In this week’s Herald . . .

This week's front and back pages.

THERE some startling news that will be of huge interest to people who are living along the proposed route of the controversial South Western Relief Road – full story on the front page of the Stratford-upon-Avon Herald this week.

We also celebrate former Stratford-upon-Avon and Alcester schoolboy Andrew Pozzi’s success at the World Indoor Athletics Championships and report on the latest on the campaign to keep the Stratford-upon-Avon ArtsHouse open.

Also in this week’s Herald:

  • Hero mum Rachael Martin to get national honour.
  • Big wheel set for approval?
  • Two restaurants set to close.
  • New sex abuse service launched.
  • Stratford-on-Avon District Council reshuffle after sacking.

    Rachael Martin.
  • Outspoken council leader ousted from Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) board.
  • Town estate agent denies murder.
  • Jail for drug driver who caused serious crash.
  • Transport Strategy set for adoption.
  • Peaceful demo as bid continues to save allotments.
  • First empty house seized by council.
  • Interview with comedian Kathy Lette and RSC actress Joan Iyiola.
  • WIN chance to open new Magic Alley.
  • We talk to owner of news sweet shop.
  • City of Culture bid boss to speak at charity business lunch.
  • Pictures special as the Beast from the East hits hard.
  • All the news from villages and clubs across our patch.
  • 11-page property section.
  • The OVO energy Women’s Tour returns to Warwickshire.

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