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Leamington resident charged for noise nuisance to his neighbours

Raised voices after midnight and a barking dog were among the noise disturbances a Leamington man subjected his neighbours to over several months.

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: Paul Grundy (Leamington Round Table), Nick Abell (Chairman, Wright Hassall) and Lucy Cooper (Fundraising Manager, British Blind Sport).

Record start for entries into Regency Run in Leamington

One of the UK’s most popular 10k runs has teamed up with a Leamington charity as it enjoys a record start for entrants.

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Feature: do you remember the Lights of Leamington?

Feature: do you remember the Lights of Leamington?

It was a festival which some claim rivalled the Blackpool Illuminations in terms of its splendour and popularity.

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Leamington is set to get annother escape room.

Another escape room could be opening in Leamington

Another escape room could be opening in Leamington.

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Man charged with Knightcote murder pleads not guilty

A man charged with the murder of his estranged wife in her Knightcote home has pleaded not guilty.

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Lillington burglar jailed after being confronted when trying to force lock

A burglar who was trying to force the lock of a Leamington flat fled empty-handed when the occupier opened the door to confront him.

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Photo take shortly after the robbery in Warwick. Photo submitted.

Owner of Warwick jewellery shop vows to come back bigger and stronger after robbery

The owner of a Warwick jewellery shop which was robbed this week has vowed to come back bigger and stronger.

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Warwick Mayor Stephen Cross withChris Mew, Captain of the St Mary's Church bell ringers.

Appeal for help in raising £1.5million for Warwick church tower restoration

Volunteers and the congregation of a church in Warwick are appealing for help in raising more than £1.5 million so that vital restoration repairs can be made.

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The scene after the incident at the Pump Room Gardens in Leamington during which Marvin Parnell was arrested on November 1 2017.

Police officers praised and rewarded for arrest of man brandishing pistol in Leamington park

Two police officers have been praised by a judge and awarded £1,000 each for going ‘well beyond the call of duty’ in bravely pursuing a man carrying what they thought was a gun across a busy Leamington park.

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The shop closures and openings in Leamington

Bosses at Royal Priors shopping centre in Leamington said they were given ‘little to no warning’ before two stores housed in the centre suddenly shut.

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17 students at Warwick School have received offers from Oxford or Cambridge University.

Warwick School celebrate record number of students with Oxbridge offers

A school in Warwick is celebrating after getting a record number of students with Oxbridge offers.

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District council leader answers questions on authority’s new HQ plan for Leamington

District council leader answers questions on authority’s new HQ plan for Leamington

Since last week’s story about the approval for Warwick District Council’s new £50m headquarters in Leamington - and 170 homes on the current HQ site - we have been inundated with calls and letters. So we have put your key questions to the council

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Spa Striders' Paul Edwards and Chris McKeown battle it out. Picture: Nigel Fox

Carson and Bhangal take Not The Roman prizes

Kenilworth Runner’s Connor Carson won Stratford AC’s Not the Roman IX on Sunday in 42min 36sec.

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Spa Striders ladies line up ahead of the Midland Ladies Cross Country League race at Cofton Park. Picture submitted

Leamington consolidate seventh spot in the Birmingham League

Leamington C&AC’s men returned to Warley Woods on Saturday to take part in the third round of the Birmingham Cross Country League, some having only raced there the week before in the Warwickshire County Championships.

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Simon Tyler's two conversions proved crucial as Kenilworth edged past Nuneaton Old Edwardians.

Kenilworth edge past Old Eds to stay in play-off contention

Kenilworth returned to winning ways on Saturday with a nerve-wracking 21-18 victory over Nuneaton Old Edwardians to keep the pressure on play-off rivals Malvern, writes Sophie Freestone.

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Evetts joins a record field as he bids to win back Tour Card

Stockton thrower Ted Evetts joined a record field in the 2018 PDC Qualifying Schools, with over 600 players competing for PDC Tour Cards in Wigan and Hildesheim.

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Photo taken shortly after the robbery in Warwick. Photo submitted.

Appeal for witnesses after armed robbery in Warwick

Detectives from Warwickshire Police are appealing for witnesses and information after an armed robbery in Warwick

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Helen Smith, founder of Evelyn's Gift with Warwick Rotary Club President John Hibben.

Founder of Warwick-based charity Evelyn’s gift given award for her work in the community

The founder of Warwick-based charity Evelyn’s Gift has been presented an award for all her work in the community.

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Ruth Herd (Veronique Vallon), Julie-Ann Randell (Annette Reille), Dave Crossfield (Alain Reille) and Mark Crossley (Michel Vallon)

REVIEW: Savage comedy in God of Carnage at the Loft in Leamington

Nick Le Mesurier reviews God Of Carnage, directed by Sue Moore at the Loft Theatre, Leamington

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Appeal for witnesses after man assaulted in Leamington

Appeal for witnesses after man assaulted in Leamington

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted in Leamington.

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