HUNT hounds run amok in village – see this week’s front page for more reaction to the story that appeared on our website earlier in the week about an incident involving Warwickshire Hunt.

Tributes are also paid for a former flying instructor at Wellesbourne Airfield following his death in a crash, and we name Alcester’s Citizen of the Year.

Also in this week’s Herald:

  • Shakespeare’s archives get global importance status.
  • Measures taken to beef up town centre security.
  • New bid to save children’s centres fails.

    In this week’s Herald arts, Gill Sutherland talks to Coventry actor Bally Gill about his upcoming role as Romeo in the R’s new production of Romeo and Juliet.
  • Firmer hand to be taken with speeding drivers.
  • Scientist wins Blavatnik Young Science Award.
  • Date set for late former mayor’s memorial service.
  • All change for train services to London?
  • Fears for high street as more big names issue closure threat.
  • Quarry campaigners hopeful as it’s back to drawing board for county’s sand and gravel strategy.
  • Solar farm goes up for sale.
  • Safety fears at new Wellesbourne estate’s playground.
  • Aston Martin sales accelerate to record level.
  • News from schools on our patch on the latest Education Matters page.
  • Interview with the latest star of Romeo and Juliet at the RSC.
  • Last chance to enter the Herald/Specsavers photo competition.
  • Young hotshot pledges future to Stratford Town FC amid transfer speculation.

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