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Kenilworth Civic Society was formed in May 1961, to work towards the improvement and development of the town’s amenities, while protecting the Town’s heritage, character areas, and green spaces, which contribute towards making Kenilworth a pleasant place to live, work and raise a family. We meet at the Senior Citizens Club, Abbey End, Kenilworth at 7.30pm on the third Tuesday of each month. On Tuesday 20th February Susan Tall will give a visual presentation of “Kenilworth 100 Years Ago”. Susan…Find out more »
Kenilworth Chamber of Trade is hosting a business event, which will focus on the new General Data Protection Regulation coming in to force in May 2018. Lead by Nettl and The HR Consultancy, this hour-long session will focus on: What is GDPR? How will it affect your business? What tools do you need to make your business compliant? Q&A session Free to members, £5 for non-members. Fees payable on the day. please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your placeFind out more »
Wednesday, 14 March 2018 Popular local historian and speaker Anne Langley visits us to talk about ‘Warwickshire Almshouses’ with a focus on local institutions. She has spoken to the Society on several occasions in the past and we are assured of an informative and interesting talk. Meeting begins at 7.30pm. Non-members welcome. For further details contact Norman Madden at email@example.com or 01926 511969.Find out more »
This month's meeting is available to members only. HS2 - Britain's new high speed railway. A presentation by HS2 Ltd, including their contractor Balfour Beaty Vinci, on the works applicable to Kenilworth, including indicative construction sequence, delivery contracts, permanent assets, temporary works, and key dates. Kenilworth Civic Society members are invited to come along and be informed, questions and answers to follow the presentation. KCS members free of charge. Coffee, tea and biscuits available.Find out more »
The University of Warwick has teamed up with local University of the Third Age groups to bring you a morning for round table discussion about the latest energy research happening at the University. Ideas Cafés are interactive events which bring together members of the public and Warwick academics to discuss and engage in the exciting research that they are undertaking. The morning is informal and designed to promote different ways of thinking about research and it's practical applications in real…Find out more »