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Stratford traders welcome appointment of new market operator

Stratford traders welcome appointment of new market operator

TRADERS have welcomed the appointment of a new company to operate Stratford Market, following criticism of the current operator over the past year. LSD Promotions, who already run the Christmas Market, will take over from the current operator Geraud in O

yesterday, 20:25 in Regional West
 
Heritage organisations share Arts Council cash

Heritage organisations share Arts Council cash

THE Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in Stratford-upon-Avon, the British Motor Museum in Gaydon and Compton Verney are to get funding as part of the Arts Council England’s National Portfolio for the first time. SBT and the British Motor Museum will each get

yesterday, 17:28 in Regional West
 
Bears keep Middleton Cup hopes alive with impressive win

Bears keep Middleton Cup hopes alive with impressive win

WARWICKSHIRE kept their Middleton Cup hopes alive with an impressive 142-93 success over Herefordshire at Welford. After the previous week’s disappointing result, the Bears knew they had to pick up as many points as possible and hope Somerset did them a

yesterday, 15:23 in Regional West
 
Emergency services called to supermarket car park

Emergency services called to supermarket car park

A WOMAN escaped with minor injuries, when a car collided with a trolley bay, in Tesco car park, in Stratford-upon-Avon, yesterday (Monday 26th June). West Midlands Ambulance Service reported that an 89-year-old lady was taken to Warwick Hospital for asse

yesterday, 14:29 in Regional West
 
Stratford schools put on promenade Julius Caesar: When in Rome, roam!

Stratford schools put on promenade Julius Caesar: When in Rome, roam!

ALVESTON Primary School is one of 12 in Stratford taking part in a promenade performance of Julius Caesar in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company. In all 400 schoolchildren, aged between seven and 17, will take part in performances next Wedne

yesterday, 12:06 in Regional West
 
Car park chaos at Bridgefoot

Car park chaos at Bridgefoot

VISITORS faced chaos and confusion over the weekend as a new traffic management system at Bridgefoot car park, Stratford-upon-Avon failed forcing customers to queue for 20 minutes or more to pay for their parking. A new automatic number plate recognition

yesterday, 11:51 in Regional West
 
Baird joins Racing Club Warwick as assistant manager

Baird joins Racing Club Warwick as assistant manager

RACING Club Warwick have appointed former Southam United boss Alex Baird as their new assistant manager. Baird joins a spate of new additions to the club’s coaching staff, which has also seen Stuart Floyd link up as the club’s new youth team manager. “I’

yesterday, 11:05 in Regional West
 
Cyber scams still costing almost £9m

Cyber scams still costing almost £9m

CYBER criminals have netted almost £1million less in online scams that targeted Warwickshire residents. The findings of the county’s second online crime survey have been published, with the headline figure being the estimated £8.8million that was lost to

yesterday, 10:33 in Regional West
 
An invasion of Morphs?!

An invasion of Morphs?!

On Sunday, 18th June the Chapel service at Warwick School celebrated the ‘Warwick Field.’ The ‘Field’ is an art installation that comprises over 1,200 individual clay figures. Viewed alone they are charming but solitary. Seen together they celebrate what

yesterday, 10:11 in Regional West
 
Willis on course for Wimbledon after qualifying win

Willis on course for Wimbledon after qualifying win

WARWICK’S Marcus Willis produced an impressive display to beat Andrej Martin of Slovakia in the first round of Wimbledon qualifying. Willis, who is a coach at Warwick Boat Club, won 7-5 7-5 against Martin, a player ranked 226 places higher at 148 in the

yesterday, 10:00 in Regional West
 

International operation against human trafficking and exploitation supported by police

AN international campaign to raise awareness of modern day slavery, human trafficking and exploitation for sexual purposes, has been supported by Warwickshire Police. The UK part of the one-week international operation is being led by the National Crime

yesterday, 06:05 in Regional West
 
Energy firm up for national award

Energy firm up for national award

ENERGY broker Jutton Associates Limited has been shortlisted in this year’s year’s TELCAs, the Energy Live Consultancy Awards. The company, based in Wellesbourne, is one of seven nominated in the Energy Buying Team category. In all there are 84 companies

Monday, 20:54 in Regional West
 

PHOTO GALLERY Acorns Bubble Rush 2017

AN ARMY of 1,500 foamy fundraisers descended on Hatton Adventure World on Saturday for the Acorns Bubble Rush. They ran, jogged or walked around a 5km course through a sea of multicoloured frothy bubbles to raise around £28,000 in vital funds for Acorns

Monday, 20:03 in Regional West
 
Council agree to underwrite Ken Kennett refurbishment costs

Council agree to underwrite Ken Kennett refurbishment costs

The refurbishment of Stratford’s Ken Kennett Centre appears back on track after Stratford Town Council agreed to provide £20,000 in funding. In reality the council is underwriting half the refurbishment costs and is expected to get the money back once se

Monday, 18:10 in Regional West
 
Police seek witnesses to puppy sales from car boot

Police seek witnesses to puppy sales from car boot

POLICE are investigating a second incident of puppies being sold from the boot of a car, in Alcester. Warwickshire Police is looking into the ‘suspicious circumstances’, following the sighting in a car park in Moorfield Road, on Thursday (22nd June) morn

Monday, 17:40 in Regional West
 
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