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Warwick residents threatened and have car stolen by burglars

Police are appealing for information after three men threatened occupants of a house in Warwick before stealing their car and money.

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Keir Edmonds, MCS Group managing director; Lianne Kirkman, chief executive, Helping Hands; Tim Perkins, MCS Group construction director.

Claverdon based construction company gives homeless charity a helping hand

A Claverdon-based construction company has give a homeless charity in the Warwick district a helping hand after raising thousands of pounds at their recent fundraising event.

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St John's House in Warwick will be hosting a WWI family fun day next week.''Photo provided by Heritage and Culture Warwickshire.

WWI family fun day event to be held at Warwick museum

A military museum in Warwick will be hosting a family fun day themed around the First World War next weekend.

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A tree has been planted at Briar Hill Infant School in Whitnash in memory of former teacher Mary Street.

Memorial tree planted in Whitnash school garden in memory of former teacher

A memorial tree has been planted at a school in Whitnash in tribute to a former teacher who was well-loved.

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The new festival will be taking place in Market Square and around the town. Photo from Google Street View.

Scarecrow festival heading to Warwick

A new festival will be heading to Warwick later this year.

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Smith Street Party in 2017.

Defibrillator goal for Warwick street party

Residents and visitors in Warwick are being urged to support a street party later this month, which is also being used to help raise funds for a defibrillator.

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Helen Fitzpatrick from the Warwick Poppies 2018 collecting the handmade poppies from Ricki Webb and her daughter Kelly.

Handmade poppies for Warwick project hand-delivered from America

A collection of handmade poppies from America were recently hand-delivered to the Warwick Poppies Project.

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St Mary's Lands. Photo submitted by Linda Bromley.

Works to improve accessibility in and around St Mary’s Lands in Warwick due to start

More improvements are due to take place in an around St Mary’s Lands in Warwick this summer.

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Max Footman.

Heathcote pupil Max goes that extra mile to help school project

So what’s the challenge?

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IN PICTURES: SCBU Fest in Leamington raises thousands of pounds

A festival that was held in Leamington last weekend has raised £3,000 for the Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) at Warwick Hospital.

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Warwick Mayor Richard Eddy unveiling the Blue Plaque for J R R Tolkien. Photo provided by Warwick Town Council.

Tolkien plaque unveiled in Warwick

A Blue Plaque has been unveiled in Warwick for famous author J R R Tolkien.

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Warwick Street Kitchen will be celebrating its first year under new management this month.''Photos by Jennifer Peel.

Leamington’s Warwick Street Kitchen to celebrate first year under new management

Leamington’s Warwick Street Kitchen will be celebrating its first year under new management later this month.

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An appeal has been lodged against the refusal for plans for an M&S Foodhall in Leamington Shopping Park.

Appeal lodged against refusal of M&S Foodhall plans at Leamington Shopping Park

An appeal has been lodged against the refusal for plans for an M&S Foodhall in the Leamington Shopping Park.

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Photo from Myton's Summer Fete in 2017. Photo supplied by Myton Hospices.

Get into the carnival spirit at Warwick’s Myton Hospice

The Myton Hospices is bringing the colourful and musical spirit of a carnival to the gardens of the Myton Hospice site in Warwick this weekend.

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Warwick's annual beer, cider and music festival will be returning this weekend. Photo by Gill Fletcher.

Warwick beer, cider and music festival returns

Warwick’s annual beer, cider and music festival will be returning next week.

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Gill Benson, Carol Warren, Gail Guest and Helen Fitzpatrick with over 1,000 handmade poppies.

Warwick Poppies project ‘blown away by support’ after smashing minimum target

The team behind a community project in Warwick to collect thousands of handmade poppies has announced that its minimum target has been smashed.

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Richard Douglas.

Leamington man caught in online police paedophile sting operation

A Leamington man who was caught attempting to persuade a 13-year-old to engage in sexual activities during an online police sting believed he had ‘done nothing wrong’.

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Leamington sergeant tells of ‘horrendous’ start to Christmas after transphobic abuse

A police Sergeant from Leamington station had a ‘horrendous start to Christmas day’ after transphobic comments were used towards her, a court has heard.

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The amount of waste being recycled in the Warwick has slightly decreased over the last three years. Photo from Warwick District Council.

Figures reveal decrease in waste recycled in Warwick district

New figures reveal that the proportion of waste recycled in the Warwick district has slightly decreased over the past three years - despite a drive to encourage more recycling. Reporter Kirstie Smith looks into the possible reasons behind the statistics.

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