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Rural crime a top priority

03 August 2016
Rural crime a top priority

Rural crime a top priority

03 August 2016

RURAL crime will be tackled with the same vigour as urban crime - that's the pledge from Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe who…


Thirty day fitness challenge for medical staff

02 August 2016
Thirty day fitness challenge for medical staff

Thirty day fitness challenge for medical staff

02 August 2016

SOUTH Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust are promoting Work Out at Work and have developed a 30-day fitness challenge which staff from a range of disciplines…


Marking 200 years of engineering history

30 July 2016
Marking 200 years of engineering history

Marking 200 years of engineering history

30 July 2016

EDSTONE Aqueduct at Bearley celebrated its 200th anniversary this month. It is England’s longest aqueduct measuring 500 feet and was built to link trade…


Thai Festival brings Orient to Warwick Racecourse

30 July 2016
Thai Festival brings Orient to Warwick Racecourse

Thai Festival brings Orient to Warwick Racecourse

30 July 2016

WARWICK Rotary’s popular Thai Festival is being staged at Warwick Racecourse, tomorrow, Sunday; it has moved from the town centre after 11 years. Over…


Fundraising is child's play at town school

29 July 2016
Fundraising is child's play at town school

Fundraising is child's play at town school

29 July 2016

THE teamwork has paid off as pupils, parents and staff at Stratford Primary celebrate raising £20,000 for new playground equipment which includes a state…


Former nightclub demolition begins

29 July 2016
Former nightclub demolition begins

Former nightclub demolition begins

29 July 2016

IT was once the centre of live music and entertainment in Stratford but this week the demolition of the Green Dragon pub in Greenhill Street began. In…


Game Fair at Ragley Hall this weekend

28 July 2016
Game Fair at Ragley Hall this weekend

Game Fair at Ragley Hall this weekend

28 July 2016

THE Game Fair returns to the familiar surroundings of Ragley Hall, near Alcester this weekend from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st July. Now in its 58th year,…


VIDEO: Marc's proposal to Anne at Holy Trinity Church

28 July 2016
VIDEO: Marc's proposal to Anne at Holy Trinity Church

VIDEO: Marc's proposal to Anne at Holy Trinity Church

28 July 2016

THE family of a Shottery man who romantically proposed to his partner in front of Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon last July, have paid tribute…


Charity head shave for hospital

27 July 2016
Charity head shave for hospital

Charity head shave for hospital

27 July 2016

JANE Pattinson has raised £1,217 by shaving her head in support of the Cancer Unit at Warwick Hospital. Following the support and care she received from…


Scouts in clean-up on canal

26 July 2016
Scouts in clean-up on canal

Scouts in clean-up on canal

26 July 2016

SCOUTS from the 1 st Stratford Scout group have been out and about along the canal in Stratford Upon Avon helping to spruce up the waterways as part of…


No Stratford entry in this year's Britain in Bloom

25 July 2016
No Stratford entry in this year's Britain in Bloom

No Stratford entry in this year's Britain in Bloom

25 July 2016

SIZZLING sun, temperatures soaring and the chance for Stratford-upon-Avon to shine in this year’s Britain in Bloom but organisers have today, Monday,…


Is this the end for airfield homes plan?

23 July 2016
Is this the end for airfield homes plan?

Is this the end for airfield homes plan?

23 July 2016

THE future of aviation businesses on Wellesbourne Airfield have been safeguarded following Stratford District Council’s adoption of its Core Strategy. Ever…


Students among the world's best

22 July 2016
Students among the world's best

Students among the world's best

22 July 2016

STAFF and students of St Benedict’s Sixth Form in Alcester are in good spirits as results for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma were published…


Shakespeare's will goes on show

22 July 2016
Shakespeare's will goes on show

Shakespeare's will goes on show

22 July 2016

ONE of the most important original documents relating to William Shakespeare is now on show in his hometown for the very first time since it was written…


Butterfly Farm gets a brand new look

22 July 2016
Butterfly Farm gets a brand new look

Butterfly Farm gets a brand new look

22 July 2016

STRATFORD Butterfly Farm has several reasons to be celebrating. The popular attraction will not only be unveiling its brand new look today, Friday, since…


County Council launches campaign to reach older drivers in Warwickshire.

21 July 2016
County Council launches campaign to reach older drivers in Warwickshire.

County Council launches campaign to reach older drivers in Warwickshire.

21 July 2016

HELP is at hand for older drivers. Sadly, over the last three years there were 1508 personal injury casualties over the age of 60, which represents 18…


VIDEO: Pavement 'bubbling up' in Stratford?

21 July 2016
VIDEO: Pavement 'bubbling up' in Stratford?

VIDEO: Pavement 'bubbling up' in Stratford?

21 July 2016

HERALD reader Louisa Helen Rainbow Randell videod this brief clip of what looks like buckled pavement in the Bancroft Gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon. It…


Crime Commissioner welcomes six per cent drop in crime nationwide

21 July 2016
Crime Commissioner welcomes six per cent drop in crime nationwide

Crime Commissioner welcomes six per cent drop in crime nationwide

21 July 2016

WARWICKSHIRE’S Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has welcomed national figures showing a six per cent drop in crime over the last year. The…


UPDATE: Road open following road traffic accident

20 July 2016
UPDATE: Road open following road traffic accident

UPDATE: Road open following road traffic accident

20 July 2016

A SECTION of the Warwick Road on the A439 near Marroway Island is now re-open following a road traffic collision earlier today. Emergency services were…


Water safety advice during hot weather

19 July 2016
Water safety advice during hot weather

Water safety advice during hot weather

19 July 2016

Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police is offering advice and reminding people of the dangers of swimming in open water. As summer temperatures soar,…


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