Furniture Store CLOSED on Saturday 3rd March

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Due to the current and expected bad weather, the Lion’s Furniture Store in Farmer Ward Road, Kenilworth will remain closed on Saturday 3rd March. There will also be no van deliveries or collections of furniture on that day. Our apologies to all of our customers. We hope to be back to normal operations next week!

Kenilworth Lions Present Cheque to Talking News

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The Treasurer of Kenilworth Lions, Dennis Adcock presented a cheque for £500 to the chairman of Kenilworth Talking News, Gerry Lawrence at the Talking News annual lunch which was attended by listeners and volunteers on Friday 23 February 2018 at St Francis of Assisi Church, Kenilworth. If you know someone who might be interested in this very popular, free service …

Kenilworth Lions Club celebrate at the Palace for Lions Clubs International Centenary

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The Lions Clubs of the British Isles are celebrating the 100th anniversary of Lions Clubs International: 100 years of proud service to our communities. We are delighted that our Patron, HRH, The Countess of Wessex G.C.V.O. will be hosting a Reception at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, 28th February to help Lions Clubs mark this milestone. Henry Woodgate will be representing …

Planning ahead for the Kenilworth Lions Grand Show

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With our major Christmas/New Year events of the Carol Concert and the Duck Race now behind us, Kenilworth Lions are busy planning ahead for the Annual Grand Show in Abbey Fields, to be held on Saturday 9th June. We are already accepting bookings from a wide variety of stall holders for pitches at the Show, which has proved a very …

Bargains galore at Lions Furniture Store

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Thanks to many generous donations recently, there are lots of bargains to be had this Saturday (3rd February) between 9.00 am and 12.30 pm. Come and have a good look round our extensive stock, and if you don’t at first see what you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to ask one of the Lions. You can take items away immediately if …

Come and meet us at Kenilworth community event

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Kenilworth Lions will be taking part in an exciting new community initiative next month. The first Kenilworth Community in Action Fair will be held at The Methodist Church, Priory Road, Kenilworth on Saturday 10 February between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm. Apart from the Lions, a wide range of other local community organisations will be taking part, and there will …

Fingers crossed for the re-scheduled Duck Race on New Year’s Day!

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The annual Duck Race had to be postponed on Boxing Day due to the dangerous state of the Finham Brook following heavy rain, but Kenilworth Lions have high hopes that the re-scheduled race will go ahead on New Year’s Day (Mon 1st January) at the same time (12.00 noon) and same place (The Ford in front of Kenilworth Castle). All …

And now for the Duck Race!

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With a successful Carol Concert now behind us, members of Kenilworth Lions are now enjoying two days of festive fun with families and friends, before gearing up for one our major events of the year, the Annual Charity Duck Race on Boxing Day! Blow away those cobwebs on Boxing Day morning! Start off by enjoying the freedom of Kenilworth Castle …

Carol Concert a “spectacular success”

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The Kenilworth Lions’ Carol Concert in Abbey Fields yesterday evening was a “spectacular success”, according to Lions President Kerry Kirwan. Attendance at this year’s event was an all time record of about 2,000, considerably larger than the previous events which have always been held inside Kenilworth Castle. The new venue worked extremely well, and we have already received some very …

TODAY – Come along to our Carol Concert in Abbey Fields!

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Everyone is welcome at the Kenilworth Lions Carol Concert in Abbey Fields, starting at 6.00 pm. As we approach the 50th year of this popular fixture in the local calendar, you support is more important than ever. This is the first year we have been unable to use Kenilworth Castle as the venue. While we have high hopes for the …