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Gill Sutherland joined the Stratford Herald in 2014 as the arts editor and senior reporter. In 2021 she became the Herald’s content editor.

River pollution on the agenda ahead of election

17 June 2024
River pollution on the agenda ahead of election

River pollution on the agenda ahead of election

17 June 2024

As Avon suffers record sewage dumping, Stratford candidates call for tougher action on water companies.


Greens standing, but don’t want your votes

16 June 2024
Greens standing, but don’t want your votes

Greens standing, but don’t want your votes

16 June 2024

Although Greens are fielding candidate in Stratford they are not actively campaigning as they do not want to split vote and give Tories the win


Asparagus predicts England win

16 June 2024
Asparagus predicts England win

Asparagus predicts England win

16 June 2024

Evesham fortune-teller Jemima Packington, 67, sees Euros England win in tossed asparagus.


John celebrates 111th with a wee dram

16 June 2024
John celebrates 111th with a wee dram

John celebrates 111th with a wee dram

16 June 2024

World’s second oldest man John Farringdon celebrated his 111th birthday at his south Warwickshire care home


Consultation into NHS beds in south Warwickshire delayed until next year

16 June 2024
Consultation into NHS beds in south Warwickshire delayed until next year

Consultation into NHS beds in south Warwickshire delayed until next year

16 June 2024

Frustration mounts in Shipston as the Ellen Badger hospital development continues without any plans for beds.


Conservative group says don’t vote Tory in

15 June 2024
Conservative group says don’t vote Tory in

Conservative group says don’t vote Tory in

15 June 2024

Stratford CAN not fighting seat, but urges others to ‘vote local’ and not for Conservative candidate Chris Clarkson


An island of your very own

14 June 2024
An island of your very own

An island of your very own

14 June 2024

Picturesque lake with its own island near Samboune village goes to auction next week.


Sponsorship blow to town’s literary festival

13 June 2024
Sponsorship blow to town’s literary festival

Sponsorship blow to town’s literary festival

13 June 2024

Baillie Gifford pull sponsorship of literary festivals, including Stratford, after ‘bullying tactics’ from activists Fossil Free Books.


Warehouse deal allows firm to expand

10 June 2024
Warehouse deal allows firm to expand

Warehouse deal allows firm to expand

10 June 2024

E-commerce outfit Keplin Group increase presence at Meon Vale Business Park


‘Night closure could tackle car park ASB’

09 June 2024
‘Night closure could tackle car park ASB’

‘Night closure could tackle car park ASB’

09 June 2024

Residents implore council to close Stratford’s Windsor Street car park at night as frustration with anti-social behaviour continues.


‘Lovely and kind’ – tributes to Liz

09 June 2024
‘Lovely and kind’ – tributes to Liz

‘Lovely and kind’ – tributes to Liz

09 June 2024

Friends and Marks and Spencer colleagues pay tribute to Elizabeth Jones after body found in search for missing Salford Priors woman


Stratford Concert Band marks 5oth anniversary

07 June 2024
Stratford Concert Band marks 5oth anniversary

Stratford Concert Band marks 5oth anniversary

07 June 2024

Stratford Concert Band’s plays at the Play House this Saturday in celebration of its 50th anniversary


‘I’m absolutely thrilled’

07 June 2024
‘I’m absolutely thrilled’

‘I’m absolutely thrilled’

07 June 2024

Conservative parliamentary candidate for Stratford Chris Clarkson gives his first interview to the Herald.


Fight is on as Tories select ex-Manchester MP

07 June 2024
Fight is on as Tories select ex-Manchester MP

Fight is on as Tories select ex-Manchester MP

07 June 2024

Final shout for candidates standing in Stratford is today - as criticism over Tory pick Clarkson persists


‘Volunteers are the backbone of our community’

06 June 2024
‘Volunteers are the backbone of our community’

‘Volunteers are the backbone of our community’

06 June 2024

Recruitment drive for helping hands as Volunteers’ Week celebrates 40 years.


D-Day anniversary - Stratford widow recalls her husband’s role at Pegasus Bridge

06 June 2024
D-Day anniversary - Stratford widow recalls her husband’s role at Pegasus Bridge

D-Day anniversary - Stratford widow recalls her husband’s role at Pegasus Bridge

06 June 2024

Joyce Boland, 99, whose husband Oliver played a crucial role in the 1944 victory, will be lighting a ‘D-Day 80 Lamp Light of Peace’ today.


Orchestra of the Swan collaboration brings Bhangra beats

05 June 2024
Orchestra of the Swan collaboration brings Bhangra beats

Orchestra of the Swan collaboration brings Bhangra beats

05 June 2024

Bhangra rock band Kissmet and Stratford’s Orchestra of the Swan join forces at Birmingham Town Hall concert this Saturday.


Back to the drawing Bard

05 June 2024
Back to the drawing Bard

Back to the drawing Bard

05 June 2024

Stratford artist Claire Henley’s characterful designs of RSC buildings now adorn a variety of products in the RSC shop.


Sad end of an era for electrical shop

04 June 2024
Sad end of an era for electrical shop

Sad end of an era for electrical shop

04 June 2024

A Clarke Electrical Services in Shipston’s High Street is to close after 60 years trading.


Crowne Plaza remains shut for summer

02 June 2024
Crowne Plaza remains shut for summer

Crowne Plaza remains shut for summer

02 June 2024

Stratford’s Crowne Plaza will open in September while refurbishment takes place following fire in April


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