STRATFORD-UPON-AVON College is back in the headlines with the findings of an investigation into its near financial collapse and sudden departure of former principal Nicola Mannock having now been published – full story on this week’s front page.

There’s also the fallout from the on-stage protest at the Royal Shakespeare Company last week and we confirm the candidates who will contest the Stratford-on-Avon constituency at next month’s snap General Election. There’re four familiar faces and one notable absence.

Also this week:

  • Former deputy headteacher jailed over historical sexual abuse.

    May’s Focus magazine is FREE inside this week’s Stratford-upon-Avon Herald.
  • Pictures from last weekend’s Stratford Festival of Motoring.
  • First moves made in building of new relief road and huge housing estate.
  • Family firm earns second Queen’s Award.
  • Win relaxing spa day and lunch for two at the Chesford Grange Hotel in Kenilworth.
  • Building of new hospital gathers page.
  • Fishing lake remains closed after disease outbreak.
  • Immigration officers raid local restaurant.
  • Businessman’s frustration of Shakespeare statue stalemate.
  • Beaudesert Castle rebuilt in Henley-in-Arden.
  • Guesthouse up for ‘friendly face’ award.
  • FREE May Focus magazine with stay and dinner at Ettington Park Hotel to be won.

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Meet the candidates who will contest Stratford-on-Avon constituency at next month’s snap General Election.