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Warning to Kenilworth parents after girl approached by man in car

Warning to Kenilworth parents after girl approached by man in car

Parents in Kenilworth are being warned after a girl was approached by a man in a car while she walked home from school. The girl, from St John's Primary School, was approached by a man in a white BMW at around 3.30pm on Tuesday December 12 on Dudley...

today, 13:43 in Regional West
 
Whitnash vet launches appeal to help feed dogs and cats over Christmas

Whitnash vet launches appeal to help feed dogs and cats over Christmas

A veterinary practice in Whitnash has launched its annual Christmas pet food appeal to help feed dogs and cats over the festive period. Heathcote Veterinary Centre, based in Heathcote Road in Whitnash, is asking people to donate dog and cat food which...

today, 13:43 in Regional West
 
Police appeal for witnesses after armed robbery at Tesco in Lillington

Police appeal for witnesses after armed robbery at Tesco in Lillington

Armed robbers carrying knives threatened staff at the Tesco Express in Lillington last night (Tuesday). Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident which took place at the store in Crown Way between 11.20pm and 11.30pm. Four men are believed to...

today, 12:46 in Regional West
 
Warwickshire getting ready for electric vehicle future

Warwickshire getting ready for electric vehicle future

Warwickshire is getting ready for a greener future with a new plan to make the county electric vehicle friendly. Warwickshire County Council unanimously agreed to implement an ‘electric vehicle charging strategy’ to enable everyone to use electric...

today, 12:46 in Regional West
 
Appeal for information after attempted theft in Leamington

Appeal for information after attempted theft in Leamington

Police are appealing for information following an attempted theft from a vehicle in Leamington. The incident happened between 11.55pm and midnight on Friday December 1 in Camberwell Terrace. The vehicle, which was a Ford Fiesta, was parked in a car...

today, 12:46 in Regional West
 
Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid EARLY - these are the dates you can expect them

Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid EARLY - these are the dates you can expect them

Christmas can usually be a difficult time financially but it’s especially tough if you’re relying on benefits. With all the stress of buying presents and getting the Christmas dinner sorted it’s important to know when your benefits will be landing in...

today, 12:09 in Regional West
 
Elderly sex offender was caught attempting to meet child in Leamington

Elderly sex offender was caught attempting to meet child in Leamington

A south Warwickshire man who was already on the sex offenders’ register for indecent assaults on a young girl offered to pay a 14-year-old schoolgirl to meet him for sex. In fact the girl did not exist – and when Anthony Johnson turned up at...

today, 11:27 in Regional West
 
Kenilworth dog comes to the rescue after biting would-be burglar

Kenilworth dog comes to the rescue after biting would-be burglar

A loyal Kenilworth dog came to the rescue of its owners after it sunk its teeth into a burglar who was trying to break into the family home. The burglar tried to break into the house on Guy Road on Thursday December 7 between 2.45 and 4.45pm. When he...

today, 11:11 in Regional West
 
Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

Slimming World has made major changes to its diet plan with some popular ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’. Previously Mug Shots and Batchelors Pasta ‘n’ Sauce packet meals were counted as free foods but now dieters will have to count the popular...

today, 11:02 in Regional West
 
Can you get sued for clearing snow and ice from your paths and driveways? Expert advice

Can you get sued for clearing snow and ice from your paths and driveways? Expert advice

Despite snow falling on most of the region, many residents are still nervous about clearing it for fear of getting punished. But, clearing snow and ice from your drive and the pavement outside your home can actually help prevent slips and falls. And...

today, 10:06 in Regional West
 
Myton Hospices’ Santa Dash rescheduled to take place in Warwick

Myton Hospices’ Santa Dash rescheduled to take place in Warwick

After being forced to cancel last week’s event The Myton Hospices have now announced another date for their annual Santa Dash. On Sunday hundreds of people dressed as Santa were due to run the Myton Hospices’ Santa Dash event in Leamington. The 5k...

today, 09:47 in Regional West
 
Warwick Lions Club and volunteers create food parcels for those in need

Warwick Lions Club and volunteers create food parcels for those in need

Members from the Warwick Lions Club along with volunteers put together around 200 Christmas food parcels for those in need in the Warwick District last weekend. The Lions club have been holding their annual Christmas parcel collection for more than 40...

today, 09:47 in Regional West
 

VIDEO: Shooting stars due to provide one of most dazzling displays ever this week

Night-time sky-watchers willing to brave the cold can look forward to a spectacular display of shooting stars later this week. The Geminid meteor shower, which returns every December, is predicted to be one of the most dazzling ever. An almost absent...

yesterday, 16:44 in Regional West
 
Police appeal for help to locate Stratford man wanted on recall to prison who has links to Leamington

Police appeal for help to locate Stratford man wanted on recall to prison who has links to Leamington

Warwickshire Police is re-appealing to the local community and surrounding public in Warwickshire, Cirencester, Gloucester, Bristol, Oxfordshire and West Mercia for help to locate a man who is wanted on prison recall. Michael Grantham, 38 years-old,...

yesterday, 15:46 in Regional West
 
Kenilworth teacher aiming to raise £2,000 for children's charity by running first ever marathon

Kenilworth teacher aiming to raise £2,000 for children's charity by running first ever marathon

A teacher from Kenilworth is aiming to raise £2,000 for a children's charity by running a marathon for the first time in London next year. Mel Twigger, 45, of Bertie Road, only took up running two years ago. But she was inspired to apply to run the...

yesterday, 14:45 in Regional West
 
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