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VIDEO: Herald elections hustings

Stratford’s general elections candidates pulled no punches last week as they battled to win votes at the Herald’s Elections Hustings. Former BBC presenter/broadcaster Will Hanrahan chaired the hustings, doing well to steer the debate through a range of q

Friday, 10:44 in Regional West
 
Southam United pull out of the Midland League

Southam United pull out of the Midland League

SOUTHAM United will not be entering a team in the Midland Football League next season. The Saints have finished bottom of Midland League Division One for the past two seasons and they failed to register a win in the 2016/17 campaign. Chairman Charles Hil

Friday, 10:19 in Regional West
 
Dan’s the man again as Warwick’s season comes to a close

Dan’s the man again as Warwick’s season comes to a close

GLORIOUS sunshine greeted racegoers at Proudly Warwick Celebration Day, as the curtain came down on the course’s May Racing Carnival and another successful season, writes David Hucker. Dan Skelton has been setting a scorching pace at the top of the train

Friday, 09:49 in Regional West
 

VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Tour of Stratford’s new Everyman cinema

With Stratford’s gleaming Everyman cinema rapidly approaching completion, the Herald were  treated to an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the centre piece of the town’s new Bell Court development. Those walking through Bell Court could hardly have mis

Thursday, 23:32 in Regional West
 
Review concludes council is well run but not ambitious enough

Review concludes council is well run but not ambitious enough

STRATFORD District Council is well-run, but needs to be more ambitious. A so-called peer review, compiled by a team of officers and elected members from other councils elsewhere in the country, also acknowledges the council’s strong finances, high custom

Thursday, 17:55 in Regional West
 
Police step up armed patrols

Police step up armed patrols

MORE armed police are on the streets of Warwickshire, a senior county police officer has said. Martin Evans, assistant chief constable of Warwickshire Police, said the force was also reviewing public events that are due to take place in the wake of the M

Thursday, 17:29 in Regional West
 
Buddy rows against the tide for o2 challenge

Buddy rows against the tide for o2 challenge

THE mascot of a partnership between mobile phone company o2 and the NSPCC will be continuing its journey across the country along the River Avon today, Thursday. Tom Price and Rob Careless, who work at the o2 store in Evesham, will be rowing 15 miles ups

Thursday, 14:29 in Regional West
 
First homes to be built on Shottery development

First homes to be built on Shottery development

THE first 200 homes on a huge housing development in Shottery that has been on the drawing board for almost 20 years were given planning permission last night, Wednesday. Phase one of the development will see Bloor Homes built 124 homes for the open mark

Thursday, 12:00 in Regional West
 
Armed police at RSC Theatre as security increases across the UK

Armed police at RSC Theatre as security increases across the UK

Armed police were present at the RSC Theatre in Stratford last night as increased security measures were put in place across the country in response to Monday’s terrorist attack in Manchester. Catherine Mallyon, RSC Executive Director, said: “Exceptional

Thursday, 11:21 in Regional West
 
Pebworth gardens open this weekend

Pebworth gardens open this weekend

Pebworth has been selected to open on the National Garden Scheme flagship 90th Anniversary Festival Weekend this Saturday and Sunday (12midday to 6pm, entry £7, refreshments served). The Herald’s Focus magazine popped round to meet Wendi Weller, who live

Thursday, 10:38 in Regional West
 
In this week’s Herald . . .

In this week’s Herald . . .

THE future of Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse is in doubt as the Herald learns of major plans for the redevelopment of another area of the town centre. We can reveal how many bidders there are for Stratford-upon-Avon College and speak to the farmer on w

Thursday, 06:52 in Regional West
 
Wiltshire wilt under Warwickshire pressure

Wiltshire wilt under Warwickshire pressure

WARWICKSHIRE Ladies came out on top in their annual friendly bowls match against Wiltshire at Wellesbourne. Warwickshire won on all six rinks, with a final result of 126-79. Highest winning rink went to Pat Bax (Rugby Ladies) with Margaret Boldy (Avon),

Wednesday, 18:19 in Regional West
 
Go Into The Woods at Stratford ArtsHouse

Go Into The Woods at Stratford ArtsHouse

Chris Dobson has been involved in Stratford Musical Theatre Company for 17 years. Their latest production is Sondheim’s musical Into The Woods. Chris, who takes on the leading role of the baker, tells Herald arts what makes this an extraordinary must-see

Wednesday, 18:19 in Regional West
 
Baby girl escapes injury in Fosse Way crash

Baby girl escapes injury in Fosse Way crash

A two-week old baby girl escaped injury following a two-car road traffic collision on the Fosse Way this morning, though a 38-year-old woman was taken to hospital. The collision occurred just before 11.25am at Darlingscott, with the police, ambulance and

Wednesday, 18:19 in Regional West
 
Brennan leads Stratford AC to seventh-place finish

Brennan leads Stratford AC to seventh-place finish

STRATFORD AC claimed a comfortable top-ten finish in this year’s National Masters Road Relay Championship at a wet and windy Sutton Park. The club were represented by a team in the M65 age group, consisting of Roger Wilson, Phil Brennan and David Jones.

Wednesday, 18:00 in Regional West
 
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