#KADheroes - Nominate Your Covid-19 heroes
Our friends at Keolis Amey Docklands (KAD) want to celebrate the invaluable contribution made by individuals or groups across our community during the coronavirus outbreak.
Art & Culture
Royal Albert Wharf’s rainbow bridge: because we’re in it together
Local resident Andrew Morris wanted to do something creative during lockdown. The resulting rainbow bridge, created with Bow Arts Trust, has become an inspiration.
Dock Tales: Tyrone Ferguson
What's involved in a lifeboat rescue operation if someone is drowning in the docks? Student Tyrone has been finding out.
Dock Tales: Toni Cox
Fancy hiring out the docks to host an event? You’ll need to talk to Toni first.
Dock Tales: Cheryl Phan
Ever wondered what dragon boat racing is all about? Cheryl, captain of the local award-winning Windy Pandas team reveals all.
Dock Tales: Jon Byrne
What are the health benefits of spending time on the water? Watersports fanatic Jon is the man in the know.
Clear open spaces, full hearts, can’t lose: getting active in the Royal Docks
Feeling a bit cooped after all these months of lockdown? The Royal Docks is the perfect place to get outside, and finally get moving.
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.
#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.