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£470,000 Toll House restoration project completed

£470,000 Toll House restoration project completed

A £470,000 project to restore Stratford’s historic Old Toll House was finally completed last week and has been opened by the mayor. The building, which had been in a dilapidated state for a number of years, was saved by the Stratford Historic Buildings T

13 September 2017 in Regional West
 
Criminals steal £16,000 of equipment from Studley fishing shop

Criminals steal £16,000 of equipment from Studley fishing shop

Studley man, Gary Mills has been left feeling heartbroken after £16,000 worth of fishing equipment was stolen from his family business in Studley, The Mill Tackle. During the early hours of the morning on Friday 8th September, three men aged between 18-2

13 September 2017 in Regional West
 
Early designs revealed for controversial relief road

Early designs revealed for controversial relief road

FIRST design proposals for Stratford’s controversial South Western Relief Road have all been branded as a ‘huge concrete flyover’ by the group fighting the plan. The proposed relief road is a highly divisive issue in Stratford with a group of residents c

13 September 2017 in Regional West
 
Early goal blitz destroys Stratford’s hopes at Hereford

Early goal blitz destroys Stratford’s hopes at Hereford

FOOTBALL Hereford 5 Stratford Town 2 Southern Premier Report by Bryan Hale HEREFORD scored four times in 11 first-half minutes to send Stratford to back-to-back defeats at a wet and windy Edgar Street on Tuesday. Town’s starting line-up showed one change

13 September 2017 in Regional West
 
Football club takeover pair deny fraud

Football club takeover pair deny fraud

A court has heard that a South Warwickshire businessman and a builder stripped the gate receipts from home games at a struggling League Two football club they were trying to take over. Stephen Murrall (49) of Mill Court, Shipston-on-Stour, and Peter Harr

13 September 2017 in Regional West
 
Youngsters join calls to save village playing field

Youngsters join calls to save village playing field

Youngsters in Moreton Morrell have joined the voices calling for the village playing field to be saved, by making posters. The playing field is currently at the centre of a dispute involving Moreton Morrell College and Moreton Morrell Parish Council. The

13 September 2017 in Regional West
 
Police to launch knife surrender event

Police to launch knife surrender event

An operation to remove dangerous weapons from Warwickshire’s streets has been launched by the police. For four weeks from 18th September Warwickshire Police will be supporting the ongoing national knife surrender campaign, designed to raise awareness of

12 September 2017 in Regional West
 
‘Godfather of theatre’ Sir Peter Hall dies

‘Godfather of theatre’ Sir Peter Hall dies

Sir Peter Hall, founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company, has died aged 86, the theatre has confirmed. He passed away on Monday at University College hospital in London, with his family at his bedside. Why, man, he doth bestride the narrow world Like a C

12 September 2017 in Regional West
 
RSC announce spring/summer 2018

RSC announce spring/summer 2018

Six new shows, all helmed by female directors, are coming to the Royal Shakespeare Company in the spring/summer of 2018, the company has announced today. The shows include three of Shakespeare’s most popular titles – Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet and The Mer

12 September 2017 in Regional West
 
No sign of ancient art folding

No sign of ancient art folding

FIFTY years of organised origami in the UK was celebrated at the British Origami Society’s convention, at the Crowne Plaza, in Stratford-upon-Avon. A full, three-day programme began on the Friday morning, including a lecture by American physicist Dr Robe

12 September 2017 in Regional West
 
Pollock determined to star in all forms of cricket

Pollock determined to star in all forms of cricket

CRICKET Report by Brian Halford WARWICKSHIRE and Birmingham Bears batsman Ed Pollock is targeting first-team cricket in all formats after signing a contract extension until the end of the 2018 season. Pollock’s emergence as a vibrant force at the top of

12 September 2017 in Regional West
 
Drinkwater bags hat-trick as Shipston roar back to form

Drinkwater bags hat-trick as Shipston roar back to form

FOOTBALL JAMES Drinkwater netted a hat-trick to fire Shipston Excelsior to a devastating 8-1 win at home to Castle Vale Town in Midland League Division Three. Drinkwater lead the way as Shipston cruised to their biggest win of the season with the perfect

11 September 2017 in Regional West
 
Recycled laptops available through community scheme

Recycled laptops available through community scheme

THE county has 120 recycled laptops available for community groups, voluntary organisations, town and parish councils to use for free, as part of a Community Computers Scheme for 2017. Warwickshire County Council is pleased to announce that community or

11 September 2017 in Regional West
 
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