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Ringing in the changes at Alcester

15 October 2016
Ringing in the changes at Alcester

Ringing in the changes at Alcester

15 October 2016

THE new High Bailiff of Alcester is Ian Whitehead. He is supported in his year of charitable duties within the local community by the new low bailiff…


PICTURES AND VIDEO: Stratford Mop 2016

14 October 2016
PICTURES AND VIDEO: Stratford Mop 2016

PICTURES AND VIDEO: Stratford Mop 2016

14 October 2016

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Tudor baking treats but watch out for the fly pies

13 October 2016
Tudor baking treats but watch out for the fly pies

Tudor baking treats but watch out for the fly pies

13 October 2016

THE Great British Bake Off has featured baking challenges from the Tudor period this week but closer to home Stratford-upon-Avon's very own historic cooks…


Stratford's very own Monopoly board is launched today

13 October 2016
Stratford's very own Monopoly board is launched today

Stratford's very own Monopoly board is launched today

13 October 2016

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON’S unique version of Monopoly was launched today at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Local charities, businesses, civic dignitaries,…


Remembering the fallen at Great War exhibition

13 October 2016
Remembering the fallen at Great War exhibition

Remembering the fallen at Great War exhibition

13 October 2016

TEN men who lived in Great William Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, went to fight in the First World War and never came home again. Theirs is just one of…


Independent Trust, Integrity and Ethics Committee will continue its work

13 October 2016
Independent Trust, Integrity and Ethics Committee will continue its work

Independent Trust, Integrity and Ethics Committee will continue its work

13 October 2016

AN independent committee will continue its work in examining the ethical governance and actions of both Warwickshire and West Mercia Police Forces for…


Pashley wins £80m ‘Boris Bikes’ deal

11 October 2016
Pashley wins £80m ‘Boris Bikes’ deal

Pashley wins £80m ‘Boris Bikes’ deal

11 October 2016

PASHLEY Cycles has secured a lucrative contract deal that will see the Stratford company provide bikes for the London bike hire scheme that is more commonly…


Royally entertained at Fun Palace

11 October 2016
Royally entertained at Fun Palace

Royally entertained at Fun Palace

11 October 2016

THE arts and science came together at a free community event staged by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, and it included everything from Tudor dancing…


Big cat on the prowl near Alcester?

11 October 2016
Big cat on the prowl near Alcester?

Big cat on the prowl near Alcester?

11 October 2016

A BIG cat may have been seen in Great Alne, near Alcester last weekend. The animal has been described to police as having leopard type markings and was…


Stratford's Monopoly board game launches on Thursday

11 October 2016
Stratford's Monopoly board game launches on Thursday

Stratford's Monopoly board game launches on Thursday

11 October 2016

THE waiting is nearly over and the official launch of Stratford-upon-Avon’s very own Monopoly board takes place this Thursday at The Royal Shakespeare…


Male from Shipston convicted of burglary

11 October 2016
Male from Shipston convicted of burglary

Male from Shipston convicted of burglary

11 October 2016

ON 6 th October a Stratford District Council CCTV operator located a vehicle in Shipston-on-Stour that was of interest to Shipston Police Safer Neighbourhood…


Mop fair rolls into town

11 October 2016
Mop fair rolls into town

Mop fair rolls into town

11 October 2016

STRATFORD-upon-Avon's annual mop fair takes to the town's streets today (Tuesday) and Wednesday with a number of road closures taking effect. The following…


PICTURE GALLERY: One final goodbye to ‘our boys’

10 October 2016
PICTURE GALLERY: One final goodbye to ‘our boys’

PICTURE GALLERY: One final goodbye to ‘our boys’

10 October 2016

THE Colours of the now disbanded Second Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers were paraded in Warwick for the final time on Sunday. The annual…


Warwickshire County Council supports World Mental Health Day

10 October 2016
Warwickshire County Council supports World Mental Health Day

Warwickshire County Council supports World Mental Health Day

10 October 2016

Residents in Warwickshire are encouraged to think about their own mental health and wellbeing on World Mental Health Day on Monday 10th October. The theme…


Fire service launch consultation on new fire station and training centre

08 October 2016
Fire service launch consultation on new fire station and training centre

Fire service launch consultation on new fire station and training centre

08 October 2016

WARWICKSHIRE County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service are asking residents for their views on exciting plans for a new training facility and fire station…


The many faces of Shakespeare

08 October 2016
The many faces of Shakespeare

The many faces of Shakespeare

08 October 2016

INTERNATIONALLY renowned children’s author-illustrators Mick Manning and Brita Granström visited Mary Arden’s Farm where they were joined by pupils from…


Traffic delays caused by gas leak in Wood Street

07 October 2016
Traffic delays caused by gas leak in Wood Street

Traffic delays caused by gas leak in Wood Street

07 October 2016

A GAS leak in Wood Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, is the cause of traffic disruption in the town. On Friday morning and throughout the day traffic queued…


Valuation day to raise funds for Holy Trinity

07 October 2016
Valuation day to raise funds for Holy Trinity

Valuation day to raise funds for Holy Trinity

07 October 2016

A RING worth between £5,000 and £8,000 was just one of the many items valued by experts at Holy Trinity Church during an Antiques Valuation Day on Monday. Vases,…


Ethan's back home in Africa after life saving surgery

06 October 2016
Ethan's back home in Africa after life saving surgery

Ethan's back home in Africa after life saving surgery

06 October 2016

ETHAN Suglo has returned to Africa after life-saving surgery funded by the kind hearted efforts of people in Stretton-on-Fosse and south Warwickshire. Ethan,…


Appeal to speak to driver of tractor following fatal collision near Southam in August

05 October 2016
Appeal to speak to driver of tractor following fatal collision near Southam in August

Appeal to speak to driver of tractor following fatal collision near Southam in August

05 October 2016

WARWICKSHIRE Police has released a photo of a tractor that they would like to speak to the driver of in connection with an investigation into a fatal…


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