Latest Warwickshire Stories
AWEST-END hit, a unique American folk trio and an epic jungle romance are coming to small venues in Warwickshire They are all part of the new Live & Local season offering top shows in community venues across the area.
THREE women were taken to hospital following a fivevehicle crash on the M6 in Warwickshire. West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the northbound carriageway between junctions 3 and 4 near Fillongley shortly after 6pm on Tuesday.
By Sian Powell and Warren Manger HEART attack victims across north Warwickshire will have their chances of survival dramatically boosted by the latest life-saving treatment.
RAIL commuters face chaos after it was announced vital work is to carried out on a major route between the Midlands and London. Services will be cancelled as work on Virgin Trains West Coast Mail Line started yesterday and is expected to last until September 7.
TWENTY employees at Twycross Zoo have been enrolled for a course in first-line management at Nuneaton's North Warwickshire and Hinckley College. The college has also donated a number of management books to the zoo's library. (c) 2008 Coventry Evening Telegraph. Provided by ProQuest LLC.
A WOMAN was taken to hospital with major facial injuries following an incident in Coventry yesterday. The woman, believed to be in her 50s, was found under a bridge at Phoenix Way, near the Ricoh Arena at 12.45pm. She was taken by land ambulance to the University Hospital, Walsgrave.
AN operation to recover the bodies of five people killed in a horrific aircraft crash will continue today. Members of the public watched in horror as the Cessna 402 and a light aircraft collided in the skies above Coombe Abbey Country Park in Brinklow, Warwickshire, just after 11.30am yesterday.
CHILDREN across Nuneaton and Bedworth are being encouraged to enter the borough's top horticultural show this month. There will even be a category for the child growing the biggest sunflower head.
FOOD writer Clarissa Dickson Wright (below) is to head a star- studded line-up at a book lovers' gathering in Warwickshire.
YOUNGSTERS interested in making music will be cutting their own CDs as part of a scheme to support the talents of Warwickshire children in care. They will be songwriting, recording music and designing record covers as part of the project at the Band Factory studio, in Althorpe Street, Leamington.