In this week’s Herald…

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This week's front and back pages.

A STRATFORD-UPON-AVON College student has been convicted for possessing indecent images of young children after confessing to his tutor – full story from Warwick Crown Court on this week’s front page.

The latest location has been proposed for a Shakespeare statue whose creator is struggling to find a home for and there’s news of another knife-related crime in Henley-in-Arden.

Also in this week’s Herald:

  • Stratford Town Trust and the Herald launch DIY SOS fund.
  • Pictures from the Shakespeare Duck Race, Ilmington Show, Camper Calling and Feastival.
  • New warning over town’s dying nightlife.
  • Combine harvester fire evacuates houses.
  • National Trust’s fears over Upper Avon opening.
  • Three-page GSCE results special.
  • Stratford Town boss Carl Adams targets first FA Cup win.

All this and more, just 70p.

Joanna Forde and her three-year-old daughter Skylar were pictured enjoying a ride in a a cup and saucer ride. Photo: Mark Williamson (W36/8/17/0634)