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Friday 21st December singers from Coventry Philharmonic Choir will be preforming Home for Christmas remembering Christmas 1918 in words and music. The performance starts at 7:30 tickets just £15 per person held in the family chapel here at Stoneleigh Abbey come and join in with the festive cheer. to buy tickets please call Stoneleigh Abbey on 01926 858535.Find out more »
Kenilworth Lions’ Carol Concert event has become a traditional way to start the Christmas festivities. Set in the lovely venue of Abbey Fields, the concert takes place on the Saturday before Christmas. We start at 6pm and the concert lasts for about an hour. It is very much a family affair and is led by the Salvation Army band with singing by local primary schools’ choirs. Come and join in with the singing, and get yourself in the mood for Christmas. As this is a free event, we depend…Find out more »
Join the Mayor for a relaxed morning strolling around the grounds of Kenilworth Castle. Featuring: Punch and Judy Morris Dancing Town Crier Best Dressed Dog Parade Refreshments Don't forget breakfast! £3.50 Hot drink & Bacon Roll (50p will be donated to the Mayor's Charity) FREE ENTRY Dogs in their Glad Rags, Fancy Dress, Christmas Jumpers and Festive Attire should assemble by the Gatehouse at 11:15am to parade and be admired. Dog Snacks & treats will be provided.Find out more »
Every Boxing day an unusual ritual takes place starting at the Ford in Kenilworth. At noon, after the events at the Castle, the Town Mayor helps to launch 1,500 defenceless little ducklings into Finham Brook. After a bracing swim of 200 metres the ducks cross the finishing line in the Town’s Abbey Fields. The first four finishers capture prizes of £100, £75, £50 and £25 respectively. This annual event has been running for over twenty five years and now attracts thousands of visitors, from far and…Find out more »
We meet at the Senior Citizens Club, Abbey End, Kenilworth at 7.30pm on the third Tuesday of each month. On 15th January, Dr Richard Churchley will give a talk entitled “Every Common’s Gone” about the enclosure of open fields and wasteland in the midlands particularly in the 18th and early 19th centuries and the resulting dramatic changes to the landscape and the lives of ordinary people.Find out more »