If you were near the river on Friday morning you might have seen this warship go past.
The Belgian frigate BNS LOUISE MARIE went up to moor alongside HMS Belfast and took with her some sacred soil from the battlefields of Flanders. The soil will be taken through London tomorrow by the Kings's Troop Royal Horse Artillery and it will eventually be added to a WWI memorial garden.
With it being December 1st on Sunday, it means the start of this year's St Alfege Advent Windows. I'm sure you know what it's all about by now but 24 homes local to St Alfege will be each unveiling their "window" throughout December. Keep an eye on the to see where the windows are!
I don't think there will be many places in Greenwich doing a BBQ this weekend, but one place that will be is the Greenwich Ecology Park on Sunday. They're having their Wild Winter Fayre where there will be wintry wildlife quiz trails for children, barbecue and winter warmer drinks, plus gift and second hand book stall. Full details are here.
Did you go and check out the art exhibition at Rushgrove House in Woolwich last weekend? As I mentioned in the previous round up, it was a rare chance to look inside this hidden gem near the barracks. There were lots of great pics floating around on social media - do check out this great set by Chris Mansfield on his new (brilliant) Historic Woolwich Facebook page.
In the grounds of Rushgrove House is Mulgrave Pond and here's a photo I took of that earlier in the year.
Fans of CAFC match reporter Kevin Nolan can rest easy: a new sponsor has been found and we look forward to unveiling them on the site for the first match of December. In the mean time, why not look back at Kev's reports of the season so far.
The Cutty Sark has announced a series of shows which will take place in its 85-seater studio theatre. The performance space in the lower hold will welcome acts such as Alan Davies, Ross Noble, Richard Herring and even Sir Robin Knox-Johnston early next year. Full details of that are on the forum.
The Cutty Sark, as seen from the tower of St Alfege Church, features on the front cover of the calendar I've made. I was lucky enough to go up in the tower twice this year, once as a dry run just to get a look at it and then again in London Marathon day. It was a great privilege to be allowed to go and there's a photo from both visits in the calendar.
I am very pleased that the Greenwich calendar, along with my one about the River Thames, will both be stocked very shortly by the National Maritime Museum gift shop, as well as lots of other shops around the borough. Full details about both and where to get them are on the website.
Oh, and staying with the National Maritime Museum - who have just announced Sir Charles Dunstone as their new Chairman, by the way - there's a free event next Friday afternoon called "Caricatures and Yinka: Life, Love and Laughter."
Thanks to the NMM for adding it to the What's On section of the website - you can advertise community events on there too!