News published May 2017
Kingston Adult Education learners achieve against the odds
Adults from the borough celebrated achieving their qualifications or successfully completing their courses at the Adult Achievement Awards hosted by the Kingston Rotary Club on 17 May at the Queen Anne Suite in Guildhall.
Kingston Council statement following the attack on Manchester Arena
Statement from the Leader and Mayor in response to the terrorist attack.
Kingston welcomes a new Mayor
Councillor Julie Pickering was officially installed as the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames at last night's Annual Council.
Kingston Council thanks residents for helping to boost the borough’s recycling rates.
Thanks to Kingston residents, the borough’s recycling rate was 45.8% last year and we are set to recycle even more this year, with an estimated recycling rate of over 47%.
Council lawyers shortlisted for award for paperless courtrooms
The South London Legal Partnership (SLLP) has been shortlisted in the Going Paperless Project of the Year category of the Public Sector Paperless Awards 2017, hosted by Gov News Direct.
Become a councillor and make a difference
Have you ever thought about standing for election as a Councillor?
Kingston holds special events to mark Dementia Awareness Week
From flower arranging to water-based exercise and even a dedicated dementia cafe, Kingston Council is marking Dementia Awareness Week by holding a series of special events in leisure centres.
Notice of election - Kingston and Surbiton constituency
The election of the Member of Parliament for the Kingston and Surbiton constituency will take place on Thursday 8 June 2017.