In this week’s Herald …



An inferno tore through Goldicote Business Park on Banbury Road this week, shooting an enormous plume of flames and smoke into the skies – our photographer Mark Williamson and reporter Ben Lugg were at the scene to bring you the news and pictures.

In other shocking news a tourist stole a rare Atlas moth, one of the largest in the world, from the Butterfly Farm and kicked off a public furore when she bragged about it on social media.

The continuing saga of the Picturehouse Cinema took a significant step forward this week, as plans were submitted to build a hotel on the site.

The Shakespeare Hospice launched an appeal for help, saying times are challenging and with increasing demand it needs to raise more money.

After a heated Brexit debate the council refused to back a people’s vote and the town’s oldest primary school, The Willows, changed its name. We also have a page dedicated to other education news this week.

Meanwhile the Mop rolled into town and we have a photo special of all the thrills and spills.

Talking of thrills and spills we also have a review of Tread the Boards’ production of Sweeney Todd among many delights for your delectation in our brimming arts section.

And if that wasn’t enough for 80p we also have a chance for you to win a stay and dinner for two at the Kings Hotel, Chipping Campden, a packed sports section with all the news from your area and much more.