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  1. Kenilworth bowling club says a trophy donated by an English lord has been missing for 20 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Chicago Tribune

    ... , states that Siddeley, who was born in 1866 and died in 1953, was created First Baron Kenilworth of Kenilworth, England, in June 1937, putting the date of his donation to the American Kenilworth's bowling league sometime after that. "It was big and ...

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  2. Police called after alleged assault during Kenilworth tree felling protestRead the original story

    Monday May 21 | Kenilworth Weekly News

    Police were called after an alleged assault at a protest over tree felling in a rural part of Kenilworth this morning . Protestors, including Ben and Joshua Tebby, the sons of Ray Tebby who owns Rouncil Farm, were on site when they saw contractors had turned up to start felling trees at land off Rouncil Lane between Rouncil Farm and Roundshill Farm.

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  3. Warning signs put up about Kenilworth tree felling a day too lateRead the original story

    May 18, 2018 | Warwick Courier

    Warning signs have been put up about tree felling in a rural part of Kenilworth - a day after the work started. Trees on land off the north side of Rouncil Lane between Rouncil Farm to Roundshill Farm were felled yesterday morning , without any notice to nearby residents and walkers on the public footpath next to the site.

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  4. 'No evidence' of wildlife crime where Kenilworth trees felled yesterdayRead the original story

    May 18, 2018 | Warwick Courier

    A police officer who visited the site of extensive tree felling in Kenilworth yesterday found 'no evidence' of any wildlife crime. The officer visited the site on the north side of Rouncil Lane between Rouncil Farm to Roundshill Farm where several trees were felled yesterday morning after concerns about nesting birds were raised.

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  5. Fury as formerly protected Kenilworth trees suddenly felledRead the original story

    May 17, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    From left: Cllr Sue Gallagher, Joshua Tebby , and Cllr Alan Cockburn Several trees in a rural part of Kenilworth on land rented by a county councillor have been felled this morning , to the fury of nearby residents. Leaseholder of the land Cllr Alan Cockburn had a heated exchange with a nearby resident and a Warwick district councillor opposed to the felling at lunchtime today.

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  6. Finish line of elite cycle race coming to Warwickshire revealedRead the original story

    May 15, 2018 | Warwick Courier

    Stage Three of the OVO Women's Tour will end on Newbold Terrace in Leamington after the world's best female cyclists power through Warwickshire's roads along a 93-mile route. A special event zone is also being created at the finish line on Friday June 15 and there will be attractions in Jephson Gardens to entertain visitors.

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  7. New road safety improvements to schools in Warwick district revealedRead the original story

    May 14, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    In a document seen by the Leamington Courier, 12 schools have been selected for the 'Safer Routes to School' programme in 2018/19 and 2019/20 by Warwickshire County Council after local councillors put in requests for improvements. These include things like new crossings and improving the parking near certain schools - although the improvements are just provisional at the moment and full details have yet to be revealed.

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  8. Concerns for wildlife as HS2 workers cut down trees and hedges near KenilworthRead the original story

    May 11, 2018 | Kenilworth Weekly News

    Residents living near where the HS2 line near Kenilworth will be built have expressed concern for wildlife as workers cut down trees and hedges in preparation for its construction. The area, known as the 'Crackley Gap' near Crackley Lane and Coventry Road, is set to be heavily altered as a result of the line's construction.

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  9. Concerns for wildlife as HS2 workers cut down trees and hedges near KenilworthRead the original story

    May 11, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    Residents living near where the HS2 line near Kenilworth will be built have expressed concern for wildlife as workers cut down trees and hedges in preparation for its construction. The area, known as the 'Crackley Gap' near Crackley Lane and Coventry Road, is set to be heavily altered as a result of the line's construction.

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  10. This week's magistrates' court list of offenders from Leamington and its surrounding area.Read the original story

    May 11, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    Dominic Richard Duxbury, 43, of Tachbrook Road, Leamington, was jailed for eight weeks and ordered to pay A 115 costs for theft and for carrying an article for use in the course of, or in connection with, theft. Richard Helstrip, 32, of Ashton Court, Leamington, was jailed for eight weeks suspended for 12 months and ordered to pay A 100 compensation and A 250 costs for assault.

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  11. Green Party co-leader encourages Kenilworth residents to use new railway stationRead the original story

    May 10, 2018 | Kenilworth Weekly News

    Caroline Lucas MP outside Kenilworth Station with Green Party members. From left: Christophe Locatelli, a Green Party member of Warwick University, Cllr Jonathan Chilvers, Alix Dearing, John Dearing, Caroline Lucas MP, Pippa Austin, James Kennedy, and George Martin.

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  12. Play equipment at Kenilworth parks almost readyRead the original story

    May 9, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    New play equipment at Bates Memorial Park. From left: Jonathan Huxley , Cllr Moira-Ann Granger, Kenilworth mayor Cllr Kate Dickson, Cllr John Cooke and Cllr Pat Cain The play areas at Ebourne Recreation Ground off Ebourne Close, also known as the Black Pad, and Bates Memorial Park off Hermitage Way had been fenced off for two school holidays in a row.

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  13. Weekend burglaries reported in KenilworthRead the original story

    May 8, 2018 | Warwick Courier

    The first incident took place between Friday May 4 and Saturday May 5. Offenders attempted to force entry into a home in Penryhn Close via the rear patio doors, but were unsuccessful. The crime reference is 23/17500/18.

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  14. Two Castles Run between Warwick and Kenilworth just over a month awayRead the original story

    May 4, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    Some of the Blythe Liggins team in training for the Two Castles in June. From left: Arvi Samra, Lois Harrison, Paul England and Claire Kirwan.

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  15. Strong winds spread grass fire in KenilworthRead the original story

    May 2, 2018 | Kenilworth Weekly News

    Three fire crews were called out to a grass fire in Kenilworth which put sheds and a house at risk because of strong winds. The fire was spreading fast because of the strong winds and nearby sheds and a house were under threat from the fire.

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  16. Concerns over unsafe parking near Castle Farm in Kenilworth for football matchesRead the original story

    Apr 30, 2018 | Warwick Courier

    Residents living near Castle Farm Recreation Centre in Kenilworth have raised concerns over inconsiderate parking when football matches have been on recently. Many vehicles have parked on double yellow lines and on grass verges near the centre, raising fears among residents that a serious accident could happen.

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  17. Concerns over unsafe parking near Castle Farm in Kenilworth for football matchesRead the original story

    Apr 30, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    Residents living near Castle Farm Recreation Centre in Kenilworth have raised concerns over inconsiderate parking when football matches have been on recently. Many vehicles have parked on double yellow lines and on grass verges near the centre, raising fears among residents that a serious accident could happen.

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  18. First train to roll into Kenilworth since the 1960s on MondayRead the original story

    Apr 27, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    Kenilworth Station will be open for business on Monday morning when the first train rolls into the town since the mid-1960s at 6.16am. And reporter Sam Jackson from the Kenilworth Weekly News and its siste r Leamington and Warwick Courier titles will be there to cover the historic event.

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  19. Huge numbers of meals on way to starving families thanks to Leamington and Kenilworth Rotary clubsRead the original story

    Apr 27, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    Tens of thousands of meals have been donated and packed in just one day to help starving families thanks to the efforts of Rotary club in Leamington and Kenilworth. More than 300 volunteers came together at King Henry VIII School in Warwick Road, Coventry, to pack 50,112 meals for the Tackling Hunger project.

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  20. FEATURE: 'How HS2 has affected my life for the last seven years'Read the original story

    Apr 27, 2018 | Leamington Spa Courier

    The start of construction work for HS2 is less than a year away, and a Kenilworth woman has described the difficulty of knowing the line will pass right by her home. Vikie Shanks, who lives just 150 yards from where the high-speed line will be in Crackley Lane in Kenilworth, has had her life affected by the government project for at least seven years.

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