Historic Warwick buildings could be set for a revamp after years of disrepair

Historic buildings in Warwick described as an ‘embarrassment to the town’ could be set for a revamp after years of 
being in disrepair.

Joseph Wright of Derby, Derby 1734 ' Derby 1797, Lake by Moonlight with Castle on Hill''The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Michal Hornstein

Warwick Castle painting resurfaces

A forgotten painting of Warwick Castle has resurfaced in a Canadian Museum.

Daffodil Sunday, 2016.

Popular Warwickshire daffodil Sunday event cancelled

The Daffodil Sunday event at Newnham Paddox has been cancelled after heavy rain caused the ground to become waterlogged.
From left to right: Brother John Maughan, Chris Willasmore, Heid Meyer, Felicity Bostock, Peter Knell and Ben Lambert. Photo by Gill Fletcher.

App links two of Warwick’s iconic buildings

A multi-media guided tour for two of Warwick’s most iconic buildings has been created.

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Strictly stars reveal new tour coming to south Midlands

Tickets have gone on sale for a new show featuring two former Strictly winners.
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Church Street in Warwick. Photo from Google Street View.

Warwick art gallery closes after 10 years in town

An art gallery that has been in Warwick for more than 10 years has now closed.

The Fusilier's Museum Trustees and members of staff, are appealing for help to keep the museum open for future generations. They need to raise funds and look for a possible new venue, to help keep it going.''Pictured: John Price Lt Col (Ret'd) - Chairman of Trustees. NNL-180213-212134009

Appeal for help in securing Warwick museum’s future

The trustees of a military museum in Warwick are appealing for help in keeping the museum alive for future generations.

The home of the Fusiliers Museum. Photo provided by the Fusiliers Museum.

Is historic Fusilier Museum in Warwick set to close?

A volunteer at a military museum in Warwick is appealing for the public help to persuade trustees to keep the museum open.


In pictures: your photos of the Super Blue Blood Moon

An extremely rare lunar event called the “super blue blood Moon” has dazzled astronomers and skywatchers around the world.

When do you put your Christmas decorations up?

When should you put your Christmas tree and decorations up?

For many Christmas loving Brits it’s time to start considering when the Christmas decorations will go up, but when is the correct time to start the festivities?

The annual meeting of the Warwick Court Leet.

Jurors gather for annual meeting of Warwick Court Leet

The members of the historic Warwick Court Leet gathered for the 464th Annual Meeting last month.

Wildlife Rescue Unit Ranger, Sepilok, Sabah, Malaysia, Borneo, South East Asia,

Photojournalist from Leamington scoops prestigious international award

A wildlife photojournalist who grew up in Leamington has been named the winner of one of the highest international photography accolades in the industry.

Adrian King at the rear of Guy's Cliff house. NNL-170919-204548009

Bid to raise £450,000 for restoration project at Warwick’s Guy’s Cliffe

A mammoth fundraising appeal had been launched in the hopes of raising nearly £500,000 to restore one of Warwick’s most historical sites.

BFI National Archive in Berkhamsted

BFI National Archives open up to the public in Berkhamsted

To celebrate Berkhamsted Heritage Open Days, the BFI national film archive will open to the public for one day only on Sunday, September 10.

The average woman wears just five complete outfits on a loop

The average woman wears just five complete outfits on a loop

Emma Elsworthy

Pictured at the Lord Leycester Hospital Brother John Maughan, the Master of Lord Leycester Hospital Heidi Meye, Chairman of Warwick District Council, Councillor Alan Boad and Brother John Wilcock.

More than 40 sites in Warwick District to take part in heritage open days

Several buildings and sites in Warwickshire normally closed to the public will be opening their doors next month for the annual free Heritage Open Days.

Members of Warwick Court Leet taking part in Assizes Day. Photo by Warwick Court Leet.

Warwick Court Leet put food and drink traders to the test in historic tradition

Members of Warwick Court Leet recently put local food and drink traders to the test during their annual Assizes Day.

The Kineton Freedom Parade saw around 80 troops marching through Warwick on Saturday.'MHLC-22-07-27-KinetonFreedomParade NNL-170722-213503009

Nearly 100 troops march through Warwick for Freedom Parade

Nearly 100 troops marched through Warwick at the weekend to a celebrate a military station’s 75th anniversary.

Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Most of us can’t tell what’s wrong with a faked picture - underlining the threat to democracy by the spread of made up propaganda, a study shows.

Warwick Castle.

Why is Warwick is called Warwick?

Many of you live, work and visit Warwick and some of you have spent most of your life in the town - but do you know why Warwick is called Warwick?

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