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Baby’s death prompts investigation into Stratford firm cribs safety

Baby’s death prompts investigation into Stratford firm cribs safety

Sales of a baby crib made by a Stratford manufacturer are believed to have been suspended following the death of a seven-week-old girl. Coroner Penelope Schofield said Grace Roseman, from Haywards Heath in West Sussex, died from asphyxia at her home in after being put to bed in the Bednest crib.

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Video: Whelan’s 70 not out wins first game of the season for Stratford

Birmingham & District League Division Three Worcester CC 172/9 (50 overs) Stratford CC 173/7 (42 overs) Stratford won by three wickets   AN expertly-timed knock of 70 not out from Chris Whelan got Stratford over the line at Swans Nest Lane today, as they chased down Worcester’s total of 172 on the first day of the season. Stratford picked up four ducks on their scorecard, including opener Adrian Witts and Dutch international Ben Cooper, but Whelan, coming in at five, played an assured innings on a difficult day for batsmen. Tom Grundy’s electric form with the ball in Worcester’s innings reduced them to 41 for 4, but a frustrating and unbeaten last wicket partnership of 27 rescued their score to a more respectable 172 for 9.


Stratford Town finish third as much-changed team lose at champions Merthyr

Merthyr Town 3-1 Stratford Town Evo-Stik Southern League Division One South & West  WITH a play-off semi-final looming on Tuesday night, Stratford Town wound up their regular league programme with a daunting trip to Merthyr, who had already clinched the championship. After holding the title winners in a cagey first half, Carl Adams’ much-changed side faded in the second as Merthyr celebrated with their 32nd win of a memorable season.


Stratford Town ‘might protect a few players’ away at champions Merthyr

STRATFORD Town travel to South Wales tomorrow to face league champions, Merthyr Town, on the final day of the season, but the big question is, with second spot still up for grabs, do they risk playing a strong side? Town are already guaranteed a home tie in a play-off semi-final on Tuesday night, just three days later. One point ahead of local rivals Evesham United in third, they know that winning Saturday’s game in Wales guarantees them second in Division One (South & West) of the Southern League, and home advantage in the play-off final, should they get there.


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