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£15,000 of damage as thieves strike at south Warwickshire museum

26 March 2022
£15,000 of damage as thieves strike at south Warwickshire museum

£15,000 of damage as thieves strike at south Warwickshire museum

26 March 2022

Items from Second World War planes are stolen.


Praise for the care from NHS orchestra

23 March 2022
Praise for the care from NHS orchestra

Praise for the care from NHS orchestra

23 March 2022

Paul Guyver praised the NHS staff who helped him recover from a nasty bacterial infection.


Stratford BHS building to get makeover before being converted into hotel

19 March 2022
Stratford BHS building to get makeover before being converted into hotel

Stratford BHS building to get makeover before being converted into hotel

19 March 2022

One of the town's biggest eyesores is to be made to look more presentable prior to developers moving in later this year.


Four-year-old Stratford boy cycles 10 miles to raise money for Ukraine

18 March 2022
Four-year-old Stratford boy cycles 10 miles to raise money for Ukraine

Four-year-old Stratford boy cycles 10 miles to raise money for Ukraine

18 March 2022

And the money is still coming in.


Plans still being drawn up for anti-terror bollards in Waterside, Stratford

14 March 2022
Plans still being drawn up for anti-terror bollards in Waterside, Stratford

Plans still being drawn up for anti-terror bollards in Waterside, Stratford

14 March 2022

Warwickshire County Council confirms the scheme will happen but detailed design are not yet complete.


Concerns over River Avon water quality lead to independent tests

12 March 2022
Concerns over River Avon water quality lead to independent tests

Concerns over River Avon water quality lead to independent tests

12 March 2022

Samples have been taken from five tests sites around Stratford.


Help Shakespeare Come Home to Stratford... final day of fundraising is on Saturday

11 March 2022
Help Shakespeare Come Home to Stratford... final day of fundraising is on Saturday

Help Shakespeare Come Home to Stratford... final day of fundraising is on Saturday

11 March 2022

Saturday will see the final few plays read at the Town Hall as the project draws to a close.


Raising a glass to the WI and Mrs Guinness

09 March 2022
Raising a glass to the WI and Mrs Guinness

Raising a glass to the WI and Mrs Guinness

09 March 2022

Wootton Wawen Women’s Institute celebrated 100 years since their first president, Lydia Lucy Lyster Guinness, took the role.


Owner's reaction after fire at pub near Henley

05 March 2022
Owner's reaction after fire at pub near Henley

Owner's reaction after fire at pub near Henley

05 March 2022

The Crabmill pub at Preston Bagot went up in flames on Monday (28th February)


Stratford wine merchant John Freeland ends vintage career after 55 years

04 March 2022
Stratford wine merchant John Freeland ends vintage career after 55 years

Stratford wine merchant John Freeland ends vintage career after 55 years

04 March 2022

Wine lovers will know John as the one-time owner of CA Rookes.


Locked into the lifestyle

03 March 2022
Locked into the lifestyle

Locked into the lifestyle

03 March 2022

Volunteer lock-keeper, Paul Roache, spoke to the Herald about his work for the Canal and River Trust


NHS staff shortages will keep Stratford's MIU closed for now

03 March 2022
NHS staff shortages will keep Stratford's MIU closed for now

NHS staff shortages will keep Stratford's MIU closed for now

03 March 2022

South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust has provided an update on the hospital unit.


On your bike! Stratford businesses urged to go green with free e-cargo bike test

03 March 2022
On your bike! Stratford businesses urged to go green with free e-cargo bike test

On your bike! Stratford businesses urged to go green with free e-cargo bike test

03 March 2022

The trail scheme is launching this spring and is free for businesses as well as community groups and charities.


Rowan to don the mitre again for Henry V reading

02 March 2022
Rowan to don the mitre again for Henry V reading

Rowan to don the mitre again for Henry V reading

02 March 2022

The former Archbishop of Canterbury will be reading the role as part of the Shakespeare's Coming Home fundraising project.


Firefighters tackle blaze at historic pub

28 February 2022
Firefighters tackle blaze at historic pub

Firefighters tackle blaze at historic pub

28 February 2022

Staff at the Crabmill pub at Preston Bagot say they will be closed until further notice.


Stratford Riverside Project scaled back as some plans shelved... for now

26 February 2022
Stratford Riverside Project scaled back as some plans shelved... for now

Stratford Riverside Project scaled back as some plans shelved... for now

26 February 2022

The plans to turn the area into a Local Nature Reserve remain a key part of the scheme.


Pooches get pampered for animal charity

26 February 2022
Pooches get pampered for animal charity

Pooches get pampered for animal charity

26 February 2022

The Pootch Patch dog grooming salon will be raising funds for The Animal Rescue House in Birmingham.


Coronavirus cases continuing to decrease

25 February 2022
Coronavirus cases continuing to decrease

Coronavirus cases continuing to decrease

25 February 2022

Health Security Agency figures show a decline in positive cases in the last week.


Town's fuel still above UK average

25 February 2022
Town's fuel still above UK average

Town's fuel still above UK average

25 February 2022

Drivers in Stratford are still paying above the national average for their fuel.


Residents left feeling the cold at care complex

22 February 2022
Residents left feeling the cold at care complex

Residents left feeling the cold at care complex

22 February 2022

Residents of Lavender Meadows, in Bishopton, have complained about the radiators used at the care complex.


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