News published June 2017
84 Kingston apprentices celebrate completing courses at special graduation
84 apprentices from Kingston Adult Education (KAE) were met with cheers and applause as they graduated and collected their certificates on Thursday 22 June at the King Charles Centre, Surbiton.
Learners Festival kicks off year of courses at Kingston Adult Education
Local people are invited to come along to a free Learners Festival on Thursday 6 July to discover some of the exciting learning opportunities Kingston Adult Education has to offer.
Olympic celebrations launch £500,000 investment in Kingsmeadow track
A Guinness World Record was achieved at the launch of Kingsmeadow's new track.
Kingston Adult Education achieves second ‘good’ OFSTED report
Kingston Adult Education (KAE), which provides courses for over 2,500 learners, has successfully kept its ‘good’ rating, following an inspection from OFSTED.
Striking the right note: Kingston kids to star in singing festivals this month
1,300 pupils from infant, primary and secondary schools across Kingston are coming together at the Rose Theatre for a musical extravaganza from 19 to 22 June.
Tower blocks and fire safety
London Fire Brigade (LFB) has issued the following reassurance and fire safety advice
Successful crowdfunding pilot paves way for bigger community projects
Families from the Alpha Road Estate in Surbiton have had the opportunity to make friends with some furry and exotic visitors thanks to the generosity of people from across the borough.
Kingston commended for transformational home improvements as residents save £88,000 a year
A project to upgrade 326 ‘hard to heat’ homes in Kingston is saving households a total of £88,000 per year and has earnt Kingston Council second place in the Regional Energy Efficiency Awards.
Kingston celebrates completion of transformational £500,000 investment in libraries
The Mayor of Kingston, Cllr Julie Pickering, cut the ribbon with two of Kingston’s youngest library visitors, celebrating the completion of the transformational £500,000 investment in libraries.
Drop in, have your say and shape the plans for the future of Tolworth
Local people are invited to shape the vision for Tolworth at a set of three drop-in events in the south of the borough this month.