News published July 2018
Unauthorised encampment on King Edward's Recreation Ground, Chessington
We are aware of an unauthorised encampment on King Edward's Recreation Ground in Chessington.
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.
Kingston celebrates 22-medal haul at London Youth Games
Kingston is celebrating bringing home ten gold, four silver and eight bronze medals from this year’s London Youth Games and finishing 11th overall.
Annual Learners Festival launches new year of courses at Kingston Adult Education
Local people were invited to come along to a free Learners Festival last week (Thursday 5 July) to discover some of the exciting opportunities Kingston Adult Education has to offer.
Love Kingston? Love to Ride? Join the cycle revolution
Cycling fever is set to strike Kingston in July, with more Go Cycle routes opening, RideLondon 2018, a swathe of cycle events and the launch of our Love to Ride challenge.
Become an Independent Member of The Audit, Governance & Standards Committee
The Audit, Governance & Standards Committee currently has a vacancy for an Independent Member.
Kingston Council joins declaration to transform its digital services for residents
Kingston Council along with the UK Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government, as well as the Government Digital Service, will be co-publishing the Local Digital Declaration today (4 July)
Water saving tips from Thames Water
Thames Water is pumping an extra 450 million litres of water into its network to cope with a record surge in demand during the ongoing heatwave.