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Baby Loss Awareness

HOLDING her baby tight to her chest, Sharon cried uncontrollably. She had been desperate to meet her son but tragically he had died in her womb just days earlier. The first-time mum, from Warwickshire, carried him to full-term & gave birth knowing that he had already sadly passed away. Sharon said: “A parent’s worst nightmare… Keep Reading

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Charity Song Set to Raise Funds and Awareness

Charity song set to raise funds and awareness of loss AN award-winning singer songwriter has released a new single close to her heart to raise funds and awareness for three charities in Coventry and Warwickshire. My Darling is the exclusive new track written and recorded by MOBO-nominated musician Sandra Godley in aid of Surviving Bereavement,… Keep Reading

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The Warwickshire Review’s Guide to Children’s Summer Activities

  There is so much happening this summer to fill the school holidays with enriching, exciting and skills based activities to make the most of the children’s time off. Warwickshire is packed with family fun activities and children’s clubs and events to get involved with too and we’ve found some of the best. Atherstone Leisure… Keep Reading

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New Cafe Bar Opens in Warwick

Warwick welcomes a new independent café and bar – with a twist  After months of social restrictions, Warwick residents are being treated to a brand new venue on Smith Street. The Furniture Shop’s famous lamps have moved to the next corner, making way for Revive Café and Bar, which opened its doors on June 5th.… Keep Reading

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The Warwickshire Review’s Guide To Wedding Venues

From rolling countryside views, historical landmarks, cosy boutique hotels and converted barns, Warwickshire hosts a rich array of venues for tying the knot. Whether you are looking for an intimate engagement or a large gathering with everyone you know, The Warwickshire Review’s Guide to Wedding Venues has something for you. For venues all across our… Keep Reading

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Illustrated Charity Children’s Book Highly Commended by BMA

  Therapeutic Children’s Book Highly Commended by British Medical Association AN illustrated book created by a Warwick-based charity to help children battling a terminal illness, has been recognised by The British Medical Association. Back At School and the Wibbly Wobbly Tummy, the third in the Olly The Brave series of books produced by Molly Olly’s… Keep Reading

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Father’s Day Gift Guide With Peach Perfect

With Father’s Day on the horizon, gift inspiration can often be hard to find. Peach Perfect, based in Barford, has a range of stunning – and original – present ideas for dads of all ages and interests, from sports-themed and wildlife gifts to practical gadgets, tasty treats, and much more. Here are their ten top… Keep Reading

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Coventry’s UK City of Culture – What’s On THIS MONTH

Coventry Moves, Saturday 5th June Kicking off events on Saturday 5th June, Coventry Moves is taking place all across the city and you are able to tune in online, on your radio and on your timeline for incredible events taking place all day long. You can tune in to watch live performances, short films and… Keep Reading

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Coventry’s Charterhouse Opening to The Public Later This Year

The Charterhouse, Coventry For its centenary year Rotary Club of Coventry is supporting Historic Coventry Trust’s £8million restoration of Charterhouse, which is being carried out in conjunction with Coventry City Council. One of only nine Carthusian monasteries in the country, the newly restored building will form the focal point of a new 70-acre Charterhouse Heritage… Keep Reading

Guide to Nature Trails
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The Warwickshire Review’s Guide to Nature Trails

  Getting Lost in Warwickshire’s Wildlife With many of us exploring the great outdoors of our beloved region over the last year, we wanted to celebrate some of the best of nature’s beauty that Warwickshire has to offer. Whether you are looking for a new walking route or an escape from the noise of traffic… Keep Reading

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