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Developers confirm Bell Court is behind schedule

Developers confirm Bell Court is behind schedule

The developers of Stratford’s new £30million Bell Court site have admitted that the project is running behind schedule. UK and European Investments say the delays will not significantly affect the opening date, but the date by which the completed units w

7 February 2017 in Regional West
 
PICTURE GALLERY: Stratford Town v Cirencester Town

PICTURE GALLERY: Stratford Town v Cirencester Town

HERALD photographer Mark Williamson covered Stratford Town’s Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division clash against Cirencester Town on Saturday. Town’s miserable run of form continued as they were beaten 1-0 thanks to Alan Griffin’s scrambled effort 12

7 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Police hit and run car dumped in Bidford

Police hit and run car dumped in Bidford

A CAR that was involved in a hit and run that left a police officer needing hospital treatment has been found abandoned in Bidford-on-Avon. The West Mercia Police officer was taken to Evesham Community Hospital earlier today, Tuesday, with minor injuries

7 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Stealth police operation nets huge arrests haul

Stealth police operation nets huge arrests haul

A targeted operation tackling drug and violent crime in Stratford resulting in 30 arrests has been hailed a success. Speaking to the Herald this week, Warwickshire Police said Operation Deerbolt, which has deliberately been kept low key, was launched in

7 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Studley Bearcats show Super Bowl stars how it’s done

Studley Bearcats show Super Bowl stars how it’s done

STUDLEY Bearcats’ American flag football team starred on BBC’s Breakfast programme on Saturday to highlight the growing interest in the sport. On the same weekend that the New England Patriots produced the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history to beat

7 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Hackers target council website

Hackers target council website

Hackers targeted the website of Warwickshire County Council at the weekend, defacing content on the site. The council’s news site as well as a number of other mini-sites fell victim to the hackers, but the authority insists that no customer, financial or

7 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Police and council push online safety message

Police and council push online safety message

Residents are being reminded about the importance of online safety as part of a special event involving Warwickshire County Council and Warwickshire Police. Organisations across the country are taking part in Safer Internet Day 2017 today (7th February),

7 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Row over the future of village playing field

Row over the future of village playing field

Moreton Morrell Parish Council claim they are being blackmailed into supporting a new housing development by Warwickshire College, or risk losing a popular children’s recreational area.The council say the health and wellbeing of children in the village i

7 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Cleaner jailed over £16k jewellery heist

Cleaner jailed over £16k jewellery heist

A MAN who stole £16,000 of jewellery from a house in the tiny village of Shotteswell has been jailed for two years. Shaun Carey, aged 34, had been at the property between 12th and 14th August last year to carry out some cleaning work, but stole a number

6 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Westwood leaves Stratford Town to sign for Stourbridge

Westwood leaves Stratford Town to sign for Stourbridge

KIEREN Westwood has left Stratford Town to join Evo-Stik Northern Premier League outfit Stourbridge. The left-back’s departure could not have come at a worse time for Town, who are in danger of being drawn into a relegation scrap following Saturday’s def

6 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Clark chalks up a century for Stratford Town

Clark chalks up a century for Stratford Town

HOT on the heels of Liam Francis chalking up his 100th Town appearance, it was the turn of Guy Clark to achieve the same feat when he lined up against the Centurions of Cirencester Town on Saturday, writes Bryan Hale. The popular defender had been recrui

6 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Stratford Literary Festival offers giggles for all the family

Stratford Literary Festival offers giggles for all the family

STRATFORD Literary Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary festival with a bumper offering for children and young people. Last week the Herald exclusively revealed the stellar writers and celebrity figures coming to the main event — which includes Mary

6 February 2017 in Regional West
 
KES students enjoy drama competition

KES students enjoy drama competition

An amazing evening of top entertainment was on offer for those lucky enough to attend the King Edward School VI (KES) House Drama Performances last Monday. Each year the four school houses put on a short drama, which they devise and work on by themselves

6 February 2017 in Regional West
 
‘CNOSENT’ is key to next phase of police campaign

‘CNOSENT’ is key to next phase of police campaign

WARWICKSHIRE Police has re-launched its Stop Rape Now campaign, after developing its latest phase, “CNOSENT, don’t mix it up”. This new phase is targeting young adults and focusing on encouraging an open discussion about consent. The aim is to inform and

6 February 2017 in Regional West
 
New boys shine as Stratford see off Barkers

New boys shine as Stratford see off Barkers

STRATFORD under-11s continued their excellent progress this season when they welcomed Barkers Butts to Pearcecroft. Depleted in numbers, they were nonetheless skilful and sizeable with abrasive runners and tacklers aplenty. The convincing victory was tes

6 February 2017 in Regional West
 
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