November 2014 - Local Shopping in Smith Street, Warwick | Party 2014

Barbers of Warwick on Smith Street – Award winning grooming products

logo Barbers of WarwickThe Barbers of Warwick here on Smith Street are official stockists of the award winning  grooming products, BlueBeards Revenge.

BlueBeards products have won (Again) the FHM Awards for “Grooming Brand of The Year 2014”

10646961_829871550367429_1431588188655377077_nThe Barbers of Warwick have been stockists of BlueBeards since 2012.

The Paraben free products off extremely great value. The Shaving Cream and the Shaving Solution can deliver up to 50 shaves per unit.
Paul, the owner of Barbers of Warwick recommends the Pre Shave Oil. “As a fella who has a strong beard growth, I find that a pre shave oil up before the lather is the key to a longer lasting  shave”

For any shaving advice or to purchase any of The BlueBeards Revenge products visit The Barbers of Warwick on Smith Street.

By Paul Evans | Categories Barbers of Warwick, News

On Street Parking

On November 1st 2014 the on street parking enforcement was taken over by a private contractor.

Warwickshire County Council put offers for tender by private parking contractors. A company called NSL won the bid process and now are the county’s parking enforcement operator.

Currently there are 30 civil enforcement officers for Warwickshire. Under the arrangements we will not see a traffic warden presence like we are used to. It appears that NSL will operate a “Out of car – drop on enforcement” style.

This means that a car or van will turn up with enforcement (traffic wardens) officers inside, get out, check tickets, issue a penalty notice and then leave by car to the next street or town.

Previous arrangements by Warwick District Council had the wardens patrolling, which acted as deterrent and as a reminder to get a ticket because they were out and about. Now members of the public may be lulled into a false sense of security because they won’t be seeing the wardens until its too late.

Our advice is to always buy a parking ticket, its just not worth the risk. We suspect that NSL will want to maximise their income from enforcement notices and we are unsure about their process if you should wish to appeal against a fine. Use the link above to find out more about appeals process.

It a appears that NSL have a bit of form:

However I suspect that NSL have resolved any problems that have shown up on any Google searches freely available to anyone.


When the contract was taken over their were 25 ticket machines not working. This was across the county not just Warwick.

By Paul Evans | Categories News