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Trees of Light: help Myton Hospices by giving to Leamington Rotary Club's campaign

Donations to this year’s Royal Leamington Spa Rotary Club’s Trees of Light campaign can help terminally ill people spend their final days in as much comfort as possible. Emma Wren and her family spent ten days at the Warwick Myton Hospice before she...

yesterday, 16:54 in Regional West
 

Festive cheer and beer at Kenilworth's The Old Bakery

Enjoy beer and carols at The Old Bakery in Kenilworth this weekend. Acclaimed Kenilworth artist and musician Keith Ayling, also known for his recent TEDx talk returns to get Kenilworth singing by hosting the third Beer and Carols at The Old Bakery on...

yesterday, 15:35 in Regional West
 

Warwickshire pub sale blamed on social media harassment

The owners of a renowned foodie haven in Warwickshire have placed their pub on the market – claiming they have been the targets of a hostile social media campaign. Jacqueline Harding and Steve Allely bought the Grade II listed Fox and Hounds back in...

yesterday, 15:09 in Regional West
 

Woman walks away from Leamington crash despite airbags not deploying

A woman was able to walk away from a Leamington car crash unscathed yesterday (Monday) despite the airbags in her car not deploying. The collision happened at the junction between Queensway and Kingsway at around 2.25pm. West Midlands Ambulance...

yesterday, 14:01 in Regional West
 

Kenilworth café holding party for those on their own this Christmas

A Kenilworth cafe is inviting people who will be alone on Christmas Day to join them at its Christmas party this year. Alexa Lauren Patisserie in High Street has been welcoming people who have nowhere else to go on Christmas Day to their parties since...

yesterday, 12:57 in Regional West
 

Warwick and Leamington reporter ‘continues dad’s legacy’ with year of challenges

Courier and Weekly News reporter Kirstie Smith has just completed a year of challenges in memory of her dad, Malcolm. In her own words, she reflects back on an amazing 12 months in which she raised more than £5,000 for Bowel Cancer UK. Over the last...

yesterday, 11:20 in Regional West
 

Warwickshire Police will not share resources with West Mercia Police in next budget ahead of alliance split

Warwickshire Police will pay for all of its own resources and will not share anything with its alliance partner West Mercia Police ahead of the forces' split next year. The two forces, which currently have a joint budget for their resources, will...

Monday, 17:59 in Regional West
 

Wasps RFC close to finalising application for Leamington training centre

Wasps are finalising a planning application to Warwick District Council to build a centre of excellence for rugby on the outskirts of Leamington. Earlier this year the Club revealed their vision to build a new training ground at the home of Old...

Monday, 17:25 in Regional West
 

Council and residents mark opening of new affordable homes scheme in Leamington

The first phase of a new housing development in Leamington has been officially opened. Last month saw the official opening of phase-one of the Station Approach redevelopment scheme, which also provides affordable housing. Working in close partnership...

Monday, 17:25 in Regional West
 

Missing person: Five years on and Leamington man’s loved ones put out heartfelt appeal

A missing Leamington man’s family have sent him a heartfelt birthday message to appeal for his safe return five years after they last saw him. Sanjiv Kundi was last seen in Leamington on September 25 2013 before he travelled to Paris via Eurostar and...

Monday, 17:09 in Regional West
 

Cubbington vets save fox after it collapsed in Stoneleigh Park

A poorly fox with pneumonia who was found collapsed at Stoneleigh Park is now back in the wild after being successfully treated by vets in Cubbington. The badly-dehydrated fox was taken to Avonvale Veterinary Centre’s Cubbington practice by a...

Monday, 16:22 in Regional West
 

Criminal damage victim in Kenilworth blames vandalism on street lights being turned off

A victim of criminal damage in Kenilworth said his car may not have been vandalised if Warwickshire County Council turned his street's lights on at night. Nick Bull, who lives on Station Road, parks his car outside his home every night on the street....

Monday, 13:17 in Regional West
 

When waste and recycling collections in the Warwick district will be collected over Christmas

Waste and recycling collections across the Warwick district will be changing over the Christmas period. A new timetable has been released detailing when the collections will take place. There will be no collections on Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New...

Monday, 12:03 in Regional West
 

Crowds gather to remember loved ones at Warwick dedication service

Around 200 Warwick residents gathered to celebrate and remember their loved ones at a dedication service at the weekend. On Sunday Warwick Mayor Richard Eddy and Warwick Rotary Club President David Smith welcomed the residents to the service in Market...

Monday, 11:19 in Regional West
 

Smartphone app aimed at bringing Spa*kle to shopping in Leamington over Christmas

A new smartphone app has gone live in Leamington to encourage the town to support local retailers over Christmas with the chance to be rewarded with a bumper shopping spree. The Leam Spa*kle app has been launched by BID Leamington with the support of...

Monday, 11:10 in Regional West
 
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