Useful Contacts and Resources

Some useful information provided by various Government and other local websites.

On Line Networking Thursday 24th September at 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m.

You are invited to Kenilworth Chamber online and informal networking – sharing ideas, supporting local business, building a network and maintaining your business profile.

Join our Zoom Meeting

Look forward to seeing you there!

Topic: Kenilworth Chamber online Lunchtime Networking
Time: Sep 24, 2020 12:30 PM London

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 876 6069 9820
Passcode: Thursday

New date for The Worthies!

Thank you to everybody for taking the time to nominate their favourite person or business in Kenilworth. We had a great number of nominations in all categories however, due to the current situation we had to take the decision to postpone The Worthies.

We now have a new date of Thursday 29th April 2021 at Chesford Grange.

We will keep you posted as we get the nomination and voting process back on track!



The Kenilworth Chamber of Trade has been established for over 30 years and is the voice of business owners and retailers in Kenilworth. Some of the benefits of membership…

  • Connect with like-minded businesses
  • Build stronger relationships
  • Wider networking opportunities
  • Special member offers

Find Out More…


Meet the committee!


Sarah Kershaw, My Extra Colleague


Committee Member

Sue Powell of Marine Engineering Services.

Sue has engaged in and supported the Chamber for many years and continues to provide advice and support to the committee and members.

Members’ Newsletter

Kate Hunter of Bear Cleaning


Membership Secretary

Sharon Haines of Leaders Estate Agents



Rebecca Warwick of Fundamental Associates

Rebecca undertakes specific short term projects on behalf of the committee.


Caroline Bates, Davidson Mahon Solicitors


Social Media

Claire Henley, Treehouse Social



Maxine Haddleton


Vice Chair

Dan Retter, RG Focus



Skills Breakfast Meeting for Local Businesses

November 24, 2016

Skills breakfast meeting for local businesses on 24th November 

One way for businesses to tackle skills shortages is to recruit school and college leavers.  Businesses can save around £5,000 each time they recruit a school or college leaver directly (Source: ACAS report 2015). More than a thousand 16-18 year olds leave Warwickshire schools and colleges every year. More and more ‘A’ level students are choosing to go into work with continuing training and development rather than go to university.
Warwickshire County Council and Warwick District Council are pleased to invite you to a breakfast meeting with the Headteachers of local secondary schools on 24th November 8 – 9.30a.m. at the Episode Hotel, Leamington Spa, CV32 4JL.
The purpose of the meeting is to enable businesses and schools to discuss their skills challenges and form new relationships. This may lead to joint-working to develop the employability skills of students.
Mr Jassa Panessar, Headteacher of Campion School will talk about the importance of the school’s work with businesses. National Grid and Warwick Castle have confirmed they will attend and speak about the benefits they gain from working with schools and colleges.
To book your free place call Tomasz on 01926-418027 or email

Find out more about the scheme here