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Portobello improvement work delayed

Portobello improvement work delayed

VITAL improvements to the dangerous Portobello Crossroads on the Fosse Way near Shipston-on-Stour will be delayed, it has been confirmed. Work to install traffic lights at the notorious accident blackspot had been expected to start imminently. But Warwic

16 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Perkins leaves post as Stratford Town physio with a heavy heart

Perkins leaves post as Stratford Town physio with a heavy heart

EXPERIENCED physio Joe Perkins has left Stratford Town due to work commitments. Perkins joined the club in 2012, having previously worked with manager Carl Adams at Coleshill Town. The 50-year-old was part of an incredibly successful five years at the DC

16 May 2017 in Regional West
 
College in the saddle with cycling charity

College in the saddle with cycling charity

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON charity Cyclists Fighting Cancer (CFC) has teamed up with Stratford College to host a fundraising dinner inspired by the Tour de France. The six-course dinner will be held at the college’s Academy Restaurant on Thursday, 15th June. Ca

16 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Warwickshire County Council urges residents to ensure they’re safe online following recent attacks

Warwickshire County Council urges residents to ensure they’re safe online following recent attacks

FOLLOWING the recent spate of cyber attacks, and with warnings of more to come, Warwickshire County Council is reminding Warwickshire residents of the importance of online safety. The scale of the attack underlines how important it is that all internet u

16 May 2017 in Regional West
 
New start-ups boost business confidence

New start-ups boost business confidence

THE number of new business start-ups in the area covered by the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP) rose by 11.9 per cent in the past year. When broken down into individual districts, Warwick performed best with a 22.5 per cent

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Four hundred join protest march to ‘save’ the NHS

Four hundred join protest march to ‘save’ the NHS

FOUR hundred people were said to have turned out to a protest march on Sunday organised by the South Warwickshire Keep Our NHS Public (SWKONP) group. The group described it as a ‘brilliant’ turnout. And despite the march primarily being part of the campa

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Glowing Ofsted for Chipping Campden School

Glowing Ofsted for Chipping Campden School

Ofsted inspectors have praised Chipping Campden School as an outstanding place to learn with exceptional leadership. The school’s latest Ofsted report makes great reading for staff, pupils and parents, with inspectors rating the school as outstanding in

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Warwickshire County Council urges residents to ensure they’re safe online following recent attacks

Warwickshire County Council urges residents to ensure they’re safe online following recent attacks

  FOLLOWING the recent spate of cyber attacks, and with warnings of more to come, Warwickshire County Council is reminding Warwickshire residents of the importance of online safety. The scale of the attack underlines how important it is that all internet

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
BREAKING NEWS: Armed robbery in Stratford

BREAKING NEWS: Armed robbery in Stratford

Police are appealing for witnesses to an armed robbery at a shop in Stratford. It happened at around 9.40am yesterday (14 May) at a premises on Drayton Avenue. A man is reported to have gone inside the premises and pointed a weapon – believed to be a kni

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Stratford student calls for changes to busking code

Stratford student calls for changes to busking code

A Stratford student is hoping to address issues with busking in the town by proposing a number of amendments to the buskers code in Stratford. Last month the issue of busking was thrust into the limelight after two performers were involved in a fight on

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Residents asked to become Dementia Friends

Residents asked to become Dementia Friends

RESIDENTS are being encouraged to become a Dementia Friend, by Warwickshire County Council and partners, during Dementia Awareness Week this week. According to latest estimates, there are 7,500 people in Warwickshire living with dementia and this is like

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Weekend cricket results

Weekend cricket results

Birmingham & District Premier League Division Three Nuneaton 153 all out (2pts) lost to Stratford-upon-Avon 154-1 (20pts) by nine wickets Second S 2nd XI Division Stratford-upon-Avon 2nds 168-7 (3pts) lost to Nuneaton 2nds 171-4 (20pts) by six...

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Skelton and Big Star bow out in style at Royal Windsor Show

Skelton and Big Star bow out in style at Royal Windsor Show

DOUBLE Olympic champion Nick Skelton bid an emotional farewell to showjumping in the presence of the Queen on Sunday. Skelton and his Rio 2016 gold medal-winning ride Big Star both formally retired on the final day of the Royal Windsor Horse Show. As the

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Noel calls the tune with Warwick double

Noel calls the tune with Warwick double

AFTER a chilly week leading up to the meeting, the sun came out for Saturday’s Think Pink Ladies Night, with jockey Noel Fehily and trainer Harry Fry making hay with a double in front of another big crowd, writes David Hucker. Brahms De Clermont, who was

15 May 2017 in Regional West
 
Local patients should be unaffected by cyber NHS attacks

Local patients should be unaffected by cyber NHS attacks

PATIENTS at South Warwickshire Foundation Trust are reassuring patients that they can attend appointments as normal in the wake of the global cyber attacks. In total 48 trusts in Britain were hit by Fridays’ ransomware attack which locked computer system

14 May 2017 in Regional West
 


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