published on: 13 June 2023 The Kingston and Richmond Youth Council’s young people and racism survey gives young people the opportunity to tell us about their experience of racism and the impact of racism on their lives.
'Beautiful Minds': A Richmond Youth Service and Kingston and Richmond Youth Council free mental health event
published on: 11 June 2023 The event was a celebration of the ways in which the Richmond Youth Service supports young people's mental wellbeing, while providing them with access to local mental health support services and we...
published on: 09 June 2023 Meet 13-year-old Ryan, a young carer who looks after his type 1 diabetic mum.
published on: 11 May 2023 On 10 May, Richmond Council's Planning Committee approved the planning application for the new special school, London River Academy, for 90 children and young people, aged seven to 19, who have EH...
published on: 10 May 2023 Many young people have problems or are embarrassed when trying to talk about 'sexual health'. And also don't know where to find information which is factual and helpful.
published on: 10 May 2023 Richmond Council have a Children and Young People’s Plan 2017 - 2022.
published on: 20 March 2023 The Richmond Council Parks Team is working to improve the impact, reach and quality of access to parks and open spaces in the borough to residents who experience barriers to access.
published on: 08 March 2023 The new Trinity Building at Springfield Hospital first opened to patients in December 2022 and is home to a range of the Trust’s inpatient and outpatient services.
published on: 13 February 2023 Is your child in year 6, 7 or 8 in a Kingston Borough School?
published on: 23 January 2023 The All Age Kingston Carers Strategy 2022-2027 is now on the Kingston Council's website and is accessible with screen readers. An Easy Read version is being prepared and will be available soon.
published on: 06 December 2022 If you’re more than 10 weeks pregnant or have a child under 4, you may be entitled to get help to buy healthy food and milk.
published on: 28 November 2022 The cost of living crisis in the UK is resulting in unprecedented pressures on people already struggling, and this winter many people in Richmond will be forced to make tough decisions.
published on: 16 November 2022 This communication was issued to local authorities by Sadiq Khan - Mayor of London
published on: 11 November 2022 Following the success of last year’s grant initiative, the Youth Council is reintroducing the Kingston and Richmond Climate Change Youth Fund (KRCCYF) to support projects designed to help address ...
published on: 03 November 2022 Between 4 October 2022 and 6 October 2022, Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) revisited the area of Kingston upon Thames to decide whether sufficient progress has been made in addressing...
published on: 31 October 2022 Free bystander training will be offered to those living and working in the borough to help them safely challenge problematic behaviour when they see it.
published on: 25 October 2022 New resources to support ADHD and mental health - YoungMinds ADHD can have a huge impact on mental health and wellbeing in many ways.
published on: 25 October 2022 Kingston Council has opened a network of Warm Spaces across the borough in partnership with the voluntary and community sectors.
published on: 10 October 2022 A message to those who booking training through Achieving for Children systems.
published on: 10 October 2022 We're doing a survey to help us develop our services.
published on: 28 July 2022 Kingston Council awarded government funding to continue making streets safer for women and girls
published on: 28 July 2022 In celebration of the lionesses recent success at this years UEFA women's championship, we'd like to highlight some fantastic local opportunities this summer for young girls to get involved in the ...
published on: 26 July 2022 Is someone close becoming a stranger?
published on: 22 July 2022 Join a community of over 40,000 monthly users, connect with nature and enjoy everyday outdoor adventures with Go Jauntly and Friendly Parks For All's nine walks and trails.
published on: 20 July 2022 Tell the NHS about your experience of mental health services
published on: 20 July 2022 Richmond town centre has a new ‘Safe Space’ on Friday and Saturday nights
published on: 12 July 2022 NHS South West London CCG are reviewing mental health services across SW London.
published on: 06 July 2022 Make 2022 a summer to remember for the right reasons. Check out our Summer Safety guide for young people to keep safe this summer.
published on: 06 July 2022 A webcast for parents and carers regarding safeguarding implications of young people using alcohol
published on: 05 July 2022 Has your child had their pre-school immunisations?