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Local businesses Offer Free Meals During Half Term

Over the last few days we have seen a huge swell of support from local businesses that want to offer their support to children and families that do not benefit from free meals during half term.

The annual Frances Moseley Award celebrates local heroes

The Frances Moseley award is in memory of the late Berrylands Ward Councillor and Housing Lead Member and it celebrates local people who help Kingston’s tenants and leaseholders and wider community.

Appeal for witnesses after collision between car and pedestrian in Kingston

Detectives are appealing for information following a hit and run in Kingston.

Kingston Council to work with local communities to reimagine local library services

Reimagining Kingston Libraries is an exciting opportunity for us to work with the community to help shape your library service of the future.

Kingston’s Mobile Mop Up scheme raises £4,000 for charity

Kingston residents have raised an impressive £4,000 for the Mayor’s Charitable Trust by recycling their unwanted mobile phone handsets.

Kingston Council’s new portfolio holders announced

The Leader of Kingston Council, Cllr Caroline Kerr, announced her new portfolio holders at the Annual Council meeting last night (7 July).

Kingston Council pays tribute to partnership working at heart of COVID-19 response

Kingston Council’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the integral role played by partners, residents and the community across the borough, was highlighted at last night’s meeting of the Response

Update on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) from Kingston Council

Kingston Council is asking for social care workers and volunteers to come forward to support the most vulnerable in our community.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - Volunteer to support the community

In response to the Covid-19 situation Kingston council has established a volunteering network called Kingston Stronger Together working in partnership with Kingston Voluntary Action (KVA) and Volunteering Kingston.

Man dies on Villiers Avenue in Surbiton

A man has died on Villiers Avenue in Surbiton today (Tuesday, February 25) despite the efforts of emergency services.

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