News published July 2017
New modern parking meters are being installed across Kingston
New, hi-tech parking meters are set to be installed across the Royal Borough of Kingston.
Junior travel ambassadors meet the Mayor of London
Four students have been awarded the Junior Travel Ambassador of the Year for their work in promoting and encouraging more students to walk and cycle to and from school.
Applications now open for the second round of Your Kingston Grants
Local voluntary groups in Kingston are being encouraged to apply for grants under the ‘Your Kingston’ grants scheme.
Kingston kids kick off free Summer Reading Challenge in new look library
Seven and eight year olds from St Joseph’s Primary School were captivated by storytelling at the launch of the Summer Reading Challenge, in the newly-transformed Kingston Library on Thursday 13 July.
35 young Kingston jazz players set the tone at famous London club
Two of Kingston Music Services’ youth jazz bands were invited to perform at The Hideaway, a prestigious London jazz club, on Monday 10 July.
Last chance to have your say on Go Cycle public consultations
The public consultation on the latest Go Cycle routes closes next week.
Kingston brings home gold from London Youth Games
Kingston is celebrating bringing home nine gold, six silver and five bronze medals from the London Youth Games summer finals this weekend (8 to 9 July).
Community spirit takes to Kingston as the Regatta and Gloriana come to town
Kingston riverside was buzzing with community spirit as Kingston Regatta came to town and was joined by the Queen’s royal rowbarge over the weekend (8 and 9 July).
Kingston Museum’s latest exhibition launch brings Korean Ambassador to town
The UK Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, Mr Joonkook Hwang, made a special visit to the Kingston Museum’s latest exhibition yesterday evening (Thursday 6 July).
Go Cycle Kingston Station wins prestigious award
The Go Cycle team in Kingston has won a prestigious award for architecture and design.