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Below is a list of useful links to organisations and places related to Kenilworth. Please note that when you link to one of these sites you will be leaving the Kenilworth web site. We cannot take responsibility for the content of any of the sites in this list.

Countryside & Open Spaces

Voluntary group with over 200 members who work with Warwick District Council to manage and care for Abbey Fields. FOAF undertake conservation projects as well as organising events to encourage usage and understanding of Abbey Fields.

Voluntary group who work alongside Warwickshire County Council in maintaining and promoting countryside access around Kenilworth. KFPG publish the Kenilworth & Beyond Country Walks guide

Campaigns for the protection of commons, greens and public paths from development. The OSS manages Parliament Piece in Kenilworth.

Warwickshire's leading local independent conservation organisation. Their mission is to bring people closer to nature and create a land rich in wildlife. WWT manage four reserves in and around Kenilworth


Kenilworth Arts Festival is an annual, multi-genre festival, launched in 2016. The festival takes place over 10 days in September, with events, workshops and exhibitions held in various venues around the historic town of Kenilworth, Warwickshire. At the heart of our programming is a desire to celebrate outstanding, original new work within the contemporary arts.

History & Heritage

English Heritage cares for over 400 historic monuments, buildings and places ensuring they are protected for future generations. English Heritage manages Kenilworth Castle and offers many volunteering opportunities across its properties.

Society dedicated  to uncovering and raising awareness of the heritage of Kenilworth. The KHAS website is a valuable source of information on the history and archaeology of the town and area.

Website of local historian Graham Gould, including many articles on Kenilworth and its long history.

Website of local historian Robin Leach focussing on Kenilworth since the turn of the 19th Century . Includes a wealth of historic information and articles uncovered in the research for his many books.

Website covering the industrial history of the county, with articles and information dating back as far as Roman times.

Local Information

The Kenilworth Chamber of Trade has been established for over 30 years and is the voice of business owners and retailers in Kenilworth.

A Local Independent Charity  providing 24/7 publicly accessible Defibrillators in strategic locations across Kenilworth. Their website includes details of all Defibrillator locations.

The council is responsible for the management of many local facilities and amenities within Kenilworth and the key point of contact for local government.

The Council covering Warwick District, responsible for car parks and other facilities in Kenilworth

County council that governs the county of Warwickshire. It is the upper tier of elected local government

Travel Information

The definitive source of customer information for all passenger rail services on the National Rail network in England, Wales and Scotland.

Custodians of the National Cycle Network and a charity promoting access to cycling.

We help you find the way that best suits you for making your journey using the most up to date information from around the UK for all transport companies.

Train operator serving Kenilworth

Visitor Information

A one stop site for all your canine needs in exploring Warwickshire. Everything from suggested walks and dog-friendly businesses to groomers, vets and pet supplies.

Visitor information, events and things to do in Royal Leamington Spa.

The official tourism body for the South Warwickshire region.

The official tourism website of Great Britain

The official visitor site for the city of Coventry

The destination website for historic Warwick

Tips, ideas and inspiration on where to explore in Warwickshire. Managed by Warwickshire County Council.