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Former Warwickshire College lecturer had more than 300 indecent images

Former Warwickshire College lecturer had more than 300 indecent images

WHEN the police raided teacher Frank Swales’s home he rushed to the bathroom to try to flush a USB stick containing indecent images of children down the toilet. Swales was then involved in a violent struggle with officers before they managed to force his

5 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Rare toy sells for £1,600 at auction

Rare toy sells for £1,600 at auction

A RARE and valuable wooden model of Noah’s Ark which went under the hammer at a recent toy auction in Stratford sold for £1,600. The toy, which dates back to the 1860s, is a hand-carved model of Noah’s Ark and is complete with wooden animals. Adrian Rath

5 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Pozzi delighted as he continues perfect start to the season

Pozzi delighted as he continues perfect start to the season

STRATFORD AC’s Andrew Pozzi continued his perfect start to the season at Saturday’s IAAF World Indoor Tour meeting in Germany. Pozzi won the 60m hurdles in Karlsruhe in 7.44 seconds – the fastest time in the world this year and third fastest in British h

5 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Warwick University plans ‘innovation campus’ in Wellesbourne

Warwick University plans ‘innovation campus’ in Wellesbourne

THE University of Warwick is investigating ways of developing its Wellesbourne campus around the theme of innovation. A spokesperson for the college confirmed that whilst there are no specific plans currently in place to build at the site, the university

5 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Town in danger of being sucked into relegation battle after defeat

Town in danger of being sucked into relegation battle after defeat

STRATFORD Town are in danger of being drawn into a relegation fight after defeat to struggling Cirencester at the DCS Stadium. Town’s miserable run of form continued as they were beaten 1-0 thanks to Alan Griffin’s scrambled effort 12 minutes from time.

4 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Fordham House builders hit a new high point

Fordham House builders hit a new high point

WORK is almost complete on a new apartment block on one of the main roads into Stratford-upon-Avon that offer homes at below-market rents for so-called key workers. Fordham House is a development of 82 private rent apartments on the corner of Birmingham

4 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Macbeth plays Trump card at Stratford production

Macbeth plays Trump card at Stratford production

THE Fred Theatre Company bring a modern Macbeth to Stratford next week, 6th and 7th February at the Bear Pit Theatre. Here Robert Ball tells Herald arts about the production he directs. Why Macbeth? When did the idea to put it on come about? “A few month

4 February 2017 in Regional West
 
A warm welcome on churches’ souper Saturday

A warm welcome on churches’ souper Saturday

IT proved to be a soup-er Saturday in Henley when free soup and hot drinks were handed out to passers-by during the annual Henley Churches Together event outside St John’s Parish Church on High Street. Despite the wintery weather on Saturday, 21st Januar

4 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Stratford’s Watson targets national glory

Stratford’s Watson targets national glory

STRATFORD snooker player Stuart Watson is setting his sights high in the English Association of Snooker and Billiards Amateur Tour. Watson, aged 40, who practises at Stratford Sports Club in Swans Nest Lane, currently sits top of the table in the EASB Ma

4 February 2017 in Regional West
 
Oonagh hailed as champion of women’s causes

Oonagh hailed as champion of women’s causes

A STRATFORD-UPON-AVON woman who was the first woman ever to be appointed director for the British Council of a country has died. Oonagh Michaeliones, MBE, passed away peacefully on 22nd January, aged 93. She had lived in Stratford for the last 30 years h

4 February 2017 in Regional West
 
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