Mayor officially opens new £100,000 play equipment in Whitnash park

New play equipment costing £100,000 in a Whitnash park has been officially opened by the town's mayor.

What the finished plan could look like. The submitted plan is for outline permission only, so finer details will have to be agreed in a future application

New 135-home plan will 'blight' Kenilworth Cricket Club

A plan to build 135 homes next to Kenilworth Cricket Club will 'blight' the club if it goes ahead, a spokesman said.

Another burglary has been reported in Kenilworth

Another burglary reported in Kenilworth

Burglars have been active in Kenilworth once again this week.
What the finished plan could look like. The submitted plan is for outline permission only, so finer details will have to be agreed in a future application

Plans to build up to 135 new homes next to Kenilworth Cricket Club submitted

Plans to build up to 135 homes on land next to Kenilworth Cricket Club have been officially submitted.

Dr Fred Reid (left) presenting his book 'Thomas Hardy and History' to librarian Linda Young

Retired Kenilworth history lecturer donates his new book to Kenilworth Library

A retired Kenilworth history lecturer well-known for his services to the blind has donated a copy of his new book to Kenilworth Library.

Manager of Headway in Kenilworth Malcolm Boote is urging people to donate stock

Kenilworth charity shop's 'cry for help' as its stock dwindles

A Kenilworth charity shop is urging generous residents to donate new items over fears its stock could run out.
Santa and his sleigh in a previous visit to Kenilworth

Santa's route around Kenilworth this year announced

Santa Claus will be visiting Kenilworth and Leek Wootton's streets once again this year, and his route has now been announced.
Both burglaries resulted in nothing being stolen

Security guard and family's dog foil two Kenilworth burglaries

The vigilant actions of a security guard and a loyal family dog may have scared off burglars in two separate Kenilworth incidents - including one at the railway station.
Michelle West (left)  and Pawprints Dog Rescue trustee Trisha Shaw with
some of the 108 shoeboxes full of Christmas treats donated by Michelle to Avonvale Vets Christmas appeal.

Kenilworth animal lover makes 'extraordinary' donation to vets' Christmas appeal

An animal lover from Kenilworth has made an 'extraordinary' donation of shoeboxes filled with treats for cats and dogs after a vets' Christmas appeal.
A construction vehicle mounting the pavement on Bremridge Close

UPDATE: Big vehicles accessing 63-home site in Barford broke planning rules

Large construction vehicles which down a narrow road to build 63 houses in Barford broke planning rules, developers have admitted.
Pictures on display at last year's art exhibition

Kenilworth Rotary art exhibition to return this year

An art exhibition organised by Kenilworth Rotary Club will return once again this year to the town's Holiday Inn.

Winners of this years Leamington Business Awards gather on stage for a
confetti cannon finale at the Royal Pump Rooms

Leamington's businesses honoured at awards ceremony

The winners of this year’s Leamington Business Awards were revealed at a glittering ceremony last week at the Royal Pump Rooms.
Warwick Road's lights being switched on last year

When are Kenilworth's official Christmas lights switch on events for 2017?

Kenilworth's two Christmas lights switch on events are coming soon.
Photos from Remembrance Sunday in Kenilworth

PICTURES - Kenilworth remembers the fallen

Kenilworth's residents turned out in force to remember the fallen last weekend.
Warwickshire County Council's Cabinet voted to close 25 of the 39 children's centres in the county

Children's centres across Warwickshire will close after council vote

The future of children's centres in Warwickshire has been sealed after councillors agreed to close 25 centres across the county to save £1.12 million.
Roadworks could disrupt drivers in Kenilworth

Upcoming roadworks in Kenilworth could cause disruption

Drivers in Kenilworth could be disrupted over the next few days and weeks by roadworks coming to the town.
Glenn Merryfield, one of the contributors to the exhibition

Photo exhibition by people with additional needs being held in Leamington

The photographic skills and visions of people with learning disabilities will be brought to life at an exhibition in the centre of Leamington.

Ron Trenchard with his card from The Queen

Warwickshire D-Day veteran celebrates 100th birthday

A Warwickshire veteran who fought during D-Day recently celebrated his 100th birthday on the eve of this year’s Poppy Appeal.

From left: Jean Lockley, midwife Inger Southorn and Cllr Kate Dickson

Kenilworth children's centre celebrates 10th birthday ahead of big decision over its future

Staff at a Kenilworth children’s centre celebrated its 10th birthday ahead of an important decision over its future.

Shire Hall, where Warwickshire County Council sits

Rethink on Warwickshire children's centre closures does not go far enough, campaigners claim

Revised plans to cut children's centres in Warwickshire after pressure from parents and groups are not enough to keep a good service, campaigners have claimed.
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