Latest update on the forthcoming Housing Development.



The Warwick District Council Planning portal has been updated for the forthcoming Housing Development in the neighbouring fields that adjoin our Ground for the planning application for the approval of reserved matters (external appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) for the erection of 125 dwellings pursuant to outline planning permission.

It’s reference number is W/19/0784.

This planning application is the most detailed to date and can be accessed by clicking onto:

It shows the proposed design and types of the dwellings that Bovis Homes are applying for, as well as the proposed site layout of the Housing Development.


There are now 48 documents published on the Application under the ‘Document’ tab. They are well worth viewing, so you are kept abreast of Bovis’ intentions and designs, especially the overall layout, which can be found as a document at:


There is no date yet for when the matter will be heard and considered by the Planning Committee. However, it is likely to be at June’s or July’s meeting.

Members will be kept informed of any further news of the Housing Development, as and when information is made available.


1st XI v. Moseley Ashfield

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2nd XI v. RMCC

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3rd XI v. Kineton II

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All Stars at the Club

Juniors take over the ground on Sunday 19th May

Sunday saw 36 children attend the All Stars coaching session at 9.30am and meet Twinkle the All Stars mascot. 24 U8s then took part in our own tennis ball tournament whilst the U9s took on Studley. Freddie Kelley took his first wicket for the club with some accurate bowling and Atreya Bhave struck the ball hard but their efforts were in vain as the U9s were over powered by a strong Studley side.

Meanwhile the U11s were playing in a hardball fixture at Leek Wootton and put up a spirited and competitive display narrowly losing by 19 runs, having lost 4 more wickets than Leek Wootton (at a cost of 20 runs).

The afternoon saw the U13s take to the field at home versus Bablake Old Boys. Kenilworth pegged Bablake back well and contained them to 109-8. Wickets were shared around the Kenilworth bowlers with Elliott Hunter, Henry Thomas, Akaash Verma, James Hughes and Andrew O’Reilly all having success. With no one fancying the opening role, James and Henry agreed to stride to the crease and managed to see off the opening bowlers leaving Will Sheehan and Patrick to shine with the bat against the spin to place us in contention. Patrick forced to retire having scored 30 left Will batting excellently at the crease but sadly he ran out of partners and was stranded not out with 29. Kenilworth all out for 93 in the nineteenth over.

A super day’s cricket for the juniors.


The Club Chairman meets Twinkle at the All Stars