Hundreds take part in Walk for Myton
Dolphin team tackle swim for charity cash
Bollywood street dance
Charity volunteers to boycott town store after tresp...
What’s in Friday’s Weekly News
Planting the seed of engineering
Lollipop ladies keep roads safe for 60 years
Small scale farmers and traders in Zambia will benefit from a donation of bicycles by Warwickshire Police.
The good work done by nurses at Warwick Hospital today and in the past was celebrated on International Nurses Day - Florence Nightingale’s birthday (May 12) - by current nursing staff at the hospital.
A Leamington teacher is heading to Canada next month to represent his school in the first ever World Child and Youth Care Conference.
Hundreds of walkers strolled into the sunshine on Sunday to raise money for The Myton Hospices. More than 440 people took part in Walk for Myton and raised over £20,000 in pledged sponsorship - smashing the event’s target of £11,500. Walkers could choose from routes of three, six or 12 miles for the sponsored walk and were invited to enjoy a picnic or BBQ and relax in the hospice grounds after the event.
The court case against a former detective charged with stealing £113,000 from Warwickshire Police’s headquarters will have to start afresh because of an administrative error.
Children are already enjoying the brand new £120,000 play area at Abbey Fields after months of eagerly waiting for the grand opening.
Radford Semele lifted the Sunny Dhillon Memorial Trophy with an emphatic 6-1 win over rivals Stockton on Saturday.
Jordan King will make his debut in the Cooper Tires British Formula 3 Series at Silverstone over the weekend and the young racer has declared himself ready for the challenge.
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.
Jumping jazz, melodic blues and family entertainment are taking over Solihull this weekend as the town’s Jazz and Blues Festival returns.
Two brothers and bandmates have opened a new space in Leamington for musicians to record, rehearse, sell records and merchandise and organise their products.
Bollywood and street dance styles combine in a new performance by Rifco Arts on at Warwick Arts Centre until tomorrow (Saturday). Break The Floorboards tells the story of teenager Zain, whose family, peer pressure and two left feet are getting in the way of his dreams of becoming a dancer. Performances are at 7.30pm, plus a 2.30pm matinee tomorrow, and tickets cost £15.50 to £18.50. Call 024 7652 4524.
Northumbrian dance tunes, Anglo Scots ballads and New Orleans jazz are among the eclectic influences on guitarist Martin Simpson, who is performing with his band at the Spa Centre in Leamington tonight (Friday).
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.
Butchers are hoping to win the crown for England’s Best Steak Pie after excelling in regional taste tests.
Water-loving friends from Kenilworth Swimming Club have splashed their way to success after raising over £800 by swimming five kilometres.
Children’s author and story teller, Meg Harper, will read at Kenilworth Books on the Friday May 31. Meg will be at the shop in Talisman Square between 11am and midday to read stories which are suitable for primary school children. All are welcome.
Join up with a new group to improve cycleways, promote the needs of cyclists and get more children on their bikes.
Town historian, Graham Gould has released his latest book looking back on a history of Kenilworth in pictures.
Over 30 people gathered in the ruins of Kenilworth’s Abbey to say the Office of Nones for the first time since 1538.
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Weather for Kenilworth
Sunday 26 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 7 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 18 mph
Wind direction: South west