News published March 2016
Call for more properties as first refugee Syrian family welcomed to Kingston
We continue our appeal for local landlords to come forward as the first Syrian refugee family is resettled in the borough.
Spotlight on mental health for Kingston secondary school pupils
On Wednesday 9 March, a very successful mental health conference was held at Tolworth Girls’ School for year nine and ten pupils from across Kingston borough.
Apprenticeship advice bus rolls into Kingston town centre on 16 March
Young people are invited to mark National Apprenticeship Week by coming along to the Apprenticeship Ambassador bus in Kingston Market Place at 2pm on Wednesday 16 March.
Celebrating the Bard: Shakespeare Week is coming to Kingston
Kingston children and adults are set to enjoy a range of activities from puppetry and storytelling to play reading and talks.
Kingston Council and AfC urge residents to report any suspicions about child abuse
Kingston Council and Achieving for Children are backing the Department for Education's campaign to help tackle child abuse.
Kingston Council ranked sixth in London for pupils getting first choice secondary school
Kingston Council has jumped six places to sixth in London borough rankings (total 33) for pupils being offered their first preference of secondary school from last year.
Council approves milestone budget to safeguard Kingston's future
Last night Kingston Council approved the detailed budget and council tax for Kingston in 2016/17.
World of Work road show event set to inspire young people from Kingston and Richmond
Young people from across Kingston and Richmond's schools and colleges are invited to attend an exciting careers fair on 9 March.
Add your story to the pages of Kingston’s history
To help create a picture of the Royal Borough in 2016, residents and visitors are invited to add their stories to Kingston’s 800 year history now on display at the newly refurbished History Centre.