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New speed limit signs going up in Warwick

New speed limit signs have appearing in Warwick this week.

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From left: Cllr Judy Falp, Jenny Heath and Cllr Tony Heath

Mayor officially opens new £100,000 play equipment in Whitnash park

New play equipment costing £100,000 in a Whitnash park has been officially opened by the town's mayor.

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GV of Warwick Castle.

Glamping to continue at Warwick Castle

The use of the Warwick Castle grounds for glamping will be able to continue despite some opposition.

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Are you making any of these common recycling mistakes?

Pizza boxes, crisp bags and light bulbs: here’s what NOT to recycle

People could save thousands of tons of recyclable materials from going to landfill by avoiding the country’s biggest recycling mistakes, according to an expert.

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A number of residents at Beauchamp Court, Kenilworth, are at the 'end of their tether' over the state of their lawns, which are looked after by Warwick District Council. NNL-171031-210611009

Kenilworth residents blame council contractors over state of lawns

Residents of council-owned sheltered accommodation in Kenilworth are ‘at the end of their tether’ over the state of the grass outside the building.

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Cllr Pat Cain has praised the security measures installed in Kenilworth parks to deter travellers. Left: Bates Memorial Field. Right: St John's Playing Field

Praise for new security measures at Kenilworth parks to stop travellers

New security measures installed at Kenilworth parks to deter travellers from camping have been praised by a district councillor.

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Leamington’s air ‘not fit to breathe’, new report finds

Leamington’s air ‘not fit to breathe’, new report finds

Leamington’s air is not fit for humans to breathe, according to a new report published today (Wednesday October 31).

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Warwick Town Centre GV.

New speed limit in Warwick town centre

Improvements to Warwick town centre are set to begin with the implementation of a new speed limit.

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Paw Patrol soap warning

Alert over Paw Patrol soap after toddler left fighting for life

The makers of a novelty Paw Patrol bath foam have withdrawn it from sale after it apparently exploded leaving a toddler in a critical condition.

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The flooding at the junction of Leyes Lane and Keeling Road

Drains in Leyes Lane cleared after flooding

The drains in a section of Leyes Lane in Kenilworth have been cleared after flooding yesterday (Thursday October 19).

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One of the trees felled by Kenilworth RFC

Dog-walker criticises Kenilworth RFC’s felling of trees near footpath

A Kenilworth dog-walker has criticised the recent felling of trees on land owned by Kenilworth Rugby Club.

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Hill Close Gardens.

Apple Day and Country Fair at historic Warwick gardens this weekend

An annual Apple Day and Country Fair will be returning to historic gardens in Warwick this weekend.

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One of the marked trees on land just off Rouncil Lane

‘Beautiful’ trees in rural Kenilworth given permanent protection from felling

Threatened trees in a rural part of Kenilworth have been given permanent protection from unauthorised felling after fears they could be cut down.

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Photo from Google Street View.

UPDATE: “RSPCA satisfied” with Hatton Country World’s care of sheepdog and puppies

The RSPCA have been said to be “satisfied” with the care that a farm park was providing for sheepdog and her puppies after a picture caused social media backlash.

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Fly-tipped rubbish

Councils join forces to tackle fly-tipping across Warwick district and Rugby borough

Councils have joined forces to tackle the issue of fly-tipping in areas in and around Leamington and Warwick.

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L-R Stephen Woolridge, Philippa Stewart, Jessica Faulkner, Paul Stephen and James Hewetson-Brown from Wild Flower Turf.

Show home garden in Long Itchington wins award

A show home garden in Long Itchington has won an award for its biodiversity.

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Britain's biggest 'fatberg' weighing a massive 130-tonnes and stretching more than n 850 feet has been lurking under the streets of Whitechapel.

Here’s why you shouldn’t put oil down the sink

Britain’s biggest ‘fatberg’ weighing a massive 130-tonnes and stretching more than n 850 feet has been lurking under the streets of Whitechapel.

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Warwick has retained their gold awards at the Heart of England Bloom Awards 2017.

Warwick gets the Gold at Bloom Awards

Warwick has retained its prestigious Gold award in the Heart of England Bloom Awards 2017.

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UPDATE: Power restored to 800 homes in Bishops Itchington

UPDATE: Power restored to 800 homes in Bishops Itchington

More than 800 homes in and around Bishops Itchington have been left without power.

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In review: One year on after charges introduced for recycling bins in Warwick District

A policy which meant residents in the Warwick district had to pay for recycling containers has had a 
“successful” first year.

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