published on: 30 November 2023 Nitrous oxide (Smartwhip, Fastgas, laughing gas, balloons) is now a Class C substance and the police can take action for both possession and intent to supply.
published on: 25 November 2023 A 2022 Kingston & Richmond Youth Council survey showed that many of the 300 boys and young men who answered were unsure about which words and behaviours were regarded as "going too far".
published on: 24 November 2023 From 18 November, Orleans House Gallery will transform into an extraordinary playground, filled with swathes of organza, dozens of multi-coloured objects and an assortment of masks and costumes.
published on: 22 November 2023 ‘The Big Ambition’ survey will enable me to hear directly from children and young people about what they need from the government to make their lives better.
published on: 22 November 2023 The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) and Kingston Local Authority are undertaking the upcoming dental survey of 5 year old children in reception and year 1 classes across England.
published on: 22 November 2023 Are you 16-18 years old? If so, Richmond Council is looking to hear from people about their opinions of and decisions about the vaccine that protects against Human Papillomavirus (HPV).
published on: 22 November 2023 Richmond Council is looking to hear from parents about their views about childhood vaccinations.
published on: 17 November 2023 If you're a parent living in Richmond or have children at school in the borough, we want to hear what you think about childhood vaccinations.
published on: 09 November 2023 Anti-Bullying Week 2023 will take place from 13 November to 17 November.