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Pick of the week

Africa in Eltham, Latin American O2 and Woolwich wartime on the stage By Laura Burgoine

SE9 SOUNDTRACK Live music and dance from Africa and around the globe descends on Eltham Music Festival. Take part in African clay mask making, face painting and more. Eltham Hill Steel Band plays at 10am, Santino and the Bellingham Community Gospel Choir performs at 10:30am. Mosi Conde is on at 11:10am, Bozie performs traditional Ghaniaian music at 12 noon. It takes a Tanzanian turn with Freddy Macha at 12:50pm. Gordon school choir performs at 1:30pm, Banti Arts are bringing Ugandan drumming and dance to the streets at 2pm. African fusion by way of Ancestral Connections perform at 3:10am, and the concert ends with highlife and afrobeat courtesy of Eben Oke andoruba Soul-Jazz at 4:10pm. July 14. Admission: free. Passey Place, SE9.

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ALIVE AND WELL Plumstead is alive with the sound of music. Performed by Los Musicos, The Big Blue and The Hit Men UK, the Parksfest event is on Winn’s Common, Winn’s Common Road, SE18 1PG, on 15 July at 3pm-8pm. Admission: free. -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ROYAL MARKET Local people are selling homemade and handmade items at the seasonal market at Royal Arsenal Woolwich on July 14 from 12pm-4pm. Admission: free. Bentham House, 2-4 Station Way, SE18 6FJ

PARTY FIT FOR A QUEEN Party in the Park is putting on a range of music from a variety of local bands. Delve into the many stalls and activities on offer for all the family. Queenscroft Park, Queenscroft Road, SE9 5EG. July 14 from 12-5pm. Admission: free.

HOLA GREENWICH London’s biggest one-day Latin American fiesta is set to raise the roof at the O2 with world-class Latin music, dancing and street food. The arena will host performances from Colombian superstar Carlos Vives, godfather of salsa Rubén Blades with Roberto Delgado Salsa Big Band, Piso 21: the best new artist nominees at the Latin Grammys, and Cuban bandleader Descemer Bueno: the man behind Bailando and a string of other mega-hits. There’s also a showcase of high-energy Cali Swing Kids & Teens Dance Group, who received critical acclaim after making it to the semi-finals on Britain's Got Talent last month. This year also sees a range of activities and performances return to the outside area, with Jesus Cutiño & Son de Cuba, showcasing their infectious take on traditional Cuban music led by charismatic guitarist and songwriter Jesus Cutiño, and Cali style salsa band Kalison Orquesta performing in the afternoon and DJ Johnny G playing for the salseros. Latin American Street Food from Comida Fest will take up residence from midday. Saturday 21 July. Tickets: £46.75-£224.75. www.axs.com/uk

MOUNTAIN VIEWS See Lithuanian film Peledu Kalnas (Owl Mountain) on the big screen at Greenwich Odeon. The historical drama explores the political and social issues of Lithuania in 1947-1952, which reflect most of Soviet occupied countries' life. The film follows a Lithuanian high school student who joins the local resistance and attempts to document the abuses perpetrated by the Russian army. July 6-12. www.odeon.co.uk

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WARTIME WOOLWICH A new play pays tribute to the people of Britain who lived through the First World War. Woolwich at War tells the story of ordinary people and how the war shaped their lives. July 13 at 7:30pm and July 14 at 2:30pm and 7:30pm at the Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Road, SE9 5TG.

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Stage & Screen

Greenwich Muppe As Kermit and co take the O2, Miss Piggy plans visits with ‘close personal friends’ Harry and Meghan and dinner with former co-star Michael Caine, writes Laura Burgoine

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atch Kermit -and Kylie- in Greenwich as the Muppets Take the O2. Special guests Kylie Minogue, Doctor Who stars David Tennant and Peter Davison, and comedian Kevin Bishop are joining the Muppets as they cross the pond for their first ever fulllength live European show.

Based on their hit 1980s variety TV show, Kermit the Frog leads an all-star cast in the Muppets Take London: Live at the O2. This marks the first time the Muppets have ever performed their full live extravaganza outside of the USA. Kermit and Miss Piggy talk to the Weekender about their London homecoming. This is your first time performing your show in London; what are you most excited about? KERMIT: We’re excited to finally be able to bring our whole show to life on the stage in front of a UK audience! It’s all here: music, great sketches like “Pigs In Space” and “Muppet Labs”, special guest stars, dancing chickens, boomerang fish and a lot of stuff that’s going to surprise to everyone, even us. MISS PIGGY: Yeah, yeah, all that is fine, but the real excitement will happen when moi takes the stage for what future generations will no doubt call the greatest performance in the history of

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show business...ever. KERMIT: Gee, Piggy, aren’t you overselling it? MISS PIGGY: Not possible.

MISS PIGGY: No, I want it to be a surprise. KERMIT: Well, this one’s a real doozy.

Can you reveal any secrets about what you have in store for fans at the O2?

How do you prepare for a big show like this? Do you have any backstage rituals?

KERMIT: Well, we’ve got some special celebrity guest stars at each performance, plus a live rock & roll set by Dr Teeth and the Electric Mayhem Band, a comedy performance by Fozzie Bear, and an act by The Great Gonzo that is absolutely indescribable. In fact, I’ve seen it twice and I still don’t know what it is. MISS PIGGY: And all that is preamble to my performance, which is so secret that even I’m not sure what it is.

KERMIT: I always have butterflies in my stomach before I go on stage. It’s not that I get nervous; it’s just what I had for lunch. MISS PIGGY: Before I go on stage, no one is allowed to speak to me or make eye contact with me. KERMIT: Is that your rule, or is that just because everyone is afraid of you? MISS PIGGY: Either way, it works.

Have you ever travelled this far? Will you go out and see any sights on your travels?

Who has the biggest dressing room? Is the green room only for Kermit?

KERMIT: Oh, we’ve spent a lot of time in London. In fact, we’ve shot a couple of our movies here, and we made the original Muppet Show here at Elstree Studios. So this is like a homecoming for us. We can’t wait to see the sights and visit with friends. MISS PIGGY: Yes, visiting my close personal friends, like William and Kate and Harry and Meghan. KERMIT: Did you tell them you’re coming to visit?

MISS PIGGY: Naturally, moi has the biggest dressing room. KERMIT: Actually, Miss Piggy has the only dressing room. The rest of us have to change in a closet. MISS PIGGY: It better not be moi’s closet. KERMIT: As for the green room, I avoid it except when I’m trying to hide. When you’re putting together a show like this, there are times when being able to blend in with the wallpaper really comes in handy.

You’ve been in Dickensian London for The Muppet Christmas Carol. Will you catch up with Michael Caine while you’re here? KERMIT: I sure hope so. He is a great friend, a great actor and we’d love to get together while we’re in town. MISS PIGGY: Of course! Sir Michael and moi are going to dinner together. KERMIT: Does he know about that? MISS PIGGY:No, I want it to be a surprise. KERMIT: Another real doozy!

The Muppets Take the O2 is at the O2 Arena, Peninsula Square, SE10 ODX, for two evenings and one matinee on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th July. Tickets: £52.50-£112.50. www.aegpresents.co.uk/events/ detail/the-muppets-take-the-o2

Thank you, Kermit and Miss Piggy KERMIT: Thank you, and we look forward to seeing everyone at The Muppets Take the O2 on Friday, July 13th and Saturday, July 14th! MISS PIGGY: Be there. I’ll be taking attendance! KERMIT: Sheesh!

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Ricky brings his stand-up show to the Churchill TV and film star Ricky Grover is bringing his stand-up show to Churchill Theatre on August 21.

Grover is known for television roles, often portraying criminals and antagonists, such as Bulla in the 11 O’Clock Show, Heather’s love interest Andrew Cotton in EastEnders, Maximus in Plebs, and Baxter in Red Dwarf. He also starred in the movie Big Fat Gypsy Gangster and Guy Ritchies’s Revolver. Comedians Mike Gunn, and Ross McGrane will both be joining Ricky Grover for the night of stand-up at the Bromley

Matt Terry to star at theatre he used to work in Former X Factor winner Matt Terry will return to Churchill Theatre, where he used to work in the box office, but this time as the star of the new production Madagascar – The Musical.

Matt Terry, who also won the X Factor in 2016, will be Alex the Lion in the musical, based on the DreamWorks animated picture. Churchill Theatre did a small interview with Matt during rehearsals: Hi Matt! Are you excited about returning to Bromley? Yes I cannot wait to return to Bromley! I spent 5 years of my life here, working in restaurants and front of house at Churchill Theatre

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to keep my head above water. It’s crazy to think where I was two years ago and now I get to come back and perform on stage in front of all my locals!

Musical? I was actually in Italy with my parents when I got the call, so we celebrated with dinner and Limoncello on the Amalfi Coast!

Where are you favourite places to go or things to do in Bromley? Starbucks near Bromley South! And of course the classic Glades, especially now it has all the outside restaurants to try.

Can you tell us a bit about Madagascar – The Musical? Everything about it is immense! The music, the cast, the set, costume… you name it! It will bring back a lot of memories for everybody. The movie is iconic and we’re going to do it proud!

When did you realise you wanted to be a performer? My whole life I’ve always sang… so as long as I’m doing that, I’m happy! How did you celebrate when you found out you would be playing Alex The Lion in Madagascar – The

theatre. Gunn has appeared in BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and is a regular on The Comedy Store and Live At Jongleurs programmes. McGrane runs his own comedy nights, Little Smash Comedy, and has a Sunday evening radio show on Radio Essex. he was also booked as official tour support for Russel Kane to mark his two year anniversary. August 21, 7:30pm, tickets are £24 and can be purchased churchilltheatre.co.uk

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The show will run from September 25-29. Tickets are £23-£35, and can be purchased at churchilltheatre.co.uk

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Events

Thousands flock to Get Together

Around 30,000 people flocked to the Royal Greenwich Get Together on Saturday 30 June.

The free family festival featured a carnival parade, veteran presentations, and performances from a range of artists including Soul II Soul’s Jazzie B. Events were held in General Gordon Square and on the Royal Arsenal.

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Thamesmead's birthday party! Thamesmead will be holding a day-long celebration on the banks of Southmere Lake to mark its 50th anniversary on July 14. The 50th birthday festival includes: • live music with local artists • a local talent stage • a carnival put on by the community • a dog show • a tea parlour • local food vendors • sailing on the lake • a round table, open to the public for discussions • circus performance workshops The celebration will start with a parade that goes through Thamesmead and ends at Southmere Lake. Local outdoor art production companies Emergency Exit Arts and Nutkhut will also be helping to design the festival. “I started working in

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Thamesmead about a year ago,” said Adriana Marques, the Head of Cultural Strategy at Peabody, the organisation putting together the festival. “Everyone was telling me ‘there’s no culture in Thamesmead,’ but I really didn’t have to look that hard at all.” Leading up to the festival there have been other events, such as 1,500 trained pigeons flying with LED lights attached to their feet, in homage to WWI courier pigeons that would have had messages tied to their feet instead. And on July 3-7, there was a production of the play Beautiful Thing, a story about two teenage boys who fall in love after being neighbours in Thamesmead. The play was eventually adapted into the 1994 film by the same name. For more information visit: www.thamesmeadnow.org.uk/ event-items/thamesmead-50thbirthday-festival/

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Arts

July Heritage Trust workshops

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he Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust has announced it will be temporarily closing its museum and archive, the Greenwich Heritage Centre, as it waits to move into a new building in Woolwich.

The museum will close for an indefinite amount of time on July 21, as plans for Woolwich's new £31 million Creative District, the site of the museum's new building, are developed. Since the plans for the Woolwich Creative District are not yet finalised, there is no set date for the Greenwich Heritage Centre to reopen, but the museum will still be hosting events in the meantime.

"The collections are moving to a store in the borough," said Tracy Stringfellow, the CEO of the Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust. "We will be displaying items from the collection at various borough venues through a programme of outreach work to the wider community throughout the period of closure." So far, a series of free art workshops have been scheduled for June and July; there’s still a few left for this month. Venetian mask making with Eloisa Belloni (part 1) on Wednesday 11 July at 6pm8pm. Admission: Free. Booking required. Halton Court, Kidbrooke Village, SE3 9ET

Textile jewellery making with Beki Gowing on Friday 13 July at 10:30am-12:20pm. Admission: Free. Drop-in.C2K Community Centre, 2 Penmon Road, SE2 9PH Lampshade making with Beki Gowing on Thursday 19 July at 10:30am-1pm. Admission: free. Booking required. Eltham Library, Archery Road, SE9 1HA Venetian mask making with Eloisa Belloni (Part 2) on Sat 21 July at 2pm-4pm. Admission: free. Booking required. Halton Court, Kidbrooke Village, SE3 9ET. For more information visit: www.greenwichheritage.org

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Mini festival at Tudor Barn The Tudor Barn in Eltham is throwing a mini festival for Prosecco, bubbles, and other sparkling cocktails for the first time on Sunday, July 15. Guests will be given a free glass of Frizzante - a semi-sparkling wine - on arrival. There will also be over fifteen different types of sparkling wines and cocktails for

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guests to choose from, as well as pizza and other street food, and live music. And as the event takes place on a Sunday, the pub will be serving traditional Sunday Roast. 12pm - 6pm. Tickets are £5 and can be purchased here. The option of a VIP upgrade is also available.

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Cinema

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eptford Cinema is celebrating ‘spaghetti westerns’ with a screening of Sergio Leone’s A Fistful of Dollars.

A cheaper version of the classic American genre, spaghetti Westerns emerged in the ‘60s in the wake of Leone’s filmmaking style and international box office success, and were filmed cheaply in Europe by Italian directors. By the late ‘60s, almost half of the films produced in Italy were westerns. Despite a ‘western’ setting, these movies were never actually shot in America, and often featured dubbed European or English-speaking stars, and showcased a greater sense of stylish operatic violence, edgy political commentary and a twisted sense of humour than their American cousins. The cycle of spaghetti westerns lasted just a few years but before hanging up its spurs in the ‘70s, it completely rewrote the genre. The1964 A Fistful of Dollars defined the spaghetti style: from the vast desert vistas filmed in Spain to the moody micro-close ups, the dance-of-death shootouts and the majestic and exotic Ennio Morricone score. It made star Clint Eastwood such an iconic gun-slinging figure that he now arguably defines the image of the western over John Wayne. San Miguel is a one horse town that's being pulled apart by two rival families. John Baxter, the crooked town sheriff with a sideline in weapons smuggling, and the Rojo Cartel, headed up by a trio of volatile brothers: Miguel, Ramon and Esteban. So far no one has been able to tip the scales. Enter the Man with No Name: a laconic gunslinger for hire. So, ride back to the Italian West in Deptford.

Western classic on screen

A Fistful of Dollars is at Deptford Cinema, 39 Deptford Broadway, SE8 4PQ, on Tuesday 17 July at 7pm-9pm. Tickets: £6 (concession: £4.50). deptfordcinema.org

Romeo and Juliet at the Picturehouse Greenwich Picturehouse is live streaming the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Romeo and Juliet.

What if your first true love was someone you’d been told you must hate? Set in a world very like our own, this Romeo and Juliet is about a generation of young people born into violence and ripped apart by the bitter divisions of their

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parents. The most famous story of love at first sight explodes with intense passion and an irresistible desire for change, but leads all too quickly to heartbreaking consequences. Wednesday 18 July at 7pm. 180 Greenwich High Rd, SE10 8NN. Student tickets available for £7.50. www.picturehouses.com

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Family

Crossness Pumping Station Family Open Day

Tommies and tractors

The old Victorian sewage pumping station will be open to the public on July 15 (10:30am-4pm) with a day full of historical talks and craft workshops especially designed for families. Free entry for Thamesmead Festival Golden Ticket holders, otherwise £4 for adults, £1 children. Under 5s free. crossness.org.uk

The Woodlands Farm Trust invites families to learn all about the First World War and how it affected farming, especially in the Welling area. There will be tractor and trailer rides and workshops for traditional farm skills, such as butter making. Admission is free, but donations welcome. July 24, 11am-3pm. thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org

Mini mudlarks babies group Museum of London Docklands is offering a free one-hour workshop for babies and their parents (or carers) designed to help the babies learn in the museum environment. There is exclusive time in the Mudlarks Gallery at the end of the session. Suitable for children aged 6 months to pre-walking. Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance. July 16 and 23, 12:45pm. museumoflondon.org.uk

Eltham Palace’s open air theatre The UK’s premier all-male theatre company, The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, will be performing at Eltham Palace on July 11 (7:30pm). The Shakespeare play will be an open-air production, and viewers can bring chairs and blankets – and a picnic to enjoy – while sitting on the grass. Tickets are £15 for adults, £10 children. english-heritage.org.uk

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The Incredibles 2 Join Greenwich Picturehouse for screenings of The Incredibles 2 – a sequel that is coming fourteen years after the original film. This time, however, the star of the show is Elastigirl, while the rest of the family attempts to navigate normal life. July 13-19. Tickets start at £11.10 for adults, and £7.10 children. picturehouses.com

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ONBlackheath festival's food line-up revealed O

NBlackheath just got a whole lot tastier as Street Food Union announced it’s joining the family friendly festival.

Founded as a Soho Street Food Market in 2014, Street Food Union was created by market traders,

So, what’s on the menu? Sandwich fanatics Sub Cult have been dishing up their gourmet delistyle sub rolls for the past four years. In their pursuit to serve London’s best sandwiches founders Ben and Gaz have picked up award after award. The Cheese Truck serves some of the greatest grilled cheese sandwiches from the back of two 1970s Bedford Ice Cream vans named Alfie and Audrey. Within two years of opening, more than 100,000 sandwiches packed with 20 tonnes of gooey cheese passed through Alfie and Audrey’s hatches. Despite its name, Yorkshire Burrito is as British as tweed, Earl Grey tea and arguing about the order of which jam or cream goes onto a scone. The philosophy is simple: to celebrate the divine Sunday roast in all its glory. Choose

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for market traders, with a strong focus on quality, sustainability and entrepreneurial spirit. ONBlackheath will also feature Street Food Union’s newest venture, Soho Vegan Market, with an area entirely dedicated to vegan fare.

from chicken, beef, pork or veggie with all the trimmings wrapped up in a giant Yorkshire pudding. You can even upgrade with an extra gravy dipping pot. The guys at Only Jerkin’ put a fresh twist on Caribbean cuisine, playing with traditional Caribbean flavour to produce some pretty special dishes such as their signature jerk chicken nuggets triple dipped in ginger beer batter. British Street Food Award winners Dosa Deli create some of the most delicious South Indian inspired dosas; using authentic flavours they truly make these traditional fermented pancakes their own with some twists on this ancient dish, which dates back to the 1st Century AD. Popdogs serve up carefully crafted, deliciously dirty dogs. From breakfast, lunch and dinner these damn fine dogs feature the finest ingredients,

packed into freshly baked buns. In the Soho Vegan Market, EatChay put a modern twist on traditional Vietnamese and Korean dishes. Serving mouth-watering banh mi, steamed buns and kimchi burgers, this 100% vegan menu allows fruits and veg to be the shining stars of their dishes. For vegans, Feral Food Store makes everything from scratch, from their Southern Fried Seitan, to roast cauliflower steak, smoked tofu rinds and sweet potato fries with

pomegranate molasses. Young Vegans are one of the city’s prime producers of vegan pies, baking up a tasty array of treats from their Steak and Ale made with beer marinated seitan and an all-day breakfast pie made with scrambled tofu, caramelised onions and vegan sausage. Combining bold authentic flavours, fresh vegan creations and modern Thai classics, Greedy Khao is the creation of international couple Lee and Faai. The couple found it near

impossible to find authentic Thai food, the likes of which Faai could produce at home and so Greedy Khao was born! The cool cats at Vegan Vice create some of the most delicious vegan burgers around, from their coconut chicken, el vegano, vegan truffle shuffle and smoker sweet peanut butter BBQ. For a healthy take on dessert, Lickalix ice lollies are packed with all natural and organic goodness for the whole family.

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P U B LIC NOT IC ES

Licensing Team, 4th Floor, Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, London SE18 6HQ. Tel: 020 8921 8018; Fax: 020 8921 8380; Email: licensing@royalgreenwich.gov.uk NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE - LICENSING ACT 2003 Notice is given that: Blackheath Rugby Ltd has applied for the Grant of a Premises Licence for the following premises: Hervey Road Playing Fields Pavilion, Hervey Road, London SE3 8BU A record of this application may be inspected by appointment. Other persons may make representations to the Council on this application by no later than Tuesday 31st July 2018. Representations can be made in writing, by email or fax using the contact details above. Representations can only be made on the grounds of one of the four licensing objectives, namely: • Prevention of Crime and Disorder • Prevention of Public Nuisance • Public Safety • Protection of Children from Harm Any person who makes a false statement in connection with an application is liable on summary conviction to a maximum fine of £5,000. It is proposed that the following licensable activities will take place at the premises: • The Provision of Live Music • The Provision of Recorded Music • The Supply of Alcohol

Licensing Team, 4th Floor, Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, London SE18 6HQ. Tel: 020 8921 8018; Fax: 020 8921 8380; Email: licensing@royalgreenwich.gov.uk NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE - LICENSING ACT 2003 or FOR A VARIATION PURSUANT TO SECTION 34 Notice is given that: HOP STUFF BREWERY has applied for the Grant of a Premises Licence for the following premises: 35.9 COBALT, WHITE HART AVENUE, THAMESMEAD, LONDON, SE28 0GU A record of this application may be inspected by appointment. Other persons may make representations to the Council on this application by no later than 31st July 2018. Representations can be made in writing, by email or fax using the contact details above. Representations can only be made on the grounds of one of the four licensing objectives, namely: • Prevention of Crime and Disorder • Prevention of Public Nuisance • Public Safety • Protection of Children from Harm Any person who makes a false statement in connection with an application is liable on summary conviction to a maximum fine of £5,000. It is proposed that the following licensable activities will take place at the premises: SUPPLY OF ALCOHOL (ON & OFF SALES): MONDAY TO SUNDAY 09:0023:00

DID YOU KNOW?

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) BROAD WALK PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER)

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) WOODHURST ROAD, SE18 PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER)

1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich makes this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Thames Water who need to carry out Service Pipe Relay. 2. The Order will come into operation on 16th July 2018 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take 7 Days. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading outside 69 Broad Walk 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Woolacombe Road, Dursley Road, Holburne Road, Corelli Road and Vice Versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 28-06-2018 [INTERNAL REF: TIRBG011NOP]

1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich makes this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Thames Water who need to carry out repair work to a district meter. 2. The Order will come into operation on 23rd July 2018 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take 4 Days. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading South bound Into Bostall Hill from Woodhurst road 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Myrtledene Road, Basildon Road & Bostall Hill. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 28-06-2018 [INTERNAL REF: TIRBG011NOP]

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) [Plum Lane] PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER) Licensing Team, 4th Floor, Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, London SE18 6HQ. Tel: 020 8921 8018; Fax: 020 8921 8380; Email: licensing@royalgreenwich.gov.uk NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE - LICENSING ACT 2003 or FOR A VARIATION PURSUANT TO SECTION 34 Notice is given that: TAPROOM SE10 LIMITED has applied for the Grant of a Premises Licence for the following premises: UNIT 2, 20 RIVER GARDENS WALK, GREENWICH, LONDON, SE10 0FZ A record of this application may be inspected by appointment. Other persons may make representations to the Council on this application by no later than 2nd August 2018. Representations can be made in writing, by email or fax using the contact details above. Representations can only be made on the grounds of one of the four licensing objectives, namely: • Prevention of Crime and Disorder • Prevention of Public Nuisance • Public Safety • Protection of Children from Harm Any person who makes a false statement in connection with an application is liable on summary conviction to a maximum fine of £5,000. It is proposed that the following licensable activities will take place at the premises: SUPPLY OF ALCOHOL (ON & OFF SALES): MONDAY TO SUNDAY 11:0023:00

1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich intends to make this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate Residents who need to carry out a street party. 2. The Order will come into operation on the 14th July 2018 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the closure is for one day. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading) in, Plum Lane between Plumstead Common Road and Vambery Road 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Plumstead Common Road, Kirk Lane and Vambery Road. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 09th July 2018

Licensing Team, 4th Floor, Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, London, SE18 6HQ. Tel: 020 8921 8018; Fax: 020 8921 8380; Email: licensing@royalgreenwich.gov.uk NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE - LICENSING ACT 2003 Notice is given that: The Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College has applied for the (grant or variation) of a Premises Licence for the following premises: The Old Royal Naval College, 2 Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich London SE10 9LW info@greenwichfoundation.org.uk A record of this application may be inspected by appointment. Other persons may make representations to the Council on this application by no later than 23rd July 2018 (last date for making representations). Representations can be made in writing, by email or fax using the contact details above. Representations can only be made on the grounds of one of the four licensing objectives, namely: • Protection of children from harm • Prevention of Public nuisance • Prevention of crime and disorder • Public safety. Any person who makes a false statement in connection with an application is liable on summary conviction to a maximum fine of £5,000. It is proposed that the following licensable activities will take place at the premises: Plays, Live Music, Recorded Music, Films, Performance of Dance, Provision of Late Night Refreshment, Supply of Alcohol.

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) [Verdun Road] PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER) 1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich intends to make this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Thames Water who need to carry out Sewer repairs. 2. The Order will come into operation on the 16th July 2018 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take one week. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading) in, Verdun Road at the junction of Wickham Lane and Alliance Road is to be turned two way with the No entry prohibition to be removed at the junction of Southland Road. 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via (i) Wickham Lane, Villacourt Road, Alliance Road and vice versa. (ii) Wickham Lane, King’s Highway, Southland Road, Alliance Road and Vice versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 6th July 2018

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P U BL I C N OT I C ES Royal Borough of Greenwich Town & Country Planning Act 1990 (AS AMENDED) Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Planning (Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas) Act 1990 (AS AMENDED) Planning (Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas) Regulations 1990 (AS AMENDED) Notice is hereby given that application(s) have been made to The Royal Borough of Greenwich in respect of the under mentioned premises/sites.You can see the submissions and any plans at http://www. royalgreenwich.gov.uk/planning. If development proposals affect Conservation Areas and/or Statutorily Listed Buildings under the Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Area) Act 1990 (As Amended) this will be shown within the item below. Anyone who wishes to comment on these applications should be made in writing to Development Planning within 21 days of the date of this notice. Please quote the appropriate reference number. Date: 11/07/2018 Victoria Geoghegan Publicity for Planning Applications. Applicant:

Applicant:

Mrs Mourin

18/1547/F

Mr Bahra

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Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

Flat 24, Greenwich Academy, 50 Blackheath Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 8DZ Construction of a single storey rear extension. ASHBURNHAM TRIANGLE

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

81 WESTCOMBE PARK ROAD, BLACKHEATH, LONDON, SE3 7QS Creation of a basement including the installation of a lightwell. WESTCOMBE PARK

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

197 PLUM LANE, PLUMSTEAD, LONDON, SE18 3HQ Replacement of garage roof tiles. SHREWSBURY PARK ESTATE

Applicant:

Applicant:

Applicant:

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area: Applicant:

Mr Kenneth Earl

Mr & Mrs Woodhams

18/1905/HD

Berkeley Homes (East Thames) Ltd

Applicant:

18/1920/HD

18/1947/R

Site Address: Land to the East of Moorhead Way - Kidbrooke Village Phase 2 (West), SE3 Development: Submission of Reserved Matters (Appearance, Landscaping, Layout and Scale) pursuant to Condition 1 of Outline Planning Permission dated 24th June 2009 (Reference: 08/2782/O) for the erection of 65 resi dential units and associated car parking, cycle parking, refuse and recycling facilities and landscaping. (The development may impact on the setting of the Grade II listed building - 102 Manor Way, SE3). Conservation Area: Adjacent or Affecting a listed building

18/1948/F

ALDI Stores Ltd

18/1959/F

Ms Julia Maynard

18/1976/HD

Mr & Mrs Whyte

18/1988/HD

Mr Kham Chu

18/1992/F

Michael Pape

18/1998/HD

Site Address: ALDI STORES LTD, 7 TWIN TUMPS WAY, THAMESMEAD, LONDON, SE28 8RD Development: Demolition of existing building and construction of a new food store. Applicant:

9 HARDY ROAD, BLACKHEATH, LONDON, SE3 7NS Replacement of window with an entrance door on side elevation and demolition of existing rear conservatory and extension to allow the construction of a new single storey rear extension. WESTCOMBE PARK

Berkeley Homes (East Thames) Ltd

Site Address: Land to the East of Moorhead Way - Kidbrooke Village Phase 2 (West), SE3 Development: Construction of 85 residential units (22 x 1 bed, 61 x 2 bed and 2 x 3 bed) with associated car parking, landscaping, cycle parking and refuse storage. (The development may impact on the setting of the Grade II listed building - 102 Manor Way, SE3). Conservation Area: Adjacent or Affecting a listed building

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area: Applicant:

31 FOXES DALE, BLACKHEATH, LONDON, SE3 9BH Construction of a single storey rear extension. BLACKHEATH PARK

Site Address: 4 Shannon Mews, 78A Meadowcourt Road, Blackheath, London, SE3 9DP Development: Construction of a two storey side extension, single storey rear extension and front porch. Conservation Area: BLACKHEATH PARK Applicant:

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

1 KEELING ROAD, ELTHAM, LONDON, SE9 6AA Construction of a single storey front extension at 1 Keeling Road and construction of two x two-bed attached dwelling houses. adjacent to Eltham Green

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

57 FOYLE ROAD, BLACKHEATH, LONDON, SE3 7RQ Construction of a single storey rear infill extension. WESTCOMBE PARK

Applicant:

Applicant:

Mrs Sorensen

18/2024/HD

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

284 Well Hall Road, Eltham, London, SE9 6UG Construction of a single storey rear extension with mono pitched roof and two rooflights. PROGRESS ESTATE

Applicant:

Publicity for Listed Building Consent. Applicant: Rev. Delmar The PCC of St Michael and All Angels Church, Woolwich 18/1918/L

Site Address: ST MICHAELS CHURCH, BORGARD ROAD, WOOLWICH, LONDON, SE18 5LD Development: Removal of existing pews within Nave to be replaced with stacking chairs. Listed Building: Grade 2

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) [Abery Street] PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER)

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) Mycenae Road PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER)

1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich intends to make this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Thames Water who need to carry out water mains repair. 2. The Order will come into operation on the 16th July 2018 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take one week. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading in, Coleraine Road outside number 123. 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Westcombe Park Road, Foyle Road, Humber Road and Vice versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 6th July 2018 [INTERNAL REF: TIRBG007NOP]

1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich intends to make this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Royal Borough of Greenwich who need to carry out Crane works. 2. The Order will come into operation on the 22nd July 2018 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take 1 day. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading) in, Abery Street between Plumstead High Street and Bateson Street. 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Plumstead High Street, Garibaldi Street, Abery Road and vice versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 2397. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 06th July 2018 [INTERNAL REF: TIRBG047NOP]

1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich intends to make this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Thames Water who need to carry out Water main repair works. 2. The Order will come into operation on the 23rd July 2018 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take one week. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading in, Mycenae Road at the junction of Westcombe Park Road. 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Mycenae Road, Kirkside Road, Glenluce Road, Westcombe Park Road and Vice versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 6th July 2018 [INTERNAL REF: TIRBG009NOP]

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116 KING GEORGE STREET, GREENWICH, LONDON, SE10 8PX Construction of a single storey side extension and construction of a mansard roof extension with dormer windows at front and rear. (The development may impact the setting of the Grade II listed building - The Grange, 52 Crooms Hill). WEST GREENWICH

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) Coleraine Road PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER)

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Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

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