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Queen’s wedding cake resurrected with scanning tech

Queen’s wedding cake resurrected with scanning tech

CUTTING-edge technology has brought Queen Elizabeth II’s wedding cake back to life – thanks to research by WMG at the University of Warwick. Professor Mark Williams at WMG, alongside the British Sugarcraft Guild (BSG), employed 3D scanning technology to

Tuesday, 06:58 in Regional West
 
Youth vote on key issues that matter to them

Youth vote on key issues that matter to them

TACKLING racism, mental health issues and having the right to the living wage are just some of the key results young people from across Warwickshire have voted most prominent in this year’s VOX and Youth Parliament elections. On Thursday 9th February – a

Monday, 19:18 in Regional West
 
Take your seat for Shakespeare Lunch

Take your seat for Shakespeare Lunch

TICKETS for this year’s Shakespeare Birthday Lunch on Saturday, 22nd April, are now on sale at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s box office. The lunch at The Crowne Plaza in Stratford follows the traditional parade to Holy Trinity Church. It is being organ

Monday, 16:59 in Regional West
 
CCTV released after car vandalised

CCTV released after car vandalised

A CCTV image has been released of a man police would like to speak to following an incident in Henley-in-Arden. The back window of a silver Mercedes was smashed while it was parked on High Street in the town. It happened some time between 3pm on Friday,

Monday, 16:50 in Regional West
 
Residents petition to keep defibrillator outside

Residents petition to keep defibrillator outside

THE 400th resident in Henley-in-Arden, today (Monday 13th February), has signed a petition to help the town keep its 24-hour public-access defibrillator in its current High Street location. The defibrillator, in the entrance alcove to Co-Op, was funded b

Monday, 16:02 in Regional West
 
Weekend football round-up

Weekend football round-up

SHIPSTON Excelsior and Alcester Town both had to settle for a point following an action-packed 1-1 draw at London Road on Saturday. The visitors started well and their pressure was rewarded when a Goodhall shot was steered in by Matt Layton. Shipston got

Monday, 15:02 in Regional West
 
Archers actress Sara Coward dies

Archers actress Sara Coward dies

The much-loved local actress Sara Coward died yesterday at a Leamington palliative care home after a battle with cancer. Following a mastectomy two years ago, Sara found a lump in her neck and was last year told the cancer was terminal. Sara had played t

Monday, 14:06 in Regional West
 
Man waves machete in Bidford High Street

Man waves machete in Bidford High Street

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a man waved a machete in stopped traffic in High Street, Bidford last Thursday. Several vehicles were stuck in the street. One of the drivers got out of his vehicle and waved a machete while threatening one of the

Monday, 12:57 in Regional West
 
Man died in serious crash on Fosse Way

Man died in serious crash on Fosse Way

AN elderly man was confirmed dead at the scene of a serious three-car crash on Friday (10th February). The crash happened shortly after 12.50pm, on Friday, on the A429 Fosse Way, near to Aston Magna – and closed a stretch of the road from Tredington roun

Monday, 12:57 in Regional West
 
Stratford Racecourse strikes sponsorship deal with Sky Bet

Stratford Racecourse strikes sponsorship deal with Sky Bet

WITH just five weeks to go to the start of the new jumps season, which gets underway on Monday, 13th March, Stratford have announced a major partnership with Sky Bet, the first time the bookmakers have sponsored at the course. There will be a number of v

Monday, 10:07 in Regional West
 
REVIEW The Lego Batman Movie

REVIEW The Lego Batman Movie

LEGO is nothing new. It’s been around in its plastic form since 1947. Such is its continued popularity it has never been in need of experiencing a resurgence, but it has still enjoyed one in recent years. The secret if its new ‘success’ has been its dive

Sunday, 20:29 in Regional West
 
Large rise in serious accidents on Warwickshire’s roads

Large rise in serious accidents on Warwickshire’s roads

New figures have revealed that the number of people killed or seriously injured in Road Traffic collisions in our region has risen dramatically in the past year. The Department for Transport figures for the year ending September 2016, reveal that in Warw

Sunday, 16:18 in Regional West
 
Warwick is getting ready to flip pancakes in annual races

Warwick is getting ready to flip pancakes in annual races

THE Mayor of Warwick will be starting the annual pancake races, organised by the Rotary Club of Warwick, on Tuesday 28th February. Children from primary schools in the area, will keep a tradition alive by racing in Warwick’s Market Square. Teams from six

Sunday, 15:29 in Regional West
 
Stratford AC’s Pozzi storms to British 60m hurdles title

Stratford AC’s Pozzi storms to British 60m hurdles title

STRATFORD AC’s Andrew Pozzi retained his 60m hurdles hurdles title on the first day of the British Athletics Indoor Team Trials in Sheffield. The 24-year-old clocked a time of 7.44 in the heats to break the stadium record before coming home a clear winne

Sunday, 15:02 in Regional West
 
Flying Angel claims Kingmaker honours at Warwick

Flying Angel claims Kingmaker honours at Warwick

GLOUCESTERSHIRE trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies was the man to follow on Saturday, as Flying Angel, ridden by his son Willie, took Warwick’s feature Grade 2 Betway Kingmaker Novices’ Chase, the first leg of a valuable stable treble on the afternoon, writes

Sunday, 15:02 in Regional West
 
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