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  • New Malden Library Easter events 2013

    By adam_leone at 15:01 on 22/03/13
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    Easter Holidays are fast approaching and so if you're looking something to do with the children, then how about consulting New Malden Library for ideas?  Storytime Thursday 4 April 10.30 - 11am. For 2 - 7 year olds. Free. Easter Crafts Thursday 4 April 2.30 - 3.30pm. Colour and decorate your own bookmark, magnet and Easter basket to take home. For 5 - 11 year olds. £1.50, book and pay in advance. Chatterbooks Thursday 4...
  • What do you think of Kingston Council's disability services?

    By adam_leone at 12:34 on 20/02/13
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    Kingston Council has been given a "bad" coping level with it's disability services by a think-tank.  Demos has created a database tracking local authority cuts up and down the country.  To see more information for Kingston, click here. Kingston has been rated 135 out of 152, with a very high cut level according to the site.   The council takes into account all of a disabled person's Disability Living...
  • Free NHS Health Checks offered for people in New Malden

    By adam_leone at 18:01 on 06/02/13
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    Free NHS Health Checks are being offered out across Kingston this month.  It's for people who feel they are at risk of developing heart disease, strokes or kidney problems. These conditions can be prevented, even if you have a history of them in your family. You are entitled to a free NHS health check once every five years if you: - Are aged between 40 and 74 - Have not been diagnosed with heart disease, stroke, diabetes or...
  • Kingston Council unleash new tenancy strategy

    By adam_leone at 17:08 on 04/02/13
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    Kingston council has unleashed it's new tenancy strategy and called it "Homes for life." The idea is to secure life-time tenancies for the majority of new tenants across Kingston, New Malden and Surbiton.  More than 1,000 people, voluntary groups and housing associations responded to a consultation on Kingston Council's new Tenancy Strategy. Fixed-term, flexible tenancies will be created for a small number of new...
  • TPA weighs in on Kingston Council Tax rise

    By adam_leone at 22:15 on 27/01/13
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    The TaxPayers' Alliance are the latest group to weigh in on Kingston Council's decision to raise Council Tax, following Local Government Minister, Brandon Lewis comments.   Kingston Council Leader, Derek Osbourne refused to accept a £450 million tax freeze deal. Householders in a Band D, will pay an extra 52p a week. Jonathan Isaby, Political Director of the TaxPayers' Alliance and a Kingston resident, has said:...

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