We also have the latest battle against unwanted housing, with Tiddington residents pitched into a fight against Clifford Chambers – see page three to find out why – and what the future holds for Cox’s Yard which reopens tomorrow (Friday) following the departure of The Lazy Cow restaurant.
We also have a special report on the mercy mission of a husband and wife whose
plea for clothes for desperate migrants camped at Calais drew a huge response from the people of Stratford.
There’s pictures from the Wolf Run, WelFest in Welford, Moreton Show and Alcester Court Leet’s fun day.
And we preview next weekend’s Stratford Food Festival and have family tickets to giveaway to Warwick Castle.
Our arts and entertainment pages also preview the coming season at the Royal Shakespeare Company – find out which big names are to tread the boards during 2016 which will be a very special year in Stratford – one that brings the 400th anniversary since William Shakespeare’s death.
In sport, we celebrate Stratford Cricket Club’s promotion and report on a big scalp for Stratford Town as their impressive start to the season continues.
Plus much, much more… all for a mere 65p.
Lucy and James Lancashire’s living room in Honeybourne is now full of donated clothes and items intended to help ease the refugee crisis. See page 7 of this week’s Herald for the full story. Photo: Mark Williamson (B61/9/15/24).