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What’s in Friday’s Weekly News
Planting the seed of engineering
Lollipop ladies keep roads safe for 60 years
Abigail spots fire dangers in the home
From fairway to foothills for fundraising pub pair
Wilkinson’s has defended its position after coming under fire for refusing to allow charity collectors to shelter from the rain under its roof canopy.
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A Leamington man has been jailed for six weeks for stealing from cars.
A Leamington man has died after being hit by a lorry.
Probation Service changes in Warwickshire – including privatisation – will be a “disaster”, claims a union official.
Warwick Hospital opened its newly refurbished maternity unit last week and mothers-to-be have already been benefiting from the changes.
After the success of the inaugural event, Brakes Trust’s Copa Del NWG returned to Harbury Lane last Saturday to showcase the club’s community involvement.
Leamington Hibs were unable to round off their Midland Combination Division Two season with a victory, going down 2-1 to Barton on Tuesday night.
Leamington’s second string gained their first Birmingham League victory of the season with a comfortable 110-run win over Barnt Green.
Emerson Combstock of Coventry Godiva Harriers was the winner of the Kenilworth Runners-hosted Kenilworth Festival 10k.
Leamington chairman Jim Scott says the rising cost of ticket prices at the New Windmill is an inevitable by-product of promotion.
He might be better known for his deft touch behind the steering wheel, but Stoneleigh driver Jordan King traded his racesuit for football boots recently as he paid a visit to the Chelsea FC Academy for a unique behind-the-scenes training session.
Enjoy holiday May-hem at the Playbox Theatre’s Dream Factory this half term with events for all ages.
After a successful year of causing mayhem and mania at theatres across the UK, the Hormonal Housewives are back and stopping in Leamington this weekend.
Neighbours from hell make the lives of the central characters miserable in a social comedy coming to Kenilworth’s Talisman Theatre.
The Leamington-based Spires Youth Orchestra are inviting musicians to an open rehearsal this week.
Long-standing Coronation Street star Beverley Callard believes her role in a play coming to Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is among the “greatest parts for women ever written”.
Leamington & District Organ Society will welcome top professional touring artist Andrew Nix to its next concert.
The rain that was threatened for Saturday held off for crowds who took part in and visited the Moreton Morrell show.
A former detective constable who Warwickshire Police had initially refused to name has pleaded not guilty in court to stealing £113,000 from the force’s headquarters.
Children can get creative at a Saturday morning art group for all ages and abilities.
Lollipop ladies have celebrated 60 years of service with a nostalgic look back at their time on the county’s roads. Crossing patrol officers from across the county came to Kenilworth to celebrate six decades of helping get children safely to school.
Spicy Jazz captivated the audience at St Nicholas church on Saturday with tunes ranging from 19th century spirituals to favourites from Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and trumpet player Humphrey Lyttelton.
A safety conscious pupil who spotted potential fire hazards in her Barford home has been presented with a Junior Safety Champion certificate and £25 gift voucher on behalf of the emergency services.
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Weather for Kenilworth
Friday 24 May 2013
Temperature: 4 C to 10 C
Wind Speed: 29 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 6 C to 15 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: North