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Walking Club,Ansty Hill

Meeting held 1st Monday of Month, 8.00pm, Sphinx Pavillion, Siddeley Avenue, Coventry. Walks arranged monthly on Sundays, travelling by coach to interesting areas of country.

Walking Groups

WE ARE LOOKING FOR SOME NEW MEMBERS! Do you think you might be interested in walking through some beautiful English countryside, also canal sidewalks, and see the fauna and flora together with some great company? If so why not give us a try! Kenilworth Walkers membership is available to adults, currently our members are aged between 40 - 80 + and walk on either a Thursday or Friday of each week, weather permitting! SAMPLE OF PLACES WE WALK ADELSTROP, ALCESTER, ALLESLEY, ANSTY, BASCOTE,...

Warmington Heritage Group

Meets around 8 times in the year, in addition to trips to local places of historical interest. As well as focussing on community heritage, the group is actively involved in archeological projects. Members also carry out research projects which are then shared with a wider audience. Meetings are usually on the third Thursday of the month at 7.30pm in Warmington Village Hall.

Warwick Boat Club Bowls Section

Formed in 1902, the club is affiliated to Bowls England, Warwickshire County Bowls Association, Warwickshire Women's Bowls Association, South Warwickshire Bowls Association, and South Warwickshire Ladies Bowls Association. We have a four rink bowling green sitting beside the River Avon, which is well maintained and well equipped. It is overlooked by Warwick Castle. Members have a full programme of internal matches and competitions, home and away fixtures against other...

Warwick Cancer Support Group

The Support Group usually meets monthly in Warwick Hospital, but meetings are suspended until after the Coronavirus pandemic has resolved. If you have been affected by cancer as a patient, relative or carer please get in touch to talk to us about how we can support you at this difficult time.

WARWICK CARE SERVICES FOR YOU LTD

Warwick Care Services For You Ltd is a health and social care provider established with the aim of providing quality personal care services to all service users in their own homes on either permanent or temporary basis. Warwick Care Services Ltd offers domiciliary care and enablement services for older people and those living with learning disabilities and other inabilities in Warwickshire, Coventry and its precincts. We are CQC registered and regulated.

Warwick District Council - Chairman

Chairman for 2021-22 is Councillor Neale Murphy

Warwick District Council Cultural Services

Holiday activities for children are listed on Warwick District Council's website, please follow the link below: https://www.warwickdc.gov.uk/info/20248/young_people_s_activities/517/holiday_activities

Warwick Horticultural & Allotment Society

The main aim of the Warwick Horticultural and Allotment Society is to encourage interest in and knowledge of horticulture. It has been in existence for more than 75 years and has the Mayor of Warwick as its President. Membership is open to all and children join free. The Society is also an affiliated member of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS). Having an allotment is not a requirement for joining - anyone with an interest in gardening and horticulture is welcome....

Warwick Hospital

Warwick Hospital houses the majority of South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust's acute services including: Accident and Emergency, Maternity, Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) and Intensive Care. For more information, please visit our website.

Warwick Library

Public library with other public services. Warwick Library - opening hours and services available.

Warwick Memory Singers

The Warwick Memory Singers is a group for people living with dementia and their carer's. The weekly singing sessions, led by specially-trained musicians are about bringing people together in a fun, friendly and safe environment. The sessions include fun warm-ups, activity songs and a wide variety of familiar tunes. Refreshments are served and each week there is an opportunity to sit back and enjoy our musicians performing a solo piece from our classical repertoire. The sessions run every...

Warwick Nursery School

We are a term time Local Authority Nursery School for 2- 4 year olds with highly experienced and qualified staff including fully qualified teachers. We are open term-time only. We offer morning, afternoon and full day places for pre-school children. We can provide up to 30 hours free pre-school education during term time for any child from the start of term after their 3rd birthday. We work with other Early Years providers so that your free hours can be shared with other providers...

Warwick Orchestral Winds

Warwick Orchestral Winds are an enthusiastic and friendly wind orchestra that meet fortnightly on Sunday Mornings to rehearse and perform modern wind band repertoire. Drawing members from Coventry, Warwick, Nuneaton, Leicester and between, we are conducted by the excellent Daniel Jones. WOW includes enthusiastic players from all over the Midlands. We have vacancies for woodwind players, brass players and percussionists. Please contact us if you are...

Warwick Pilates

What is Pilates? Pilates is a form of exercise that is ideal for the management of joint or muscular pain. It can strengthen and stretch your back and neck and correct your posture so aiding recovery after surgery or injury. Pilates will help you to stretch, tone and relax. Who takes the Classes? Instruction is given by a Chartered Physiotherapist who is also an APPI qualified Pilates Instructor.Classes allow supervision of exercise and are therefore suitable for all...

Warwick Tennis Club

Warwick Tennis Club is a small, friendly club in the heart of the town. Voted 2014 Warwickshire Club of the Year and with around 100 adult members and 150 juniors, we welcome players of all ages and standards. We have five floodlit courts - three are artificial clay (the first of their kind in the country) and two astroturf - as well as a hard court with adjoining practice wall, which offer players a variety of different playing surfaces.

Warwick Toy Library

Warwick Toy Library has opened under the management of Warwick Nursery School. This is a wonderful facility for families with young children to borrow educational toys to enhance their children's learning and development. You can choose and order the toys at home with your children then come in and collect them from Warwick Nursery School on a Friday afternoon or another pre-arranged time to suit. Full details are on the website www.warwicktoylibrary.org or telephone...

Warwick Words History Festival

WARWICK WORDS HISTORY FESTIVAL 1 – 7 October 2021 Wide-ranging programme includes national and international history-themed talks as well as shining a spotlight on local past. Special guests include: Tracy Borman, Helen Carr, Lloyd Grossman, Sarah Gristwood, Max Hastings, Greg Jenne,r Dan Jones, Marc Morris, Alison Weir and many more Daytime and evening events at various venues in Warwick. Box Office 01926 33 44 18. For full Festival details and Tea Time Talks in...

Warwickshire And West Midlands Association Of Local Councils

Representative & Advisory Body for Parish and Town Clerks & Councils. The Warwickshire and West Midlands Association of Local Councils (WALC) represents and works alongside parish and town councils in Warwickshire, Solihull, Coventry and Birmingham. WALC provides advice to member councils on the law, procedure and issues facing Parish and Town Councils in the area. It offers a wide range of services and assistance to local councils, including training...

Warwickshire Badger Group

Warwickshire Badger Group exists to protect and conserve badgers throughout the county. Affiliated to Badger Trust, the country's leading authority on badger conservation. Warwickshire Badger Group: Protects setts. Liaises with police to prevent persecution. Gives advice to householders experiencing "badger problems". Supports local rescue centres. Extensive database of setts. More sett details and precise locations of badger road kills welcome (email:...

Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action

CAVA is the infrastructure organisation for Warwickshire and Solihull providing vital support to the volunteers, groups, organisations, enterprises and charities who are working to strengthen all of our communities. Every year our dedicated teams of staff and volunteers help lever in significant investment into the county. In 2015/16 the collective value of funding secured and volunteering opportunities developed was worth £4.2 million to Warwickshire's...

Warwickshire Conservation Volunteers

Conservation within Warwickshire & Coventry We are a group of about 20 volunteers who work in various locations in Warwickshire and many woods in Coventry. Our usual working parties are on Wednesdays plus 2nd and 4th Thursdays, meeting together and ready to go 10.15 to 10.30. We mostly provide our own tools, but have spare. We do :- hedgelaying, coppicing, stonewalling, ditches, planting, paths, undergrowth, meadows, ponds, fencing........ If this sounds interesting come and try -...

Warwickshire County Council Staff Bowling Club

Warwickshire County Council Staff Bowling Club is situated in the impressive and relaxed setting of the Staff Sports Club ground adjacent to the River Avon in Myton Road, Warwick. New members are always welcome to the club which has a friendly atmosphere with a mix of competitive and friendly bowling fixtures together with a range of other social activities including table tennis, petanque and short mat indoor bowling. Free bowls tuition by a qualified coach is also...

Warwickshire Geological Conservation Group (WGCG)

Conserve, enjoy and learn about the geology of Warwickshire. Group activities include a winter lecture programme, summer field trips, conservation projects and the installation of displays. WGCG is the Local Geological Sites (LoGS) organisation for Warwickshire. Lectures are held monthly, on the third Wednesday, during the winter months at St Francis Church Hall, Warwick Road, Kenilworth CV8 1HL. During the Covid 19 Pandemic we have been holding monthly talks using Zoom. For...

Warwickshire Mental Health Support

ABLEize, the UK's largest disability and health care directory are very concerned about many of the mental health support services being unavailable due to a massive increase in demand during Coronavirus (COVID-19) isolation and fears that results in many of the major mental health support services being busy when those in crisis are calling for help. Because of this we have built what is now the UK's largest database of regional as well as national mental health...

Warwickshire Pride

Warwickshire Pride is a charity that works with and for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people across the county. The charity provides a range of services for LGBT+ people, families and professionals that include: PROUD YOUTH - Weekly youth groups for young LGBT+ people aged 12 - 18. Proud Youth runs on: Thursdays from 6:00pm - 8:00pm at St Mark's Church, Rugby Road, Leamington Spa, CV32 6DL. Saturdays from 2:30pm - 4:30pm at Foundation House, Masons Road,...

Warwickshire Rural Community Council

Warwickshire Rural Community Council (WRCC) helps and encourages people living in rural areas to develop their communities. By aiding locally led and run projects, we also hope to strengthen social ties within Warwickshire's villages and small towns. Our mission is 'to enable the development of sustainable and self-reliant rural communities'. We offer advice, information and grant support to help start projects in your community. Our close links with statutory and...

Warwickshire Safe Haven

Coventry & Warwickshire Mind's Safe Haven provides a free out-of-hours mental health support service to people across Warwickshire. Open from 6pm to 11pm every evening for anyone aged 16+ who is struggling. Wellbeing practitioners are on hand each evening to provide support and signposting. The Safe Haven is a service for people who...feel as though they are unable to cope...may not know where to start looking for help...need out-of-hours mental health support. This is a free...

Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing service - Family Weight Management

Family Weight Management is part of the Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing service. Families can self refer by contacting Hayley Minogue - 03300 245 204 or completing the attached form. The Change Maker programmes are rolling and take place throughout the county. https://www.compass-uk.org/services/warwickshire-school-health-wellbeing-service/

Warwickshire Singers

We are a chamber choir of about 30 singers. We give concerts about 3 times a year in venues around Warwickshire. We rehearse at Kenilworth Methodist Church on Monday evenings during school term times - 7.30 - 9.30 pm. We sing a wide variety of different types of music but mostly classical and are always pleased to hear from singers who would be interested in joining us. Some previous experience of choral singing would be advantageous but not essential.

Warwickshire Stop Smoking Service

There's a free local Stop Smoking Service near you. Visit our Quit4good website to find out more www.quit4good.co.uk. The Stop Smoking Service offers free one-to-one support along with stop smoking medication, which are available for the cost of a prescription. Developed by experts and ex-smokers and delivered by professionals, your local Stop Smoking Service provides expert advice, support and encouragement to help you stop smoking for good. What to expect from the Stop Smoking...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Home Visitor Service

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. The Home Visitor Service For many people living with sight loss, the greatest challenges are often those associated with isolation and the problems of not being able to access information. The Home Visitor Service helps you to...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Hospital Advice and Information Service

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. What is the Vision Support Desk? The Hospital Advice and Information Service is available across all eye clinics in Warwickshire. It is designed to provide you with support at the point of diagnosis. We will explain the...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Rehabilitation Service

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. Rehabilitation Service We are contracted by Warwickshire County Council to provide Rehabilitation Services to visually impaired people living in Warwickshire. Our service gives you the opportunity to develop new skills so that you...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Technology Service

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. The Interactive Technology Service In recent years, many services have gone online - often accompanied by a reduction in front line staff to save money. For visually impaired people this can make accessing services more...

Warwickshire Vision Support - Vision Support Centres

About Warwickshire Vision Support Serving more than 3,000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers, Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services, social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county. What is a Vision Support Centre? Our Vision Support Centres were established to meet your need for local access to equipment and information in your community. Each Vision Support Centre provides the following: Advice and...

Warwickshire Vision Support Telephone Befriending Service

Our Telephone Befriending Service, which was developed as a result of the COVID 19 Crisis, has been so well received that it is now embedded as a regular charitable service provision for Warwickshire Vision Support. Using carefully selected volunteers who have all been DBS checked, we connect them to blind and visually impaired people around the county. A volunteer will make a call to a service user once a week at an agreed time and provide company, stimulating conversation and a vital...

Waverley Day Centre

A local charity working to support the elderly and their carers in the community of Kenilworth and the surrounding area. Day Centre Our friendly team offers a warm welcome to friends old and new. Come and join us for a day out with good company in comfortable surroundings. All food is cooked on the premises by our own cook. Enjoy our seated exercise classes and other activities or make use of our in house hairdresser. We offer transport within the CV8...

Way Ahead Activity Service

Our Day Service activities are run from Netherfield House, Lillington and provide support services on a daily basis, 5 days per week. This service currently provides flexible, innovative, person centred services to individuals with a Learning Disability and Mental Ill Health. Our service aim is to be part of a team, working holistically to ensure an individual has a meaningful life. We aim, with the activities that we offer, to enable individuals' to acquire or...

Way Ahead Support Services

Way Ahead Support Services is an award winning charity that has been supporting people with Learning Disabilities in the Warwickshire area for over 50 years. The charity now supports any vulnerable people including older people, people with learning or physical disabilities or those experiencing mental ill health. Through person centred support, Way Ahead Support Services are committed to encouraging and supporting individuals to become as independent as possible. Whilst providing...

WCG (Warwickshire College Group)

We are one of the largest general further and higher education college groups in the country providing high quality education, training, skills and qualifications for individuals and organisations, at a local, national and international level. Our students get more than just a qualification. We support them to develop an entrepreneurial mindset by instilling enterprising and innovative skills and behaviours, which will help them to become successful in an...

WCS Care Group Ltd.

WCS currently run 13 care homes across Warwickshire. At WCS Care we believe every day should be a day well lived; that moving into a care home doesn't mean life stops, you're simply joining a new community with the opportunity to make new friends, have new experiences and share treasured memories. This simple belief and approach applies to anyone who lives with us, or works for us - in fact, anyone we connect with. We keep this passion alive through our four values, which...

Webb Ellis Court - Extra Care Housing for 55+

Webb Ellis Court is an extra care housing development for older people aged 55+ in Hillmorton, Rugby. It offers spacious apartments for rental and shared ownership, telecare (assistive technology), support and access to care services 24 hours per day. Webb Ellis Court provides a range of community services with high-quality accommodation. It has been designed specifically for older people, with your immediate and future needs in mind. Living in an extra care scheme means...

Wellbeing for Warwickshire

Please note that we are still able to provide support from the services below during the pandemic, although access may be different from that stated - to find out what support is available and how to access, please contact us or visit our website www.cwmind.org.uk Wellbeing for Warwickshire offers support, information and signposting for individuals 16 years and over residing in Warwickshire who have an interest in improving their mental health and wellbeing. The programme of services is...

Wellesbourne Library

Public library with other public services. Wellesbourne Library - opening hours and services available.

Wenman Healthcare

Wenman Healthcare specialises in providing mobility and independent living aids to private, public and corporate clients in Warwickshire and the surrounding areas. Help, advice and equipment provided by our friendly, qualified and knowledgeable team. Extensive hire fleet also available.

Wenman Mobility

Wenman Healthcare specialises in providing mobility and independent living aids to private, public and corporate clients in Warwickshire and the surrounding areas.

West Midlands Lupus Group

LUPUS UK is the only national registered charity supporting people with Systemic Lupus and Discoid Lupus and assisting those approaching diagnosis. We presently have over 6000 Members and a number of Regional Groups around the UK. Join Our Group A good way of finding help is to join a local support group – West Midlands Lupus Group (WMLG) offers people living with lupus a chance to meet and share experiences with others. Drop-In sessions are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at...

WESTLANDS

Westlands is located on the edge of Rugby town centre. There's a wide range of local facilities including shops, Restaurants, a community theatre and library. It's a short stroll to the town's central park and a short bus journey to the out of town retail park and cinema. The home provides long term residential care and short term respite care for people living with dementia, as well as older people with long term physical conditions. Our...

What is the Green Homes Grant?

The guide contains lots of useful information such as: A good overview of the Green Homes Grant - what it covers and who is eligible to benefit from this scheme. How it helps 650,000 homes in England and Wales get access to better home insulation, low carbon heating, and other home energy efficiency improvements. How the scheme will help the UK achieve its goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Advice to help homeowners and tradespeople sign-up for this scheme - including a useful...

White Light Gallery

White Light Gallery is the flagship gallery for UK artist and printmaker Louis Sidoli, which showcases his portfolio of innovative pop-art in a relaxed and friendly environment.

Whitnash Community Hall

Commercial bookings possible. No Sundays.

Whitnash Library

Public library with other public services. Whitnash Library - opening hours and services available.

Whittleford Residents Association

We have regular bi-monthly meetings, January, March, May, July, September, and the AGM in November at the Community of Christ Church Hall, Whittleford Rd (opposite Whittleford Service Station) on the first Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm. Our catchment area is the length of Whittleford Rd and estates either side, part of Bucks Hill as far as Melfort Close and the estates that go off there. Come along, we're a friendly lot and we value your input.

Wikivorce - Free Divorce and Separation Help

Wikivorce provide practical help and support with all family law matters - divorce, separation, civil partnership dissolution, child arrangement, financial settlements, etc. Our helpline (01202 8050250) is open Mon/Fri 9am-6pm and Sat/Sun 2pm-6pm We are a volunteer run social enterprise, each year we provide free advice and support to over 50,000 people - which means we help people in 1 out of every 3 divorces in the UK. Our website provides a wide range of free support...

Willoughby Cricket Club

Senior/adult cricket for all ages and standards. Saturday league cricket with two teams in the Northamptonshire Cricket League (NCL) Midweek league cricket with one team in the Rugby and District Cricket League (RDCL) Sunday social friendlies playing against local village clubs and teams, with a strong emphasis on junior/youth development and introducing our up and coming young players into the adult game environment. Junior Cricket for boys and girls ages 5-16 All Stars...

Wipe-Out Pest Control Ltd

We are a family-run business, which was first set up in 2005 as Wipe-Out Wasps. After growing the business steadily, we also set up our limited company in 2017, mainly dealing with our commercial customers, called Wipe-Out Pest Control Ltd. We were based in Warwick for many years and have recently relocated to Southam (we still cover the same areas as previously). The businesses consist of Alan and Dawn Whyte (husband and wife). We have both undertaken pest...

Wolston Library

Public library with other public services. Wolston Library - opening hours and services available.

Woodland Singers Ladies Choir(Rugby)

Woodland Singers are a Ladies choir based at St Mark's Church, Bilton. We meet on a Thursday evening during term-time from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm. We sing in two- three- and four-part harmony. The choir has been in existence for over 50 years and gives at least two concerts per year as well as singing for weddings and funerals when requested. We are a sociable group and present members number around 35, but we are always open to accepting new members.Currently we meet at...

WOODSIDE CARE VILLAGE

Woodside Care Village is a care home with family-sized households for adults, including people with mobility needs, dementia and hearing loss.At Woodside Care Village there are 12 households, each of which is designed and decorated in one of three lifestyles based on town, country and classical living. Each household of between five and seven residents, with its own kitchen, dining area and living room, all bedrooms have ensuite facilities.The home has its own shop, launderette, cafe,...

Wootton Wawen Allotment And Garden Association

We offer low priced allotment plots to the local community and occasionally organise social activities connected with gardening.

Wootton Wawen Village Hall. B95 6AY

Main hall seats 120, stage, committee room, kitchen, with commercial dishwasher, cloakroom, toilets, well lit and marked car park. Available 365(6) days a year. Full Central Heating, disabled toilets and baby changing facilities.Hearing loop & audio system now installed. Roll down cinema screen and WiFi coming in 2016. Hire charges are per session,AM, PM, EVENING. Hire charges for social events less than for fundraising activities. The village hall is a registered...

Worship Service Times

Weekly:Wednesdays - 9.30am Holy Communion or Morning Worship at Wood End Church Thursdays - 4.30pm Evening Prayer at Baxterley Church Monthly:1st Sunday - 11.00am Holy Communion at Merevale Church 4.30pm Holy Communion at Baxterley Church 2nd Sunday - 9.30am Holy Communion at Hurley Church 11.00am Holy Communion at Kingsbury...

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