Home   Authors   Author

Subscribe Now

BREAKING NEWS with VIDEO: It's Stratford! . . . Town wins race to get its own Monopoly board

24 March 2016
BREAKING NEWS with VIDEO: It's Stratford! . . . Town wins race to get its own Monopoly board

BREAKING NEWS with VIDEO: It's Stratford! . . . Town wins race to get its own Monopoly board

24 March 2016

STRATFORD has played a blinder and won the race to have its own version of the world famous board game Monopoly - and it's all down to the public. People…


Free event to help small businesses tackle crime

23 March 2016
Free event to help small businesses tackle crime

Free event to help small businesses tackle crime

23 March 2016

A FREE event to help small businesses tackle crime against them will be held this Thursday in Bishop’s Tachbrook. New research from the Federation of…


James is Burnley's mascot for the big match on Saturday

21 March 2016
James is Burnley's mascot for the big match on Saturday

James is Burnley's mascot for the big match on Saturday

21 March 2016

CLAVERDON’S James Price had a day out he’ll never forget when he was chief mascot at Turf Moor, home to Burnley Football Club, on Saturday and escorted…


Monopoly moment of truth for Stratford

21 March 2016
Monopoly moment of truth for Stratford

Monopoly moment of truth for Stratford

21 March 2016

THE moment of truth for Stratford-upon-Avon to have a Monopoly board named after the town is fast approaching but we won't know who has been chosen among…


On the run for a cause close to her heart

20 March 2016
On the run for a cause close to her heart

On the run for a cause close to her heart

20 March 2016

A STROKE survivor from Tysoe will be taking part in the Stroke Association’s Resolution Run, at Warwick Castle, on Sunday 20th March, to raise money for…


War heroes are remembered through village street names

20 March 2016
War heroes are remembered through village street names

War heroes are remembered through village street names

20 March 2016

FOUR soldiers from Kineton, who were presented with the Military Cross for serving in the First World War, have been commemorated at a new housing development…


Stratford's big wheel revealed

18 March 2016
Stratford's big wheel revealed

Stratford's big wheel revealed

18 March 2016

PLANS for a big wheel on Stratford-upon-Avon’s Recreation Ground have been revealed with a 35 metre structure set to dominate the town’s skyline. The…


Council's rejection of new Tiddington homes upheld

18 March 2016
Council's rejection of new Tiddington homes upheld

Council's rejection of new Tiddington homes upheld

18 March 2016

STRATFORD District Council’s decision to reject plans for 100 homes in Tiddington has been upheld. The Rosconn Group applied to build the homes on both…


Police helicopter films Stratford streets for murder trial

17 March 2016
Police helicopter films Stratford streets for murder trial

Police helicopter films Stratford streets for murder trial

17 March 2016

A POLICE helicopter hovering over Stratford town centre on Thursday afternoon was videoing key locations involved in a murder in the town last year. Arden…


Shakespeare Week is a big hit with local schools

17 March 2016
Shakespeare Week is a big hit with local schools

Shakespeare Week is a big hit with local schools

17 March 2016

HUNDREDS of primary school children in the Stratford-upon-Avon area have enthusiastically embraced the world’s greatest playwright as part of Shakespeare…


New homes given go-ahead for Cattle Market site

17 March 2016
New homes given go-ahead for Cattle Market site

New homes given go-ahead for Cattle Market site

17 March 2016

NEW homes look set to fill the void that has been an eyesore in Stratford-upon-Avon for years as Stratford District Council gave the thumbs up to develop…


Stratford gets a new High Steward

17 March 2016
Stratford gets a new High Steward

Stratford gets a new High Steward

17 March 2016

STRATFORD’S new High Steward was appointed this week at the Town Hall. The 9th Marquess of Hertford has become the 24th High Steward of Stratford, a largely…


PICTURES: Car smash at Warwick Hospital

16 March 2016
PICTURES: Car smash at Warwick Hospital

PICTURES: Car smash at Warwick Hospital

16 March 2016

FIRE and police crews attended a road traffic collision in the car park in the grounds of Warwick Hospital today, Wednesday. Medical teams reported slight…


Entrepreneurial brothers expand

16 March 2016
Entrepreneurial brothers expand

Entrepreneurial brothers expand

16 March 2016

TWO Warwickshire-based property entrepreneurs, who harnessed the power of the internet to drive forward their fledgling letting agency, have launched…


Village pub's fresh identity

16 March 2016
Village pub's fresh identity

Village pub's fresh identity

16 March 2016

THE Kitchen at Farnborough opened its doors last Friday sporting a complete new look and new name to go with it. Formerly The Inn at Farnborough, owners,…


D-Day veteran honoured with distinction medal

10 March 2016
D-Day veteran honoured with distinction medal

D-Day veteran honoured with distinction medal

10 March 2016

STRATFORD-upon-Avon's Gordon Mucklow, age 92, has been awarded Chevalier in the Ordre National de la Legion D’honneur – France’s highest distinction medal…


Alyce set to scale new heights for charity

10 March 2016
Alyce set to scale new heights for charity

Alyce set to scale new heights for charity

10 March 2016

ALYCE Markham isn’t very keen on heights but she’s determined to overcome any fears she might have by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in August in aid of a…


Search is on to find face of Stratford

10 March 2016
Search is on to find face of Stratford

Search is on to find face of Stratford

10 March 2016

MEN and women can enter a major competition to find The Face of Stratford 2016 and front a campaign to promote a Shakespeare themed charity collection…


Official opening of new wards at Warwick Hospital

10 March 2016
Official opening of new wards at Warwick Hospital

Official opening of new wards at Warwick Hospital

10 March 2016

SOUTH Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT) has officially opened its new orthopaedic wards at Warwick Hospital today, Monday 7th March. Chris White,…


Legal firm's hospice legacy

10 March 2016
Legal firm's hospice legacy

Legal firm's hospice legacy

10 March 2016

A DONATION of £2,800 has been handed to the Myton Hospices — and it is enough to pay for more than 100 hours of nursing. The money has come from Warwickshire…


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More