Black History Month: Greenwich Stories: Week 3

by Seth Brisco

To mark Black History Month, we’ll be blogging each week in October with an exciting story, piece of artwork or artefact relating to early Black History in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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Black History Month: Greenwich Stories: Week 2

by Seth Brisco

To mark Black History Month, we’ll be blogging each week in October with an exciting story, piece of artwork or artefact relating to early Black History in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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Honey Bee Day Wrap Up!

by Megan Cable

Our first Honey Bee day saw families from all over the Borough enjoy a multitude of bee themed activities in celebration of those we keep on the roof of Charlton House.

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Black History Month: Greenwich Stories: Week 1

by Seth Brisco

To mark Black History Month, we’ll be blogging each week in October with an exciting story, piece of artwork or artefact relating to early Black History in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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‘Making Woolwich’ Their Stories: Henry Robinson (1854-1925)

by Mark Tindle

This blog focuses on one man who served with the Royal Artillery, but also is about two other men, both of whom were Gunners. They are all in some way connected to a single person in Woolwich, Mrs Barbara Robinson, showing just how numerous the connections to the RA in this area can be.

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‘Making Woolwich’ Their Stories: The Sweeney Family (1863-1944)

by Mark Tindle

Sometimes just one member of a family can serve with a particular Regiment in the Armed Forces. But, sometimes, it can become a family tradition to serve, with multiple members and generations signing up to serve. It is just such a family that is the focus of today’s blog.

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