About Kenilworth

Kenilworth Castle - one of the most beautiful castles in England
Kenilworth is a small and historic town in the green heart of Warwickshire.

Dramatically portrayed amidst the gentle rolling countryside of Warwickshire, it is a memorable landmark of the powerful Normans, and a memorial to Elizabethan England.

Perhaps one of the most significant attractions of this beautiful town is Kenilworth castle. The Castle is described as England's most romantic ruin as it was here that Queen Elizabeth I was lavishly entertained by her favourite, Robert Dudley, son of John Dudley, Earl of Warwick in the 16th Century.

Kenilworth is also the perfect base from which to visit the multitude of interesting places nearby, including Abbey Fields, Little Virginia, Stoneleigh Abbey and Stoneleigh Park.

At the time of the 2001 Census of Population Kenilworth had a population of 23,219. Kenilworth town comprises three wards – Abbey Ward, Park Hill and St Johns. Your local Councillors are listed below:

The Town Council consists of 17 members elected from three Wards on a four yearly basis (last elected May 2003). The Mayor is elected from within the Council for a period of 12 months only. The Council committees meet on two monthly cycles totalling some 55 meetings a year.

More ways to contact Jeremy
Constituency Office

Wilton House,
Southbank Road,
Tel: 01926 853650

For a location map of the office, click here.

House of Commons Office

House of Commons,
Fax: 020 7219 0024