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Practically perfect in every way! (Review)

17 March 2016
Practically perfect in every way! (Review)

Practically perfect in every way! (Review)

17 March 2016

Mary Poppins has just flown in at the Birmingham Hippodrome – and with a heavyweight collaborative pairing of Cameron Mackintosh and Disney, behind it,…


In today's Herald. . .

17 March 2016
In today's Herald. . .

In today's Herald. . .

17 March 2016

BRUMMIE comic Jasper Carrott has spoken to the Stratford-upon-Avon Herald this week to back efforts by villagers to block the departure of the landlord…


WIN a year's family pass to Hatton Adventure World

16 March 2016
WIN a year's family pass to Hatton Adventure World

WIN a year's family pass to Hatton Adventure World

16 March 2016

HATTON Adventure World has teamed up with the Stratford Herald to offer readers the chance to win an annual family pass, worth £309, to the Warwickshire…


Market site housing up for approval

16 March 2016
Market site housing up for approval

Market site housing up for approval

16 March 2016

A HOUSING development on the former Stratford-upon-Avon cattle market looks likely to get the go ahead tonight, Wednesday. Stratford-on-Avon District…


Sacconi's welcome return to Stratford

16 March 2016
Sacconi's welcome return to Stratford

Sacconi's welcome return to Stratford

16 March 2016

THE Sacconi String Quartet and clarinettist Timothy Orpen play the last of this season’s Stratford Chamber Music concerts at the Shakespeare Institute…


Award hopes for drama group

16 March 2016
Award hopes for drama group

Award hopes for drama group

16 March 2016

LIGHTHORNE Drama Group is through to the quarter-finals of a national competition after winning a heat of the All-England Theatre Festival in Nuneaton. The…


Herald poll: Thumbs down for big wheel

16 March 2016
Herald poll: Thumbs down for big wheel

Herald poll: Thumbs down for big wheel

16 March 2016

AN online poll has suggested the people of Stratford are not keen on the proposed big wheel. Herald Twitter users voted by 69 per cent to 31 per cent…


Businesses chief 'disappointed' with Osborne's Budget

16 March 2016
Businesses chief 'disappointed' with Osborne's Budget

Businesses chief 'disappointed' with Osborne's Budget

16 March 2016

BUSINESS leaders in Coventry and Warwickshire say George Osborne’s budget will be popular with small firms. But Louise Bennett, chief executive of the…


Man threatened people with an axe - police

15 March 2016
Man threatened people with an axe - police

Man threatened people with an axe - police

15 March 2016

A MAN has been arrested in connection with an incident in which an axe was reportedly wielded in Chipping Campden. It happened on the High Street in the…


Birthplace tavern puts Bard on tap

15 March 2016
Birthplace tavern puts Bard on tap

Birthplace tavern puts Bard on tap

15 March 2016

A GLASS will be raised to William Shakespeare at the Swan and Maidenhead Inn — the pub that was once housed in his family home in Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon. The…


Trampoline arena set to create 70 new jobs

15 March 2016
Trampoline arena set to create 70 new jobs

Trampoline arena set to create 70 new jobs

15 March 2016

SEVENTY jobs will be created when a trampoline arena opens in Warwick later this year. Jump In in Hermes Close on Tachbrook Park is the company’s second…


Trio saddle up in support of former teammate Matt

15 March 2016
Trio saddle up in support of former teammate Matt

Trio saddle up in support of former teammate Matt

15 March 2016

FRIENDS who met at a local football club are cycling 400 miles across four countries for an ex-teammate who has cancer. Sam Canty, Joe Weston and Matt…


Restoration uncovers 600-year-old painting

14 March 2016
Restoration uncovers 600-year-old painting

Restoration uncovers 600-year-old painting

14 March 2016

AN astonishing 15th century painting has been uncovered by conservationists working to restore Stratford-upon-Avon’s historic Guildhall. The discovery…


School plays host to journey of discovery

12 March 2016
School plays host to journey of discovery

School plays host to journey of discovery

12 March 2016

A TOP space scientist will be presenting a free public lecture on his best-selling book The Knowledge: How to Rebuild our World from Scratch on Monday,…


Bernie ups the stakes with money talk

12 March 2016
Bernie ups the stakes with money talk

Bernie ups the stakes with money talk

12 March 2016

A WARWICK-based international speaker and business coach for the financial community has been addressing more than 8,500 delegates at a global conference…


VIDEO: Aerial footage reveals extent of flooding

12 March 2016
VIDEO: Aerial footage reveals extent of flooding

VIDEO: Aerial footage reveals extent of flooding

12 March 2016

THIS aerial video was filmed on Thursday afternoon and shows the full extent of the flooding that unexpectedly hit Stratford-upon-Avon this week. Simon…


Dave will fill the skills gap

12 March 2016
Dave will fill the skills gap

Dave will fill the skills gap

12 March 2016

STUDENTS at Stratford-upon-Avon School are to receive independent advice and support to provide inspiration about their future careers as part of a national…


Norovirus outbreak closes hospital wards

12 March 2016
Norovirus outbreak closes hospital wards

Norovirus outbreak closes hospital wards

12 March 2016

AN outbreak of the norovirus has closed a ward at Warwick Hospital No visitors are allowed in Farries Ward until further notice, except on compassionate…


New vets take the lead at Avonvale surgeries

12 March 2016
New vets take the lead at Avonvale surgeries

New vets take the lead at Avonvale surgeries

12 March 2016

THREE new vets have joined the ranks of Avonvale Veterinary Centres. South African Lara Vetten has just completed her Certificate in Medicine and is an…


INTERVIEW: All rise for the King of the one-liners

12 March 2016
INTERVIEW: All rise for the King of the one-liners

INTERVIEW: All rise for the King of the one-liners

12 March 2016

GARY Delaney comes to Stratford ArtsHouse on Saturday, 12th March, with his new tour show, There’s Something About Gary. He is widely regarded as being…


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