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Battling Town denied point as leaders bag late winner

Battling Town denied point as leaders bag late winner

Stratford Town 0 Chippenham Town 1 Evo-Stik Southern League, Premier Division Report by Bryan Hale TABLE-TOPPERS Chippenham completed the seasonal double over Stratford, thanks to a late penalty in a closely-fought game which for long periods seemed cert

18 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Firefighters tackle shed and chimney fires

Firefighters tackle shed and chimney fires

FIREFIGHTERS were called to a fire in a storage shed at a property on Welford Road in Long Marston in the early hours of Saturday morning. A crew from Stratford and another from Bidford spent almost two hours at the scene. They were called shortly after

18 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Traffic lights to go up on Clopton Bridge this September

Traffic lights to go up on Clopton Bridge this September

A new traffic light system will be installed on the south side of Clopton Bridge later this year it has been revealed. During last week’s Stratford Transport, Stratford District Councillor Robert Vaudry said that the new traffic lights will go up this Se

18 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Harry prepares to wow viewers on ‘let it Shine’

Harry prepares to wow viewers on ‘let it Shine’

A Stratford teenager is preparing to wow a national TV audience tonight as he takes part in the semi-finals of BBC talent show ‘Let it Shine’. Harry Brown, 17, has battled right the way through from the competition’s early rounds to reach this stage, and

18 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Stratford Sports Awards winners are annouced

Stratford Sports Awards winners are annouced

THE winners of the 2017 Stratford-on-Avon Sports Awards were announced at Stratford ArtsHouse last night. During the evening there was a moving and emotion standing ovation to Bishopton Primary School pupil and young Stratford Town player Enzo Buquet, wh

18 February 2017 in Regional West
 
New defibrillator installed at Stratford Recreation Ground

New defibrillator installed at Stratford Recreation Ground

A NEW defibrillator was formally unveiled at the Rec, in Stratford, on Saturday (11th February), ahead of the weekly Stratford Park Run. Simon Teale, joint event director, of Stratford Park Run, said that fundraising for the defibrillator started in Octo

17 February 2017 in Regional West
 
REVIEW: La Strada, The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

REVIEW: La Strada, The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

‘Magic and wonder lights up the dark’ Reviewed on 14th February BASED on legendary Italian director Federico Fellini’s 1957 Oscar-winning film, La Strada, this production is a remarkably ambitious undertaking. The film does not seem an obvious choice for

17 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Police investigate suspected crash for cash scam near Alcester

Police investigate suspected crash for cash scam near Alcester

Police are investigating a report of two motorists deliberately breaking in front of other drivers on a roundabout near Alcester, in what is believed to be a ‘crash for cash’ type scam. Two cars were reported acting this way on the Oversley Mill service

17 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Warwick’s Market Hall Museum to re-open tomorrow

Warwick’s Market Hall Museum to re-open tomorrow

Warwick’s historic Market Hall Museum will re-open to the public tomorrow following a £1.5million modernisation program. To celebrate the re-opening the museum is offering free entry to the public for the day. New accessible technology has been integrate

17 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Lightning Seeds to headline Camper Calling

Lightning Seeds to headline Camper Calling

The Lightning Seeds will headline the opening night of Camper Calling at Ragley Hall in August organisers have announced. Indie rockers Cast and rock legends Reef will also perform at the festival alongside a host of other top acts including Space, The O

17 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Houses to be built on care home site

Houses to be built on care home site

A CARE home that closed down after getting an inadequate rating is to be converted into houses. A planning application has been submitted to convert Roxburgh House on Warwick Road, Kineton, into four self-contained homes, each with three bedrooms and the

17 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Jobless rise ‘sets off no alarm bells’

Jobless rise ‘sets off no alarm bells’

UNEMPLOYMENT rose at the start of 2017 in Warwickshire, latest figures show. In the month to January, the claimant count jumped from from 3,505 to 3,705. It follows several consecutive months of the figure falling. The announcement of the most recent fig

16 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Man arrested following fatal collision at Gaydon

Man arrested following fatal collision at Gaydon

An elderly woman has died following a road traffic collision at Gaydon last night (Wednesday). The collision happened at around 6pm on the B4451 and involved a white BMW and a grey Ford Fiesta. The driver of the BMW failed to stop at the scene. The drive

16 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Council approves Legoland centre in Birmingham

Council approves Legoland centre in Birmingham

Plans for a new Legoland attraction in Birmingham have been given the green-light by planners. The Legoland Discovery Centre will be built at the Barclaycard Arena and will be even bigger than a similar Legoland centre in Greater Manchester. The centre i

16 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Tory resignation triggers election

Tory resignation triggers election

THE chairman of Stratford UKIP and a former Mayor of Shipston will contest a by-election following the resignation of a Conservative member of Stratford District Council. Cllr Bart Dalla Mura had represented the council’s Red Horse ward for around 18 mon

16 February 2017 in Regional West
 
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