Join the celebrations as Woodgate Avenue playground officially re-opens
Join the celebrations at Woodgate Avenue Recreation Ground as the Mayor of Kingston officially re-opens the transformed playground at 11am on Saturday 21 July.
Walking and Cycling Commissioner visits Kingston as station works reach key milestone
Construction works associated with the £30 million Go Cycle programme have reached a key milestone with the completion of carriageway works outside Kingston Station.
First playground revamped as £2m parks and pavements investment gains momentum
Latchmere Recreation Ground is home to a revamped play area, following works as part of the council’s £2 million investment in parks, pavements and playgrounds in the borough.
Playground improvements are about to start as part of £2million parks and pavements programme.
A £500,000 investment into the improvement of eight play areas in the borough is about to start, with local residents being invited to have their say on the proposals.
£2 million boost for Kingston’s parks and pavements
Parks and pavements across the borough are set to receive a £2 million funding boost, following approval at Budget Council on 28 February.
Kingston launches extra free ParkFit classes following great resident response
Extra free ParkFit classes launched in response to the overwhelming success of the free community ‘ParkFit’ exercise classes in Chessington.
Portsmouth Road improvements coming soon
Works to improve Portsmouth Road, making it safer for pedestrians and cyclists and improving access to Queens Promenade, will start in early November.
Improving and investing in the borough’s sports pitches
The borough’s 156 sports pitches are set to benefit from a boost in investment following the adoption of Kingston’s first Playing Pitch Strategy, it has been announced.