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Civic society chairman retires

Civic society chairman retires

The long-serving chairman of Alcester Civic Society (ACS), Lord Hertford, has retired from the role after 20 years. Despite stepping down as chairman Lord Hertford will continue as a member of the society, with Brian King, taking over as chairman. In...

12 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Two-vehicle crash on A46

Two-vehicle crash on A46

Emergency services are currently attending a two-vehicle collision on the A46 near Bidford. The collision occurred at around 8.15am this morning and involved a Fiat 500 and a BMW. There are no reports of any injuries at this stage but the crash has...

12 April 2018 in Regional West
 
In this week’s Herald. . .

In this week’s Herald. . .

IN this week’s Herald we bring you the touching story of a special posthumous award for Stratford mum Rachael Martin who saved her daughter’s life two years ago. There’s good news for two Shipston friends who have received a royal invitation, plus get...

12 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Hallows pips Harris to claim Tankard success

Hallows pips Harris to claim Tankard success

CHRIS Hallows edged out Steve Harris to claim victory in Shipston Angling Club’s Tankard League match at Aston Magna last weekend. Twenty-one anglers fished in the second round match held on the three pools at Aston Magna. The fish were still shoaled...

12 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Key men sorely missed as Bears are tamed by Outlaws

Key men sorely missed as Bears are tamed by Outlaws

WARWICKSHIRE Bears’ second team suffered a big defeat when they travelled to top-toppers Essex Outlaws on Sunday. The Bears were missing key men Andy Roberts and Rick Powell and they suffered the consequences, losing the National League Second...

12 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Fire Service asks Warwickshire residents to have their say

Fire Service asks Warwickshire residents to have their say

WARWICKSHIRE Fire and Rescue Service is asking residents to have their say about the work they do to keep Warwickshire’s communities safe. A short survey has been launched today (Thursday 5th April) and is open until the end of the month. Talking...

11 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Five top-ten finishes for Do3 athletes

Five top-ten finishes for Do3 athletes

ATHLETES from Stratford triathlon squad Do3 flexed their winter training muscles with a series of wins and top-ten places last weekend. Racing across central England, Do3’s Solihull contingent joined up its Stratford athletes to take part in...

11 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Stratford Town Youth bid to reach MFYL Cup final

Stratford Town Youth bid to reach MFYL Cup final

STRATFORD Town Youth are looking forward to one their biggest games of the season when they face Wednesfield in the semi-finals of the Midland Floodlit Youth League Cup at the MoodChimp Stadium on Thursday night. Nick Ballinger’s side would welcome...

11 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Refreshed Bell is focused on bouncing back

Refreshed Bell is focused on bouncing back

IAN Bell insists he will embark on the 2018 season this week refreshed, rebooted and having “given myself the best chance to have a great season,” writes Brian Halford. Warwickshire face Sussex in the season-opener at Edgbaston on Friday and as the...

11 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Youth pleads guilty to ‘despicable’ fraud offences

Youth pleads guilty to ‘despicable’ fraud offences

A DONCASTER youth has pleaded guilty to two fraud offences in Warwickshire. The 17-year-old admitted committing the offences in January and February. The first offence occurred at a house in Foxes Way, Warwick. The victim was in her garden when she...

11 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Devon man is not e-fit burglar

Devon man is not e-fit burglar

HE may look familiar but a man from Devon is not the suspected burglar featured in an odd looking e-fit image released by Warwickshire Police last week. As soon as the image was issued people laughed off the e-fit because it didn’t really appear to...

11 April 2018 in Regional West
 
£1.4million to help solve pothole problem

£1.4million to help solve pothole problem

More than 1.4million is to be spent repairing potholes on Warwickshire’s roads following recent storms and bad weather. The money is part of a £100million funding pot unveiled by transport secretary Chris Grayling to help repair almost 2 million...

11 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Changes to Stratford Park and Ride Bus Service

Changes to Stratford Park and Ride Bus Service

WARWICKSHIRE County Council has announced that from Monday 16th April 2018, the Stratford Park and Ride, Bishopton bus service will drop off at Wood Street outside the NatWest Bank and pick up on the opposite side of the road outside Oxfam, Wood...

10 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Town striker Stephens on target in Birmingham City under-23s trial

Town striker Stephens on target in Birmingham City under-23s trial

BIRMINGHAM City under-23s manager Richard Beale was impressed with Stratford Town’s Ben Stephens in his first trial game for the EFL Championship side. The 20-year-old scored the opening goal in the Blues’ 2-0 victory over Cardiff under-23s at the...

10 April 2018 in Regional West
 
Fees proposed for parking in Henley

Fees proposed for parking in Henley

OVER 100 people attended the annual meeting held by the Henley Parish Council this week with a focus on the proposed fees for parking in the town. The Henley Parish Council is working toward acquiring the 60-space Croft Car Park currently owned by the...

10 April 2018 in Regional West
 
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