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Baird named new manager at Southam United

Baird named new manager at Southam United

SOUTHAM United have named Alex Baird as their new manager. Baird replaces former boss Ian Ray, who stepped down following a humiliating 15-0 defeat to Racing Club Warwick on Boxing Day. As a player, Baird has made more than 450 appearances at step six le

13 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Conscientious objectors inspire new play This Evil Thing

Conscientious objectors inspire new play This Evil Thing

WELL-KNOWN actor and playwright Michael Mears brings his one-man play, This Evil Thing, about conscientious objectors in the First World War to Stratford’s Kempe Studio this Sunday. The play marks 100 years since conscription was bought in in 1916, here

12 January 2017 in Regional West
 
BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Williams: I blacked out

BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Williams: I blacked out

A MAN accused of murdering Bethany Hill in Stratford-upon-Avon last year told police that he blacked out on the night she died. During Thursday’s proceedings at Warwick Crown Court, members of the jury were read the interview Jack Williams gave to police

12 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Police investigate burglary at jewellers in Alcester

Police investigate burglary at jewellers in Alcester

POLICE are appealing for information following a burglary at a jewellers in Alcester town centre which is currently being investigated. An offender is believed to have forced entry to the front of the premises in Market Place off High Street around 3.30a

12 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Tempest ship launched in New Place gardens

Tempest ship launched in New Place gardens

A NEW sculpture The King’s Ship was unveiled in the garden of New Place, in Stratford, on Saturday (8th January). As part of the 400th anniversary celebrations of Shakespeare’s legacy, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust has created, on the ground of the pl

12 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Ex-BBC presenter faces jail after admitting air freshener spy cam charges

Ex-BBC presenter faces jail after admitting air freshener spy cam charges

A BBC gardening presenter faces jail after he admitted secretly filming female tenants showering using a camera hidden in an air freshener. Stephen Brookes, 55, set up the motion-activated device to capture the footage which could be downloaded to an app

12 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Georgie retains her county crown in style

Georgie retains her county crown in style

STRATFORD AC athletes enjoyed a fantastic day at the Warwickshire County Cross Country Championships. The junior athletes led the way with some tremendous performances and deserved honours, while the senior athletes were clearly inspired by what preceded

12 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Bears boost promotion chances with narrow win

Bears boost promotion chances with narrow win

WARWICKSHIRE Bears boosted their National League First Division South promotion hopes with a 55-50 victory over London Thunder. From the tip off, the game was a tough physical battle with both teams scoring basket for basket, and no team being able to ta

12 January 2017 in Regional West
 
In this week’s Herald . . .

In this week’s Herald . . .

READ our two-page special featuring all the evidence heard so far in the Bethany Hill murder trial at Warwick Crown Court – and we have the latest on Stratford-upon-Avon man and former BBC gardening guru Steve Brookes as he faces seven voyeurism charges

11 January 2017 in Regional West
 
PICTURE GALLERY: Stratford v Moseley Oak

PICTURE GALLERY: Stratford v Moseley Oak

HERALD photographer Mark Williamson covered Stratford’s Midlands 1 West match against Moseley Oak on Saturday. The Black and Whites suffered their eighth defeat of the season as Moseley claimed a 17-11 success at Pearcecroft. Full report and reaction in

11 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Adams frustrated as Town miss big opportunity

Adams frustrated as Town miss big opportunity

STRATFORD Town boss Carl Adams felt a great opportunity was lost as his side’s hopes of a run in the Southern League Cup came to a disappointing end at Bishops Cleeve on Tuesday night. Town were beaten 4-3 on penalties by the Evo-Stik Southern League Div

11 January 2017 in Regional West
 
Tributes to former mayor who lost battle with cancer

Tributes to former mayor who lost battle with cancer

GLOWING tributes from right across the community have been paid following the death of Alcester’s Lennox Cumberbatch who passed away on Friday 30th December. Lennox, aged 76, succumbed to cancer and his passing has led to an outpouring of affection and a

11 January 2017 in Regional West
 
‘Mad fool’ navigates Thames challenge for charity

‘Mad fool’ navigates Thames challenge for charity

STUART Kettell is going to try and travel 130 miles from Oxford to London on the River Thames using an Aquaskipper. Stuart, aged 52, from Hatton Park, is raising money for  Macmillan Cancer Support as he has done for the past 12 years which has seen him

11 January 2017 in Regional West
 
BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Court told of catalogue of knife wounds

BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Court told of catalogue of knife wounds

A FORENSIC pathologist has described the catalogue of knife wounds inflicted on Bethany Hill on the night she died. Dr Olaf Bierdrzycki, a specialist in the interpretation of injuries, carried out a post-mortem on Bethany’s body on 6th February last year

11 January 2017 in Regional West
 
BREAKING NEWS: Celebrity gardener admits voyeurism offences

BREAKING NEWS: Celebrity gardener admits voyeurism offences

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON TV gardening expert Steve Brookes has pleaded guilty to a string of voyeurism offences. Brookes, of Loxley Road, entered guilty pleas at Warwickshire Magistrates’ Court in Leamington Spa this morning, Wednesday, to seven charges of ob

11 January 2017 in Regional West
 


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