News published May 2018
Visually impaired student receives ‘Best Learner’ award at the House of Lords
A visually impaired student from Kingston has received an award at this year’s Best Learner Event held at the House of Lords (17 May).
Festival to celebrate the work and life of pioneering Kingston-born photographer
Kingston Museum will be holding a festival to celebrate the work and life of the famous Kingston-born photographer and inventor Eadweard Muybridge, from Tuesday 29 May to Saturday 2 June.
Kingston welcomes new Mayor Councillor Thay Thayalan
Councillor Thay Thayalan was elected and appointed as the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames at Annual Council (22 May).
International Youth Arts Festival Launches 10th Anniversary Programme
The programme has been announced for the 2018 International Youth Arts Festival (IYAF), which takes place at venues across Kingston from the 6 to 15 July 2018.
Kingston Council’s portfolio holders announced
Following the local elections on 3 May, the Leader of Kingston Council, Cllr Liz Green has announced her portfolio holders.
Chief Executive of Achieving for Children to retire
Nick Whitfield CBE, former Director of Children’s Services for Richmond and Kingston councils, and Chief Executive of Achieving for Children has announced he is retiring later this year.
GoodGym launches new innovative fitness project in Kingston
GoodGym, a running community that combines getting fit with supporting the local neighbourhood, will launch a new project in Kingston on Tuesday 15 May.
Liberal Democrats win back Kingston in 2018 local elections
The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames local election results are in.