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Have you heard about the Kenilworth siege of 1266? If you have visited Kenilworth Castle, you may be struck by the size and scale of its walls. These sandstone behemoths played a vital role in one of Kenilworth’s defining historical moments, when in 1266 King Henry III and his army laid siege to the castle […]

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Another mobile Kenilworth Trail is ready! Following on from the Nature Trail, we have been hard at work digging deeper into Kenilworth’s heritage to expand on the printed copy of the heritage trail. The new Kenilworth mobile heritage trail will take you further and show you more,, helping to uncover the Kenilworth story. What is […]

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Lets get mobile on the Kenilworth Trails! You may have seen the new Visit Kenilworth trail leaflets? Well we’ve added an extra dimension to the trails with the first Visit Kenilworth Mobile Trail version, the Nature Trail, ready to go! Visit Kenilworth Mobile Trails? These mobile trails include the same route and take you to […]

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Kenilworth lives and breathes history. But with so much of the past visible and accessible it can be bewildering to know where to start! Fear not, we’ve compiled all the key moments, places and people to give you the overview of our monumental story. Of course if you want to get hands on, grab a […]

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Summer’s here, or nearly here, and with the weather cooperating, its the perfect time for some al fresco dining! Picnic’s are (in our mind at least) one of the highlights of summer, and a picnic in Kenilworth is real treat for those of you who enjoy a lazy lunch under the sun. Given the amount […]

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Its Live! We’ve been working hard over the last few months on the new Visit Kenilworth Website to bring together all the tools a visitor needs to discover, explore and enjoy Kenilworth! This new website has been developed by Kenilworth Town Council and Black Spiral Design and will act as the shop window to showcase […]

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