Kingston Reading Room

Registered Charity No. 300882 Contact: Kayleigh Easton Chair 01548 810959, Pauline Deschamps SecretaryKingston’s Reading Room is our village hall. Originally three almshouses, it was bought by the then newly established Reading Room Trust for £30 on Feb.10th 1912. Its purpose has changed little over a century of active use.The building is owned by the Parish … Continued

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Art Group

  Contact: CarolineThomas Tel: 810531  cathomas.torr@gmail.com This popular group meets in the Reading Room every other Wednesday morning from 9.30 to 12.30 to enjoy drawing and painting together in a relaxed atmosphere. All levels of expertise are welcome, from absolute beginners to experienced artists. Fees are £12 a year, which pays for the hire of the … Continued

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Kingston Events Group. KEG.

  Contact Hayley Jones on 01548 810748. KingstonEventsGroup@live.co.uk and on Facebook. K.E.G provides a variety of events on a regular basis in order to bring together all members of the community, for example: the Annual Fun Day, a musical event, a New Year’s party and a quiz. Potential future events could be race nights, beetle … Continued

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Kingston Branch of the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service – founded 1949

  Contact: Paul White Tel: 01548 810953 We are lucky, and proud, to be one of the few volunteer fire-fighting teams in the UK. and the only one in the Devon arm of the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service. If nothing else, it keeps us fit and active through Tuesday evening drill nights and enough … Continued

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Kingston Stay and Play – Under 5’s

  Contact Steph Swain. preferable on Facebook Thursday morning 10am till noon. in the Reading Room £1 donation per family covers the running costs. Setting up costs were covered by a small grant from South Hams District Council and the generosity of Kingston residents and in 2014 the Group received a generous sum from the combined Devon County … Continued

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Kingston Local History Society

  Contacts: Jennie Stanley, (Chair). Kingston’s history has been documented in various ways. The Kingston Local History Society originated in the mid 1970’s, when Mary Petter took a great interest in the village’s past & over about 20 years researched many aspects of village life by publishing letters & accounts of her findings. Since then … Continued

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Kingston Bell Ringers

  Contact: Viv Freeman We are plain and simple bell ringers, Christian and non-Christian alike, who enjoy meeting up on Monday evenings at 20.00 for practice and then putting it all into effect on Sunday services and other community events. A highlight, for example, was ringing in the new millennium. We always ring in the … Continued

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