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This week's front and back pages.

FAMILY and friends have been paying tribute this week to Daniel Webb and Aaron Aston, the cousins who died in a two-car crash last Friday – read them on the front page of this week’s Stratford-upon-Avon Herald.

There’s TWO chances to win this week as we publish the first of ten tokens that you will need to stand a chance of winning a £700 Pashley bike and £300 worth of accessories, and we also have three family tickets to Warwick Castle this Halloween to giveaway.

Also in this week’s Herald:

  • Teaching assistant in court on sexual offences charges.
  • Council faces £67m budget cuts.
  • Town man arrested after online grooming sting.
  • Village hands over petition in quarry fight.
  • Grammar school plan rejected.
  • Herald reporter goes on beggar patrol with police team.
  • Pictures from Stratford Town Centre Food Festival.
  • Stratford hosts eighth business show.
  • Where to enjoy a Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
  • First Mini joins Queen’s birthday parade.
  • Holy Trinity Church takes its place on Monopoly board.
  • Stratford Music Festival preview.
  • Stratford Town hotshot talks about ‘stupid’ red card.
  • October’s Focus magazine FREE inside.

All this and more for just 65p.

NEXT WEEK: Our school new starters pullout supplement.

Find out which square Stratford's Holy Trinity Church will take on the new Stratford-upon-Avon Monopoly board. Photo: Mark Williamson.
Find out which square Stratford’s Holy Trinity Church will take on the new Stratford-upon-Avon Monopoly board. Photo: Mark Williamson.