St Paul’s Players have chosen Kingston Young Carers for their charity this year

- look out for Grease on 28th/29th June!


St Paul's Players are a local amateur dramatics group who

raise money for local charities.

The group has been treading the boards since 1977.

That’s over 40 years of raising thousands of pounds for our chosen charities.

The object of this group is to have fun and enjoy ourselves in order to give our wonderful audiences a good night out, with comedy, fun and laughter due to our serious over/under acting skills!!!! The end result is a great donation for worthy local charities. We value our local community and feel immensely proud to be part of it.

We always welcome people who feel the same as we do.


09:29, Thursday by Jo Cocup

Recovery college

Friends, families and partners of people living with mental health difficulties go through their own challenges. These four stand-alone sessions offer a safe space to gain confidence, learn in a group about your needs and strengths and learn skills to make the best of life.

Mon 25 Feb 10AM-1PM

Recovering beyond mental health difficulties for me and the person I support. Skills for keeping well.

Mon 4 Mar 10AM-1PM
Why Families and Friends matter. Toolbox for self-management. Am I a carer?

Mon 11 Mar 10AM-1PM
Collaborating and communicating effectively with professionals and the person I support. Basics of confidentiality.

Mon 18 Mar 10AM-1PM
Managing the good , challenging and risky times for me and the person I support, triggers and early warning signs.

All sessions take place at the Recovery college, Springfield Hospital.
We recommend that you book a place on all 4 sessions if you can

020 3513 5818 or

12:15, 14 Feb 2019 by Jo Cocup

Support Group for Parent and Carers of Children and Young People with Additional Needs 

As you are aware, Clare Keogh left KCN in November, and we have struggled to find someone to run the two support groups that she was facilitating. We have therefore decided that this support group will be combined with the Support Group for Parents and Carers of Children and Young People with ADHD. 

This support group is held on the Second Friday of every Month at the KCN Office and is run by Clare’s colleague Lily Bath.

The next meeting will be held on Friday 8th March from 10.00 – 12.00 at 418 Ewell Road, KT6 7HF 

We do hope that you will be able to join us, and look forward to seeing you on the 8th March.

Support Group for Carers of Adults with Asperger's Syndrome or Autism Spectrum Disorder

You will be pleased to know that Mollie Cooke will now be running the Asperger’s/ASD Support Group held here on the first Wednesday of every month.

The next meeting will be on Wednesday 6th March from 10.00am – 12.00 at 418 Ewell Road, KT6 7HF  

We apologise that we have not had a meeting since last year, but look forward to seeing you at the next group.


We are looking for Volunteers to facilitate all of our Support Groups.

If you are interested, please contact or phone

020 3031 2757


16:15, 12 Feb 2019 by Jo Cocup

The Willow Restaurant and Bar are kindly hosting a Quiz Night in aid of KCN.

This is not an event we are organising but some of us from the organisation are putting together some teams.

It would like to come along, you could join one of our teams.

It is £5 per person - having a meal is optional

So if you would like to come along, please email Vanessa or call
020 3559 2824

Quiz Night

We are putting together team with staff and trustees from KCN,

if you would like to join a team please be in touch!

Email Vanessa or call
020 3559 2824

11:00, 07 Feb 2019 by Jo Cocup


Saturday 9th February
Richmond & Hillcroft Adult Community College’s Surbiton Campus,
South Bank, Surbiton KT6 6DF
(Previously known as Hillcroft Women's College)
The day will start at 11am and finish around 2.30pm.

We will be offering a head, shoulder and Neck massage, and/or mini-facial, hand massage and nail painting. There will also be a free lunch, a tour of the building and information on all our free workshops.


Email Vanessa or call 020 3559 2824 for more information 

or if you would like to attend

15:09, 28 Jan 2019 by Jo Cocup

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