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Campaigners will try to overturn Stratford BID’s successful vote

01 March 2024
Campaigners will try to overturn Stratford BID’s successful vote

Campaigners will try to overturn Stratford BID’s successful vote

01 March 2024

Business Action Groups Stratford are writing to Michael Gove to argue that the ballot of local businesses was invalid.


‘Closure’ fears for on-call fire stations

09 November 2023
‘Closure’ fears for on-call fire stations

‘Closure’ fears for on-call fire stations

09 November 2023

Fire and Rescue Services Association claims cuts being considered will result in the downgrading of fire stations across south Warwickshire.


Shortage of dentists impacts A+E

02 November 2023
Shortage of dentists impacts A+E

Shortage of dentists impacts A+E

02 November 2023

Lack of NHS dentists forces patients to use A+E at the South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust


U-turn on ticket office is welcomed

01 November 2023
U-turn on ticket office is welcomed

U-turn on ticket office is welcomed

01 November 2023

Campaigners against controversial plans to close the ticket office at Stratford railway station welcomed the government’s big U-turn on the proposals.


Storm Babet brings flood misery to homes and roads

28 October 2023
Storm Babet brings flood misery to homes and roads

Storm Babet brings flood misery to homes and roads

28 October 2023

Drivers forced to abandon vehicles and rail tracks under water as storm causes transport chaos.


Support stalls for airfield plans

24 September 2023
Support stalls for airfield plans

Support stalls for airfield plans

24 September 2023

Development of Wellesbourne Airfield meets with massive thumbs-down from local residents.


Noise at the Nag’s Head – Henley pub’s licence appeal could end in courts

16 September 2023
Noise at the Nag’s Head – Henley pub’s licence appeal could end in courts

Noise at the Nag’s Head – Henley pub’s licence appeal could end in courts

16 September 2023

Restrictions were placed on the pub having live or recorded music outdoors.


Schools in Stratford safe from RAAC worries

10 September 2023
Schools in Stratford safe from RAAC worries

Schools in Stratford safe from RAAC worries

10 September 2023

Stratford district schools escape worries over RAAC concrete as Myton School in Warwick is nearest forced to shut


Former cinema site in Stratford could be turned into 29 flats

09 September 2023
Former cinema site in Stratford could be turned into 29 flats

Former cinema site in Stratford could be turned into 29 flats

09 September 2023

The development in Windsor Street could even be named after the Picturehouse, which was torn down.


Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi silent over reports of potential job at national newspaper group

08 September 2023
Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi silent over reports of potential job at national newspaper group

Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi silent over reports of potential job at national newspaper group

08 September 2023

According to The Times, Nadhim Zahawi is acting as a middleman to help the Barclay family regain control of The Daily Telegraph.


Sewage dumped in River Avon on average 2.7 times a day

06 September 2023
Sewage dumped in River Avon on average 2.7 times a day

Sewage dumped in River Avon on average 2.7 times a day

06 September 2023

An MP has revealed that there were 980 sewage dumps into the River Avon in 2022.


Consultation and exhibition on Wellesbourne Airfield planned for this week

04 September 2023
Consultation and exhibition on Wellesbourne Airfield planned for this week

Consultation and exhibition on Wellesbourne Airfield planned for this week

04 September 2023

Public are invited to have their say over future development plans


VIDEO: Police commissioner denies hunt sympathies interfere with duties

01 September 2023
VIDEO: Police commissioner denies hunt sympathies interfere with duties

VIDEO: Police commissioner denies hunt sympathies interfere with duties

01 September 2023

Police commissioner Philip Seccombe tells sabs Countryside Alliance not conflict of interest in policing of Warwickshire Hunt


Sleepy town needs a nightlife booster

28 August 2023
Sleepy town needs a nightlife booster

Sleepy town needs a nightlife booster

28 August 2023

Both young and old complain about the lack of nightlife in Stratford. So what’s the solution?


Sleepy town needs a nightlife booster

28 August 2023
Sleepy town needs a nightlife booster

Sleepy town needs a nightlife booster

28 August 2023

Both young and old complain about the lack of nightlife in Stratford. So what’s the solution?


Every hour counts in Warwickshire farmers’ race to rescue harvest

23 August 2023
Every hour counts in Warwickshire farmers’ race to rescue harvest

Every hour counts in Warwickshire farmers’ race to rescue harvest

23 August 2023

Wheat farmers in south Warwickshire have had a tricky time grabbing the right moment to bring in their haul from the fields.


Warwickshire’s new residents’ parking permit scheme ‘discriminates against older people’

08 August 2023
Warwickshire’s new residents’ parking permit scheme ‘discriminates against older people’

Warwickshire’s new residents’ parking permit scheme ‘discriminates against older people’

08 August 2023

Warwickshire County Council has been accused of discriminating against older people by introducing technology many cannot use.


Exploring Stratford’s history in a book looking back to 1600s

06 August 2023
Exploring Stratford’s history in a book looking back to 1600s

Exploring Stratford’s history in a book looking back to 1600s

06 August 2023

The book includes the new rules for Stratford following the fires that devastated the town.


Stratford charity to create two jobs after landing £230,000 of funding

03 August 2023
Stratford charity to create two jobs after landing £230,000 of funding

Stratford charity to create two jobs after landing £230,000 of funding

03 August 2023

Voluntary Action Stratford-on-Avon has been granted the money in its 45th anniversary year.


Review: L'Orfeo – classy stuff and precisely what’s expected from Longborough

28 July 2023
Review: L'Orfeo – classy stuff and precisely what’s expected from Longborough

Review: L'Orfeo – classy stuff and precisely what’s expected from Longborough

28 July 2023

Twelve singers of undeniable class and La Serenissima orchestra perform L’Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi.


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