It looks like we have a bit of a Casanova around the Greenwich and Blackheath neighbourhood. 15 year old Master Ziggy is in love with gorgeous little Betsy, but he doesn’t think that she is into older dogs!
It’s a dogs life……..
You can be friends with Master Ziggy on Facebook and checkout his World!
A multi-million pound lottery bid to preserve and enhance Greenwich Park has been submitted by The Royal Parks. Graham Dear the Park manager’s aim is to bring this incredible 590-year history to life by;
Focusing on restoring the tree avenues which have been afflicted by tree diseases.
The area around the General Wolfe statue will also be re-landscaped, providing more space for visitors to enjoy one of London’s iconic views.
The boating lake will be fed with a new sustainable water supply.
The park will also be brought to life by using new digital technology to allow visitors to explore the wildlife and fascinating history.
And not forgetting the local community who will benefit from a new learning centre.
There will also be a mobility scheme to help less able visitors enjoy our beautiful Royal Greenwich Park.
If you want to read more in depth about the changes the lottery money could do for Greenwich Park click on the link below.
Our apologies to the lovely people and their dogs that attended Canine Capers PARKSFEST on Saturday 8th July 2017 at Rockliffe Gardens for taking so long publishing the Canine Capers event photos. Finally they are here! Just a few to remind us of the fantastic day. It was another successful event with fantastic people and really well-behaved dogs, not forgetting the weather was absolutely marvellous. Thank you to everyone who attended, I hope that you enjoy the pics.
We have been notified by the Greenwich Park Police that they are investigating a crime of animal cruelty where someone was seen to hit and kick their dog on Monday 14th of August at 11.20am on Blackheath Avenue in Greenwich Park.
The dog was described by a witness as a medium size white dog, no breed. The person is described as Female , white, slim build , 20-25 years , blonde hair in a pony tail, wearing a black vest top , white jumper around the waist. If anyone may have heard about this or have any information, please can you forward it our email address at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will forward it onto The Greenwich Park Police.
We have yet to hear what the dogs condition is.
Lets help the Police to find this horrible woman and get justice for her dog. Please share!