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See some Grimm Tales this Saturday

See some Grimm Tales this Saturday

Steve Sutherland reviews Grimm Tales by Playbox Theatre at The Dream Factory, Warwick. the final performance is on Saturday, 11th November at 3pm. Call 01926 419555 for tickets. A VICIOUS beast is disembowelled, two innocent children beheaded, a...

10 November 2017 in Regional West
 
REVIEW: The Vortex at The Loft, leamington

REVIEW: The Vortex at The Loft, leamington

Productions of Noel Coward plays have tended to favour the well-known and wittier variety, such as Blithe Spirit, Present Laughter (both done splendidly by the Bear Pit recently), Private Lives and Relative Values. We know where we are with them, not...

10 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Double defeat for Bears as Sheffield show their Steel

Double defeat for Bears as Sheffield show their Steel

IT was a disappointing trip to Sheffield for Warwickshire Bears’ first and third teams as both sides suffered defeats on Sunday. The first team, taking on Sheffield Steelers in National League First Division South, went down 44-39. The first quarter...

10 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Children’s centres set to close following council decision

Children’s centres set to close following council decision

A controversial redesign of children centre services has been agreed by Warwickshire County Council, though Stratford, Alcester and Lighthorne Heath will be saved from the chop. The Cabinet agreed to approve the proposals yesterday after slightly...

10 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Players must take responsibility, says Shipston boss Hedderman

Players must take responsibility, says Shipston boss Hedderman

SHIPSTON boss Steve Hedderman could not hide his frustration as his side slumped to a heavy Midland League Division Three defeat in Hereford on Saturday. Hedderman’s side started strongly, before throwing away any chance of victory with some “school...

10 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Bells toll for church captain of 70 years

Bells toll for church captain of 70 years

MICKLETON’S John Kinchin has had bells ringing in his ears for 70 years — but on Saturday he retired as tower captain at the village church. However, he will still be pulling on the ropes with fellow bell-ringers whenever he can. It was back in 1947...

10 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Rugby World Cup winner Tindall to make guest appearance at Warwick Racecourse

Rugby World Cup winner Tindall to make guest appearance at Warwick Racecourse

BUSINESS Networking Raceday returns to Warwick on Friday with former England Rugby World Cup winning star Mike Tindall the guest speaker ahead of the afternoon’s seven-race card, writes David Hucker. Feature race of the day is the £15,000 Integral...

9 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Town back on track as they run Rugby ragged

Town back on track as they run Rugby ragged

STRATFORD Town Youth returned to winning ways in the MFYL Premier Division South with a comprehensive 4-0 success over struggling Rugby Town at Butlin Road on Wednesday night, writes Bryan Hale. Even with a squad decimated by injuries and illness they...

9 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Live theatre has power to shock

Live theatre has power to shock

In the age of big screens and digital video games and special effects does live theatre still have the power to shock? That was the question the Royal Shakespeare Company decided to answer, with scientific proof, when they collaborated with Ipsos...

9 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Offending drivers targeted in police operation

Offending drivers targeted in police operation

Lawbreaking motorists were targeted during a week-long campaign by Warwickshire Police this month. During Operation Tramline (31st October- 5th November) 75 motorists were stopped and spoken to with 50 offences reported. Officers from Warwickshire’s...

9 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Multi-million RSC costume workshop plan approved

Multi-million RSC costume workshop plan approved

A multi-million project to renovate and redevelop the RSC costume workshop on Waterside has been approved by planners at Stratford District Council. Members of the Western Area Planning Committee unanimously agreed to approve the application last...

9 November 2017 in Regional West
 
Win family tickets to Cinderella

Win family tickets to Cinderella

WITH Christmas less than seven weeks away, Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre has teamed up with the Herald to offer our readers the chance to be in the audience – oh yes they have! The cast for this year’s glittering pantomime, Cinderella, including...

9 November 2017 in Regional West
 
UPDATE: Cannabis arrest following Fosse Way fire

UPDATE: Cannabis arrest following Fosse Way fire

POLICE were called to a property on Fosse Way in Ettington at around 10.30am on  Wednesday following a report of a fire. Officers attended along with the fire service and a quantity of cannabis plants were discovered. A 40-year-old man from...

9 November 2017 in Regional West
 
In this week’s Herald. . .

In this week’s Herald. . .

WE bring you a bagful of exclusives on the front page of this week’s Herald – and we can guarantee you won’t have read these stories anywhere else – including an exciting announcement about the latest new business moving into Bell Court. We also bring...

9 November 2017 in Regional West
 
College announces new courses

College announces new courses

A RANGE of new courses have been announced by Stratford College as it prepares for its long talked about merger. Over a dozen new courses will significantly enhance its 16 to 18 provision, as well as bolstering its under-graduate level and...

8 November 2017 in Regional West
 
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