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Kingston's Disability Network

Kingston's Disability Network

Kingston Disability Network is an inclusive network bringing together a network of stakeholders to create a collective stronger voice for those with disabilities to achieve positive outcomes such as:

  • Raising awareness on disabilities
  • Offering a platform to engage
  • Sharing of knowledge and experience
  • Stakeholder networking and collaboration to create greater community collaboration


Kingston is one of 13 London boroughs to be awarded funding from the GLA and London Councils as part of their Supporting London Boroughs Engagement Project.  The aim of the project is to work with communities to ensure that Londoners’ voices are heard and for participating boroughs to share any learning with all London boroughs. 

The Kingston Disability Network is being created to raise awareness of disability issues, provide an opportunity to share knowledge and experience and offer a platform for engagement. 

Launch of the network 

The network was officially launched on 16 November at an event at FUSEBOX, a multi-arts space for young people, on the riverside in Kingston town centre. You can find out more about the event on our news story. 

How to get involved

If you would like to join the network, please fill out this google form with your details. 

Next steps

Over the next few months, Kingston Council, supported by London Councils, will work with the disability community in Kingston to explore the establishment of this new network. 

For more information or if you have any questions please email or call 020 8547 5000 and ask for a member of the Engagement team to call you back.


Last Modified: 22/11/2023 14:33:41