Shipston Tesco plan approved

Plans for a new Tesco convenience store in Shipston were approved by planners at Stratford District Council last night, despite opposition from local residents and the Town Council.

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Vulnerable people offered new accommodation say council

Vulnerable people living in supported accommodation have not been made homeless according to Warwickshire County Council...

Ellen Badger medical centre plans due in October

Plans for a new medical centre at Shipston’s historic Ellen Badger Hospital are moving forward after the South Warwick...

Lamp posts to be replaced in October following safety concerns

Lamp posts throughout Stratford Town centre, which have been dismantled and covered in tape on safety grounds, will be r...

Sport

Stratford AC finish with a flourish at Midlands Vets League

ATHLETICS THE final round of Midland Vets League fixtures saw another strong performance from the whole of the Stratford...

Saints get Hellenic League campaign off to perfect start

FOOTBALL Hellenic League, Division Two North Southam United 5 Banbury United Development 2 SOUTHAM United’s relaun...

Jump racing returns to Stratford after short August break

HORSE RACING JUMP racing resumed at Newton Abbot last week after the short August break and Stratford takes centre stage...

Arts & Entertainment

Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi offers actress a helping hand

Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi is not just lending his support to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, he’s also been giving tips...

REVIEW: Don Giovanni, Longborough Festival Opera

THERE’S always a risk for opera and theatre directors who ‘update’ famous works that were written centuries ago wi...

INTERVIEW: Storyteller Kate Coleman

Stratford-based Kate Coleman has been sharing her Storytree in a number of new projects around the town this summer. She...

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