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CategorySports & Leisure Centres
Southwood RoadNew ElthamLondonSE9 3QT
New Eltham Library is located in New Eltham in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. This modern facility offers free internet, email plus a range of software including self learning IT packages along with a wide range of titles for children and adults. Books for loan DVD's Computers WiFi Adult Activities Children's activities Newspapers and magazines Mobile Library Ebooks - Overdrive Libraries are places for everyone to use…
Greenwich Park Tennis CentreGreenwich Royal ParkLondonSE10 8QY
Children can play at any time, during normal park opening hours, or book in advance by calling the 24 hour answering service, to reserve a court. Summer evenings and weekends get very busy, so booking is recommended at these times. Tennis coaching is offered, including weekend intensives, junior clinics, and the more usual one-to-one with Mark, the coaching professional.
Blendon TerracePlumsteadLondonSE18 7RS
Adventure playgrounds are unique and special play spaces, with many fantastic benefits to children and young people. They can be the first place where many children learn to climb, jump, swing and hang helping them to build strength, coordination and balance. Plumstead Adventure Play Centre has a great collection of rope swings, walk ways, zip wires and of course cat & mouse, every young persons favorite. Children have fun, while challenging themselves in a safe but testing environment. For rainy days there is…
1Abery StreetPlumsteadLondonSE18 1DB
Plumstead Library is located in the heart of Plumstead in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. This modern facility has free Wi-fi and computer access for the community along with a wide range of books, videos and music for adults and children. It provides dedicated children's area and Teenzone as well as self issue points. Books for loan DVD's Computers WiFi Adult Activities Children's activities Newspapers and magazines Mobile Library…
Greenwich Volunteer Police Cadets is a uniformed programme providing young people with opportunities to develop and learn, whilst gaining qualifications such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award , First aid and senior leadership. We help improve self-confidence, personal responsibility and safety, alongside team building activities, sport and policing skills with an insight into criminal law. And we help our community at events. Juniors are aged 10 – 12, and Seniors aged 13 – 18.