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Kenilworth woman sets up new charity to help students with their mental health

Kenilworth woman sets up new charity to help students with their mental health

A Kenilworth woman has launched a new charity to help students suffering with their mental health after her own battle with depression and an eating disorder. Padua Eaton, 21, of John O’Gaunt Road, was an aspiring ballet dancer at the Elmhurst School...

yesterday, 17:38 in Regional West
 
Cubbington village community unveil new defibrillators after year-long fundraising campaign

Cubbington village community unveil new defibrillators after year-long fundraising campaign

Cubbington WI and village residents , who have fundraised for vital emergency first aid equipment ,are celebrating their success. The three new defibrillators have been installed across the village, increasing accessibility to the life-saving pieces...

yesterday, 15:55 in Regional West
 
Leamington barbers offering ‘Thorsday’ hair cuts to celebrate film release

Leamington barbers offering ‘Thorsday’ hair cuts to celebrate film release

A barbers in Leamington will be offering free haircuts to celebrate the release of the latest Thor movie. To celebrate the release of Thor: Ragnarok in UK cinemas on October 24, this Thursday (October 19) will become #THORSDAY, as select barber shops...

yesterday, 15:39 in Regional West
 
Kenilworth Lions’ donations help build hospital facilities in Syria

Kenilworth Lions’ donations help build hospital facilities in Syria

Kenilworth Lions helped the construction of new hospital facilities in Syria by donating furniture and supplies this weekend. A team of volunteers from the Hand in Hand for Syria charity turned up at the Lions’ Furniture Store in Farmer Ward Road on...

yesterday, 15:18 in Regional West
 
Applications open for grants to help fund Kenilworth projects

Applications open for grants to help fund Kenilworth projects

Applications are now open for almost £10,000 worth of grants to help fund Kenilworth projects. Kenilworth’s three county councillors, Cllr Alan Cockburn, Cllr John Cooke and Cllr Dave Shilton have set aside the money to support small projects within...

yesterday, 14:37 in Regional West
 
Furniture manufacturer Vitsoe officially opens new HQ in Leamington

Furniture manufacturer Vitsoe officially opens new HQ in Leamington

British furniture manufacturer Vitsoe has officially opened its new headquarters in Leamington and is fully operational in its new home. The internationally-known company has settled in the town due to its “excellent transport connections, rich...

yesterday, 12:37 in Regional West
 
Harbury Beavers group get tour around housing development site

Harbury Beavers group get tour around housing development site

Homebuilder David Wilson Homes Mercia recently invited children from the 1st Harbury Beavers to its Oakfields development in Harbury. The Beavers, who are aged six to eight, donned hard hats and high-vis vests on a tour around the building site with...

yesterday, 12:37 in Regional West
 
Live: Storm Ophelia latest

Live: Storm Ophelia latest

The latest news as Ophelia – the storm expected to bring 80mph winds to Britain and Ireland today (Monday) – was first tracked nearly 900 miles off the coast of the Azores on October 9. We bring you the latest updates as Storm Ophelia hits the UK....

yesterday, 11:20 in Regional West
 
Warwick attractions unite to mark 400th anniversary of King James I visit

Warwick attractions unite to mark 400th anniversary of King James I visit

Residents and visitors in Warwick can party like it’s 1617 next month as the town commemorates the 400th anniversary of King James I’s visit. From Friday, November 3 through to Sunday, 5 November 5, there will be a series of activities including...

yesterday, 11:20 in Regional West
 
Wellesbourne ultra-runner sees benefit of running 100 miles in father’s memory

Wellesbourne ultra-runner sees benefit of running 100 miles in father’s memory

A Wellesbourne runner who raised almost £20,000 to fund research into brain tumours after his father died visited a research centre to see how his efforts have helped. Malcolm Boyd’s dad, Arthur, was diagnosed in December 2015 with a grade 4 GBM, one...

yesterday, 11:00 in Regional West
 
Stockton man jailed following arson revenge attack on ex-partner

Stockton man jailed following arson revenge attack on ex-partner

A Stockton man who carried out a revenge attack at his former partner’s home by setting fire to a wheelie bin while she and her young son were asleep inside has been jailed. Luke Dance pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to arson being reckless...

yesterday, 09:44 in Regional West
 
Dominic Raab - why tougher penalties for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

Dominic Raab - why tougher penalties for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

In a split second, someone’s life can be changed forever. It could be when they are Picking their kids up from school, when making their way home from a night out, or, as it did for Miriam Parker, when walking across the road at a pedestrian...

yesterday, 09:10 in Regional West
 
Major Warwick road partially blocked after four-car accident

Major Warwick road partially blocked after four-car accident

A major Warwick road has been partially blocked following an accident. Lane three of the A46 Warwick Bypass southbound at A452 Leamington Road has been blocked and traffic is queuing following an accident involving four cars.

yesterday, 09:10 in Regional West
 
Morrisons launches UK’s ‘hottest’ supermarket curry but it won’t be around long

Morrisons launches UK’s ‘hottest’ supermarket curry but it won’t be around long

When it comes to spicy food, can you handle the heat? If the answer to the question above is ‘yeah, no sweat’, then you’re in luck. Morrisons has just come out with the nation’s hottest supermarket curry. The super spicy dish, titled the ‘Volcanic...

yesterday, 06:54 in Regional West
 
Popular children’s ball toy recalled over safety fears

Popular children’s ball toy recalled over safety fears

A children’s toy has been recalled by Babies ‘R’ Us following fears that it could pose a choking hazard. The Bruin Wiggle Ball - known as the ‘Giggle Ball’ - is studded with distinctive rubber knobs. It has been found that these, and the plastic back,...

yesterday, 06:54 in Regional West
 
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