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Articles from Leamington Spa Courier Online (May 13, 2021)

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Charity that helps improve the lives of people in need in and around Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth gets much-needed donation; The initiative provides furniture and household goods to families who have been referred by local councils, children's centres, the Citizens Advice Bureau, the probation service and other charities. Kirstie Smith, Reporter 480
Codemasters' Jon Armstrong ready for rough terrain of Rally Portugal; Junior WRC leader hoping to build on opening victory in Croatia. Zoe Ashton 411
Important chapter in the future of education in Kenilworth is about to begin; Headmaster Hayden Abbott has said the new school and sixth form set to open in 2023 will provide 'modern educational facilities to accommodate the changing needs of the school community' for years to come. Oliver Williams 394
Kenilworth Brownie leader who went above and beyond for young people has been named as the first winner of the 'Local Legend' competition *; Not only can she now enjoy the glow of winning the award, but Jennifer Matthews and her family can now look forward to a month's worth of free pizza from Leamington-based We Love Pizza! News Reporter 720
Kenilworth theatre actors have celebrated the Royal British Legion's Centenary by performing in an audio show of war poetry readings; The Talisman Theatre actors have read pieces such as Anthem for Doomed Youth by Wilfred Owen and In Flanders' Fields by John McCrae for the piece which can be listened to online from Friday May 14. Oliver Williams 416
Review: Loft's audio dramatisation of Chekhov story brings mixed results; Nick Le Mesurier reviews The House with the Mezzanine, presented by the Loft Theatre, Leamington. Nick Le Mesurier 318
Small number of cases of the Indian Covid variant have been detected in Warwickshire; There currently isn't enough evidence to indicate that any of the variants recently detected in India cause more severe disease or render the vaccines currently deployed any less effective. News Reporter 337
The Good Times Festival: New event aims to 'bring community back together' in Leamington; The event is due to take place in July. Kirstie Smith, Reporter 285

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