Latest News In Kingston

22nd Jul 2018

Police seize £1.2m worth of Bitcoin from Cobham cannabis farmer

Surrey Police has seized a total of £1.2m worth of bitcoin from a cannabis farmer based in Cobham.
22nd Jul 2018

Former Cobham school pupil knocked out in Wimbledon boys final

Surrey-born Jack Draper missed his chance to become the first England winner of the Wimbledon boys’ singles title in 56 years.
22nd Jul 2018

Surrey care group warns elderly should be drinking 6-8 glasses of fluid per day in hot weather

People aged over 75 should drink six to eight glasses of fluids a day, says Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group (Surrey Downs CCG).
22nd Jul 2018

Surrey Wildlife Trust to run summer adventure camp for children in Nower Wood

Surrey Wildlife Trust will be running summer activities in nature for children in Leatherhead.
20th Jul 2018

Green man to prioritise pedestrians instead of vehicles in London Mayor's new walking plan

Sadiq Khan wants the green man to be left on at pedestrian crossings to encourage more Londoners to get walking and active.
20th Jul 2018

Travellers leave rubbish and damage behind at King Edward's playing field in Chessington

Travellers who set up on King Edward’s Recreation Ground in Chessington have left behind fly-tipped rubbish and caused damage to the field, according to police.
19th Jul 2018

Thousands of rowers glided across the river at Kingston upon Thames

More than 2,200 rowers glided across the river at Kingston upon Thames as onlookers watched from the Riverside Walk.
19th Jul 2018

Green sludge on Walton Bridge makes it 'dirty and unsightly', campaigners say

Green sludge on Walton Bridge is making it look “dirty and unsightly” and it needs cleaning, say members of the community.
19th Jul 2018

Major development of former Birds Eye HQ in Walton-on-Thames moves step closer

A major development for the former Birds Eye headquarters in Walton-On-Thames is one step closer to being finally approved.
19th Jul 2018

Three men charged in connection with murder of Scott Wilkinson

Three men have been charged in connection with the murder of a fisherman who was found dead in the River Thames near Walton.
19th Jul 2018

Tolworth Pupils exhibit GCSE art work at Central London gallery

Three pupils from Tolworth Girls’ School have had their GCSE art and textiles work displayed at the Mall Galleries near Charing Cross.
19th Jul 2018

Kingston hospital best in the country for patient research involvement

Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is the best in the country for patient research involvement, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has revealed.