Sponsored walk for Shakespeare Hospice

THE Shakespeare Hospice in Stratford-upon-Avon and Welcombe Hills School Sixth Form have worked together on a community project which culminated in a sponsored walk recently.

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Vicar ready for new challenge

SHOTTERY’S new vicar openly admits he’s got a big challenge ahead making the word of God relevant again in peoples...

Focus on flooding in Alcester

WADING into Alcester’s flooding problems and how to tackle them in the future was the focus of a successful public dro...

Petition adds strength to climate change motion

Calls are getting louder for Stratford District Council to follow the example of a number of other local authorities in ...

Sport

Sims secures first podium to end season in style

MOTORSPORT ALEXANDER Sims claimed his first podium finish in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship at the final race of the...

Wreh goal seals win for below-par Town

FOOTBALL Stratford Town 1-0 Worcester City Pre-season friendly Report by Rod Abrahams A LATE goal by Chris Wreh won the ...

FC Stratford call off friendly at Welland

FOOTBALL FC STRATFORD have said sorry to scheduled opponents Welland after cancelling their planned friendly with the Wo...

Arts & Entertainment

REVIEW: Crooked Dances at The Other Place

Steve Sutherland reviews Crooked Dances, The Other Place, Until 13th July When the kids were small, we Sutherlands made ...

REVIEW: Behind the Settee, Susie’s Bar at RSC’s The Other Place

Karl Walker reviews Behind The Settee, Susie’s Bar @ The Other Place, 4th July The welcoming environs of SusieR...

Alcester Male Voice Choir plays at Windsor Castle chapel

Following a highly successful and sell out concert at Worcester Cathedral, at the beginning of May, the popular and in d...

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