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Rediscovering Lost Garden of Avon

Rediscovering Lost Garden of Avon

IT’S one of Stratford’s least known little gems but over 150 years ago there was a magic Victorian garden to be found between Sheep Street and Bridge Street. The gardens were pure grandeur and included a water fountain with crescent, diamond, star and...

Wednesday, 10:00 in Regional West
 
Superfast broadband on its way to remote areas

Superfast broadband on its way to remote areas

CSW Broadband is to launch a new online service to help businesses and households map progress of ambitious roll-out plans in parts of Barton, Dorsington and Dunnington. The next locations getting access to the technology for the first time include...

Wednesday, 07:23 in Regional West
 
Penalty shoot-out heartache for Town after battling show

Penalty shoot-out heartache for Town after battling show

FOOTBALL Stratford Town 1-1 Solihull Moors Solihull Moors won 5-4 on penalties Birmingham Senior Cup, First Round STRATFORD Town’s hopes in the county cup were ended after Jazz Luckie’s shoot-out penalty was saved. The striker was the only player to...

Tuesday, 22:58 in Regional West
 
Stratford Mop Fair set to return tomorrow

Stratford Mop Fair set to return tomorrow

Stratford town centre will be packed with fairground rides tomorrow and Thursday as the popular mop fair returns once again. The traditional mop, which is followed a week later with the runaway mop, regularly attracts thousands of visitors and is...

Tuesday, 18:03 in Regional West
 
INTERVIEW: The Battle of the Sexes scriptwriter Simon Beaufoy

INTERVIEW: The Battle of the Sexes scriptwriter Simon Beaufoy

Scriptwriter Simon Beaufoy is responsible for such well-loved films as The Full Monty and Slumdog Millionaire. Stratford Samaritans are hosting a charity screening of his latest film, The Battle of the Sexes, tonight (10th October) at the Everyman...

Tuesday, 16:13 in Regional West
 
Police make tackling bike theft a priority

Police make tackling bike theft a priority

Stratford police have launched a renewed crackdown on cycle theft in the town. The action comes after the public voted to select tackling cycle theft as one the police’s priorities for the next three months. The latest police data reveals that in the...

Tuesday, 15:22 in Regional West
 
Man dies following collision in Stratford

Man dies following collision in Stratford

An elderly man has died following a road traffic collision in Stratford yesterday. The collision took place close to Tesco on Birmingham Road just before 4.50pm when the victim’s car collided with another car and a tree. Two ambulances, a paramedic...

10 October 2017 in Regional West
 
Former Tory party leader to speak at business conference

Former Tory party leader to speak at business conference

FORMER Conservative party leader, Iain Duncan Smith, will be the keynote speaker at a major business conference in Stratford-upon-Avon. The architect of welfare reforms will be among those who will talk at the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of...

10 October 2017 in Regional West
 
Celebrating Stratford’s first Engage 50+ Festival

Celebrating Stratford’s first Engage 50+ Festival

A special event showcasing the activities available to over 50s in the area was held at King Edward VI School in Stratford last month. The town’s first Engage 50+ Festival on 30th September saw community groups, businesses and organisations like...

10 October 2017 in Regional West
 
Adams calls for a show of character from Town in Senior Cup clash

Adams calls for a show of character from Town in Senior Cup clash

FOOTBALL CARL Adams will demand a show of character from his Stratford Town players as they turn their attention to the Birmingham Senior Cup tonight (Tuesday). The Town manager was furious with the performance on Saturday when Stratford suffered a...

10 October 2017 in Regional West
 
£50,000 research into new ways of cancer care

£50,000 research into new ways of cancer care

A £50,000 research project will look at new ways of delivering cancer care. Clinicians at South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust and The Shakespeare Hospice will lead the project that is being funded by businessman Sir Peter Rigby’s charitable...

10 October 2017 in Regional West
 
Community group secures Ken Kennett Centre funding

Community group secures Ken Kennett Centre funding

Stratford’s Ken Kennett Centre is finally set to be refurbished after a community group set up to run the facility secured a £9,700 start-up fund to get the ball rolling. It has been a rocky road to get to this point, but the district council’s pledge...

10 October 2017 in Regional West
 

Reception Class Supplement – get yours quick…

DID your son or daughter start school in September? Our photographer has been out and about across the region and captured your little ones in their reception classes which we’ve compiled into a special 16-page supplement for you to treasure. But…...

9 October 2017 in Regional West
 
Police chief’s award for outstanding support given by sexual abuse charity

Police chief’s award for outstanding support given by sexual abuse charity

HEAD of local policing for Warwickshire, Chief Superintendent, Alex Franklin-Smith, is commending two of Safeline’s Independent Sexual Violence Advisors, for the superb work they did in supporting a vulnerable young woman was raped in her own home in...

9 October 2017 in Regional West
 
Have your say on Warwick community issues

Have your say on Warwick community issues

THE next Warwick Central Community Forum takes place at 6.30pm on Thursday 19th October at Warwickspace. Police say the priority options are: School Parking patrols. Concerns continue from motorists, residents and parents regarding parking around all...

9 October 2017 in Regional West
 
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