Centenarian credits her long and happy existence to "taking things as they come and carrying on... while having a wonderful family around you".
Ryan Taylor's former home is currently available to rent.
The food bank, based in the Fred Winter Centre on Guild Street, says it needs help from the community.
The hearing, which took place on Tuesday 10th May, will decide whether the land can be used as a traveller site.
Crews from across South Warwickshire sent fire appliances to the scene this morning.
Jamma Stewart was angered at what he saw as a heavy-handed approach by BID employees over Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
Police are appealing for information following the incident yesterday (28th April).
Work on The Stag's Head has begun, with traditional methods being used to restore the historic pub.
Following on from the Herald's piece on the lost pubs of Stratford, we take a further look back into the pub life of the town.
The people of Stratford came together to celebrate the 458th birthday of Shakespeare
The Boathouse closed its doors as a nightclub in September 1994, but not before the ravers and revellers of Stratford enjoyed one final night.
The Tesco Express in Shipston opened last Thursday with Mayor Ian Cooper cutting the ribbon.
The garden at Foundation House on Masons Road was vandalised on Bank Holiday Monday.
Video footage sent to the Herald shows Ukrainian medical staff happily recieving messages of support from schoolchildren.
Chris Wyatt is hoping to auction off his relief art to raise money for Air Ambulance.
Warwickshire Pride will be holding events in Stratford and Shipston ahead of August's parade in Leamington.
Two ex-NHS ambulances were driven from Hampton Lucy to near the Ukrainian border.
A roundup of the family fun to be had in Stratford over the Easter holidays.
The Herald delved into the past to unearth Stratford's lost pubs.
Members of Stratford Rugby Club took on a 24 hour walkathon to raise money for the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.