News in Kenilworth

Andy Lock, General Manager

It seems like we've been holding our breath for the last six weeks to see if Warwickshire will come out of lockdown restrictions that see many people facing a festive period at home.

Many of our county's businesses, shops, restaurants and pubs have opened, closed, opened and closed more times than they care to remember this year, and doors remain closed for the foreseeable.

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One month since its inception, the People's Inquiry panel is making good progress in its quest to tackle this issues surrounding climate change in Warwick District.

Since 12 November, a panel of 30 residents, reflecting the district's population in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, deprivation, geography and attitude to climate change, have been meeting weekly, to discuss the question of; "What do we need to do in Warwick District to help address climate change by 2030?"

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Connor Ratcliffe, Connor Copsey and Jake Lewis Simmons

A man has been convicted of assaulting another man in Kenilworth.

Connor Ratcliffe (pictured left), 25, of Water Tower Lane, Kenilworth was involved in a drunken disturbance with two other men in June next to the brook near Lawrence Gardens, Kenilworth.

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CJ Events directors Carol Young and Jamie Walker

THREE local businesses that rose to the challenges of the pandemic have been recognised with a new special award.

The first COVID-Resilience Leamington Business Awards, organised by Talk Business UK, were held as part of a virtual ceremony hosted by local DJ Kirsty Leahy from Noisegate Media Studio in Leamington on Friday night.

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