Last month we said "Farewell" to Janet, a long-term member of the Fairtrade Action Group and supporter of Fairtrade.

Janet is moving up to the North-East where we hope that she will find outlets for her enthusiasm and mini-muffins! Thank you for all you have done for the cause of Fairtrade in Kenilworth.

We are always looking for more Fairtrade supporters to work with us, if you are interested please email us on fairtradekenilworth@gmail.com
Monday, April 30, 2018

Well done to the schools, shops, businesses, churches & others that support Fairtrade: Kenilworth has renewed its status as a Fairtrade Town.

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Looking forward to Fairtrade Fortnight 2016 29th Feb to 13th March!

Monday, February 29, 2016

Fair trade comes out top for Kenilworth

As part of Fairtrade Fortnight we were out questioning shoppers. 

A survey carried out in Talisman Square found just over half could recognise the brand’s logo, and Fairtrade products coffee, bananas and chocolate were named with flowers also getting a mention. Ethics and fair price was cited by 64 percent when asked to describe the brand. 
Monday, June 15, 2015

Fair Trade Fortnight 2015

As we enter into the final week of a Fairtrade Fortnight 2015, on Saturday 7th March from 10:00am to 12:00pm members of the Kenilworth Fairtrade Group will be in Talisman Square promoting Kenilworth's status as a Fairtrade Town.

The event forms part of the annual national Fairtrade Fortnight and visitors to the Group's stand will be invited to take part in a quiz to recognise a number of well-known logos, including the Fairtrade sign, and also to complete one of two large Fairtrade jigsaws. All visitors to the stand will receive a free Fartirade muffin!
Saturday, March 07, 2015

A Fairtrade Christmas

The mayor of Kenilworth not quite winning a bottle of Fairtrade wine at the Fairtrade stall at the Christmas lights switch on.

Fairtrade entry into the St Nicholas Christmas tree festival. 

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Go Bananas for Fairtrade Fortnight in 2014

We are hosting an (unofficial) world record attempt from 10am on Saturday 8 March in Talisman Square when all are invited to have a go at beating the existing world record for the most stacked bananas (current record is ten).

Bananas are the focus of this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight after a decade-long price war has seen costs of the fruit almost halving but the cost of producing the food increasing by almost double.

Everyone who tries the challenge will get a Fairtrade banana and chance to win goodies in a family-friendly quiz. Sue Proctor, group chairman, said : “‘We’re hoping as many people as possible come along for a bit of fun with a serious message.”

Visit recordsetter.com/world-record/tallest-banana-tower/30127 for tips before the big competition day.

Pictured is Steve Proctor from the Kenilworth Fairtrade Group trying to reach the world record. He didn’t succeed.
Friday, March 07, 2014

Hot Drink Survey

Thanks to everyone who came to see us in Talisman Square on 2 March and completed our hot drink survey. 50% of you preferred tea, most drink from a mug and without any sugar or sweetener. When it comes to temperature you like your drink piping hot so any mug huggers that have been knitted will come in useful for that!

Congratulations to our two lucky winners who received a selection of Fairtrade hot drinks and come chocolate to enjoy with them.

Fairtrade Fortnight in Kenilworth is generously supported by Andrew Davies, Sainsbury's and Waitrose.
Saturday, March 16, 2013

Fairtrade Fortnight 2013

Fairtrade Fortnight has started! If you are in Talisman Square on Saturday 2 March come and visit our stand for a chance to win an Easter Egg in our free tombola and complete our survey for a chance to win a great prize! 

There is also time to knit your "mug hugger" and enter our competition to produce the best mug cosy, but hurry, judging takes place next Friday!. The knitting pattern can be found at: 

or in our Fairtrade group Make Kenilworth a Fairtrade Town

Fairtrade Fortnight in Kenilworth is generously supported by Andrew Davies, Sainsbury's and Waitrose.
Saturday, March 02, 2013

Kenilworth's Big Brew

Fairtrade Fortnight runs from 25 February to 10 March this year and in Kenilworth we are celebrating our the Fairtrade cuppa! Why not try out something new or introduce a friend to your favourite Fairtrade hot drink. And to keep it hot you can knit yourself a "mug hugger" and enter our competition to produce the best mug cosy. The knitting pattern can be found at:

or in our Fairtrade group Make Kenilworth a Fairtrade Town

Monday, February 11, 2013

Have a Fairtrade Christmas!

Why not have a fair festive season this year? There are lots of Fairtrade food and gifts available in our local shops from clothing to cosmetics and wine to chocolate why not treat someone and spread some joy and give hope to farmers in developing countries across the world.

If you're visiting the Warwick Road lights switch on this Friday we will be there with our Fairtrade tombola, come along and see us.
Monday, November 26, 2012

Take a Step for Fairtrade in 2012

This year Kenilworth Fairtrade Action Group is supporting ‘Take a Step’ for Fairtrade – this year’s campaign call to people in the UK to engage with the Fairtrade Foundation's vision of an even bigger movement for positive change on unfair trade, including making the switch to buying Fairtrade.

Starting in Fairtrade Fortnight (27 February – 11 March 2012), we are challenging the people of Kenilworth to take a step in the right direction by thinking about what they can do every day, every week or every month throughout 2012 to make a difference to the lives of farmers in the developing world who produce the products they buy – whether that be choosing to buy a Fairtrade coffee on the way to work, or making sure their weekly shopping baskets contain one or two more Fairtrade products like Fairtrade tea or bananas, or encouraging their friends and family to switch to Fairtrade.

A step is any action that supports Fairtrade – taking a first step could be someone buying their first packet of Fairtrade coffee, tea or sugar; for someone further along the Fairtrade ‘journey’, your step could be to find out more about the Kenilworth Fairtrade Town campaign; and if you are a seasoned Fairtrade campaigner, your step could be to organise a fun public event for Fairtrade Fortnight.

The Fairtrade Foundation and the Kenilworth Fairtrade Action Group are asking everyone who takes a step to register it over at www.fairtrade.org.uk/step where steps will be displayed on the Fairtrade Foundation's interactive 'step-o-meter'.

Together, the Fairtrade Foundation wants the public to take 1.5 million steps for Fairtrade in 2012. That’s one for every Fairtrade producer Fairtrade aims to work with around the world. Each step leads to a better deal that millions of farmers and workers in developing countries urgently need.

Some of the steps that are being taken in Kenilworth this Fairtrade Fortnight include a stall in Talisman Square on Saturday 25 February to launch the Fortnight, a reception for our supporters and the Town Council on 2 March and a Treasure Hunt running throughout the Fortnight.


Sunday, February 12, 2012

Fairtrade Directory 2012

We have recently updated our Kenilworth Fairtrade directory which lists the businesses in our town who serve or sell Fairtrade products or support Fairtrade and use fairtrade products in the workplace

A copy of the latest directory can be viewed or downloaded here:

Saturday, February 11, 2012


Saturday, March 12, 2011

Fairtrade Fortnight is Here

The Fairtrade Foundation will launch Fairtrade Fortnight 2011 today by announcing that sales of Fairtrade products soared by 40% in 2010 to an estimated retail value of £1.17bn. UK shoppers are continuing to embrace Fairtrade, showing no downturn on ethical values despite the tough economic times.

For a calender of events happening around the country see

Monday, February 28, 2011

The importance of fairtrade

Kenilworth will be supporting Fairtrade Fortnight again this year by raising people's awareness of the products.

The Fairtrade Action Group will be running events in the town from Monday February 28 to Sunday March 13 to try and make more people buy Fairtrade.

We will hold a reception for supporters at the Almanack, have a stall at Abbey End on Saturday March 12, which will be decorated with Fairtrade labels collected by Crackley Hall school students, and will also hold a prize draw.

To enter the draw people need to write down the names of ten Fairtrade businesses in the town and put their entry in the collection box at their school or at The King’s Table cafe in Warwick Road by Friday March 11. Competition prizes have been donated by Waitrose, Sainsburys, the Co-op, The Almanack, Andrew Davies Bakery and Starbucks.

Sue Proctor, chairman of the town’s Fairtrade Action Group, said: “The fortnight is great because it gives us the opportunity to encourage people to use Fairtrade. I use these products because it’s a way of ensuring the people who make them are treated fairly.”

The movement to make Kenilworth a Fairtrade Town started in 2006. It is now supported by around 60 places in Kenilworth that either supply Fairtrade products or use them in the work place.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Swap your Cuppa!

On Saturday the shoppers of Kenilworth took part in the Big Swap, swapping their used tea bags for new Fairtrade tea bags, and taking the opportunity to sample some Fairtrade chocolate cake and take part in the Fairtrade town trail, which is taking place throughout Fairtrade fortnight and involves a series of posters in shops that sell or use Fairtrade products. Entry forms can be obtained from the Kings' Table and the Library.

The Saturday in Abbey End followed our supporters evening on Friday 26th February, with Jeremey Wright MP, the Mayor of Kenilworth, other representatives of the local Council and supporters from some of the local retailers, businesses and voluntary groups that have signed up to support Fairtrade in Kenilworth.

In the picture below, Sue Proctor, Chair of the Fairtrade Steering Group, is pictured with Jeremy Wright and with Susan Howell, and Town Council representative on the Steering Group.

Monday, March 01, 2010

The Big Swap - Fairtrade Fortnight 2010

Fairtrade Fortnight 2010 runs from 22 February to 7 March and this year Kenilworth Fairtrade group will be encouraging shoppers to take part in a national tea bag swap as part of the event.
Please bring your tea bags to our stall in Abbey End on Saturday 27 February any time from 10am to noon, where you can hand it in for composting and receive two new Fairtrade tea bags in exchange.
We are also planning a "Fairtrade trail" competition in which participants have to collect facts from shops selling Fairtrade goods in Kenilworth. Entrants will be put into a free prize draw.

For further details, please look out for updates.
Sunday, February 07, 2010

Fairtrade Fortnight 2009

On Thursday 22nd February, Councillors, residents and local business people gathered at the youth and community centre in Abbey End to launch Fairtrade Fortnight, which started on February 23 and ran until March 8.

During Fairtrade Fortnight residents of Kenilworth and visitors were invited to take part in a competition to win a free hamper of Fairtrade produce. Entrants to the competition collected stamps from retail outlets in the town that supply Fairtrade produce to their customers and staff.

Fairtrade Football Comes to Kenilworth

On 1st March we held a Fairtrade football competition at Meadow Sports Astroturf in Leyes Lane to which all young people in the town were invited to take part.

Kenilworth Goes Bananas

On the morning of Saturday March 7th the Kenilworth Fairtrade Group were in Abbey End encouraging shoppers to take part in the National “Go Bananas” attempt on the world record for the number of Fairtrade bananas eaten in one day.

This event was attended by Jeremy Wright MP and the Mayor of Kenilworth Cllr Spencer Harrison. Well over 100 bananas were handed out to shoppers, together with pieces of chocolate cake, made using Fairtrade cocoa and sugar.

At the end of Fairtrade Fortnight, we have some 67 local businesses, retailers, churches, schools and voluntary organisations signed up as supporters.

This year's Fairtrade Fortnight in Kenilworth was well supported by the Town Council, Waitrose and Starbucks and we are grateful for their backing and all our other friends.
Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Kenilworth Goes Bananas!

On the morning of Saturday March 7th (10:30am – midday) in Abbey End Kenilworth Fairtrade Group will be encouraging shoppers to take part in the National “Go Bananas” attempt on the world record for the number of Fairtrade bananas eaten in one day. This event, which will be attended by Jeremy Wright MP and the Mayor of Kenilworth Cllr Spencer Harrison, will be the climax of Fairtrade Fortnight (23rd February – 8th March) and is part of a campaign to ensure that half of all bananas eaten by 2012 are Fairtrade bananas.

During Fairtrade Fortnight residents of Kenilworth and visitors will also be invited to take part in a competition to win a free hamper of Fairtrade produce. Entrants to the competition will collect stamps from retail outlets in the town that supply Fairtrade produce to their customers and staff. These stamps can be collected on a card distributed through local schools and churches and in the local newspaper.

And on 1st March, there’ll be a Fairtrade football competition at Meadow Sports Astroturf in Leyes Lane (3:00 – 4:00pm) to which all young people in the town are invited to take part. Entry is free.
Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Fairtrade Fortnight 2009

Two billion people – a third of humanity – still survive on less than $2 a day. Unfair trade rules keep them in poverty, but they face the global challenges of food shortages and climate change too. Fairtrade is a people’s movement for change that aims to tip the balance of trade in favour of poor producers. We all need Fairtrade more than ever and we all have the power to create positive change for people and planet.

Take part in Fairtrade Fortnight 2009 here in Kenilworth and play your part by joining a powerful global movement for change!
Look out for details of forthcoming events.
Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Kenilworth IS a Fairtrade Town

We received notification that Kenilworth had been successful in its application for Fairtrade Town status shortly after Fairtrade Fortnight, on March 25th, and have now received our certificate which we will aim to have on display in the Library. We're very excited and proud after two years hard work to have achieved this goal and we're extremely grateful to everyone who has supported us through this period.

We're now looking forward to building on this achievement and working with many more local businesses, voluntary groups and individuals to increase the profile of Fairtrade in Kenilworth, to celebrate our success and hopefully continue to have a positive impact on the lives of many people in developing countries.

Our renewal application is due in a year's time so the work will go on. We're delighted that since our application was sent to the Fairtrade Foundation, we have already signed up a number of additional supporters, including Kenilworth Castle Tea Rooms, St Nicholas and St Barnabas Church, St Francis of Assisi and St Barnabas Church, St Nicholas Primary School, Marion Shaw's Boutique, Margaret Hills Health Foods, Heavenly FX, The Priory Theatre and Greggs - and we look forward to adding more in the months to come.
Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Fairtrade Town Trail

Fairtrade Fortnight ended with the announcement of the winner of the Fairtrade Town Trail competition. More than 60 people entered the competition to solve cryptic clues, taking them to 15 local business supporting Fairtrade. The winner of the competition, a pupil at Clinton Primary School, received a hamper of Fairtrade products, kindly donated by Sainsbury’s.

The hamper included tea, coffee, sugar, wine, cotton kitchen items and two bunches of Fairtrade roses.

The lucky winner also received a Dubble Easter egg from his headteacher, who supported Fairtrade Fortnight by encouraging pupils to take partin the Fairtrade Town Trail.
Friday, April 18, 2008

Fairtrade fortnight in Kenilworth

Fairtrade Fortnight ended with evidence of growing support for the initiative in Kenilworth.
Hundreds of people in the town, from residents to local businesses and schools and churches, all took part in the fortnight to raise awareness of Fairtrade.

The fortnight kicked off with a promotional event in Talisman Square. Despite the wind, many people expressed their support for the Fairtrade movement by signing a supporter’s card. A draw was held of all the cards collected and the winner of the Divine Easter Egg was resident, Anne Brough, who helps organise Kenilworth carnival each year.

For the whole fortnight, a Town Trail competition was run in the town. More than 60 people entered the competition to solve cryptic clues, taking them to 15 local business supporting Fairtrade. The winner of the competition, a pupil at Clinton School, will receive a hamper of Fairtrade products, kindly donated by Sainsbury’s.”

Later in the fortnight Jeremy Wright MP attended a supporters’ coffee evening at Kenilworth Youth and Community Centre. He showed off his cooking skills, whilst sporting a Sainsbury’s Fairtrade cotton apron and making Fairtrade muffins under the watchful eye of local caterer Janet Arter. Mr Wright spoke of the importance of ‘sustainable development’ and thanked the people of Kenilworth for supporting the Fairtrade initiative. Staff from Browsers bookshop, in Talisman Square brought along copies of the new Fairtrade Everyday Cookery Book and Deputy Mayor, Coun Spencer Harrison, sampled cakes made according to recipes in the book.

Other events that took place during the fortnight included a food and coffee tasting at the Olive Tree Deli and a Fairtrade fast by the youth group at St Francis Church. More than 100 people in the town have now signed the supporter’s card to say that they regularly use Fairtrade products at home.
Saturday, March 29, 2008

Fairtrade Directory

We have been busy encouraging businesses in our town to support Fairtrade, and there are now quite a few that do! To make it easier for you to find Fairtrade products when you're shopping in Kenilworth, we have produced a directory which you view or download here:

Click to Download the Directory
Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Fairtrade Fortnight 2008

Fairtrade fortnight runs from Saturday 23 February to Saturday March 8th.

During this time, we are holding the following public events:
  • We will be handing out publicity in Talisman Square on Saturday 23 February, the first day of Fairtrade Fortnight, from 10 to 2. We will have both national promotional material from the Fairtrade Foundation and our own local directory of Fairtrade products and supporters. The Mayor is coming along, why don't you come too?

  • We are running a Fairtrade Town Trail to take place through the whole two weeks. This will be a series of clues to find Fairtrade shops, cafes or businesses in Kenilworth. Each will display in their window a picture of a Fairtrade product that they use or supply. The aim of the quiz will be to identify each of these outlets and products and post the results back in a box in Sainsbury’s, who are kindly providing a Fairtrade hamper as a prize. Download the quiz now.

  • The Olive Tree Deli on Albion Street will be holding an event on Saturday March 8th to celebrate the opening of their new Fairtrade café. There will be live music from 10 to 2, Fairtrade tea and coffee and samples from other local suppliers to the deli.
Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Kenilworth Fairtrade supporters enjoy party

At a special event at the Waverley Day Centre on Thursday 29 November, a number of businesses, schools and church representatives were presented with their certificates after registering as supporting Fairtrade. The Mayor Councillor Pat Ryan presented certificates to a number of people, businesses and organisations including Kenilworth Teapot, the Kenilworth Weekly News, Sainsbury’s, St John’s Church, Thresher, Kenilworth Methodist Church, the Mothers Union and Abbey Hill United Reformed Church, to name a few. All businesses and organisations have swapped their normal tea, coffee and other products to Fairtrade ones, earning them the status.

The KWN reported the story with the wrong headline, but it's still great to have their support!
Saturday, December 01, 2007

Fairtrade Reception

The campaign to gain Fairtrade status for Kenilworth continues to make progress with the continued support of businesses, organisations churches and schools in Kenilworth. So far, retailers who have signed up include Tesco Express, Sainsbury's, The Old Emporium as well as cafes and caterers, Escape, Costa, The Kings Table and Janet Arter Catering. Work places include Boothroyd, Intastruct and Clinton School and community organisations include St John's Church and the town's Methodist Church.

Kenilworth Fairtrade Action Group has organised a reception at Waverley Day Centre on November 29 to make progress to date and present the organisations who are supporting the initiative with a certificate.

The group is continuing to talk to to several other outlets and businesses and are hoping to have more signed up for the meeting on 29 November. The group welcomes enquiries or support from anyone in Kenilworth at fairtradekenilworth@gmail.com.

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Stall at the King's table

The campaign for a Fairtrade Kenilworth recently held a stall at the King's Table coffee morning. Lots of people expressed interest on the fairtrade products displayed, making it an overwhelming success!
Thursday, June 07, 2007

Fairtrade Fortnight

During Fairtrade Fortnight 2007 (26 February – 11 March) the new Kenilworth Fairtrade Action Group will be promoting the event at the King’s Table café at St Francis of Assisi Church Hall on Warwick Road on Wednesday 28th February and Wednesday 7th March. Members of the Kenilworth Fairtrade Action Group will be at the King’s Table between 10:00am and 2:00pm with information about Fairtrade and example products.
Fairtrade Fortnight is a great opportunity to raise awareness of our campaign to make Kenilworth a Fairtrade Town and encourage more people in Kenilworth to choose Fairtrade products. We are hoping that as many people as possible will drop into the King’s Table during their lunch break or while they are shopping, to find out more. We need support from local residents and businesses if we are to achieve the aim of making Kenilworth a Fairtrade town, and make a difference to the lives of producers and their families in the developing world.
We are also keen to find out what else is going on in Kenilworth’s schools, churches and businesses for Fairtrade Fortnight and to build on existing activities to promote the use of Fairtrade products in Kenilworth - so please let us know!
Sunday, February 25, 2007

Public meeting on Fairtrade

There will be a
public meeting at the Parish Rooms at St Francis Catholic Church, Warwick Road on Tuesday 17th October 2006, starting at 8pm, at which Ann Farr, Chair of the Coventry City Fairtrade Steering Group, will share some of her experiences of helping Coventry to become a Fairtrade City and there will also be an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions.

We are encouraging anyone to come along to this meeting, but in particular we have written to local Councillors, our MP Jeremy Wright, local businesses, shops, schools, churches and other local organisations in the hope of encouraging even greater interest and encouaging representatives to come along to the meeting.
The Kenilworth Weekly News has also published an article publicising the meeting.

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Article in the Kenilworth Weekly News

The Kenilworth Weekly News are publishing an article on the campaign to gain Kenilworth Fairtrade status. You can read the online version here.
Tuesday, May 16, 2006


Thought that you would all be pleased to know that at Thursday's Town Assembly meeting there was unanimous support for seeking FairTrade status for Kenilworth. David Wheeler did a great job of introducing the topic - many thanks.

The Town Council has agreed to have a formal vote on the issue at their next meeting.

Meanwhile, the Kenilworth Weekly News plan to do a full page spread on the subject for next week's issue. A photographer and reporter will interview us to find out more about FairTrade and how best to proceed. They also have plans to survey local residents and shopkeepers for their views.
Saturday, May 13, 2006

Council meeting outline

The following is an outline of what David Wheeler will propose to the Council of Kenilworth Town Assembly Meeting on Thursday, May 11th:

The idea of fairness is one which I would like to think my town council supports.

It would be good to live in a community where fairness is the basis of all dealings and relationships.

One expression of this idea is the Fairtrade town.

The purpose of a Fairtrade Town is to contribute to the Fairtrade Foundation’s aim of tackling poverty by enabling disadvantaged producers from poor countries to receive a better deal, through encouraging support for the FAIRTRADE Mark.

In order to fulfil this aim by becoming a Fairtrade Town, the following five goals must be realised. When they are, a signed and dated certificate will be presented by the Fairtrade Foundation. The required goals are as follows:

1. Local Council passes a resolution supporting Fairtrade, and agrees to serve Fairtrade tea and coffee at its meetings and in its offices and canteens.

2. A selection of at least two Fairtrade products is readily available in the area’s shops and local cafes/catering establishments. Targets are given and depend on the population of the town. For Kenilworth the targets are :

5 retail outlets marketing Fairtrade products.
3 catering outlets serving Fairtrade products.

3. Fairtrade products are used by a number of local workplaces (estate agents, hairdressers, etc) and community organisations (churches, schools, etc).

4. Attract media coverage and popular support for the campaign.

5. A local Fairtrade steering group is convened to ensure continued commitment to its Fairtrade Town status.

Visit the Fairtrade website for more about becoming a fairtrade town.

David Wheeler, on behalf of a St. John's Church house group will suggest the following resolution:

The Council aims to be recognised by the residents and business community of Kenilworth Town, Kenilworth Town Council suppliers, Kenilworth Town Council employees and other local authorities as a town council that actively supports and promotes the concept of Fairtrade, ensuring that producers from developing countries get a fair price for their goods and labour. The Council therefore resolves to:

• Promote awareness of Fairtrade issues, and make publicity and educational information available to local people concerning the worldwide impact of unfair trade and the opportunities that Fairtrade provides to promote sustainable development.

• Investigate the Council’s own purchasing policies such as those of its suppliers and contractors and purchase Fairtrade where possible.

• Consider buying Fairtrade products, such as those carrying a FAIRTRADE mark, as they become available.

• Promote Fairtrade issues and practices amongst local businesses, commercial and other organisations.

• Develop a strategy to make the Council a Fairtrade council.
Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Council meeting

There is a Council of Kenilworth Town Assembly Meeting this Thursday (11th) at 7pm. It will be at the Council house, Southbank Rd.

The following question will be raised:

"Will the Town Council encourage Kenilworth to become a Fairtrade Town and in so doing come into line with the growing number of Councils throughout the country that have?"

Sue Powell of the Chamber of Commerce has not yet put this to a vote at a Chamber of Commerce meeting but is still happy to raise it at a later meeting of the Chamber - a positive outcome from the Council may prod things along as she has been invited to the meeting on Thursday.

It would be good if as many of us as are able can attend on Thursday to offer encouragement and support.
Monday, May 08, 2006

Fairtrade on BBC News

Hi Everyone,

I saw this article on the BBC News website

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Related links:

The Kenilworth Fairtrade Directory

Kenilworth Fairtrade Facebook Group

The Fairtrade Foundation

Fairtrade Towns Discussion Forum

St John's Church Kenilworth

Kenilworth Weekly News

Kenilworth Town Council