Discovery of original Hawksmoor drawing during St Alfege Church research

31 July 2017


An original drawing by Nicholas Hawksmoor, one of England’s most significant architects, has recently been discovered at Greenwich Heritage Centre by Richard Hill of Richard Griffiths architects. The doscovery was made during research for a National Lottery funded project, St Alfege Church - Heart of  Greenwich, Place and People.

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Heart of Greenwich, Place and People

25 July 2017


The Heritage Lottery Fund are currently considering a bid from St Alfege Church for its Heart of Greenwich project which aims to open up the church’s hidden spaces and rich heritage to everyone.

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Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site celebrates 20 years

19 April 2017

Category: 20th Anniversary of World Heritage Status, Events

Maritime Greenwich is marking 20 years since it was awarded World Heritage Site status with a stunning lighting event, illuminating the sites that represent over 500 years of Greenwich’s cultural heritage.

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Chinese visit

18 November 2015

Category: Events

On 18 November, Maritime Greenwich welcomed a delegation from the Chinese World Heritage Site, West Lake Cultural Landscape of Hangzhou.

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