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  • Take part in Covid survey

    Take part in Covid survey0

    • News
    • 14th August 2020

    How has the pandemic affected your life? It’s a big question but it is one which Kingston Council is keen to have answered. The council is asking residents throughout the borough to take part in a short online survey to help them better understand what support they can offer in future. “The survey only takes

  • Students do Southborough proud

    Students do Southborough proud0

    • News
    • 13th August 2020

    It’s A-level results day – and a results day like no other. Congratulations to these high achieving students at Southborough High School in Surbiton, pictured. Sixth form administrator Sue Taylor said: “It’s understandably been a difficult time over the past few months for them due to COVID but they have all done us proud. We

  • KT postcode makers and creatives hold virtual craft fair

    KT postcode makers and creatives hold virtual craft fair1

    Local crafters are coming together (in a virtual way!) to sell their wares and raise money for two charities which have been making a difference during the pandemic. The KT Online Craft Fair, which runs until Sunday next week (August 2), will showcase the work of craft-makers from all over the community who live or

  • Launch of new Hideaway restaurant by the river

    Launch of new Hideaway restaurant by the river0

    A chilled Sam Berry welcomed friends and family to the soft launch of his new restaurant Hideaway last night (Thursday). The restaurateur, who owns No 97 and Cento Uno in Maple Road, Surbiton, as well One One Four in Teddington, has taken over a little gem on the banks of the River Thames. Hideaway at

  • Coronavirus grant available for independent businesses

    Coronavirus grant available for independent businesses0

    Bars, restaurants, cafés, charities, artists, makers, childcare providers, retailers, small and micro businesses and those in shared workspaces may be eligible for a grant from Kingston Council in a special fund set up because of the coronavirus pandemic. The application window for those in the borough of Kingston running independent businesses is now open for

  • Watch and participate in online international youth arts festival

    Watch and participate in online international youth arts festival0

    You can’t come to Kingston’s annual International Youth Arts Festival this summer, so it’s coming to you instead. The festival – which will give young people from around the world an opportunity to share new work created during lockdown as well as debate the future of the arts with industry professionals – is going online

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