Kingston’s first ‘tommy’ sculpture unveiled to mark Armistice Day
Kingston Council’s Leader, Cllr Liz Green and the Mayor, Cllr Thay Thayalan, have unveiled the first ‘tommy’ sculpture outside of the Guildhall to mark the start of the Armistice Day commemorations.
Kingston Council appoints five mental health champions
Five champions have been appointed to ensure mental health is factored into all of the council’s decisions.
Kingston Celebrates Armed Forces Day
Kingston Council is celebrating Armed Forces Week (25 - 30 June), with the Mayor Cllr Thay Thayalan, marking the start of the week by raising a flag at the Coronation Stone outside the Guildhall.
Kingston pledges to ‘Count In’ Armed Forces community
Kingston Council has declared its support for The Royal British Legion’s ‘Count Them In’ campaign, which calls for questions on the Armed Forces community to be included in the next UK Census.
Kingston flies the flag for Armed Forces with civic pledge
A declaration underlining the strong links between Kingston and the military has been signed in a ceremony to mark the start of Armed Forces Week.