From the Gov.uk website published 26 June: Government puts disabled passengers first by backing innovative projects to improve train...read more >
We provide a range of services to ensure that disabled people who live, work or study in Kingston are able to lead independent lives. We also provide disability-related advice and information to other interested individuals or organisations.Learn more
KCIL can provide small grants to disabled people who live in the Royal Borough of Kingston and are paid up members of our organisation. These grants are towards the cost of holidays, equipment or training and education.Learn more
Our current projects include the Visual Impairment Parliament in conjunction with the Thomas Pocklington Trust and an Heritage Lottery funded oral history project, ‘Fighting for our Rights’.Learn more
KCIL’s mission is to provide information, advice and support to all disabled people living in the Royal Borough of Kingston and the surrounding areas and to empower them to have a voice, take control of their lives, and be treated equally.
H2H is celebrating 70 years of the National Health Service and their 12th birthday! So why not join them...read more >