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Ahmadiyya Muslims in Leamington condemn Westminster terror attack

Muslims in Leamington have condemned the terror attack which took place at Westminster yesterday afternoon. Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, who worship at the Baitul Ehsan Centre in Adelaide Road, have said they “strongly condemn the barbaric

yesterday, 17:29 in Regional West
 

Woman arrested following Leamington drug raids

A 31-year-old woman from Leamington was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class B drugs following coordinated drugs warrants in the town this morning (Thursday). The woman was arrested after a warrant was executed at a flat on Cla

yesterday, 17:12 in Regional West
 

Harbury’s green-fingered pupils boosted by community grant to buy greenhouse

Parents, staff and pupils of a Warwickshire primary school are celebrating after harvesting a green-fingered windfall. Harbury School PTA has been awarded £4,928 from the Aviva Community Fund 2106, which will be used to purchase a greenhouse with potting

yesterday, 17:12 in Regional West
 

Lillington regeneration plans now ‘dead’ according to councillor

Plans to regenerate part of Lillington by demolishing the area’s 1960s flats and moving residents to modern accommodation are now “dead”. This is the view of ward councillor Alan Boad (Lib Dem, Crown) in response to the announcement last week that land a

yesterday, 13:05 in Regional West
 

Fire under Warwick canal bridge

Fire crews were called to fire under a canal bridge in Warwick this morning. Warwickshire Fire Control received two calls at 10.07 this morning reporting smoke coming from underneath the canal bridge on Charles Street. One fire crew from Leamington was s

yesterday, 12:18 in Regional West
 

Work to improve two Kenilworth parks set to start soon

Work to improve two Kenilworth parks will soon be starting, Warwick District Council has confirmed. Ebourne Recreation Ground in Ebourne Close and Bates Memorial Field off The Gardens and Hermitage Way are set to be improved by the council’s green spaces

yesterday, 12:18 in Regional West
 

Wasps star to start Leamington’s Regency run

A Wasps Rugby Club star will be setting off the runners at the Regency run next weekend. On Sunday April 2 runners will be taking part in the 13th annual Wright Hassall Regency 10k run. So far more than 2,000 people have signed up to the Leamington event

yesterday, 11:48 in Regional West
 

Westminster terror attack: ‘No threat’ to Warwickshire, say police

Warwickshire Police emphasised there is no specific intelligence suggesting any threat to the county after the terror attack in London yesterday (Wednesday, March 22). Four people were killed as a knifeman in a car drove into pedestrians on Westminster B

yesterday, 11:03 in Regional West
 

More bad parking outside Kenilworth Fire Station

Fire crews have bemoaned yet another incident of inconsiderate parking outside Kenilworth Fire Station in School Lane. Crews snapped a picture of a car blocking part of the left hand exit from the station during the evening of Wednesday March 22. In a po

yesterday, 09:54 in Regional West
 

Warwick woman claimed benefits for four years despite half million pound divorce settlement

A woman from Warwick boosted her wealth by making fraudulent benefit claims despite receiving a divorce settlement of more than a quarter of a million pounds. Over four years Assa Brown claimed just over £27,000 in housing and council tax benefits and jo

yesterday, 09:37 in Regional West
 

Mother’s concern over 12-month wait to find suitable school for her son

Concerned Bishops Itchington mother Kellyanne Hall has spoken of the struggle she is having to find a suitable school for her son to go to. Joshua, 12, who has recently been diagnosed with autism and also has attachment disorder, learning difficulties an

yesterday, 08:41 in Regional West
 

Hampton Magna mum prepares for Snowdon climb ahead of MS diagnosis

A woman from Hampton Magna who expects to be diagnosed with MS this year will be taking on Snowdon to raise money for the MS Trust. Anna Garratt, who is 30 years old, is expecting to be diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) later this year. In October 2

yesterday, 08:41 in Regional West
 

BREAKING: Jeremy Wright MP ‘fine’ after shooting in Westminster

The MP for Kenilworth and Southam, Jeremy Wright, is said to be ‘fine’ after a shooting outside Parliament in Westminster this afternoon (Wednesday March 22). The House of Parliament are currently in lockdown after a man reportedly wielding a knife was s

Wednesday, 15:29 in Regional West
 

BREAKING: Firearms incident on Westminster Bridge - House of Commons locked down

Scotland Yard says it was called to a firearms incident on Westminster Bridge amid reports of several people injured this afternoon, Wednesday March 22. Commons Leader David Lidington has told MPs a “police officer has been stabbed” and the “alleged assa

Wednesday, 15:29 in Regional West
 

Kenilworth magician performs at town mayor’s civic dinner

A Kenilworth magician showed off his tricks in front of 60 people at the Kenilworth mayor’s recent civic dinner. Angus Baskerville entertained the crowd, which included mayor Cllr Richard Davies and Kenilworth and Southam MP Jeremy Wright, at the dinner

Wednesday, 13:38 in Regional West
 
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