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Jockey Jacob seals winning double at Stratford

Jockey Jacob seals winning double at Stratford

JOCKEY Daryl Jacob was the man in form at Stratford’s second meeting of the new season on Saturday, riding a double to the delight of another good-sized crowd soaking up the spring sunshine, writes David Hucker. Apache Song, runner-up at Doncaster on her

yesterday, 19:06 in Regional West
 
Brilliant Town put dent in Banbury’s play-off hopes

Brilliant Town put dent in Banbury’s play-off hopes

STRATFORD Town turned in one of their best performances of the season as they secured a 2-0 victory over local rivals Banbury United on Saturday, writes Bryan Hale. Goals from Will Grocott and Mike Taylor secured Town all three points as they dented Banb

yesterday, 19:06 in Regional West
 
Shipston High set for £2.25million expansion project

Shipston High set for £2.25million expansion project

DETAILS of a major £2.25million project to expand Shipston-on-Stour High School have been revealed. It will see nine new classrooms, staff offices, toilets and a new foyer built. The school said that a large number of new housing developments being built

yesterday, 17:46 in Regional West
 
Make your mother’s day!

Make your mother’s day!

CHILDREN are being invited to say it with flowers this Mother’s Day at a free event at the Guild Chapel in Stratford-upon-Avon. Families are invited to drop in anytime between 11am and 1pm on Saturday, 25th March, to make a posy for mum, using flowers pr

yesterday, 10:03 in Regional West
 
Coley-Smith shines on Swiss ski slopes

Coley-Smith shines on Swiss ski slopes

FOLLOWING in the tracks of Pippa and James Middleton, Wootton Wawen’s Alan Coley-Smith competed in the 49th Engadin Ski Marathon. This annual cross-country ski race is held on the second Sunday of March in the stunning surroundings of Switzerland’s upper

yesterday, 08:06 in Regional West
 
Zahawi banks eyewatering oil company bonus payout

Zahawi banks eyewatering oil company bonus payout

STRATFORD MP Nadhim Zahawi has been paid a £253,200 bonus by a Middle East oil company. Mr Zahawi was paid the bonus by Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP), which employs him as a part-time chief strategy officer. It was detailed in the updated Register of Mem

yesterday, 07:07 in Regional West
 
Where time stays the same…

Where time stays the same…

BRITISH summer time may be arriving tomorrow, Sunday, but the clocks at Snowshill Manor, near Broadway, will once again remain unchanged. Inside the manor there are 178 items within the horology collection, including around 60 clocks and clock movements,

yesterday, 06:16 in Regional West
 
Apache Song out to break duck at Stratford

Apache Song out to break duck at Stratford

AFTER attracting a good-sized crowd for the opening meeting of the 2017 season last week, Stratford manager Ilona Barnett will be hoping for more of the same on Saturday, when course bookmakers have helped swell the total prize fund to £50,000, writes Da

Friday, 21:43 in Regional West
 

VIDEO: Yokes galore for Red Nose Day

WITH Red Nose Day, the annual jambori of comedy, taking over the airwaves on BBC1 tonight people all over the Stratford district have been doing their wacky bit to support the charity’s good causes. It was no yoke at Tiddington Pre-School where manager J

Friday, 18:39 in Regional West
 
Bollards plan to protect Shakespeare’s Birthplace dropped

Bollards plan to protect Shakespeare’s Birthplace dropped

TALKS have been held between police and Warwickshire County Council over closing Henley Street in Stratford-upon-Avon to traffic following Wednesday’s terror attack in London. The idea was considered in the hours after a man mowed down several people on

Friday, 18:04 in Regional West
 
Key meeting held over Horton Hospital changes

Key meeting held over Horton Hospital changes

CRITICAL health care issues came under the spotlight in Stratford-upon-Avon on Friday at a meeting between Stratford-on-Avon district councillors and the Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group over proposed changes to services at the Horton Hospital in

Friday, 17:24 in Regional West
 
Young judges pass competition taste test

Young judges pass competition taste test

TWO pupils from Alveston Primary School were among the judges at this year’s School Chef of the Year competition. Sam Seaborn and Gracie Foley, both in year six, helped judged the quality of the meals cooked by the ten finalists from around the country.

Friday, 16:10 in Regional West
 
Barbour a cut above rivals in Tewkesbury Aquathlon

Barbour a cut above rivals in Tewkesbury Aquathlon

OSCAR Barbour claimed victory in the third round of the Tewkesbury Aquathlon. The Stratford Triathlon Club member clocked a swift 23.58 for the 400m swim and 5k run. His stunning swim of just 5.44 was topped off by his current impressive running form to

Friday, 15:17 in Regional West
 
Stratford Town youngsters reach League Cup final

Stratford Town youngsters reach League Cup final

STRATFORD Town Tornados under-13s are celebrating after reaching the final of the Ambassador Evesham League Cup. Despite missing several key players, Stratford produced their best performance of the season as they thrashed Badsey Rangers 5-0 in their sem

Friday, 10:33 in Regional West
 
Delight for Warwick School as they book double date at Twickenham

Delight for Warwick School as they book double date at Twickenham

WARWICK School’s under-15 rugby team have followed in the under-18s’ footsteps by qualifying for the NatWest Schools Cup final at Twickenham. A 33-22 semi-final victory over Ivybridge ensured the school will have two sides at rugby’s HQ next Wednesday, 2

Friday, 10:33 in Regional West
 
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