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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
 
Stratford AC’s ladies shine at Teddy Hall Relays

Stratford AC’s ladies shine at Teddy Hall Relays

EMILY Adams brought home Stratford AC’s ladies A team to an excellent 14th place in the Teddy Hall Relays in Oxford. The annual event, hosted by St Edmund Hall, provides a great opportunity to visit the historic Iffley Road track where Roger Bannister ra

Friday, 10:33 in Regional West
 
Early morning drugs raid in Stratford

Early morning drugs raid in Stratford

Police launched a dawn raid on a Stratford-upon-Avon property this morning as part on an operation targeting those suspected of being involved in the trade in Class A drugs. 12 officers from across the region took part in the operation, which focused on

Friday, 10:33 in Regional West
 
Refurbishment of Stratford’s iconic Falcon Hotel to begin

Refurbishment of Stratford’s iconic Falcon Hotel to begin

A multi-million project to refurbish Stratford’s iconic Falcon Hotel is due to start next month. When work is finished, the hotel will be re-branded as the Indigo Hotel Stratford-upon-Avon, though the owners have given reassurances that the Falcon name w

Friday, 06:59 in Regional West
 
Town sign former Southampton defender Thomas on loan from Kidderminster

Town sign former Southampton defender Thomas on loan from Kidderminster

STRATFORD Town have signed veteran defender Wayne Thomas on a one-month loan from Kidderminster Harriers. The former Stoke City and Southampton man has racked up more than 550 career appearances at all levels of the game and also he knows the non-league

23 March 2017 in Regional West
 
Power tools and lorry stolen in Henley

Power tools and lorry stolen in Henley

Police are appealing for witnesses after a large number of power tools and lorry were stolen from a storage container in Henley this week. A number of Makita and Stihi-branded power tools including chainsaws and disc cutters were taken from the container

23 March 2017 in Regional West
 
Firefighters rescue man stuck in mud

Firefighters rescue man stuck in mud

Fire crews rescued a man in Lower Quinton today after he became trapped up to his waist in mud whilst working on a building site. The incident was reported to the Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service at around 10.15am and two fire engines from Stratford,

23 March 2017 in Regional West
 
Council leaders insist they are committed to improving Birmingham Road traffic

Council leaders insist they are committed to improving Birmingham Road traffic

The leaders of Stratford District Council and Warwickshire County Council have moved to reassure residents that the Birmingham Road improvement Scheme is still very much alive. The message comes after the Herald revealed last week that the project had fa

23 March 2017 in Regional West
 
COMPETITION Win one of three £80 meals at PizzaExpress

COMPETITION Win one of three £80 meals at PizzaExpress

PIZZAEXPRESS in the heart of Warwick has reopened with a stylish new look. The revamp sees new pendant lights, feature chairs and jazz- themed decorations inspired by the PizzaExpress heritage, bringing a bright new look to the popular restaurant, locate

23 March 2017 in Regional West
 
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