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Stratford safely through in FA Youth Cup as Haughmond are blown away

Stratford safely through in FA Youth Cup as Haughmond are blown away

STRATFORD Town Youth advanced into the second qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup with a thoroughly professional performance against a combative Haughmond side at a wet and windy Arden Garages Stadium on Thursday evening, writes Bryan Hale. The...

24 min. ago in Regional West
 
Alcester B’s Beer and Linnett win Junior Cup final

Alcester B’s Beer and Linnett win Junior Cup final

THE Alcester B team of Henry Beer and Ollie Linnett claimed victory over Stratford A in the recent Wildmoor Spa League Junior Cup final at Alcester Tennis Club. It was a close match and despite Stratford A on paper appearing favourites, Alcester B had...

24 min. ago in Regional West
 
Gardeners line up for charity question time

Gardeners line up for charity question time

A panel of gardening experts are teaming up to raise funds for green-fingered adults with learning disabilities. The question and answer event in Whichford offers an opportunity for anyone with an interest in gardening to pick the brains of an expert...

today, 06:47 in Regional West
 
Shipston teen convicted of assault and anti-social behavior

Shipston teen convicted of assault and anti-social behavior

A 19-year-old Shipston man has been given a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) for an assault and anti-social behaviour offences. Johnathan Carter of Donnington Road, Shipston, appeared at Leamington Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday (18th September). On 23rd...

yesterday, 17:42 in Regional West
 
Wyrd Sisters comes to the Bear Pit

Wyrd Sisters comes to the Bear Pit

Something wicked this way comes… When the Phoenix Players bring their production of Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters to the Bear Pit Theatre, Stratford, next week, from 26th to 29th September at 7.30pm. On a dark and stormy night, a king is murdered,...

yesterday, 12:21 in Regional West
 
EXCLUSIVE: New Scrooge revealed for RSC’s A Christmas Carol

EXCLUSIVE: New Scrooge revealed for RSC’s A Christmas Carol

In an interview with Herald arts RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran revealed who would be the next Scrooge in the company’s highly acclaimed production of A Christmas Carol, which runs again this year. Last Christmas Phil Davis took the central role...

yesterday, 10:41 in Regional West
 
In this week’s Herald. . .

In this week’s Herald. . .

ANGER over plans by Stratford’s King Edward VI School to build houses on Manor Road playing fields is building as residents mount a campaign. Hear what neighbours and the school have to say. . . Also, Brexit continues to hit the headlines as...

yesterday, 09:59 in Regional West
 
Stratford AC’s Boundy smashes her PB in Berlin

Stratford AC’s Boundy smashes her PB in Berlin

IT was a year of records for the 45th running of the Berlin Marathon. Eliud Kipchoge won the race in a fantastic world record time of 2:01:39. The 33-year-old Kenyan led from the start and when he crossed the finish line he had obliterated the world...

yesterday, 07:10 in Regional West
 
Annual forestry show takes competition to new heights

Annual forestry show takes competition to new heights

THE UK’s biggest and most exciting forest and woodland exhibition starts today, Thursday, at the Ragley Hall Estate near Alcester and continues tomorrow and Saturday with over 23,000 visitors expected during the three days.   APF 2018 is the leading...

yesterday, 06:35 in Regional West
 
Two days of tasty treats on the streets at Stratford Food Festival

Two days of tasty treats on the streets at Stratford Food Festival

THE Stratford Town Centre Food Festival returns this weekend for two days of tasty temptations to tuck into on the streets of the town. Organised by Stratforward Business Improvement District (BID), the festival’s, popular Taste and Ale Trails...

Wednesday, 18:49 in Regional West
 
Pearce places in top ten at World Triathlon Grand Final

Pearce places in top ten at World Triathlon Grand Final

STRATFORD AC’s Rachel Pearce finished ninth in her age category at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final on Australia’s Gold Coast. Competing in the W45-49 sprint triathlon and in a high-quality field of 73 women that included two Olympians, Pearce...

Wednesday, 18:32 in Regional West
 
Big crowds expected at annual ploughing event

Big crowds expected at annual ploughing event

THOUSANDS are expected to descend on fields near Little Alne to mark the 70th annual Ploughing and Hedging Match on Thursday, 20th September.  The Forest of Arden Agricultural Society event is always popular and attracts sizeable crowds so this year’s...

Wednesday, 15:20 in Regional West
 
Youth orchestra faces funding axe

Youth orchestra faces funding axe

A HIGHLY regarded youth orchestra is having its funding withdrawn, throwing its future into doubt. The Coventry and Warwickshire Music Hubs have decided to withdraw funding from Coventry and Warwickshire Youth Orchestra (CWYO) from September 2019. The...

Wednesday, 14:56 in Regional West
 
Award marks royal seal of approval

Award marks royal seal of approval

A STRATFORD business has officially received the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise within the Innovation category making it one of only four companies to receive this top accolade in the West Midlands. Green Sheep Group (GSG), a UK-based...

Wednesday, 11:49 in Regional West
 
Stratford Town appoint Thomas Baillie as head of football

Stratford Town appoint Thomas Baillie as head of football

STRATFORD Town have announced the appointment of Thomas Baillie as the club’s new head of football. Baillie joins Stratford with an impressive CV, having won the Southern League Division One Central title at a canter as joint manager of Kettering Town...

Wednesday, 11:49 in Regional West
 
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