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Campaign launched to help Smith Street in Warwick thrive

A Warwick café with the help of neighbouring traders has launched a campaign to increase awareness of the diverse range of independent businesses operating on Smith Street.

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From left: Graham Hedley, chief executive of Warwick District Council Chris Elliott, and Bill Wareing of Wareing & Company Property Consultants.

Leamington hotel to extend into disused building and open new restaurant

A hotel in the centre of Leamington will be extending into a neighbouring disused building and will open a new restaurant.

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From left: Judy Brook and Tamsin Rosewell of Kenilworth Books preparing for the party

Kenilworth bookshop enjoys 50th birthday celebrations

Staff and customers of a Kenilworth bookshop enjoyed celebrating its 50th birthday this week.

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Head in the Royal Priors shopping centre, Leamington.

Head record store in Leamington will re-open in June

Head record store in Leamington is set to re-open under new ownership at the start of June.

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Head in Leamington closed in January but is now set to re-open under new management.

Head record store in Leamington set to re-open under new management

Head record store in Leamington is set to re-open with the same name and under new management.

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Deliveroo reveals most popular dish ordered in Leamington

Food delivery service ‘Deliveroo’ has revealed the most popular dish delivered in Leamington.

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Work on Europa Way will start on Monday and could last a year

Major work on Europa Way to start next week

A 500-space park and ride and a new dual carriageway are among the programme of works scheduled for Europa Way.

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A review into why Kenilworth Station was delayed will be chaired by an independent party

Review into Kenilworth Station delays to be chaired by independent party

The review into the delays to Kenilworth Station’s opening will be chaired by an independent party, Warwickshire County Council’s leader has announced.
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Judy Brook, the current owner of Kenilworth Books

Kenilworth bookshop celebrating 50th birthday

A Kenilworth bookshop will be celebrating 50 years in the town next week - and is inviting customers to join in.

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Ryanair has just made it harder for passengers to check in - unless you pay for your seat

Customers flying with Ryanair will find it harder to check-in for their flights this summer - unless they pay for their seat.

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Riders crossing last year's finish line on the Parade in Leamington last year

Finish line of elite cycle race coming to Warwickshire revealed

The finish line of an elite cycle race coming to Warwickshire in June has been revealed by organisers.
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The Worthies will be held on Thursday May 24

The Worthies 2018 just over a week away

The Worthies, Kenilworth’s unique awards ceremony celebrating the people and businesses in the town, are just over a week away.

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Certain schools are set to have safety improvements in the next two years

New road safety improvements to schools in Warwick district revealed

Provisional road safety improvements for certain schools in Warwick district over the next two years have been revealed.
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Trees and hedges have been chopped down by HS2. Photo: Andrea Ball

Concerns for wildlife as HS2 workers cut down trees and hedges near Kenilworth

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.
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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.

Green Party co-leader encourages Kenilworth residents to use new railway station

The co-leader of the Green Party has encouraged Kenilworth residents to use the newly-opened railway station during a visit this afternoon (Thursday April 10).
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Graham Hyde (left) and Richard Hicks (right) founded A Station for Kenilworth in 2004, and are very pleased with how the service has been going

Passengers embracing newly-opened Kenilworth Station

Kenilworth’s new railway station is being well-used by residents and visitors after being open for just over a week.
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Artist impression of the Myton Green site.

Work set to start on major housing development in Warwick

The first phase of major infrastructure works for a major housing development in Warwick is due to start.

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Dough and Brew in Warwick.

Award finals for popular Warwick restaurant

A family-run restaurant in Warwick continues to be recognised for its food.

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The B&M store at Junction One retail park in Rugby. Photo from Google Street View.

Plans for B&M in Warwick withdrawn

Plans that would have seen a B&M store in Warwick have been withdrawn.

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Peter Healey and his Wife who own Greenleaf Nursery, Banbury Road, Southam, face having to move both their business and home where they  have been for over 20 years. The proposed HS2 line, will run straight through the site. NNL-180105-222716009

Southam family will lose home and business when HS2 is built

Continuing our ongoing coverage of the impact of the high-speed railway project HS2 on residents and businesses, our reporter Kirstie Smith speaks with Peter Healey, owner of Greenleaf Nursery near Southam. When the HS2 project starts being built, Peter and his family will be turfed off the land forcing them to move not just their business but also their family home.

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