The Kenilworth Abbey Advisory Committee (KAAC) was originally formed in 1974 by the Kenilworth History Society. A constitution was adopted in 1996 and KAAC has continued to function ever since.
Kenilworth Civic Society was formed in May 1961, to work towards the improvement and development of the town’s amenities, while protecting the Town’s heritage, character areas, and green spaces.
Kenilworth Family History Society is a Branch of BMSGH. We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (except August) at 7:45pm in the Kenilworth Centre, Abbey End, Kenilworth. Meetings are open to members and non-members for a fee of £1 and we have a variety of speakers on interesting subjects.
We are a friendly and informal voluntary group, working in cooperation with the Warwickshire County Council. Our main aim is to clear and waymark a hundred plus rights of way - footpaths and bridleways in Kenilworth and the surrounding parishes.
The objective of the Society is the promotion of members' and public interest in their heritage by discovering, recording, publishing, or by any other means, the history and archaeology of the Kenilworth area.
The Kineton History Group was founded in 1987 to encourage an interest in Kineton and District through the study of local history.
Kingsbury History Society was formed in 1983 to research and record the history of Kingsbury and its environs. We have produced several local history books and a DVD and participate in history based exhibitions and special events. We hold regular monthly meetings to which outside speakers are invited and enjoy trips to places of historic interest.
Knowle Local History Society is an independent organisation formed to promote the history of Knowle for the benefit of the residents of Knowle and the wider public. The Society runs a programme of meetings on local topics open to the public free of charge.