10% discount offer for visitors to Keeping Kenilworth Homes Secure event

Kenilworth Watch and the Holiday Inn Kenilworth have combined to offer a 10% discount for any residents that visit the event this Sunday and then wish to visit the newly refurbished Clock Tower Cafe at the Holiday Inn for coffee etc.

KENILWORTH WATCH’s special event for the town’s residents occurs at the Holiday Inn, The Square, Kenilworth between 1030am to 1pm on Sunday 2 October 2022

(The event was postponed out of respect for the late Queen Elizabeth II and the period of mourning within which the original date for this event coincided.)

The event will enable Kenilworth residents to question senior security experts and discuss their home and vehicles and how best to protect them. One of the reasons we have arranged this event is because we know there is a great deal of confusion around what is the best security to have and what doesn’t work so well.

The reality is that the answer is unique to each householder, and thats why those at the event can and will help householders determine if they are already covered or, if not, what’s the best solution. The event will also help householders determine what is not worth spending money on for their particular property.

There will be some unique demonstrations at the event, at 11am and 12pm, which it is hoped will help residents understand what works well and what is not so good. This will include some very new, innovative ideas and products

Let us be clear this will NOT be a commercial “selling’ event. Those attending will not, at any stage be put under any obligation. Of course if residents attending wish to pursue a service or product, they are free to arrange to do so following the event.

Kenilworth’s Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) (Warwickshire Police) will also be present and will be offering a free bicycle marking service, it’s therefore an opportunity to meet some of our police officers. 

The newly designed and enlarged Clock Tower Cafe at the Holiday Inn will welcome anyone that visits the event who will be entitled to a 10% discount for coffee and light refreshments.

Kenilworth Watch are volunteers and have arranged this after several residents asked us if we could put something on where they could come and see and hear more about effective security so they could reassure themselves about the right things to do.

We’d like as many people as possible to come along and meet those we have arranged to have available who will provide sound advice for householders.

Finally, we’d like to thank the generosity and support towards the local community by the Holiday Inn name Clock Tower Cafe at The Square, Kenilworth by hosting this event and supporting the town, its householders and its community.

We are looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible.

Don’t forget the time and date – 1030am to 1pm on Sunday 2 October 2022

For more information about those that will be in attendance please click on the links below:

http://www.Warwickshire.police.uk

Thttp://www.eydens.co.uk/locks-locksmith-coventry

thttp://www.ultion-lock.co.uk

YOUR INVITE to “Keeping Kenilworth Homes secure”…

PLEASE MAKE A NOTE and put Sunday morning 2nd October 2022  in your diary. 

From 1030am to 1pm on Sunday 11th September 2022 at the Holiday Inn, The Square, Kenilworth

That’s when KENILWORTH WATCH’s special event for the town’s residents occurs at the Holiday Inn, The Square, Kenilworth.

This event was postponed out of respect for the late Queen Elizabeth II and the period of mourning within which the original date for this event coincided.

We have arranged what is a unique event across Warwickshire, we have lined up some senior security experts who you can talk to, question and discuss your home and vehicles and how best to protect them. One of the reasons we have arranged this event is because we know there is a great deal of confusion around what is the best security to have and what doesn’t work so well.

The reality is that the answer is unique to each householder, and those at the event can and will help you determine if you are already covered or, if not, what’s the best solution and what is not worth spending money on for your particular property and issues. 

There will also be demonstrations at the event, at 11am and 12pm, which it is hoped will help residents understand what works well and what is not so good. This will include some very new, innovative ideas and products

Let us be clear this will NOT be a commercial “selling’ event. Of course if residents attending wish to pursue a service or product, they are free to arrange to do so following the event.

Kenilworth’s Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) will also be present and will be offering a free bicycle marking service. It’s also an opportunity to meet some of the town’s police officers.

The newly designed and enlarged Clock Tower Cafe at the Holiday Inn will also be open for coffee and light refreshments to those visiting the event.

Kenilworth Watch are volunteers and have arranged this after several residents asked us if we could put something on where they could come and see and hear more about effective security so they could reassure themselves about the right things to do.

We’s like as many people as possible to come along and meet those we have arranged to have available to the community for advice. 

Finally, we’d like to thank the generosity and support towards the local community by the Holiday Inn, at The Square, Kenilworth by hosting this event for the town and its community.

We are looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible.

Don’t forget the time and date – 1030am to 1pm on Sunday 2 October 2022

For more information about those that will be in attendance please click on these links:

https://www.warwickshire.police.uk

https://www.eydens.co.uk/locks-locksmith-coventry

https://www.ultion-lock.co.uk

Attempted Burglary – Kenilworth

Please be aware that between 1600hrs on Friday 16 September and 1300hrs on Sunday 18 September 2022 offenders have smashed the window on a rear door, tampered with the rear door and interfered with external security systems wiring and lighting at a property at Tainters Hill, Kenilworth.

The offenders were unable to gain access to the property.

This is incident 157 of 18 September 2022

If you think you may have seen or heard something suspicious, have any CCTV footage or if you have any information about this incident then please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

Stolen Vehicle – Kenilworth

Please be aware that between 1815hrs on Wednesday 14 September and 0800hrs on Thursday 15 September 2022 offenders have stolen a blue Range Rover from a drive of a property Fennyland Lane, (off Common Lane), Kenilworth.

It is believed that the vehicle was stolen using a keyless interception system that can communicate between ignition keys inside a property and the vehicle.

Residents that have keyless ignition systems on their vehicle/s are advised to store their keys in a metal container (Faraday Cage) to block interception of the key signal.

This is incident 71 of 15 September 2022.

If you think you may have seen or heard anything suspicious, have any CCTV footage or information about this incident please contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

Missing Person Appeal – Kenilworth

Warwickshire Police are continuing to appeal for information to help locate 60-year-old Stewart Worthington, who has been reported missing from Kenilworth.

Stewart was last seen in the Bermuda Park area of Nuneaton on Tuesday morning.

He is white, of a slim build, around 5’10” tall, with short grey hair and blue eyes. He may be wearing a two tone coloured jumper with a visible white shirt underneath, and a jacket over the top.

It is believed he may be travelling in a silver Skoda Octavia with a vehicle registration ending SXK (pictured).

There is an increasing concern for Stewart’s welfare and consequently would urge anyone who may have seen him to please get in touch with Warwickshire Police by calling 101, quoting incident number 89 of 13 September 2022.