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Warwick Youth Parliament team set for fundraising skydive for Safeline charity

Members of Warwick Youth Parliament are just days away from an ultimate leap of faith when they will skydive for a good cause. The youngsters have been campaigning over the past few months to sponsors for their fundraising skydive for the charity Safelin

yesterday, 16:47 in Regional West

Appeal to find wanted Warwick man

Police are appealing for help in tracking down a 19-year-old from Warwick who failed to appear in court. Lewis John Walker of Saltisford, Warwick was due to appear at Warwick Crown Court yesterday (Monday 27 March), in relation to charges including posse

yesterday, 16:35 in Regional West

Appeal for information after Leamington burglary

Police are appealing for information after several items, including two cars, were stolen from a home in Leamington. The incident happened during Saturday night going into Sunday morning at a home in Albany Terrace. The offenders entered the home from th

yesterday, 14:38 in Regional West

Free travel vaccinations and gluten-free foods could all vanish in prescriptions cost-cutting

NHS England is to launch a consultation next month which could see GPs stop prescribing medicines which are available over the counter for a fraction of the cost. Gluten-free foods, omega-3 supplements and travel vaccinations are among the items which ma

yesterday, 14:38 in Regional West

More break-ins in Warwick

The police are appealing for information after more homes were broken into in Warwick. Last week The Courier ran an online story reporting that there had been six break-ins in Warwick in just five days. There has now been a further three incidents in the

yesterday, 13:26 in Regional West

Strong turn out for Chase Meadow clean up

Residents of all ages joined together to help clean up the Chase Meadow area in Warwick. The annual litter pick, which was organised by the Chase Meadow Resident’s Association, took place on Saturday. This is the third year that the event had taken place

yesterday, 13:26 in Regional West

Witness appeal after Coventry City fan attacked by Bristol Rovers fan

A 24-year-old Coventry City fan was attacked by a travelling Bristol Rovers fan after the two sides played each other at the Ricoh Arena this Saturday (March 25). The assault reportedly took place in Judds Lane, near the road leading to Rowleys Green Lan

yesterday, 11:00 in Regional West

Quiz at Kenilworth hotel raises hundreds for Myton Hospices

A quiz recently held at a Kenilworth hotel raised hundreds of pounds for charity Myton Hospices. The quiz, which took place at the Holiday Inn in Smalley Place earlier this month, raised a total of £762 for the charity. A spokesman for Myton Hospices sai

yesterday, 10:22 in Regional West

Guess the name of the bear at Warwick Castle and win artist’s illustration and VIP tickets to Handmade Fair

A Cubbington artist has put her talents to use by creating an illustration of a new sculpture at Warwick Castle for a competition. Tabitha Rean has revealed her commissioned illustration of the Bear and ragged Staff willow weave sculpture at the castle.

yesterday, 09:36 in Regional West

Labour Shadow Chancellor backs Trinity School campaign to keep sixth form open

Labour’s Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP visited Trinity School to back the campaign to keep the school’s sixth form open. He said: “It was fantastic to meet students from Trinity School on Saturday. It’s been difficult for the school recently, with

Monday, 17:04 in Regional West

All change as new £1 coin poised to enter circulation – but companies unprepared

It will be all change in Britain on Tuesday when the new £1 coin enters circulation but millions of commuters could be left facing fresh chaos as it emerged 11 out of 18 rail providers had not upgraded their machines and would be unable to accept the new

Monday, 16:58 in Regional West

Heroes and villains assemble for Leamington Comic Con 2017

Cosplayers paid tribute their favourite characters from comics and animation at this year’s Leamington Comic Con. The event, now the third to have taken place in the town, was held at the Spa Centre for the first time and again featured illustrators and

Monday, 15:59 in Regional West

Ryton singer aiming to win competition to perform at major music festival

A teenage singer from Ryton is appealing for the public to help her win a TV competition that will see her perform at music festival Radio One’s Big Weekend. Singer-songwriter Kellimarie Willis, 14, has featured on CBBC’s Got What It Takes over the last

Monday, 15:16 in Regional West

33 is the magic number - the age when Brits think they can afford a house

The average age when Britons living in rented accommodation think they’ll be able to afford their own house is 33. The survey by Spark Energy found that one in six respondents (17 per cent) don’t believe they will ever be able to raise the money to purch

Monday, 11:37 in Regional West

Kenilworth care home sings for Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday

Residents at a Kenilworth care home sung their hearts out when they celebrated Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday by joining a nationwide sing-along. As part of the celebration on Monday March 20, residents were joined by pupils and staff from Kenilworth Sc

Monday, 11:33 in Regional West

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