel. 

"There could be invitations to create images, 
to crack codes, to move through the room in 
different ways but always together. The aim 
is for people to go away with new, shared 
memories. 

"The age range is 10-plus but it's not just for 
young people. We've had people over 60 
at tests and they've been great and really 
got into it, allowing them to be like children 
again." 

Tristan, 37, composed the music for the show 
and said: "Two people will go into the room 
at booked times. If pairs don't come together 
they can go in with a stranger, which can 
work really well. 

"We're asking people to get really involved 
so they have to be quite creative and open- 
minded when they enter the space. The 
whole thing lasts for 45 minutes but the 
main chunk of it in The Lost Room is for 20 
minutes." 

Tickets: £5 (inc £1 booking fee) The Lost 
Room is at Greenwich Dance, Borough 
Hall, Royal Hill, on July 24 and 25, then at 
Greenwich Theatre on August 3 and 4. Call 
Greenwich Theatre box office on 020 8858 
7755 or visit Greenwich Dance at www. 

greenwichdance.org.uk 

Museum late 

DANGEROUS waters flow around our 
coastline, concealing shallow rocks and 
treacherous sandbanks. 

Have you got the skills to navigate your 
way out of danger or will you get lost in 
the museum? Visit the National Maritime 
Museum for an off-kilter evening to mark 
the opening of Ships, Clocks and Stars and 
Guiding Lights: 500 Years of Trinity House 
and Safety at Sea. The Museum Late event an 
evening of exciting activities in the Sammy 
Ofer Wing on Thursday 24 July 24 from 
6-9pm. 

Tickets £5/£4 includes entry to Ships, 

Clocks & Stars, and for members a free 
glass of wine or non-alcoholic alternative. 


LOCAL people are invited 
a R to a night out at the flicks 

i when a pop up cinema 
^ hosts a series of special 
screenings this weekend. 

The pioneers of outdoor cinema Pop 
Up Screens are back this summer 
beaming favourite films into London 
parks with special screenings in 
Greenwich. 

The programme of movies started 
earlier this month with a third round 
of screenings in Blackheath this 
weekend. 

On show in the garden at Mycenae 
House is Shaun of the Dead on Friday, . 
July 25, followed by The Full Monty on 
Saturday, July 26. 

Screenings kick off around 8.30pm 
and tickets can be purchased in 
advance. 

The summer programme also ends 
in Greenwich over the weekend of 
September 26 and 27 with screenings of , 
The Goonies and Forrest Gump at the 
East Greenwich Pleasaunce. 

As well as satisfying cravings for cult 
classics, this year’s Pop Up Screens 
are also serving up bespoke Pop Up 
Burgers. There’s also a full stocked 
bar and it wouldn’t be cinema without 
popcorn. 

Pop Up Screens founder David 
Leydon explained the thinking is to 
run popular movies while showcasing 
the capital’s little-known green spaces. 

“If you’ve never been to an outdoor 
cinema, it’s a must try. It really is 
the best way to watch a movie as 
you’re in a park, with your friends 
and hundreds of other people who 
love a movie as much as you do. And 
that real love for the movie creates a 
special atmosphere you won’t find at 
any multiplex.” 

He added: “We wanted to give people 
something different to do, there’s loads 
of brilliant green spaces in London but 
people are often guilty of not exploring 
their local area. 

“The East Greenwich Pleasaunce for 
example is a brilliant little park and 
this is a good way of getting people to 
visit. But we’re also about also about 
showing good movies and getting 
people to watch them. They’re films 


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ELTHAM AND CHARLTON 

Prostate cancer support groups, held on Mondays 
in Eltham (Resource Centre, Sherard Road 
2-4pm) and Tuesdays in Charlton (Valley Central 
2-4pm) by Age UK Bromley and Greenwich 
working in partnership with the charity. For more 
information call Yvonne Conway on 0208 31 5 
1 850 or email yconway@ageukbandg.org.uk 

GREENWICH 

Greenwich Dance, Royal Hill, The Lost Room 
interactive installation, July 24, 1 -8pm, July 
25, 10am - 5pm, £8 per pair/£4 individual. Tel 
020 8293 9741 or visit www.greenwichdance. 
org.uk 

WOOLWICH 

Aperture Woolwich Photographic Society summer 
exhibition in the Elixir Gallery, Queen Elizabeth 
Hospital. Free until September 22. 

AWPS chairman, Marshall Pinsent has a solo 
print exhibition at Charlton House from 
Monday to Friday 9am- 4pm during July. Visit 
www.woolwichphotographic.com 


WOOLWICH 

Greenwich Heritage Centre, July 30, opening 
of Family Stories of the Great War. Visit www. 
royalgreenwich.gov.uk/heritagecentre 





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CHARLTON HOUSE 

July 1 8 - Chamber music from Guildhall 
July 25 - Viola and piano 
July 27 -The Horn Fayre community festival, 
1 1 am to 4pm www.charlton-house.org 


AVERY HILL PARK 

Outdoor fun for all ages, July 26, 1 2noon 
to 4pm hosted by the Friends of Avery 
Hill Park, in conjunction with Greenwich 
University, with guided tours of Winter 
Garden. Last of the Parksfest programme. 
More details from friendsofaveryhillpark. 
webs.com 


ELTHAM 

July 27-29 - Awesome Archaeology, 
10am-5pm - become a daring archaeologist 
on a mini dig for the day. Price (includes 
entry to Palace & Gardens): Adult £1 0.20 
/ Child £6.1 0 / Concession £9.20 / Family 
£26.50 / Members: Free. An additional £1 
will be charged on standard admission for 
every child, member and non member, to 
help us fund this entertainment activity. 
www.english-heritage.org.uk/eltham 



GREENWICH 

National Maritime Museum, opening Aug 2, 
Forgotten Fighters new exhibition illustrates 
importance and impact of the Royal and 
Merchant Navy throughout WWI on the home 
front. Free exhibition runs until November 
2018. 


GREENWICH HERITAGE CENTRE 

Until July 26 - photographic exhibition by the 
Piece by Piece project run by Eye4Change, 
featuring images, artefacts and personal 
memories which unlock family stories. Visit 
www.eye4change.co.uk 


GREENWICH 

Real & Imagined art exhibition by David Bray 
and Matteo Giuntini until July 27, Ben Oakley 
Gallery, 9 Turnpin Lane,Thur-Sun 11am-6pm 
Mon-Weds email info@benoakleygallery.com 


WOOLWICH 

BIG Art and storytelling Tall Ships Project (Part 
One). Painting workshops for families and 
children at Greenwich Heritage Centre, July 
26, 1 0am-1 2pm or 2pm-4pm. Details at www. 
royalgreenwich.gov.uk/heritagecentre/events 



GREENWICH 

A five panel, nine metre long mural 
originally made for the decoration of the 
Nelson Bar aboard HMS 'Campania' is now 
on show at the National Maritime Museum. 
Working Boats from around the British 
Coast by Alan Sorrell, is on display in the 
Sammy Ofer Wing. The mural toured British 
ports as a microcosm of the Festival of 
Britain exhibition on London's South Bank 
in 1951. Alan Sorrell's mural celebrates 
the fishing communities along the coast 





After dark 
showcase for 
local talent 


201 2'S X Factor contestant Jade Ellis 
(pictured) is the special guest at the launch of 
a new monthly gig in Woolwich. 

The singer, who lives locally, is a regular at 
the Koffees & Kream diner in Calderwood 
Street. And on Friday (July 25) she performs 
at the launch of an event night called KK's 
After Dark. 

The event is scheduled for the last Friday 
of the month and promises live music acts, 
comedy and more from 7.30pm to midnight. 
"It's a chance for local bands and entertainers 
to come and put their name out there. We 
want it to be something that people are 
going to talk about and look forward to 
on the last Friday of the month," said Raif 
Hassan, owner of the eaterie which opened 
three months ago. "We plan to have a variety 
of different artistes and activities including 
comedy and jazz nights," Raif added. 

Along with the entertainment there'll 
be a condensed version of the licenced 
restaurant's extensive menu. 

Entry is free through an invitation which can 
be collected from the restaurant which also 
hosts corporate events and celebrations. 

Find out more on Twitter @kksafterdark or 
KK'sAfterDark on Facebook and if you want 
to perform call Gemma Mewse on 07935 
985 326 



of Britain in charming individual scenes, 
separated by a decorative device of 
ropes held aloft by seagulls. The mural 
was selected by Sir Frederick Gibbert 
(architect and planner of Harlow New 
Town and closely involved with the 
Festival of Britain) as a gift to Harlow. It 
was displayed in the town's Moot Hall, but 
eventually disappeared from view until 
it was acquired by the National Maritime 
Museum in 2014. 

Visit www.rmg.co.uk 





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GreenwichHomes Edition 401 

Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Choice Based Lettings Scheme 


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BIDDING FOR PROPERTIES 

People on the Housing register are able to bid for all properties, 
regardless of their banding. You must be eligible for the size of 
property and bids will be considered in the following order: 

First Band A, followed by Band B both in priority date order. 

Those in Band C will then be considered in registration date order. 

Please note that there will still be some properties with age 
restrictions so only people of this age group can apply for these. 


BAND 

A is for applicants in unsatisfactory housing, including 
people moving due to demolition and those 
underoccupying their homes. 

B is for applicants the Royal Borough of Greenwich 
must prioritise according to the law, particularly 
homeless people, and others with an urgent need 
to move for medical or welfare reasons. 

C is for all applicants on the housing register, 

including those that are in priority bands A and B. 


How do I apply? 


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Get on the list 

First, you’ve got to be on the housing waiting list to join the scheme. 

If you’re not, register an application on line at 

www. roy algree n wi c h .gov. u k 

Find your applicant number 

It will be on the letter you’ve already had from the Royal Borough 
of Greenwich about the new scheme. You’ll need that number and 
the reference number of the property you’re after, which will be on 
the advert. 

Pick out your ideal property 

by looking in Greenwich Time or regularly checking the website: 

www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/homes 

Click on your preference on the website. If you don’t have a computer, you 
can always use one for free at either The Eltham or Woolwich Centre or 
a local library. 

Apply in one of three ways 

• Text bidding is now available and the number to use is 07786207913. 
For further information please see page 2, or 

• Phone the 24-hour hotline 020 8921 4340. It’s an automatic push- 
button system and calls will be charged at the normal local rate, or 

• Via the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s website 
www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/homes 


The next edition of GreenwichHomes will be available on 


24-hour hotline 

The Greenwich Homes 
(Choice dosed Lettings) Telephone 
Bidding Line is available in: 

English 020 8921 4340 

Greenwich Homes (locations « au 
choix h) ligne telephonique de 
demande disponible en hancai$ 
en composant le : 

French 020 8921 4330 

C6 sen Oiro’nj; diy Oau g»i Ol^n 
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Cantonese 020 8921 4370 


Wednesday 30 July 2014 at midday. Closing date for all applications 
for this issue is midnight on Sunday 27 July 2014. 


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GreenwichHomes 

Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Choice Based Lettings Scheme 


HOW TO BID FOR ADVERTISED 
PROPERTIES BY TEXT 

If you would like to bid by text, 
please use the following Text Bidding 
Number: 0778 620 7913 and type: 

CBL, the property reference 
number and your applicant number. 

The property reference will be on the 
advert and your applicant number is 
on the letter we sent to you when you 
registered for housing. 

A successful bid will look like this: 

CBL 179104 12191 

You will need to do a separate text for 
each property you wish to bid for and 
the text is charged at your mobile 
provider's standard rate. You will 
receive a text response to confirm 
your bid within 5 minutes. 



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choke hotline 020 892i 4340 G reen wich Homes 

Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Choice Based Lettings Scheme 

Anyone on 


the housing 
list can 
apply for 
these 


If you are 
bidding for 
houses under 
Band C 
you must 
have 

I child under 
16 years 


Applicants 
over 50+ 
can apply 



Ref Number: 190784 

The Redwoods 


Congleton Gr SEI8 

2 Bed 4th Fir Flat 


Lifted Entry phn 
Rad C/H No Pkg 

£111.13 pw 



Ref Number: 190702 

Grovebury Rd SE2 

Bedsit Bungalow 
Rad C/H 


£76.75 pw 


Affordable 

Homes 

Please note 
any Housing 
Association 
properties 
advertised in 
this way will 
have a higher 
rent charge 



Ref Number: 190743 

Mill Ct 

Titmuss Ave SE28 

I Bed 2nd Fir Flat 
Lifted Entry phn 
Rad C/H No pets 

£127.00 pw 



Ref Number: 190766 

The Link SE9 

Bedsit Grnd Fir Flat 
Entry phn Rad C/H 
No Pkg 

£87.63 pw 



Ref Number: 190772 

Anstridge Rd SE9 

I Bed I st Fir Flat 
Un lifted Entry phn 
Rad C/H 

£94.46 pw 



Ref Number: 190779 

Caletock Way SEI0 

3 Bed Hse 
Rad C/H 

£143.64 pw 



Ref Number: 190790 

Spindle CISEI8 

4 Bed Hse Gdn 
Rad C/H 

£163.20 pw 



Ref Number: 190792 

Mulgrave Rd SEI8 

3 Bed Hse 
Rad C/H No Pkg 

£127.28 pw 



Ref Number: 190793 

Ravine Grove SEI8 

3 Bed Hse Gdn 
Rad C/H 

£138.07 pw 



Ref Number: 190721 

Jubilee Trust 
Egerton Dr SE 1 0 

I Bed Grnd Fir Flat 
Entry phn Rad C/H 
No Pkg No pets 

£138.75 pw 


Affordable Housing 


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Pathways HA 


Ref Number: 133322 

Woolwich Parochial 
Almshouse 
Greenlaw St SEI8 

I Bed Grnd Fir Flat 
Entry phn Rad C/H 
No Pkg No pets 

£118.51 pw 


Affordable Housing 


Affordable Housing 

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Hyde Housing Association 


Ref Number: 79148 

Chapter Hse 
Federation Rd SE2 

2 Bed 2nd Fir Flat 
Un lifted Entry phn 
Rad C/H I pkg space 
No pets 

£153.23 pw 


Affordable Housing 


Hyde Housing Association 


Ref Number: 190747 

Ashlar Place SEI8 

3 Bed Hse Gdn 
Rad C/H I pkg space 

£ 1 80.00 pw 



Ref Number: 190764 

Congreve Rd SE9 

3 Bed Hse Gdn 


Rad C/H I pkg space 
Max 2 chn 

£ 1 80.00 pw 



Ref Number: 81851 

Holburne Rd SE3 

I Bed Grnd Fir Flat 
Rad C/H No pets 

£139.87 pw 


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Important 

Notice 

Please note 
the closing 
date to 
register your 
bids for 
advertised 
properties will 
be 

every 
Sunday at 
midnight. 



Ref Number: 82166 

Clothworkers Rd 
SEI8 


I Bed Grnd Fir Flat 
Bar Fire Only No pets 

£134.77 pw 



Ref Number: 190789 

Nithdale Rd SEI8 

2 Bed Grnd Fir Flat Gdn 
Rad C/H No Pkg 
No pets 

£153.71 pw 


www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/homes 


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Choice hotline 020 8921 4340 

GreenwichHomes 


Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Choice Based Lettings Scheme 


IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ROYAL 
BOROUGH TENANTS WHO ARE MOVING 

DONT GET A BILL AFTER YOU LEAVE 

Under the conditions of your tenancy agreement, you have 
a responsibility to leave your property in an acceptable state 
of repair. We may visit you to check this. If we consider 
your property is in an unacceptable condition, you may be 
prevented from moving or be recharged for work. 

To avoid getting an unwelcome bill, 
follow these rules: 

• Repair any damage caused to the property by you, your 
family or visitors to your home. 

• Make good any changes you have made to your property 
e.g. put back any doors that you have removed. 

• Make sure your garden is not overgrown and you have 
cleared all garden waste. 

• Clear all your items from the inside and the outside of the 
property. This includes any loft space, external cupboards 
or sheds. 

• Return all the keys to the Royal Borough’s offices no later 
than midday on Monday (or Tuesday if it is a Bank Holiday). 
You will be charged a further week’s rent if you do not 
return your keys on time. 

If you leave repairs that are your responsibility, or items that 
require disposal you will be charged the cost of this work. 

Special Collection Service 

The Royal Borough offers a Special Collection Service for 
tenants who are moving and want to dispose of something 
big and bulky, like a sofa or a fridge, and even unwanted 
clothes and other textiles. 

Simply contact Waste Services on 020 8921 4661 and tell 
them where you live and what you would like taken away. 

Items we will collect include: 

Fridges, freezers, washing machines, beds, sofas, clothes and 
carpets (carpets must be cut up and tied into manageable 
bundles that one person can carry). 

Items we DO NOT collect include: 

Fitted kitchens, bathroom suites, boilers, sheds, fences 
and rubble. 

For further information, please contact Waste Services on 

020 8921 4661. 

Please leave your home in a good condition! 


This is what happened to the homes advertised in issue 398 


Address 

Bed- 

Property 

No of 

Reg date of 

Band 


rooms 

Type 

Bids 

successful app 


Cross Court Titmuss Avenue SE28 8BY 

1 

FLAT 

244 

19/01/2011 

C 

Mascalls Court Victoria Way SE7 7TT 

3 

FLAT 

358 

20/09/2010 

B 

Bloxham Gardens SE9 6QJ 

2 

PARLOUR HSE 

735 

03/09/2012 

B 

Annesley Road SE3 0JX 

2 

FLAT 

692 

01/02/2012 

B 

Humber Road SE3 7LX 

3 

MAISONETTE 

517 

28/01/2002 

A 

Montcalm Road SE7 8QQ 

3 

PARLOUR HSE 

957 

03/05/1999 

A 

Lemmon Road SE10 9XR 

2 

HOUSE 

703 

02/11/2009 

A 

Coleraine Road SE3 7PQ 

3 

MAISONETTE 

487 

28/06/2004 

A 

St Margarets Terrace SE18 7RW 

2 

HOUSE 

629 

26/04/2010 

A 

Claymill House Raglan Road SE18 7HX 

2 

FLAT 

198 

22/10/2013 

B 

Congleton Grove SE18 7HL 

2 

PARLOUR HSE 

444 

27/04/2012 

B 

Luffield Road SE2 9JW 

0 

FLAT 

233 

07/01/2011 

C 

Sunfields Place SE3 8SP 

2 

HOUSE 

695 

11/02/2002 

A 

Frances Street SE18 5LA 

1 

FLAT 

495 

18/02/2009 

C 

St Domingo House Leda Road SE18 5QW 

1 

FLAT 

436 

03/06/2010 

C 

Robert Street SE18 7LZ 

2 

FLAT 

227 

01/05/2014 

B 

Robert Street SE18 7LZ 

2 

FLAT 

230 

15/10/2013 

B 

Commonwealth Way SE2 OLF 

2 

FLAT 

269 

01/04/2013 

B 

Maryon Road SE7 8DA 

3 

MAISONETTE 

411 

24/06/2013 

B 

Russell Close SE7 7EQ 

1 

BUNGALOW 

417 

11/08/1986 

A 

Wayfield Link SE9 2LP 

1 

FLAT 

310 

30/04/2014 

B 

Turton House Barnfield Road SE18 3UG 

1 

FLAT 

355 

12/01/2009 

C 

Samuel Street SE18 5LE 

2 

FLAT 

196 

25/03/2010 

C 

Eardley Point Wilmount Street SE18 6RH 

1 

FLAT 

385 

24/06/2005 

C 

Eynsham Drive SE2 9PR 

1 

FLAT 

324 

07/07/2010 

C 

Priory House Springfield Grove SE7 7TH 

1 

FLAT 

446 

13/05/2014 

B 

The Glade SE7 7DQ 

1 

FLAT 

532 

20/06/2011 

B 

Webb Court Attlee Road Thamesmead SE28 8DW 

1 

FLAT 

243 

29/03/2011 

C 


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Contact our Allocations Team on: 
020 8921 2941 

housing-allocations@royalgreenwich.gov.uk 


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PUPILS received an unexpected surprise 
when the Bishop of Woolwich, the Rt 
Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave, visited the 
school to see the work that the children 
had been doing. 


by Thoo Dinh 


The bishop called by at Bishop John 
Robinson CofE School, which gets its 
name from a previous clergyman who 



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was made Bishop of Woolwich in 1959. 

The highlight of the day was the school 
unveiling a life-sized replica of the Bishop, 
made of papier mache. 

Pupils Oreofe, Chichi, Alexandra, 
Oreoluwa and Hannah all aged 11 took 
part in a short prayer session with the 
Bishop to mark the grand opening of the 
statue. 

Additionally, each class participated 
in a challenge in order to find out more 
about their school’s identity. 

They were able to ask questions such 
as “Who was Bishop John Robinson?” 
and “What do Bishops do?” which 
left the children with a much broader 
understanding than before. 

Bishop Michael said: “I am particularly 
impressed with the knowledge and 
understanding that some of the Year 6 
children showed.” 

He also mentioned that the children 
were some of the best behaved that he 
had ever seen. 

The aim was to use the Bishop’s visit to 
inspire further learning around Christian 
values within the school. 

Family meal 
comp winners 

THREE lucky GT winners have won a family 
meal at the new giraffe restaurant in 
Blackheath after entering a competition in 
our July 8 issue. 

The winners are Sally Ghatauray from 
Abbey Wood, Deion Rose from Plumstead 
and Mayleen Atima from Thamesmead. 


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'Zoe's 


RAISING THE BAR: Zoe Smith's training has gone well 


competitor who Zoe will now be up 
against while competing for Team 
England. 

Sam said Zoe has been lifting 
bigger weights than ever in the 
gym and her preparations have 
been going much better than even 
for the Europeans, or the domestic 
championships, which were the other 
key preparation events earlier this year. 

“After the Europeans she picked up 
a virus and and even though she won 
bronze she had been struggling to 
perform as she could. 

“So for the British championships we 
put her up a weight category so she didn’t 
have to worry about making the lighter 
weight. It has been a case of getting her 
down to the weight again, but this has 
been the most productive training she 
has had since I’ve been coaching her. 

“In terms of how she feels, it’s pre- 
London 2012 levels.” 

Sam will have to take a back seat and 
merely watch from the seats in the arena 
while Team England coaches work with 
Zoe during the tournament. 

But Sam believes his athlete is in good 
hands. He said: “Her team coach is Andy 
Callard, who coached her through to 
the Olympics, so it is great she is with 
someone she knows. 

“It promises to be a fascinating contest, 
as Michaela is undefeated by a fellow 
Britain since 1997 and is the snatch record 
holder for Great Britain, while Zoe holds 
the clean and jerk record.” 


ZOE Smith heads to Glasgow for the 
Commonwealth Games in terrific 
condition, says her coach. 

Sam Dovey helped Zoe recover from a 
back injury which threatened her future 
in the sport after the Olympic Games in 
London 2012. 

But now he believes the 20-year-old, who 
is an ambassador for Greenwich Starting 
Blocks which supports promising 
athletes, can achieve her aim of a medal 
at the event in Scotland. 

Zoe, 20, who grew up in Abbey Wood, 
will compete in the under-58kg category 
on Sunday afternoon (July 26). 

She will be aiming to at least match 
the bronze medal she won at the last 
Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, 
four years ago. 

Earlier this year, Zoe also became only 
the second British competitor to win a 
European Championship medal, taking 
bronze. 

The first was Michaela Breeze, a Welsh 


Weightier can bid 
for Commonwealth 
Games medal in 
Glasgow, says coach 


by Ian Lamont 


Vera's relay 
silver glory 
at nationals 


3 from page 24 

serious throwing. Vera Chinedu (St 
Matthew’s Academy, Blackheath) ran 
a first heat and semi-final to reach the 
final of the under-15 100m, where she was 
fourth in a season’s best 12.23 seconds. 

She also then ran in the 4x100m relay for 
the age-group, bringing home the baton 
to clinch silver for the London quartet. 

Noah Armitage-Hookes ran 4min 
25.00sec in the under-15 1,500m heats, 
while twin brother Alfie ran 2:10.62 in the 
800 metres. 

Bamiyo Oladipupo was ninth in the 
under-15 triple jump with 11.95 metres. 

In the under-17s girls 100m Shekinah 
George-Lawal ran 12.74sec in his heat. 

In the under-17 boys, Danielle Blake 
had a great 200m heat, finishing third, 
and was unlucky to miss out on the final, 
doing so by 13/100s of a second, having 
run a time of 25.54. 

Tobi Ogunjimi, in the under-17 boys 
200m, reached the final, clocking 22.21 sec 
for seventh. 

In the under-19s, Adam Wright finished 
12th in the 3,000 metres in 8min 57sec. 

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Paralympic sports. The announcement of 
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Harriers' golden girls 


Greenwich Starting Blocks athletes Sabrina Sinha and 


)ivine Oladipo win national titles 


by Ian Lamont 


DIVINE Oladipo has shot to stardom 
in her short time competing in 
athletics - and now she has an English 
Schools Athletics Championships 
medal to inspire her further. 

The 15-year-old, new this year to the 
Greenwich Starting Blocks charity which 
supports promising athletes, was joined 
on the top of the podium by one of its 
established stars - Sabrina Sinha, also 
15. 

Divine threw the shot put 14.92 metres 
to win the under-17 girls’ category at the 
event in Birmingham in a personal best. 

Sabrina was pushed all the way to the 
line when claiming the 1500 metres title, 
the latest in a long line of successes this 
season. 

As a result, both Cambridge Harriers 
athletes, who train at Sutcliffe Park, 
earned places to compete in the home 
nations under-17 international, held in 
Cardiff last weekend. 

Both were competing against athletes at 
least a year older than themselves. 

Sabrina, who has won a string of cross- 
country and track titles this season, said: 
“It’s been an amazing year. It’s really hard 
to say what’s been the best, but I would 
say the [English Schools] was one of them 
because I know I gave everything.” 

She needed to. The Blackheath resident 
ran a personal best 4mins 9.52secs and 


beat her nearest rival, Rosie Johnson, 16, 
from Merseyside, by a matter of metres in 
a sprint finish. 

Sabrina added: “From about 250 metres 
to go, we were neck and neck until 10 
metres before the line. 

“I knew, to make it a quick race, I had to 
take it on from the start and make it as 
fast as possible.” 

Sabrina, competing for Kent Schools, 
was delighted for Divine, who was 
representing London Schools. 

Divine, who attends St Ursula’s School, 
Crooms Hill, threw a personal best and 
cemented her place at the top of the UK 
rankings for this year. 

Divine said: “I went in with the mentality 
to win and I think I just tried to stay as 
calm as possible. 

“I was leading for the first two throws, 
but then I had two no throws and I won 
with the sixth throw.” 

Despite throwing a 3kg championship 
record for the age-group, Divine is 
ambitious to push herself to even higher 
standards. 

“I threw a personal best but I wanted 
to throw 15 metres,” said Divine, who 
believes it is within her ability, either at the 
international, or national championships 
at Bedford in mid- August. 

A total of 11 Cambridge Harriers 
competed. Godgift Nnadozie (St Ursula’s) 
was sixth in the under-15 shot, an 
impressive result in her first season of 

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July 22 2014 


SID 




Ravensbourne 

Convocation 

2014 



Tuesday 22 July 2014 
Indig0 2 and Ravensbourne 
Greenwich Peninsula 





July 22 2014 


Undergraduate 

BSc (Hons) Broadcast Audio Technology 
Matthew Aaron Leuw 

BSc (Hons) Broadcast Information 

Technology 

Ryan Robert Hill 

BSc (Hons) Broadcast Technology 

Simon Blunt 

Scott Campbell 

Benjamin Thomas Carson 

Alexander Mitchell 

Emma Oliver 

BSc (Hons) Outside Broadcast Technology 
Lottie Avery 

Michael Anthony Colyer 
Katherine Margaret Olive Earles 
James Anthony Feasey 
Sean Michael Mehmet 

BA (Hons) Broadcast Operations and 
Production 

Sydney Ebow Otabil Addo 

Daniel Ansell 

Calfyn Ap Bryn 

Seth Brisco 

Sarah Binysh 

Jamie Brewer 

Emily Imogen Hejira Cantrell 

Grace Cohen 

Sophie Ede 

Chris Eden-Green 

Alan Geeson 

Kyron Goode 

Anna Hargreaves 

Maxim Haskins 

Martin Higgins 

Adrian Wesley Horner 

Asef Tajwar Hussain 

Shaddy Koujan 

Jonathan Lambert 

Leon Langdale 

James Phillip Love 

Rikki McAdam 

Brett Howard McMurray 

Nicole Mumuni 

Heather Myers 

Alexander Neaves 

Daniel John Newman 

Rory Michael O’Connor 

Eric Opoku-Afriyie 

Kit James Porter 

George Reay 

Adam Roberts 

Joshua Alexander Rosscraig 

Rumil Shah 

Jose Silver 

Oliver Charles Smith 

Adam Solodujin 

Samuel Nicholas Steel 

Marc Walsh 

Sarah Walsh 

Cindy Ward 

Stephanie White 

Stephen Wignell 

Joy Kofi Williams 

Mark James Willington 

BA (Hons) Production 
John-Daniel McGuill 
Chloe O’Brien 


FdA Editing and Post Production: Industry 

Practice 

Mitchell Hall 

Sebastian Harwood 

Christie Madley 

Thomas Oliver Morgan 

Stephan Pasiewicz 

BA (Hons) Editing and Post Production 

Oliver Allen 

James Angus 

Peter Charles Atack 

Joe Barlow 

Ricardo Alberto Barros 
Timothy Beeston 
Benjamin Paul Bevan 
David John Breckon-Payne 
Frank James Brown 
Andrew Michael Chase 
Rafael Bettega De Figueiredo 
Benjamin Devall 
Alex Dias 

Victoria May Egleton 

Aydin Eigen 

Thomas Ellis 

James William England 

Nader Farhani 

Eleanor Field 

Alex Javier Guana Guana 

Johann Gutierrez 

Charlotte May Hesketh 

Elliott Joseph Hickey 

Alexander John Hills 

Stefan Hughes 

Lance Johnson 

Benjamin Charles Jolly 

Natalie Keeney 

Jong Bin Kim 

Lily Lambrou 

Shanice Lawson 

Edward Henry MacCabee 

Mary McKeogh 

Richard Michalec 

Pawel Dawid Michalski 

Georgina Mitchell 

Wezley Reginald Moore 

Nicholas Christopher Murcutt 

Stefan Myskow 

Harry Nichols 

Rebecca Owen 

Megan Elizabeth Parratt 

Jay Patel 

Misbahuddin Patman 
Terry Paul 

Jorden Emily Pinchen 
Leanne Pletersky 
Joshua Roberts 
Christina Louise Royapen 
Kamal Shaddad 
Shaktideep Haresh Tailor 
Andrew Gordon Tyrrell 
Michael Ubee 
Joseph Walton 
Luke Cameron Weller 
Callum Wood 

BA (Hons) Music Production for Media 

David Richard Allen 

Simon James Allinson 

Adam Yousef Eid Benobaid 

Benjamin Edward George Brannan 

Christian Buratti 

Jannis Timon Carneci-Prove 

Benedict Charles Crawley 

Marcos Macedo De Fagundes 

Daniel Matthew Draper 

Billy Jay Elliott 

Matthew Fletcher 



Laurence Galpin 
Jeremiah George 
Ornella Grafa 
Stacey Gyandu 
Yunwei Huang 
Mark Peter Knops 
Andrew Lonbay 
Daniel Manning 
Callum Stuart Nisbet 
Nathan Neuman 
Jack Charles Parker 
Samuel Terrett 
Christopher John Thake 
Andrew Robert Wells 
Benjamin Woodbridge 

BA (Hons) Sound Design 
Matthew Edwin Alston 
Daniel Richard Barker-Wyatt 
Diana Bennett 
Andrea Bertoni 
Zacchary Kane Brashill 
Claire Cook 
Adam Flynn 
Misha Goodall 
Oliver William Hamilton 
Luke William Hodsdon 
Michal Kuligowski 
Joseph Luck 
Martha Lucas 
Ruslan Nesteruk 
Christopher Noakes 
Joao Pocas 
Ross Edward Powley 
Ben Simons 

Martyna Janina Staruszniak 
Jordan Tallent 
Louis Theodossiou 
Stuart Trewhella 
Joshua Trinnaman 

Degree Aegrotat Sound Design 
Nuno Leite 

BA (Hons) Digital Film Production 

Abiola Akanmu 

Simon Alexander 

Sheera Al-Hassani 

Jay Amin 

Joshua Andrews 

Nicholas Stephen Archer 

Joshua Bamber 

George Barnes 

Callum Barrett 

Charles Barton Rose 

Joachim David Benzimra 

Joseph John Bicknell 

Kamal Azraai Bin Khairul Yusni 

Nadia Chamarelle Birch-Bailey 

Sorcha Rose Blakeley 

Holly Frances Bond 

Joshua Bradley 

Nicola Braid 

Thomas Alexander William Bryan 
Ryan Burnham 
Helena Charlton-Jones 
Jamie Clark 
Laura Clark 

Theodore Alexander Clark 
Cavan Clerkin 
Daniel Cook 
Emily Louise Cook 
Emily-Jane Curtin 
Nadine Davis 
Sam Davis 
Malachi Davis-Barzey 
Vanya Sacha Dickens 
Jamie Michael Dickerson 
Charli Doherty 


Konstantin Ermakov 
Aymen Fahmi 
Christopher Forrest 
Shane Gentles 
Victor Gerasymchuk 
Max Benjamin Green 
Joseph Goodwin 
Fay Hamilton 
Kashman Ishmael Harris 
Joshua Harrison 
Francesca Harris 
Emily Nicole Hatter 
Yannick Hausler 
Charles Heales 
Alex Henry 
Sebastian Heseltine 
Marley Hutchinson 
Alexander Hugh Jackson 
Eleni Kabra 
Mark Koval 
Alex Lloyd 
Sustika Limbu 
Matthew Manners 
Alexandra Miguel Martinez 
Alexandra Mason 
Harry James Matthewson 
Stuart McDonald 
James Mcintyre 
Joseph Mercer-Holland 
Thomas Neish 
Kate Nicholls 
Alexander James Notcutt 
Korinne O’Keeffe 
Roman O’Toole-Howes 
Amy Plumb 
Jason Potter 
Ridwan Rahman 
Thomas Benjamin Rathod 
Olga Riashyna 
Luke Robson 
Sakariya Salad 
Christopher Seager-Smith 
Joseph Sy 

Michael Edward Spence 
Carwyn Alexander Sussex 
Ailsa Alexandra Tapping 
Olivia Topley 
Joshua Tuesley 
Theresa Louise Varga 
Christopher Villota 
Thomas David Walder 
Natalie Wallrapp 
Stephen Walsh 
Daniel Williams 
Josie Williams 
Christian Young 

BA (Hons) Scriptwriting 
Dolly Nelly Grey 

BA (Hons) Animation 

Thomas Beck 
Emily Berry 
Kaloyan Bogdanov 
Aliyah Sara Coreana 
James John Hansell 
Timea Kassai 
Raphael Leon 
Lindsey Lo Presti 
Blanaid Judith Montague 
James Russell 
Amber Cherie Ryan 
Michaela Jane Sames 
Gyorgy Siman 
Robert Smith 
Adam Spring 
Emma Jane Walker 
Stephen Weeks 
Nicholas Whybrow 




July 22 2014 


SIB 


BA (Hons) Architecture 

Mikkel-Angelo Austin-Bennett 
Kiran Bangar 
Darryl Claxton 
Peter Gregory 
Henna Hirani 

Maryann Almustapha Jokolo 
Amina Koroma 
Josephine Rosanna Lees 
Daniel Luzolo Lwanzambi 
Laurine Magaye 
Jack O’Keeffe 
Oluwafemi Omogbehin 
Oluwadamilola Oyetoro 
Mi lot Pireva 
Matthew Smith 
Max Wilson 
Yunhong Xue 

BA (Hons) Interior Design Environment 

Architectures 

Minelle AN 

Baizhou Cai 

Safia Carmel 

Nicholas Gary Cowan 

Johnelle Britni Ennis 

Aurora Hoxha 

Tse Tung Man 

Robert Mccombie 

Sinem Osman 

Ellie Rebecca Scotchmer 

Annie Simpson 

Vladimir Soares De Souza 

BA (Hons) Design Interactions 

Giulia Fortuna 

Vikash Arvind Ratanji 

BA (Hons) Design Products 

Ibrahim Abdi 

Adebowale Agbonin 

Woo Huck Choi 

Methilan Christy 

Daisy Elizabeth Goldsmith 

Thor William Hovland-Pye 

Daryl Humphrey 

Annabelle Murguet 

Jugdeep Pardesi 

Fatima Raza 

Dilukshi Selvendran 

George Fenwick Middleton Stubbs 

Jotheepan Tharmaseelan 

Shih-Yung Wang 

Ross Stephen Whillis 

BA (Hons) Digital Photography 

Emma Barkley 

Kate Childs 

Anna Collins 

Vivian Diep 

Jade Victoria Eve 

Chantelle Francois 

Rebecca Frost 

Caroline Zarah Goldsack 

George Gottlieb 

Sean Jackson 

Arat Komsawadichai 

Agnieszka Kotwinska 

Colette Lassman 

Loren Katarina Lazic-Duffy 

Meara Kallista Morse 

Claire O’Keeffe 

Elizabeth Palmer 

Sanchez Rhys Palmer 

Sofia Liese Sallons 

Alexandra Selby 

Keeley Snelgrove 

Lucy Ann Whittaker 

Karl John Wilkinson 


BA (Hons) Fashion 
Kathryn Lucy Adams 
Myriam Anoble 
Eva Yee Hwah Cham 
Wei-An Chen 
Jung Min Cho 
Alexandra Christodoulou 
Lauren Nicole Field 
Jessica Goddard 
Lucy Gray 
Rachel Kempsell 
Lauren Laurent 
Chang Li 
Yun-Yi Lin 

Olivia Theresa Loughnane 
Ebru Mustafa 
Zoe Neilson-Thackway 
Christopher O’Carroll 
Olivia Anne Maria Pieroni 
Fatima Rahman 

Audrey Delphine Edmee Rannou 
Sam Roknivand 

Roxane Cassandre Europe Scudier 
Monika Selecka 
Gabriela Sena 
Mengxi Shi 

Rosie Elizabeth Whittaker 
Stuart Williamson 
Hope Elizabeth Wyatt 
Joscelin Nicole Yau 
Hazel Yusuf 

BA (Hons) Graphic Design 

Joshua Allen 

Naeem Ayub 

Tsolmon Badralt 

Emmeline Barnes 

Isabelle Denice Bjerke 

Daisy Teresa Cole 

David Crawley 

Clarke Cribb 

Vanessa Louise Clay 

Joe Crust 

Ian Davies 

Elia De Luca 

Helen Feleke 

Calum Hopwood 

Milly Huynh 

Carrie-Ann James 

Bradley Jay Mills 

Sarah Jayne Kettle 

Danielle Catherine Kiff 

Ellis Kitchener 

Szymon Kobic 

Sherida Kuffour 

Laura McConochie 

Joshua Morgan 

Christopher Norris 

Jotham Oakley 

Chiamaka Ojechi 

Anjali Patel 

Mothiur Rahman 

Hugo Arthur Raymond 

Bryony Jennifer Sammons 

Lisa Corrine Saunders 

Sophie Ellen Abigail Saunders 

Chloe Elizabeth Smith 

Jessica Squires 

Soni Parvinder Sunger 

Jonas Urbonas 

Benjamin Vulliamy 

Thomas Walskaar 

Alicia Welch 

Nele Halskov Wellens 

Edward Yau 


BA (Hons) Motion Graphics 

Mostofa Asghar 

Biser Belinov 

Jamal Bennett 

Deborah Blech 

Rachel Bond 

Rhys Clarke 

James Compton 

Joshua Hailes 

Gibril Jallow 

Alexander Jones 

Andrew Le 

Jonathan Lee 

Jonathan Ly 

Robert Norman 

Ellis Oseman 

James Ronan 

Marthe Smidesang 

Jamie Thodesen 

Joshua David Thorpe 

Luke Trott 

AN Uddin 

Jessica Whittaker 

Jack Wintermeyer 

BA (Hons) Web Media 
Taylor Johngary Burman 
Dominic William Christie 
Daniel Finn 
Alex Fuller 

Rizwan Sammy Hussain 
Michael Landu 
Yasin Fatih Muderrisoglu 
Rachel Newbolt 
Sam Richard Savill 
Daniel Stewart Sims 
Corby James Taylor 
Alice Agatha Usachev 
Joseph Stanley Ward 
Mondelle Williams 
Ngoc Yen Luong 

BA (Hons) Web Media Production and 

Management 

Rory Ferron 

Postgraduate 

MA 3D Stereoscopic Media 
Karel Bata 

Michal Tomaz Larsson 
Martin John Uren 

MSc 3D Stereoscopic Media 

Caroline Frances Orme 

MSc Applied Technologies: Rapid 
Prototyping and Digital Technologies 
Julian Raymond John Durrant 

MA Broadcast Futures 

Diepiri MacPepple-Jaja 
Milorad Stevanovic 

MA Communication Design 

Antonio Agusto Pona Sousa Maia 

llonka Ligteringen 

Jekaterina Jegorova 

Joong Gul Ro 

Mengying Wang 

Simon Saunders 

MA Environment Design 

Camilla Bentzen 
Yun Kyung Cho 
Sara Popovic 



MA Fashion 
Michael Adler 
Bara Bergsdottir 
Victoria Chalke 


MA Interactive Digital Media 

Andrew Richard Craddock 
Kieron O’Donnell 
Peter Thiedeke 

MA Visual Effects 

Matthew Thomas Berkeley-Lobato 

Octav Chiritescu-Crisan 

Ricardo De Sousa 

Carlos Egry 

Shkelzen Kernaja 

Ngatik Lui 

Raul Jose Rezende Arantes 

Jamie Patrick Perrin 

Victoria Louise Melisande Smith 

Master of Design: Design Management 
Marcel Munch 
Natasha Sutton 

Master of Design: Luxury Brand 
Management 

Valerie Oluwafadekemi Osibona 
Oiang Wang 

Master of Design: Service Design 

Polly Gannaway 

Mischa Gilbert 

Richard William McMurray 

Master of Fine Arts (Fashion) 

Boryana Ivanova 

Master of Fine Arts (Interactive Digital 
Media) 

Daero Ra 

Master of Fine Arts (Animation Futures) 

Sunghwoa Gong 

Master of Innovation (Broadcast Futures) 
Adrian Law 

Master of Innovation (Environment Design) 

Lidija Osmanovski 

Master of Innovation (Fashion) 

Maria Beatrice Dodi 
Monica Jethwani 


Class 

of 

2014 




E] H3 


July 22 2014 


Ravensbourne Convocation 2014 




Ravensbourne 
6 Penrose Way 
Greenwich Peninsula 
London SE1 0 OEW 


Convocation is one of the highlights of our year when we 
celebrate the success of our graduating students and 
congratulate them all on their achievements and hard work 
over the course of their studies. 


In graduating today, Ravensbourne students join an enviable 
alumni who are working with the BBC, Vivienne Westwood, 
Gensler, Arqiva, Framestore, Pentagram, Ogilvy, MTV, Microsoft 
and many other companies that are key players in the design 
and digital media industries. Ravensbourne graduates are well 
connected and amongst the best. 


On behalf of Ravensbourne’s Board of Governors and staff, 

I congratulate all our 2014 graduates on their award. It is a 
remarkable achievement in itself and one that I hope has been 
accompanied by experiences, friendships and memories that 
will be valued forever. 


Best of luck to Ravensbourne’s Class of 201 4. 


Professor Robin Baker OBE MA (RCA) 

Director and Chief Executive 
Ravensbourne 


www.ravensbourne.ac.uk 
@Ravensbournell K 

Designed by Ben Green and Chris Davies 
BA (Hons) Graphic Design, Ravensbourne