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Huge turnout at relief road consultation

Huge turnout at relief road consultation

Crowds flocked to a consultation event detailing proposals for Stratford’s proposed South Western Relief Road yesterday, with opponents and supporters of the project keen to have their voices heard. The consultation, organised by CALA Homes at the...

9 February 2018 in Regional West
 
Football clubs unite to support Jamie Sheldon in cancer battle

Football clubs unite to support Jamie Sheldon in cancer battle

STRATFORD Town’s 2015 play-off winning team will reunite to support former midfielder Jamie Sheldon in his battle against cancer. Sheldon received the devastating news in November last year and he is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatment. A...

9 February 2018 in Regional West
 
INTERVIEW Part II: RSC’s Greg Doran on gender, race, technology and those Walliams rumours…

INTERVIEW Part II: RSC’s Greg Doran on gender, race, technology and those Walliams rumours…

Royal Shakespeare Company artistic director Greg Doran recently welcomed Gill Sutherland to his office to talk through the highlights of the recently announced Winter 2018/19 season (which you can read online here). In this second part of the...

8 February 2018 in Regional West
 
Tory breaks ranks on South Western Relief Road

Tory breaks ranks on South Western Relief Road

A CONSERVATIVE district councillor has hit out at plans for Stratford’s proposed South Western Relief Road (SWRR), in the week that the plans go to consultation. In her regular newsletter, Shottery ward member Cllr Molly Giles described the road as...

8 February 2018 in Regional West
 
INTERVIEW: Neil McDermott – from soap star to The Sound of Music

INTERVIEW: Neil McDermott – from soap star to The Sound of Music

Coventry is alive with The Sound of Music – as the hit touring production continues at the Belgrade Theatre until 10th February. It stars Lucy O’Byrne as Maria, who was runner up on BBC1’s The Voice, and Neil McDermott, the former EastEnders star....

8 February 2018 in Regional West
 
Pride of Stratford Award winners to be announced

Pride of Stratford Award winners to be announced

THE winners of the 2018 Pride of Stratford Awards will be announced tomorrow, Friday. A presentation evening will take place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. The awards – run by radio station Touch FM for the seventh year – celebrate the achievements of...

8 February 2018 in Regional West
 
In this week’s Herald. . .

In this week’s Herald. . .

IN this week’s Herald the proposals to combine four schools into a multi-academy trust have been heavily criticised. Local voices – including those of parents – have talked about their concerns for the future of Stratford High, Bishopton, Bridgetown...

8 February 2018 in Regional West
 
Stratford hold on for nail-biting win over Wootton Bassett

Stratford hold on for nail-biting win over Wootton Bassett

STRATFORD held their nerve to claim a nail-biting 23-22 victory over Royal Wootton Bassett at Pearcecroft on Saturday. The Black and Whites got off to an explosive start, racing into a 20-0 lead inside 15 minutes, but by the end of the game they were...

8 February 2018 in Regional West
 
Tornados blow away Rangers to reach final

Tornados blow away Rangers to reach final

STRATFORD Town Tornados under-14s breezed their way into the AEFL Cup final with an 8-1 success over local rivals Alcester Town Rangers on Saturday. Despite missing influential midfielder Tommy Williams through illness and kicking uphill, Tornados...

8 February 2018 in Regional West
 
New signing Rhodes sets sights on cementing first-team place

New signing Rhodes sets sights on cementing first-team place

ALL-ROUNDER Will Rhodes is looking forward to his first season with Warwickshire and his quest, first and foremost, to “earn” a first-team place, writes Brian Halford. Having signed for the Bears from Yorkshire, Nottingham-born Rhodes has spent the...

7 February 2018 in Regional West
 
Alex and Emily’s commitment is rewarded

Alex and Emily’s commitment is rewarded

ALEX Adams and Emily Field both ran exemplary races in the South West Schools Cross Country Championships at Newton Abbot. The event at Stover School involved a round trip of more than 300 miles for the Stratford AC duo, but their commitment was well...

7 February 2018 in Regional West
 
Village time capsule will be a snapshot for the future

Village time capsule will be a snapshot for the future

A COUPLE of local villages hope to preserve some of the past and present for future generations with the burial of a time capsule within the walls of the village hall. It carries snapshots of the communities of Cherrington, Stourton and...

7 February 2018 in Regional West
 
PICTURE GALLERY: Shipston-on-Stour v Old Leamingtonians

PICTURE GALLERY: Shipston-on-Stour v Old Leamingtonians

HERALD photographer Mark Williamson covered Shipston’s Midlands 3 West (South) clash against Old Leamingtonians on Saturday. A disappointing display from Shipston saw them slip from the top of the division and into second after a 32-12 defeat against...

7 February 2018 in Regional West
 
Rare Roman find unearthed at new school building site

Rare Roman find unearthed at new school building site

THE remains of a previously unknown Roman building – the largest ever seen in the region – have been discovered during building work on a new school. Wall foundations for a large aisled structure the size of a medieval church have been unearthed on...

7 February 2018 in Regional West
 
Stratford area pupils hear stories of Holocaust hate

Stratford area pupils hear stories of Holocaust hate

PUPILS around the Stratford district heard moving life stories from Holocaust survivors who encouraged them to speak out against discrimination and hate.  Year 8 students at Henley School heard a presentation on Monday 29th January from Harry Bibring,...

7 February 2018 in Regional West
 
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