News published July 2016
Surbiton nursery top of the class with fourth successive Outstanding rating
Surbiton Children’s Centre Nursery has kept its prestigious ‘Outstanding’ rating for the fourth Ofsted inspection in a row.
Hidden dangers of the internet explored
The hidden dangers of the internet were explored by a mother whose son was tragically killed following his involvement on an internet game chat channel.
Funding for voluntary and community groups now available
Community organisations and projects can apply for extra funding now that Kingston Council is launching a second round of New Initiatives Grants and Your Kingston Grants.
Council wants to hear your views on new development for North Kingston
Residents have the opportunity to give their views on the redevelopment of part of North Kingston.
Olympic swimming champion makes waves at Chessington’s pop up pool
Olympic swimming champion, Adam Whitehouse, treated students at Chessington Community College to a special assembly and free swimming lesson, marking the success of the pop up pool in Chessington.
Have your say on plans for the future of Cocks Crescent in New Malden
High-quality new and affordable homes, a leisure centre and improved green spaces are all part of a newly-launched consultation on the vision for Cocks Crescent, New Malden.
Ward Councillors show Kingston the money
Ward Councillors have £2,000 a piece to get behind grass-roots community spirited projects, activities and local initiatives.
Help shape the Council's community involvement framework for planning
Kingston Council is asking residents, local businesses and interested parties to share their views on how the Council involves communities when considering planning matters.