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Big Wheel: Consultation deadline extended

26 May 2016
Big Wheel: Consultation deadline extended

Big Wheel: Consultation deadline extended

26 May 2016

OPERATORS of a proposed big wheel in Stratford-upon-Avon have now submitted further information about the wheel to Stratford District Council which means…


VIDEO: Dramatic dash cam footage released of six vehicle smash

25 May 2016
VIDEO: Dramatic dash cam footage released of six vehicle smash

VIDEO: Dramatic dash cam footage released of six vehicle smash

25 May 2016

WARWICKSHIRE Police has released dramatic dash cam footage of a six vehicle collision in Stratford which resulted in serious injuries to drivers and extensive…


Police ready to use new powers to prevent harm caused by psychoactive substances – ‘legal highs’

25 May 2016
Police ready to use new powers to prevent harm caused by psychoactive substances – ‘legal highs’

Police ready to use new powers to prevent harm caused by psychoactive substances – ‘legal highs’

25 May 2016

NEW legislation covering psychoactive substances, often referred to as so-called 'legal highs', comes into effect on Thursday 26th May with offenders…


Splashing the cash to ease flood fears

24 May 2016
Splashing the cash to ease flood fears

Splashing the cash to ease flood fears

24 May 2016

A FURTHER £400, 000 has been invested in Alcester’s flood defences as part of an ongoing scheme of improvement in the town. Severn Trent has started the…


Strikes at Warwick and Coventry Universities over pay row

24 May 2016
Strikes at Warwick and Coventry Universities over pay row

Strikes at Warwick and Coventry Universities over pay row

24 May 2016

MEMBERS of the University and College Union (UCU) at Coventry and Warwick universities will walk out tomorrow as part of a national two-day strike in…


Stratford Town Trust to hold first Members' Surgery

24 May 2016
Stratford Town Trust to hold first Members' Surgery

Stratford Town Trust to hold first Members' Surgery

24 May 2016

STRATFORD Town Trust is to hold its first Members’ Surgery which will be an opportunity for members to chat one-to-one with Trustees and the Chief Executive,…


Warwickshire is one of Europe's top destinations

24 May 2016
Warwickshire is one of Europe's top destinations

Warwickshire is one of Europe's top destinations

24 May 2016

WARWICKSHIRE has been named as one of Europe’s top destinations for travellers this summer. The English county received the accolade in Lonely Planet’s…


Work starts on new fire station at Gaydon

24 May 2016
Work starts on new fire station at Gaydon

Work starts on new fire station at Gaydon

24 May 2016

WORK on a new fire station located on the Aston Martin site, Banbury Road, Gaydon has now begun. The new station which will have excellent access to the…


Trust named as a top 40 hospital

23 May 2016
Trust named as a top 40 hospital

Trust named as a top 40 hospital

23 May 2016

FOR the seventh successive year South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT) has been named as a ‘Top 40 Hospital’. CHKS, a leading provider of healthcare…


Lucky escape at Long Marston after microlight suffers heavy landing

23 May 2016
Lucky escape at Long Marston after microlight suffers heavy landing

Lucky escape at Long Marston after microlight suffers heavy landing

23 May 2016

Two men have escaped serious injury after their microlight came down heavily as it came in to land. It happened at Long Marston Airfield in Warwickshire…


Water bill will leave Scouts high and dry

23 May 2016
Water bill will leave Scouts high and dry

Water bill will leave Scouts high and dry

23 May 2016

FIRST Shottery Scout Group are appealing to Severn Trent Water chiefs to review a £7,000 bill they have been landed with as a result of a leaking pipe. The…


Alcester hit by overnight thefts

19 May 2016
Alcester hit by overnight thefts

Alcester hit by overnight thefts

19 May 2016

POLICE are warning motorists and householders to be extra vigilant and tighten personal security measures after a spate of thefts from vehicles in the…


VIDEO: Plea to help buy vital medical chair for Ciara

18 May 2016
VIDEO: Plea to help buy vital medical chair for Ciara

VIDEO: Plea to help buy vital medical chair for Ciara

18 May 2016

GENEROUS donations from the public have helped Wilmcote teenager Ciara Barry receive vital life enhancing medical treatment but £2,200 is still needed…


Pitching in for successful event

18 May 2016
Pitching in for successful event

Pitching in for successful event

18 May 2016

A FETE hosted by First Shottery Scout Group on Saturday, 8th May, raised over £500 for the general maintenance of the Scout headquarters situated off…


Regional policing operation targets online sex offenders

17 May 2016
Regional policing operation targets online sex offenders

Regional policing operation targets online sex offenders

17 May 2016

A POLICING operation involving four police forces in the West Midlands is targeting suspected paedophiles operating online. Operation Safenet was launched…


Petrov bounces back at new trampoline arena

17 May 2016
Petrov bounces back at new trampoline arena

Petrov bounces back at new trampoline arena

17 May 2016

STILIYAN Petrov was guest of honour at the official opening of the new Jump In Warwick trampoline arena on Saturday. The former Aston Villa player is…


New guide in time for Dementia Awareness Week

16 May 2016
New guide in time for Dementia Awareness Week

New guide in time for Dementia Awareness Week

16 May 2016

TO mark this week's National Dementia Awareness Week, Stratford District Council is promoting the range of support available locally for people living…


House fire in Lighthorne Heath

16 May 2016
House fire in Lighthorne Heath

House fire in Lighthorne Heath

16 May 2016

FIRE crews from Gaydon and Leamington were called to a house fire at midday on Monday in Lighthorne Heath. On arrival crews were faced with smoke coming…


New PCC Philip Seccombe outlines his priorities for Warwickshire

14 May 2016
New PCC Philip Seccombe outlines his priorities for Warwickshire

New PCC Philip Seccombe outlines his priorities for Warwickshire

14 May 2016

THE newly-elected Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Warwickshire has pledged to put the interests of the people of Warwickshire “first and foremost”…


Marion Cargill: Alcester was always at the centre of former mayor’s life

12 May 2016
Marion Cargill: Alcester was always at the centre of former mayor’s life

Marion Cargill: Alcester was always at the centre of former mayor’s life

12 May 2016

MARION Cargill, former mayor of Alcester, has died at the age of 92. Marion was born in Gas House Lane, Alcester, in December 1923. She served with the…


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