Councillor Diane White: "Children's Centres Strategy"

 


Liberal Democrats in Kingston Council are developing a new model for Children's Centres. The new model will ensure the new workforce will be redesigned into a Borough based delivery model, including more prioritisation of services in children’s centres identified as popular and important. The new model will also provide young children and families with alternative outreach venues offering a range of activities and services, and ideally not far from the existing children’s centres which are earmarked for re-commissioning.

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Learning the lessons of the past

 

 

LGBT History Month is a time to learn the lessons of the past and apply them to the present.

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Councillor Diane White: "A new approach to SEND"

 


Kingston Liberal Democrats are committed to providing quality services to children and young people up to the age of 25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) living in Kingston.

 

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"One less knife on our streets means a safer Kingston for us all" Cllr Munir Ravalia

 

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Sadly, our Borough has succumbed to the tragedy our youth are facing, that of senseless killings due to knife crime.

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"Since we took control of Kingston Council, we have not cut any police budgets"

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  by Liz Green, Leader of Kingston Council

 

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The Liberal Democrat Council in Kingston - The First 100 Days, by Olly Wehring - Councillor for Norbiton

 

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Today marks 100 days since Kingston Liberal Democrats regained control of Kingston Council, following the local elections on 3 May.
The turnaround, from 18 Lib Dem and 26 Conservative Councillors to 39 Lib Dems and 9 Cons, swept the Lib Dems back into The Guildhall. We have a mix of experienced and new Councillors in our group that brings together the wisdom of the ages and the wisdom of the age.

 

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Christine Stuart, 'We live in difficult times with stretched budgets'

 

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I stood for the election on the Council not to damage lives but with a burning passion to help people of Kingston, and more specifically, people of Chessington.

I did not seek an election to hurt the most vulnerable within society.

Tuesday evening was my second Council Meeting as an elected Councillor.

 

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