In this week’s Herald . . .

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This week's front and back pages.

POWER plant proposals fuel village campaign – that’s the headline on our front page as two villages begin their battle against a gas-fired power station between Stratford-upon-Avon and Alcester.

Also in this week’s Herald:

  • Parents’ anger as leisure centre announces creche closure.
  • We speak to all of the local people named on the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
  • Five-year-old eyeing climb up Mount Snowdon.
  • Stratford primary school name changes divides parents.
  • Football club fraudster ordered to hand over pension cash.
  • Photos from: Alcester Court Leet Street Market, Wellesbourne Street Fayre, Snitterfield Fête, 1st Shottery Scout Group Summer Fête, and Binton Crank-up.
  • Mum wins battle for son’s memorial.
  • Teenager back in court on another assault charge.
  • Full steam ahead for Shakespeare Express train company’s plans.
  • Village launches £50,000 bid to buy their own CCTV.
  • New Starbucks and Subway sites rejected.
  • Five-page spotlight on Stratford’s independent traders.
  • RSC protestors back in town for ‘rebel festival’.
  • WIN tickets to Battle Proms and Ragley Hall.
  • We review first Longborough Festival Opera performance.
  • Stratford Town FC’s star man commits future to club.
  • Weekly What’s On Guide.
  • 11-page property guide.

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Cllrs Sue Adams and Mike Gittus at the proposed site of the power station between Temple Grafton and Haselor.