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Stratford mum Rebecca Vanni tells her life-saving transplant story

19 July 2021
Stratford mum Rebecca Vanni tells her life-saving transplant story

Stratford mum Rebecca Vanni tells her life-saving transplant story

19 July 2021

Within a few weeks of becoming ill, Rebecca needed a liver transplant, but luckily operations continued throughout the pandemic.


Cyclist dies following collision on A46 at Alcester

15 July 2021
Cyclist dies following collision on A46 at Alcester

Cyclist dies following collision on A46 at Alcester

15 July 2021

The air ambulance was called to the scene on Wednesday night.


Determination to create world-class Shakespeare attraction on Stratford Gateway site

30 June 2021
Determination to create world-class Shakespeare attraction on Stratford Gateway site

Determination to create world-class Shakespeare attraction on Stratford Gateway site

30 June 2021

More details of Stratford District Council's and the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust's £20m bid for levelling-up funding.


Stratford's Covid testing centre at the RSC to close

29 June 2021
Stratford's Covid testing centre at the RSC to close

Stratford's Covid testing centre at the RSC to close

29 June 2021

The service is to finish on 30th June as lateral flow tests are readily available elsewhere.


Creating a London vibe and a holiday feel at Stratford's new pub

26 June 2021
Creating a London vibe and a holiday feel at Stratford's new pub

Creating a London vibe and a holiday feel at Stratford's new pub

26 June 2021

Sue Hawkins talks about her latest project and the staffing issues facing the hospitality sector.


Warwickshire sites offering walk-in Covid jabs this weekend

25 June 2021
Warwickshire sites offering walk-in Covid jabs this weekend

Warwickshire sites offering walk-in Covid jabs this weekend

25 June 2021

No appointments will be needed at a number of centres in the Midlands for people wanting their first or second vaccination.


Alcester's new headteacher is looking for a positive impact

25 June 2021
Alcester's new headteacher is looking for a positive impact

Alcester's new headteacher is looking for a positive impact

25 June 2021

Jon Shires joins St Benedict’s School from Trinity School in Leamington.


World Shakespeare Centre concept for Gateway site in Stratford

24 June 2021
World Shakespeare Centre concept for Gateway site in Stratford

World Shakespeare Centre concept for Gateway site in Stratford

24 June 2021

A bid has been made to the government's levelling-up fund to explore ambitions for the town centre site.


Stratford golfers can hone their skills at new simulator business

22 June 2021
Stratford golfers can hone their skills at new simulator business

Stratford golfers can hone their skills at new simulator business

22 June 2021

Warwickshire Golf Sim has been set up by husband-and-wife team, Shane and Beth Williams.


Stratford MP's home could move constituency

16 June 2021
Stratford MP's home could move constituency

Stratford MP's home could move constituency

16 June 2021

PROPOSALS to redraw the electoral map of England could see Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi’s property in Upper Tysoe moved to a neighbouring constituency.


Stratford, Alcester and Shipston on Aldi's list for new supermarkets

16 June 2021
Stratford, Alcester and Shipston on Aldi's list for new supermarkets

Stratford, Alcester and Shipston on Aldi's list for new supermarkets

16 June 2021

The supermarket chain said it is looking for suitable sites at 11 locations in Warwickshire.


Stratford school friends set up new pizza business for Warwickshire

14 June 2021
Stratford school friends set up new pizza business for Warwickshire

Stratford school friends set up new pizza business for Warwickshire

14 June 2021

Jack Murphy-Jones, 26, and Ben Chatwin, 27, can be found at various spots around the area serving up their pizzas.


New owners for award-winning pub

07 June 2021
New owners for award-winning pub

New owners for award-winning pub

07 June 2021

Jim and Claire Alexander have announced they are leaving The Ebrington Arms near Chipping Campden.


Warwickshire's own Banksy the builder

05 June 2021
Warwickshire's own Banksy the builder

Warwickshire's own Banksy the builder

05 June 2021

WHEN builders arrived to carry out a project at Marie Eaves’ home, she wasn’t expecting to get a Banksy-style artwork thrown in with the job.


September start for Birmingham Road improvements

03 June 2021
September start for Birmingham Road improvements

September start for Birmingham Road improvements

03 June 2021

IMPROVEMENT works on Birmingham Road are now scheduled to start in September, but only if booster jabs aren't needed against Covid-19 variants.


Ambulance staff to get body cameras after 1,100 physical attacks in a year

02 June 2021
Ambulance staff to get body cameras after 1,100 physical attacks in a year

Ambulance staff to get body cameras after 1,100 physical attacks in a year

02 June 2021

£1million is being used to give frontline staff better protection from assaults and verbal attacks


First female chief constable likely for Warwickshire Police

01 June 2021
First female chief constable likely for Warwickshire Police

First female chief constable likely for Warwickshire Police

01 June 2021

Temporary Deputy Chief Constable Debbie Tedds has been put forward for the role.


61-year-old dies after motorcycle accident in Cotswolds

31 May 2021
61-year-old dies after motorcycle accident in Cotswolds

61-year-old dies after motorcycle accident in Cotswolds

31 May 2021

There was a three-vehicle collision on the A429 near Moreton-in-Marsh on Sunday.


Helping south Warwickshire's homeless with contactless giving points

31 May 2021
Helping south Warwickshire's homeless with contactless giving points

Helping south Warwickshire's homeless with contactless giving points

31 May 2021

The new giving points allow easy donations to support homeless people and those at risk of homelessness.


Half-term activity ideas to keep children entertained

29 May 2021
Half-term activity ideas to keep children entertained

Half-term activity ideas to keep children entertained

29 May 2021

With venues open again, there are plenty of options for the May/June half-term


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