Rosie says goodbye to long locks for Mencap
Big success for all in sports championship
Raft Race simulation at pub
Final donation for the youth centre
Councillor defends spend against HS2 as costs contin...
Families brave the weather to join in at weekend’s e...
Pupils make the most of Spanish stadium
Determined fundraisers have received a raft of donations after they came up with a novel idea to overcome the cancellation of an annual charity event.
Mobile food vendors based in Leamington have won free pitches at a major national show through a regional award scheme which recognises excellence in the industry.
The new chair of the district council has defended the rising costs of fighting HS2 as costs creep up over budget and could hit over £150,000.
The Leamington Courier, Warwick Courier and kenilworth Weekly News are giving away two for one entry vouchers to the UK’s top attractions including Alton Towers Resort in this Thursday’s paper.
Excited families forgot about the rain and got out to enjoy a weekend of activities, arts and music across the town.
Kenilworth School experienced life at Valencia CF in the ‘best trip they have been on’.
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.
A farmhouse, with land and outbuildings offering an excellent development opportunity is being auctioned next week.
Magician and comedian Chris Cox will bring his award-winning Fatal Distraction show to Warwick Arts Centre tomorrow (Sunday).
Colder Than Here by the Cubbington Players, Cubbington village hall. On until tomorrow (Saturday). www.cubbingtonplayers.com
New York rock opera RENT is being brought to the stage at Warwick Arts Centre by a 20-strong cast from the student group, Music Theatre Warwick, tonight (Friday) at 7.45pm and tomorrow at 2.30pm and 7.45pm.
Audiences can experience the thundering rhythms and muscular synchronisation of the Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers at the Spa Centre in Leamington tomorrow night (Saturday).
A national campaign is calling for private landlords and tenants in Warwickshire to make a stand against rogue letting agents by only choosing a local agent that offers financial protection
A police volunteer will lose her locks in hope of reaching a £3,000 charity fundraising target.
Pupils in Leek Wootton have brought home hoards of trophies after securing top sporting results.
The Kenilworth Centre has received its final donation from Sainsbury’s as part of the supermarket’s charity of the year fundraising project.
Kenilworth’s three veteran blood donors were honoured for rolling up their sleeves to help save lives at an awards ceremony.
Volunteers in Harbury who took over the running of their library and set up a cafe alongside to fund it have been recognised as winners of this year’s Spirit of Harbury award.
Over 200 cyclists got on their bikes to join a team from Mike Vaughan Cycles for their annual charity ride in aid of Myton Hospices.
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Weather for Kenilworth
Saturday 18 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: West
Temperature: 9 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: North east