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Kenilworth's Mayor Richard Dickson will now be reaching out to the people of the town through his monthly column with Nub News. His first piece focuses on his time as Mayor so far, and adjusting to our 'new normal.'

It is now just 100 days since Councillors elected me to serve the people of the town as Mayor of Kenilworth until May 2021.

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Abbey Fields is one of the parks on the council's list

Organised fitness groups may find themselves having to cough up if they continue using some of Warwick District Council's parks for their sessions.

Councillors look set to agree the introduction of exercise permits which could cost up to £125 each month with park rangers having the authority to take action if organisers don't have the correct paperwork.

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A joint statement from all five district and borough councils in Warwickshire has been released today, proposing a survey of local residents and organisations in Warwickshire of their view on proposed reforms to local government.

Yesterday Kenilworth Nub News reported the findings of a report from Warwickshire County Council which is to be discussed at an extraordinary cabinet meeting this Thursday.

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Kenilworth Town Council have announced that it is extending the application period for their invitations to tender.[H2]

The council announced on August 11 that they would be offering three different opportunities under their 'Kenilworth is Open for Business' campaign, for local consultancy services.

The original deadline for applications had been Monday August 31, this has now been extended to 5pm on Monday 14 September.

[H2]What are the opportunities?

The first opportunity invites quotations "for the provision of consultancy services to support local businesses in developing their web and social media presence."

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