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The restoration of buildings along Durnford Street will create new retail spaces for Greenwich Market

GREENWICH MARKET MAKEOVER PLANS REVEALED

Big changes are afoot at Greenwich Market. Isobel Diamond finds out what it will mean for the many long-standing traders and how the developments will improve the visitor experience

Guy Awford's grilled John Dory with lemon and marjoram

RECIPE: JOHN DORY, LEMON AND MARJORAM

The Greenwich restaurateur cooks up the essence of summer with grilled John Dory, lemon and marjoram Quick and easy to cook, delicious and nutritious to eat, few things capture the essence of a summer meal quite like a perfectly grilled fish. As the skin chars the flesh takes on a wonderful smoky aroma, and because […]

Mark Titman, who lectures in architecture at Greenwich University, runs his own architecture firm specialising in modern extensions for period buildings

PERIOD HOME MEETS CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

London’s period housing stock can prove a challenge when looking to create a more contemporary home. Karen Jensen-Jones meets a couple who found a way One of the interesting things about Greenwich, as well as the grand views and its maritime history, is undoubtedly the wonderful architecture. And not just those palatial royal buildings, but […]

Five ways to keep the kids happy during May half term in south east London

HALF TERM ACTIVITIES IN SE LONDON

Five ways to keep the kids happy during May half term in South East London

Oliver Sharp runs the Blackheath and Greenwich branches of Black Vanilla gelateria

BLACKHEATH’S BEST INDEPENDENTS

With independent businesses facing tough trading conditions, The Guide Resident chats with some of the local stores keeping our high streets vibrant and unique

Hampton Court Music Festival, summer 2014

THREE OF THE BEST LONDON FESTIVALS

Jools Holland at Hampton Court, Paloma Faith in Regent’s Park or Goldfrapp at the Old Royal Naval College, there are some seriously civilised music events coming to London this summer

Richmond Park's Isabella Plantation

TEN WAYS TO ENJOY THE ROYAL PARKS IN THE SUMMER

Spring has sprung and we’re set for an unseasonably warm run up until June, so while it’s lovely and sunny, get out there and enjoy our Royal Parks. From jazz in Greenwich Park and theatre in Regent’s Park to bat hunting in Hyde Park, there’s plenty of fun to be had…  Row your boat 
Hire a rowing boat […]

The River Garden Greenwich

THE RIVER GARDEN: GREENWICH’S VIBRANT NEW QUARTER

Royal Greenwich’s vibrant new quarter stretches 300m along the River Thames and is inscribed by UNESCO for its Grade I listed architecture

The Cooperage Greenwich

BAR REVIEW: THE COOPERAGE, GREENWICH

Davy’s has long been a favourite for a glass of wine, so when they recently opened a cocktail bar in the basement Victorian wine cellar, I couldn’t wait to go

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