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We just ran out of legs, admits Town boss Adams

We just ran out of legs, admits Town boss Adams

STRATFORD Town boss Carl Adams admitted his team “ran out of legs” in the second half of Monday’s Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division defeat at Cinderford. Town went into the game off the back of a five-game unbeaten run, but they slipped to a 2-1

18 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Jackson slams ‘shambolic’ driving standards in BTCC

Jackson slams ‘shambolic’ driving standards in BTCC

HENLEY’S Mat Jackson bemoaned the “shambolic” driving standards in the British Touring Car Championship after being caught up in a number of incidents at Donington Park last weekend. The Motorbase driver went into the event hoping to bounce back from a t

18 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Public meeting planned over Cotswold Olimpicks Games’ future

Public meeting planned over Cotswold Olimpicks Games’ future

THE long-term future of the famous Robert Dover’s Cotswold Olimpick Games will be discussed at a meeting tonight, Tuesday. It takes place at the Lygon Arms in Chipping Campden, at 7.30pm, and is open to anyone. The Games, which draw thousands of people t

18 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Warwickshire Regiment soldiers honoured 100 years after they died

Warwickshire Regiment soldiers honoured 100 years after they died

THE resting place of four members of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment has finally been marked more than 100 years after they gave their lives for their country. New headstones were dedicated to Lance Corporal James Thomas Spencer, Private Joseph Turton Cl

17 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Town’s unbeaten run over as they fall to defeat at Cinderford

Town’s unbeaten run over as they fall to defeat at Cinderford

STRATFORD Town slipped to a disappointing 2-1 defeat to basement boys Cinderford Town at the Causeway on Monday, writes Bryan Hale. But the result was overshadowed by a serious knee injury to Cinderford left-back James Bloom halfway through the second ha

17 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Countdown begins to popular River Festival

Countdown begins to popular River Festival

SOUL band Kinky Farnham will headline this year’s Stratford River Festival, it was announced this week. The popular funk and soul band is just one of a host of acts who will play for the crowds that are expected to descend on Stratford when the award-win

17 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Woeful Warwickshire slump to heavy defeat

Woeful Warwickshire slump to heavy defeat

WARWICKSHIRE slumped to their second successive County Championship defeat of the season, losing to Yorkshire by an innings and 88 runs at Edgbaston. The home side, trailing by 203 on first innings, resumed on 85 for nine and last pair Jeetan Patel and O

17 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Community fund’s £1,000 boost to popular music fest

Community fund’s £1,000 boost to popular music fest

THE popular Kineton Music Festival takes place for the fifth year in June. Around 1,500 music lovers are expected to descend on Kineton Sports and Social Club on Saturday, 17th June. Ten bands have been confirmed on the line up so far, including Abba Chi

17 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Weekend football round-up

Weekend football round-up

ALCESTER Town finished their season with a 3-1 defeat to Montpellier at Brewers Lane on Saturday. Danny Janes’ side took the lead through Robbie Davies, but Montpellier levelled before the break before adding two more in the second half. The result sees

17 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Wellesbourne boys crowned kings of Warwickshire

Wellesbourne boys crowned kings of Warwickshire

WELLESBOURNE CE Primary School’s year six football team have been crowned the best team in Warwickshire. In October, the boys took part in a Stratford District tournament, which they won after beating Willows School in the final. They followed it up in J

17 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Warwickshire’s a happy and healthy place to be!

Warwickshire’s a happy and healthy place to be!

A SURVEY has put Warwickshire within the top ten of the most equal places in the country for wellbeing. The findings have been published by an organisation that carried out research to determine how wellbeing varies within the UK. Warwickshire is placed

16 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Doubles all round as Hamill and Whelan prosper at Stratford

Doubles all round as Hamill and Whelan prosper at Stratford

IT was doubles all round at Stratford’s first evening meeting of the 2017 season on Saturday, as trainer Warren Greatrex, together with jockeys Mikey Hamill and Trevor Whelan, had two winners apiece across the six-race card, writes David Hucker. Although

16 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Unleashing the zombies. . .

Unleashing the zombies. . .

A NEW zombie horror series that’s been two years in the making was finally unveiled to a local audience last night, Saturday. Dead at The Gates, the pilot episode of Patient Zero, was screened at a special premiere in Alcester, the town which acted as th

16 April 2017 in Regional West
 
Grocott pulls strings as Stratford Town triumph again

Grocott pulls strings as Stratford Town triumph again

ON-SONG Stratford Town made it four wins from five games as they secured an emphatic 4-1 victory over Kettering Town at the DCS Stadium on Saturday. Former Kettering midfielder Will Grocott returned to haunt his former club, providing two assists before

15 April 2017 in Regional West
 
County to host annual health conference

County to host annual health conference

MEMBERS of Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) from GP surgeries across Stratford and south Warwickshire are being urged to join forces to help identify common experiences and issues affecting health and social care services across their area. The call c

15 April 2017 in Regional West
 
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