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Kenilworth teenager Abi stars in F1 in Schools victory

A talented Kenilworth teenager is in pole position after her team won the national championships of a Formula One competition. Abi Hirons is a member of Academy Racing, a four-strong team heading to the F1 in Schools world championships in Malaysia after

yesterday, 16:49 in Regional West
 

First names confirmed for Kenilworth Arts Festival line-up

An international best-selling author, multi-award winning pianist and a host of critically acclaimed musicians and writers are among the first names confirmed to appear at this year’s Kenilworth Arts Festival. Last year’s celebration of the creative arts

yesterday, 13:38 in Regional West
 

New affordable housing development in Leamington officially opened

A new affordable housing development in Leamington has officially opened. The new development, which is called Union Park, is a £29 million development of 147 affordable family homes on the former Soans’ motor dealership site in Sydenham. Chris White, MP

yesterday, 12:38 in Regional West
 

Plans for Warwick school’s relocation given go ahead

Plans to relocate King’s High School out of the centre of Warwick have been given the green light. And £50,000 has been put aside to deal with any traffic problems this might cause. The Warwick Independent Schools Foundation want to move the school from

yesterday, 11:56 in Regional West
 

Warwick couple marking Undiagnosed Children’s Day for their son

A couple from Warwick are marking Undiagnosed Children’s Day today (Friday). James and Laura Maclellan, who live in Hathaway Drive, which is in Woodloes, are marking the day for their son Ethan. Ethan, who is now two-and-a-half years old, was found to ha

yesterday, 09:06 in Regional West
 

Leamington residents warned to be vigilant after break-ins

Police are reminding residents to be vigilant after several break-ins at homes in Leamington. In the last week there have been three break-ins reported. The first break-in (Incident number 13 of April 25) happened at around 3am on Tuesday morning. The in

yesterday, 09:06 in Regional West
 

Warwick Hospital’s maternity care unit still ‘requires improvement’ according to care commission

Warwick Hospital’s maternity department still ‘requires improvement’ along with its medical care, according to an update into a Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection. The department has been expanded to accommodate up to 200 births a year that would h

yesterday, 09:06 in Regional West
 

‘Retiring after 70 years? I’m only 89!’ Leamington woman could be UK’s longest serving employee

Accountant Monica Evans could be UK’s longest serving employee after clocking up seven decades with the same family firm – and she’s still balancing the books. Retiring is not an adjective often used to describe the 89-year-old, who is about to celebrate

Thursday, 14:55 in Regional West
 

Head teacher appointed for new primary school in Warwick

A head teacher has now been appointed for the new primary school opening in Warwick later this year. Construction on Heathcote Primary School, which is being built on Harbury Lane, started in October 2016 and is on track to be completed for the start of

Thursday, 14:55 in Regional West
 

Appeal for witnesses after pedestrian hit by vehicle in Leamington

Police are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle in Leamington. The collision happened between a pedestrian and an unknown vehicle on Tuesday at around 2.15pm in Tachbrook Park Drive. The pedestrian was taken to hospital by ambu

Thursday, 14:38 in Regional West
 

Competition win for surgeon training at Warwick Hospital

A video made by a surgeon training at Warwick Hospital highlighting the importance of informed patient consent has won a national competition. The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh’s (RCSE) Annual Communication Skills Competition sees medical studen

Thursday, 12:40 in Regional West
 

Warwick sea scouts join St George’s Day parade

A scout group in Warwick joined other groups from the town to celebrate St George’s Day last weekend. Around 70 members of the 2nd Warwick Sea Scouts joined five other scout groups from around the town for a St George’s Day parade. The other groups inclu

Thursday, 10:29 in Regional West
 

McDonald’s will roll out its new UK home delivery service this summer

Hold onto your hats fast food lovers - you will soon to be able to have your Big Mac and McFlurry delivered straight to your front door. McDonald’s has confirmed it will begin a trial delivery service in June using an external provider, which could inclu

Wednesday, 15:48 in Regional West
 

Leamington pub will be reopened and renamed Old Library after renovation

Leamington pub The Jug & Jester will reopen under the new name The Old Library on Monday May 22 with new members being added to its current staff. Independent operator Stonegate Pub Company has today (Wednesday) confirmed it has completed the...

Wednesday, 13:25 in Regional West
 

Woman suffers serious injuries in crash near Burton Dassett hills

A woman has been taken to a major trauma centre after a car left a road and struck a tree. The incident happened at about 7.15pm on Tuesday evening on Burton Hills Road, Burton Dassett, near to The White House. An ambulance and a paramedic area support o

Wednesday, 12:13 in Regional West
 
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