Community News August/September 17

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A Pound per Pizza for Lily Mae

The White Horse pub and restaurant in Balsall Common is continuing its support of The Lily Mae Foundation by adding a specially created pizza to its recently launched Summer menu. […]

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Community News August/September 17

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Want to Set Yourself a Challenge this Year?

Then why not get out your bike and take part in the Tommy Godwin Challenge on 24th September?

The event was set up in 2013 to honour the 1948 Olympic medallist Tommy Godwin and to raise funds for the Marie Curie hospice in Solihull where he spent time towards the end of his life. The ride starts and finishes at the hospice in Marsh Lane and over the last four years has raised £40,000 towards the running costs of the hospice. […]

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The Sun Shone for Mary Ann Evans Garden Party!

The sun was shining and the weather stayed fine for the Mary Ann Evans Hospice’s Annual Garden Party on the 24th June.

Scores of supporters visited the beautiful gardens including Miss Nuneaton Elegance, Rachel Spencer, and Exhall Support Group Chair, Chrissie Hughes and her husband, Wesley. […]

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Update from The Two Castles Run

The 2017 Two Castles 10km took place on Sunday 11th June in near perfect weather conditions. There were just under 3,800 runners with the winner Alastair Smith crossing the finish line in 32.25 minutes. The first female home was Amy Clements in 36.47 minutes. […]

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What’s Happening at Kenilworth Town Council? 

At the beginning of July, we enjoyed the Carnival, and thanks go to all those who participated and to the organising Committee. Many other Town Carnivals have disappeared over the years but next year ours will be 40 years old and we hope that it will continue for many more years to come. […]

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Thousands Donated to Cancer Research at the University of Warwick

Cancer research at the University of Warwick has received a boost thanks to the former Lord Mayor of Coventry, Cllr Lindsley Harvard.

At the start of his term in office, Cllr Harvard chose the University of Warwick’s Cancer Research Centre as one of his official charities. […]

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Celebrated Diversity at the 23rd Positive Images Festival

The 23rd Positive Images Festival got off to a flying start on 10th June with a Multicultural Craft & Food Fair in the city centre, which became a hive of activity. Mouth-watering street food, jewellery, book and handmade artefacts were sold from 20 stalls. […]

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Open Day Success at Guide Dogs National Breeding Centre

Tails were wagging and the crowds were out in force on the sunniest day of the year to meet some of the puppies and guide dogs at the Guide Dogs Breeding Centre, in Bishops Tachbrook on Saturday 17th June. […]

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People Can Party Like it’s the 1980s to Raise Money for The Myton Hospices

The whole family can paint Warwick neon for The Myton Hospices’ Glow in the Moonlight on Saturday 16th September.

People can walk or run the 5k course starting at St Nicholas Park, and to celebrate Warwick Myton Hospice’s 35th anniversary, participants are encouraged to dress and party like it’s the 1980s! […]

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Mind Over Matters August/September 17

The Stigma of Needing Help by Richard Nicholls

Recently, Ant McPartlin, half of Ant & Dec, spoke out about his struggles with depression and anxiety. He said that he was making it public because he thinks that it’s important that people going through a rough time do ask for help, to get the proper treatment to help their recovery. […]

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