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Back in business: Leamington record store Head re-opens under new management

Independent record store Head has re-opened in Leamington's Royal Priors shopping centre after many believed it had closed for good.
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Kenilworth Station's services have been suspended

UPDATE: Lines reopened after Kenilworth train cancellations

The line heading through Kenilworth Station has been reopened after trains between Coventry and Leamington were cancelled this afternoon due to a 'signalling fault'.
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The burglary happened on Siddeley Avenue

Audi stolen from outside Kenilworth home after burglary

Burglars broke into a Kenilworth home last week and stole a red Audi A3 after finding the keys in the house.
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WEATHER: Temperatures set to soar to 27C across Warwickshire

WEATHER: Temperatures set to soar to 27C across Warwickshire

Summer is hotting up once again this week and into next with temperatures set to reach 27C.

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Alfie Dingley will finally be given a licence to have cannabis treatment to fight his severe epilepsy

Kenilworth boy with severe epilepsy will be granted licence for cannabis treatment

A six-year-old Kenilworth boy with severe epilepsy will finally be granted a licence to treat his condition with cannabis by the government after a long battle.
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Dough and Brew in Warwick

REVIEW: A doughlicious meal at Warwick’s Dough and Brew

Courier Reporter Kirstie Smith was invited along to Dough and Brew in Warwick for a review. Here’s how she got on.

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Kenilworth Twinning Association members of their recent visit to Bourg-la-Reine in France

Kenilworth Twinning Association enjoys visit to France following membership surge

The Kenilworth Twinning Association recently enjoyed a visit to Kenilworth's twin town of Bourg-la-Reine in France after recent growth in the group's membership.
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Volunteers and staff from Vitsoe clean up part of the Grand Union Canal towpath in Old Town.

Cleanup carried out before Leamington Canal Festival’s revival

Community spirited volunteers have made improvements to the towpath of the Grand Union Canal in Leamington’s Old Town in time for the revival of a festival in the area.

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Lesley Blair (back row, centre) with girls from Crackley Hall School

Top netball coach shares tips with Kenilworth schoolgirls

Netball players at a Kenilworth school were put through their paces last week by when a top netball coach paid them a visit.
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An artist's impression of what the development could look like

Construction of Kenilworth student flats delayed until spring 2019

Work to start building student flats in Talisman square in place of the temporary car park will not start until spring 2019, developers have confirmed.

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Mollie Jones, who has died aged 98

Tributes paid to 'fun' and 'inspirational' Kenilworth woman

Tributes have been paid to a Kenilworth woman whose life was one of ‘fun, family, faith and fellowship.’
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The 35 medicines no longer available on NHS prescription from this month

The NHS has banned free prescriptions for some ‘over the counter’ medicines such as constipation and athletes foot starting this month

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Emergency response.

Baby and elderly man among patients assessed after two car collision near Saxon Mill pub in Warwick

Ambulance staff and paramedics have assessed four patients including a baby and an elderly man at the scene of a road traffic collision involving two cars on the Coventry Road near the Saxon Mill pub in Warwick.
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From left: Janet Phillips, Kenilworth mayor Cllr Kate Dickson and Diane Manders receiving Gold awards at last year's Kenilworth in Bloom awards night last year

Kenilworth in Bloom launches annual garden competition

Green-fingered residents of Kenilworth are being encouraged to enter Kenilworth in Bloom's annual garden competition.

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Leamington hosts finish of third stage on Womens Cycling Tour

Elite international cyclists have finished the latest stage of their tour competition in Leamington town centre today.

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The pair were sentenced at Warwick Crown Court

Couple sentenced after Leamington enterprise hub ransacked in burglary blitz

Every single business at a Leamington enterprise hub was broken into, losing more than £40,000 worth of property, during a burglary blitz carried out over a single weekend.

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Colin Sullivan, fundraising volunteer at the Air Ambulance Service with Warwick Rotarian David Brain

Warwick Rotary Club supports Air Ambulance Service

The Warwick Rotary Club recently supported the Air Ambulance Service after a visit from one of their fundraising volunteers.

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The Court House. Photo provided by Warwick Town Council

Afternoon tea in Warwick in aid of homeless shelter

An afternoon tea is being held in Warwick to help raise funds for a homeless shelter.

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The 2nd Warwick Sea Scout's regatta last year

Warwick residents and visitors invited to fun day and regatta to celebrate fundraising success

Residents and visitors of Warwick are being invited to a family fun day and regatta to celebrate the 2nd Warwick Sea Scouts funding the first phase of their new headquarters project.

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Isabella Robinson and her granddad Peter Lewis with their handmade poppy.

Another handmade poppy submitted to Warwick project

A nine-year-old from Warwick and her granddad are some of the latest residents to contribute to the Warwick Poppy project.

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