Sort file:- Woolwich, March, 2021.

Page Updated:- Sunday, 07 March, 2021.


Earliest ????


Open 2020+

20 Kingsman Parade (26 Church Street)


020 8317 8055

Greyhound 1930s

Above photo 1930s, by kind permission Chris Mansfield.

Greyhound 2015

Above photo, 2 December 2015.


The Kentish Mercury reported that this held a full license in 1908.

The original building was demolished and rebuilt in the mid 1950s.


Project 2014 has been started to try and identify all the pubs that are and have ever been open in Kent. I have just started to map out the pubs that exist or existed in Woolwich, but need local knowledge and photographs, old and current if you have any.

As the information is found or sent to me, including photographs, it will be shown here.

Thanks for your co-operation. Every email is answered and all information referenced to the supplier.

This page will be updated as soon as further information is found.


From the By Sarah Trotter, 2nd September 2013.

Woolwich Greyhound pub given licensing green light after gang shooting.

Greyhound 2013

A WOOLWICH pub will continue to serve pints after a gang shooting in the car park prompted a licensing review.

The Greyhound Pub’s licensing review came after a man, who was in his 20s, was shot in the chest outside the boozer on July 27 at around 2.42am.

According to a licensing report by police, the victim of the incident was a known gang member in a "well known hotspot for drug dealing".

But the pub has been allowed to continue to trade with conditions such as that extra CCTV is fitted, following a Greenwich Council licensing committee review on August 29.

Other conditions include that at least one bouncer is present on evenings when the pub, in Kingsman Parade, hosts events.

Since the incident, a 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and was bailed until October 1.


From the By Andy Robinson, 29 August 2019.

Footage shows shocking moment police officers storm Woolwich knife fight.

Four youths were arrested after the disturbance near the Kingsman Parade shops.

Videos have emerged showing the moment police officers rush to the scene of a fight involving "people with knives" in Woolwich.

The incident happened at 6pm yesterday (August 28) in Lamport Close.

Officers can be seen filing out of vans and cars near The Greyhound pub in Woolwich Church Street before rushing past the shops in Kingsman Parade as a group.

Plain clothed officers are also spotted leaving an undercover car while a second police van can be seen in parallel Lord Warwick Street.

Four arrested after a fight involving 'young people with knives' erupts in Woolwich.

A close up video of the scene afterwards shows dozens of officers interspersed within the masses of people as onlookers watch on.

More officers were called in later on and a cordon was implemented while they worked at the scene.

A police helicopter could also be seen hovering the skies above.

Four "hostile youths" were arrested at the scene for affray .

A Met Police spokesman confirmed: "We were called at 6pm to a report of a fight and people with knives in Lamport Close SE18

"Officers attended and found a large group of hostile youths, 4 of whom were arrested for affray.

"Extra officers were called and a cordon was in place for a short time. No injuries from reported fight. Officers have now left the scene."

The Met implemented a Section 60 order at 7pm for 12 hours in the SE18 postcode area.

Section 60 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 gives police the right to search people within a defined area during a specific time period when they believe serious violence will take place and it is necessary to prevent such violence, suspect that a person is carrying a dangerous or offensive weapon or an instrument used in an incident involving serious violence is being carried in the area.



TWIN Thomas 1891+

WYLIE Edward 1896+

ADAMS Florence 1901+ (widow age 25 in 1901Census)

LUNNON Benjamin 1905+

WRIGHT James 1908

WRIGHT David 1908-19+ Kentish Mercury

SHRIMPTON Walter Edward 1934+

CLARK Edwin 1938+

GIBBONS H Victor 1944+



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