Call-out for contributions
The Royal Docks has a brand new website. Here we’re celebrating everything the area has to offer: the people and businesses that make it unique, its remarkable history, its hidden stories – and the best places to spend a sunny Sunday.
Perhaps you live here or work here. Perhaps you know the place like the back of your hand, or just moved in last week.
Either way, the Royal Docks needs you.
We’re looking for recommendations. What makes this a unique part of London? And where is top of your list for a picnic, a coffee, or a rainy afternoon? Email our editor, or leave us comment on Facebook.
We’re also on the look-out for talent. If you’re a photographer, writer, or other creative, and are interested in getting involved, please send over a portfolio or a couple of samples of your work to the email address above, and tell us about your connection with the area.
Stories from around the docks
Never alone: how Fight for Peace is beating isolation
How do you combine contact sports with social distancing? North Woolwich martial arts club Fight for Peace is stepping up to a new challenge: lockdown.
Newham Heritage Month celebrates home in Newham
Listen closely, and every street has a story to tell. Newham Heritage Month is back this June.
#LondonTogether: meet three Royal Docks neighbours who are going the distance
From Royal Albert Wharf’s giant rainbow to the LDEUTC student 3D-printing thousands of visors for the NHS, our Royal Docks neighbours are going above and beyond to make a difference. Here are three of their stories.