News published September 2014
Work of art commemorates Kingston aviation figurehead
A new sculpture of a major figure in the history of aircraft manufacture and design has joined Kingston’s tributes to its rich aviation heritage.
Conclusion of the audit of accounts 2013/14
The audit of accounts for the financial year 2013 to 2014 has now concluded and the audited Statement of Accounts is now available for inspection.
Join celebration of Kingston’s aviation past and riverside environment
Kingston’s proud place in aviation history will be celebrated at a special event which will also mark the vision and work to safeguard its precious river landscape.
Kingston people keen on free checks to help cut health risks
More people in Kingston are taking up the offer of free health checks than the rest of London, helping to combat heart disease, strokes, diabetes and other potential killers.
Notice of Tudor Ward by-election
An election is to be held on Thursday 16 October 2014 to elect a borough councillor for the Tudor Ward.
Cowboy builder duped pensioner out of almost £13,000
A builder who drove a 79-year old Chessington woman to a bank to get thousands of pounds to pay him for poor and unnecessary work has admitted charging excessive amounts.
Library looking for nearly new sellers
Hook and Chessington Library are planning to hold a Nearly New Sale at the Hook Centre before Christmas.
Help shape future of pharmacies in Kingston
People are being asked for their views on their local chemist shops as part of a review of pharmacies in the borough.