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WIN: luxury stay, meal and wine tasting for two at new hotel

WIN: luxury stay, meal and wine tasting for two at new hotel

STRATFORD’S Hotel du Vin will officially open on Tuesday, 1st May – and you could be among the first guests. The brand new hotel, in Rother Street, which is already taking bookings and has been spread across two beautifully converted Grade II-Listed...

19 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Ballinger proud as Stratford Town Youth reach League Cup final

Ballinger proud as Stratford Town Youth reach League Cup final

SECOND-half goals from George Kirby and Alfie Boylin propelled Stratford Town Youth into the final of the MFYL League Cup after a 2-0 semi-final victory over Wednesfield at the MoodChimp Stadium on Wednesday night, writes Bryan Hale. Both sides made a...

19 April 2018 in Regional West
 
In this week’s Herald . . .

In this week’s Herald . . .

NEW demands to ditch relief road – that’s our front page headline this week as the heat is turned up on the two councils who are driving the much-talked-about Stratford-upon-Avon Transport Strategy. Also in this week’s Herald: Community rallies after...

19 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Newman is Stratford’s top finisher at Leamington Regency 10k

Newman is Stratford’s top finisher at Leamington Regency 10k

STRATFORD-upon-Avon Athletic Club members enjoyed considerable success at the Wright Hassall Leamington Regency 10k with three age category winners and a further three podium finishers in their respective age categories. The club occupied the top two...

19 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Portobello Crossroads work delayed again

Portobello Crossroads work delayed again

Road safety campaigners are frustrated at yet another delay in installing vital road safety improvements at Portobello Crossroads, a notorious accident blackspot. There have been a number of serious accidents at the junction over recent years,...

19 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Adams earns ‘six star’ medal at blustery Boston Marathon

Adams earns ‘six star’ medal at blustery Boston Marathon

THE Boston Marathon was hit with extreme cold, wet and windy conditions, but that didn’t get in the way of Stratford AC’s Emily Adams completing her set of World Marathon Majors finishes. Adams, who has previously competed in the five other races in...

18 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Stone ready for a ‘bizarre’ feeling as he prepares to face former team-mates

Stone ready for a ‘bizarre’ feeling as he prepares to face former team-mates

WARWICKSHIRE fast-bowler Olly Stone admits it will be a “bizarre” feeling when he faces his former team-mates Northamptonshire in the Specsavers County Championship at Wantage Road on Friday. Against the club he first joined as a 13-year-old, Stone...

18 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Postbox tribute to Shakespeare

Postbox tribute to Shakespeare

A special edition postbox adorned with lines from the Bard’s most famous plays has taken pride of place on High Street. The Royal Mail commissioned postbox, which will be in place for the next month, has been installed to mark Shakespeare’s birthday....

18 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Link talks mean Hatton homes are back up for approval

Link talks mean Hatton homes are back up for approval

DISCUSSIONS over including a direct pedestrian link between the proposed extension of the Hatton Park estate and the original site are to take place. The details have been revealed in documents that are set to go before Warwick District Council’s...

18 April 2018 in Regional West
 
College retains ‘good’ Ofsted grade

College retains ‘good’ Ofsted grade

WARWICKSHIRE College has been rated ‘good‘ following a recent Ofsted inspection. The group got the second highest rating in all eight areas inspected. It is the second time in a row that it has been rated as ‘good’ overall, having been previously...

18 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Camille is ‘over the moon’ to win Stratford-Salariya Picture Book Prize

Camille is ‘over the moon’ to win Stratford-Salariya Picture Book Prize

LUNA and the Moon Rabbit by Camille Whitcher is the winner of the inaugural Stratford-Salariya Picture Book Prize, a competition held by the Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival and Salariya Book Company to find a picture book by an unpublished...

18 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Lloyds to close another local branch

Lloyds to close another local branch

LLOYDS Bank has announced a new raft of branch closures with one in south Warwickshire on the list of 49. The branch on High Street in Henley-in-Arden will close on 3rd October. It is the only bank in the town following the closure of Barclays in...

18 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Health focus at senior citizen conference in Stratford

Health focus at senior citizen conference in Stratford

STRATFORD District’s Senior Citizen’s Action Network (SCAN) Annual Conference takes place next week on Tuesday 24th April and will focus on health and the NHS. This year’s event will be held at Stratford Racecourse and will look at how the NHS works...

18 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Five first-half goals leads Stratford Town to emphatic win

Five first-half goals leads Stratford Town to emphatic win

STRATFORD Town ended their five-game losing run in some style as they romped to an emphatic 6-2 victory over St Ives at the ProEdge Stadium on Tuesday night, writes Bryan Hale. Town effectively wrapped up the points in a storming first half which saw...

17 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Destination… management for Bidford’s Ben

Destination… management for Bidford’s Ben

SHAKESPEARE’S England, the destination management organisation for Warwickshire, recently announced that 16-year-old Ben Archer from Bidford will be its first destination management apprentice. Shakespeare’s England is however a very small, hands on...

17 April 2018 in Regional West
 
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