Tuesday, 30 November 2010

The Kenilworth Community Forum meets 6 Dec 2010

The meeting will be held at the Youth and Community Centre, Abbey End, Kenilworth CV8 1QJ with Police surgery 6.30pm, Community Forum starts at 7pm.

The Community Forums give YOU the opportunity to raise issues of local concern and keep up to date with what is happening in YOUR community like Sustaining our Youth and Community Centre - planning for the future in the face of budget cuts and Premiere of ‘Major Effects – It’s all about ME’, a film funded by the Forum about the
risks of driving.


Friday, 26 November 2010

Kenilworth School Newsletter 26 November 2010

Read the FULL NEWSLETTER  We are in the process of reviewing our catering arrangements and as part of this review we have engaged a firm of catering consultants to undertake a needs analysis with regard to catering. In the next few weeks, the firm of consultants will carry out surveys and discussions with key stakeholders on their views of our catering. At present, we employ a catering company to provide our school meals and we work closely with them to ensure that they offer a wide range of meals to ensure that they comply with national nutritional standards. With our emphasis on sustainability, we are always looking at how we can increase the consumption of locally grown produce.

Friday, 19 November 2010

Kenilworth Community Diary by Mid Warks Info

Mid Warks Info (Dr PatS) compiles an extensive Kenilworth Community Information website of interest to residents and visitors at www.midwarks.info

For example, Dalehouse Lane will be closed on 29 Nov to 1 Dec 2010 with Common Lane inaccessible as a diversion.

Kenilworth School Newsletter 19 November 2010

Here is the Kenilworth School Newletter for 19th Nov - quite packed this week with many dates, competitions awards and information.  Remember, paper copies are only sent to those parents who have not provided the school with an email address. That's saving 10,000 sheets of A4 paper a week.

We held our Sixth Form Open Evening this week and I would like to thank everybody who contributed to making it such a success. It was inspiring to hear our students talk so confidently and sincerely about their experiences of study at Castle. I am always impressed by our students’ level of independence, maturity and confidence. It was also good to see so many prospective students at the event including many from outside of Kenilworth. Talking to some of our sixth formers, they invariably comment on the breadth of opportunities that they have at Castle and the good relationships that exist between staff and students. They also appreciate that, although the sixth form is an integral part of Kenilworth School, the sixth form site is separated from the main school building, and this enables the students to develop quickly a sense of responsibility and independence.

Wednesday, 17 November 2010

The Skate Park at Castle Farm - Have Your Say

Local councils want to hear what you about some changes we would like to make to the skate park, and the creation of new cycling facilities at Castle Farm Recreation Centre

Come and find out about the proposals on SATURDAY 27TH NOVEMBER between 9am and 12.3Opm at Castle Farm Recreation Centre, fishponds Road, Kenilworth CV8 IEY. All ages Welcome

Monday, 15 November 2010

New Car Park in Talisman Square - You decide, see the facts here

The Kenilworth Weekly News front page story this week was New plans for town car park. But where are the facts to help the Kenilworth people decide?In this internet age, we all expect website links, plans and interaction, don't we? So, here is what you need - see the full Planning Application W/10/1364, from that page at Warwick DC there are some plans, like the to the left which is called the PROPOSED TEMPORARY CAR PARKKenilworth Books have already added their own online consultation response in favour of the scheme - do you agree?  Does Kenilworth need 34 extra car parking spaces? See this website's article New Look Talisman Square posted here in May 2010 giving some background to Discovery Properties/Cobalt Estates.

Thursday, 11 November 2010

Kenilworth School Newsletter 12 Nov 2010

We celebrated our pupils’ achievements at our Awards Evening on Wednesday of this week. It was a pleasure to celebrate the successes of our pupils and to watch the excellent student presentations and performances on the night.

Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Solutions Squared in Castle Hill

Solutions Squared, 3 The Stables
50 Castle Hill, CV8 1NB
01926 850084 ‎
solutions-squared.com
Every Business has it's own page - so if you know something about this one email wiK

Friday, 5 November 2010

Beef in Warwick Road

Beef
11 Warwick Road  CV8 1HD
01926 863311 or Email
See the Menus
Beef Twitter Account Just setting up all our contact details for Beef Restaurant in Kenilworth - all hooves on deck for December opening...watch this space!
Eat The Midlands Article
Read the article from
The Birmingham Post
Website coming soon


Andreas Antona, the owner of Simpsons in Birmingham, is to open a second restaurant specialising in steaks.

The succinctly named Beef will be in Kenilworth, home of the original Simpsons before the Michelin-starred restaurant relocated to Edgbaston.

Beef is set to become a destination spot for dedicated carnivores, serving top quality meat from Scotland as well as delicious steaks from across the world. Diners will be able to select from a rotating menu of Highland cattle, United States prime beef, Australian Wagyu, Japanese Kobe and top breeds from Argentina.

Kenilworth School Newsletter 5 Nov 2010

Read this week's Kenilworth School Newsletter. From next week there will be no paper newsletters going out to any parents in Year 7, so it's digital only - that may mean the whole school, but waiting to find that out from the school.

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Ardens in Talisman Square

Ardens Cafe and Shop
17 Talisman Square
CV8 1JB
02476 422422
Opening Hours
Mon - Fri 7.30 - 5.00pm
Sat 7:30 - 6.00pm
Sun 9.30 - 5.30pm
ardens@arden-foods.co.uk

Deli Cafe with a wide range of UK and Continental biscuit and bakery products. Coffee, Teas and cold drinks with a wide range of pastries, sandwiches and snacks. There is free Wifi at Ardens.

The Orangery Flower Shop in Talisman Square

The Orangery Flower Shop
19 Talisman Square
CV8 1JB
01926 859712
theorangeryflowershop@gmail.com
Mon to Fri 9-6pm
Sat 9-5pm, Sun Closed
www.theorangeryflowershop.com
 This shop also stocks the PTMD Collection as a Style Partner, see www.ptmduk.com


The Orangery now have their own website at:  www.theorangeryflowershop.com as it will provide a welcome expansion for their business after growing out of this page. Their website was designed by TMDP (www.themikedownespage.com)

After spending time with Gabrielle Robbins (the owner) I came away with a renewed enthusiasm for not just flowers, but pollination and the role of the bee. Gabrielle is fascinated with flowers and that natural enthusiasm shines through, especially the love of species from England, which is very interesting as many blooms come from Holland - with some imported from as far away as Columbia and Ecuador. I am told The Flower Council of Holland is excellent for general information and there is a Flower Council UK website as well.

For those who do not know, an Orangery was a building found in fashionable residences in the 17th to 19th century where citrus trees were often wintered. The shop has been converted to incorporate a roof lantern to provide natural light for the flowers. The Orangery Flower Shop is at the rear of Talisman Square directly facing Waitrose. Home delivery is now offered along with floral arrangements for Weddings and Special Occasions. The Orangery now has a Google Owner Verified Business Listing.

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