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Warwickshire County Council Leader Cllr Izzi Seccombe has announced that the Warwickshire Local Welfare Scheme which has already provided over £450,000 of support to families through the Covid period, will continue to support the most vulnerable residents in Kenilworth and the rest of the county.

The Local Welfare Scheme has been in place in Warwickshire for many years and it is through this scheme that children who rely on free school meals will continue to receive financial support through the school holidays.

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Kenilworth Lions PSA prostate cancer testing day at the United Reform Church in Abbey Hill last year

After the success of its PSA prostate cancer testing day at the United Reform Church in Abbey Hill last year, Kenilworth Lions had planned to repeat the scheme in 2020. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic this has not proved to be possible.

Instead, Kenilworth Lions have teamed up with the Graham Fulford Trust again to offer home testing kits to any male over 40 living in Kenilworth, Leek Wootton and Ashow.

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Kenilworth sporting stars are in with a chance of the limelight as Warwick District Council starts its hunt for local runners, footballers, and athletes to feature in a billboard campaign for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

The 'Hometown Heroes' campaign aims to shine a light on people from the West Midlands region who have dedicated their lives to grassroots sport. The council is hoping that representatives from the district, will be amongst the faces chosen.

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Kenilworth Nub News are proud to announce today that they are bringing Kenilworth's Most Famous couple on board, to bring readers the latest news, and goings on in the arts and culture scene of Warwickshire.

Residents of the town will have been hard-pressed not to have heard of Neil and Gayle Bradley. Musicians, activists, hosts of 'Brunch with the Bradleys' on Radio Abbey going live from The Kenilworth Centre, founding members of Coventry Arts Collective, and leaders in the local arts scene; the moniker 'Kenilworth's Most Famous Couple' is well deserved.

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With many public firework displays set to be cancelled this year due to Covid-19, and the likelihood that more people will host private displays in their back gardens, Dogs Trust Kenilworth is issuing top tips to owners to help their dogs cope with these potentially distressing events.

Dogs Trust Kenilworth is urging all dog owners to take preventative measures to prepare their dogs for fireworks and has advice and support for dog owners to help keep their dog as stress-free as possible.

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Kenilworth residents have today (Thursday, October 22) been offered the slightly unusual chance to name one of Warwickshire County Council's five new gritters.

The council's gritting fleet recently gained five new low-emission models in line with Warwickshire County Council's commitment to reducing its carbon footprint. They will be put into service this winter to maintain roads across Warwickshire.

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