published on: 30 June 2021
The FUEL summer programme is now open to enrol your child on a free holiday club programme over July and August.
published on: 10 May 2021
The Richmond and Kingston Parent Champions Network is a new volunteer-led project with parents supporting other parents through times of crisis with their adolescent children.
published on: 10 March 2021
Ruils is a local charity run by and for disabled people supporting disabled children, adults, and the elderly to live independent lives.
published on: 24 February 2021
A new safeguarding newsletter has launched to share pupils' experiences of lockdown and to signpost young readers to support services should they be needed.
published on: 15 December 2020
Healthwatch Richmond has published their Mid Year review for the year 2020/21, covering their work since April 2020 until now.
published on: 02 December 2020
Our Council Electoral Services teams are committed to ensuring all eligible residents, including students, are encouraged to register to vote in Kingston and Richmond.
published on: 06 November 2020
About the importance of youth work - and what's been happening at Ham Youth Centre - an article written for Youth Work Week 2020
published on: 02 November 2020
EnhanceAble, a local registered charity in Kingston, is running the TIN project through the Autumn and Winter months. We will be collecting donations from local businesses and individuals.
published on: 22 October 2020
Mind in Kingston are pleased to offer a short-term telephone support service to people over 18 who feel isolated and lonely due to Covid-19 until 31st December 2020.
published on: 14 October 2020
This report was written by Healthwatch Kingston and Richmond in collaboration with Youth Out Loud! (YOL!), a group of young people aged 13-17.
published on: 07 October 2020
published on: 12 August 2020
The Wild Mind Project is a not-for-profit organisation that offers early intervention for young people living with, or susceptible to, stress, depression and anxiety.
published on: 21 February 2020
A new initiative has launched where all Year 6 and Secondary School students in the borough will receive Travel Card holders to raise awareness of the importance of staying safe when out and about.
published on: 18 February 2020
The People Can Project will be a ground-breaking project with a focus on disabled and/or autistic people in partnership with Kingston Council and the Public Health team.
published on: 13 February 2020
If you're aged between 14-17 and are looking for a fun, challenging, exciting way to gain new skills, meet the Fire Cadets.
published on: 27 December 2019
Have you experienced problems with the way the AfCinfo and the SEND Local Offer website displays? These can be fixed by clearing your browser cache. Follow this link: https://clear-my-cache.
published on: 21 March 2019
Jo Steer, Head of the Emotional Health Service for Kingston and Richmond, has become a published author.