News published January 2019
Cycling in Kingston scores well on progress report
A report by Kingston Council has shown that the number of people cycling in the borough has increased significantly in the past 12 months and steadily since 2014.
Mental health course at Kingston Adult Education is a great success!
A "Practical Ideas for Happier Living" course has been extended permanently after findings have shown significant positive results for adult learners that attended.
Exciting Swimathon Ambassador role for Kingston's Sue
Sue Wilson, Adult Education and Junior Activities Manager, The Malden Centre, has been selected as a Swimathon Ambassador; one of only 11 in the country.
Nominate your local superstars for a Mayor’s Community Award
Nominations are now open for local heroes who deserve special recognition at the Mayor’s Community Awards in March.
Council proposes realistic and sustainable budget focused on vulnerable communities
Kingston Council proposes a budget for 2019/20 that focuses resource on those who need it most and what matters to communities.
Kingston Council to improve community engagement by taking more decisions at Neighbourhood level
Kingston residents are being given a greater say over the future of their area as more council decisions are to be taken at a local level.
Kingston residents invited to share their views
Kingston Council are inviting local residents to talk about the council’s priorities and finances.
New Managing Director of Achieving for Children announced
Ian Dodds, Interim Chief Executive of the award-winning council-owned company, Achieving for Children (AfC), has been appointed as the permanent Managing Director of the company.
Kingston celebrates first Guildhall wedding of 2019
Congratulations to Spiros Agaliotis Sgompos and Peggy Vosaiti, who were the first couple to get married in Kingston's Guildhall this year.