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Alcester High Street named a Rising Star in national awards

08 October 2015
Alcester High Street named a Rising Star in national awards

Alcester High Street named a Rising Star in national awards

08 October 2015

Despite not quite reaching the finals, the judging panel were so impressed by the great strides made in improving Alcester’s High Street, in particular…


Roll up, roll up, Mop time's here!

07 October 2015
Roll up, roll up, Mop time's here!

Roll up, roll up, Mop time's here!

07 October 2015

The Charity Mop is on Sunday from 4pm until 11pm and is followed by the main mop on Monday, which runs from 11am until midnight and will be formally opened…


School coach and van crash

06 October 2015
School coach and van crash

School coach and van crash

06 October 2015

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “The van driver, a man in his forties, had neck and shoulder pain. He was immobilised with the use of…


Police web chat to halt hate crime

06 October 2015
Police web chat to halt hate crime

Police web chat to halt hate crime

06 October 2015

The event has been planned to coincide with National Hate Crime Week which runs from 10th to 18th October and is one of a series of events taking place…


Funding for community and voluntary projects

06 October 2015
Funding for community and voluntary projects

Funding for community and voluntary projects

06 October 2015

The partners are looking to fund community and voluntary sector projects primarily up to the value of £10,000 for a one year contract, with the possibility…


Appeal sends Ciara to USA

06 October 2015
Appeal sends Ciara to USA

Appeal sends Ciara to USA

06 October 2015

Eventually £15,000 was raised and Ciara’s journey to Miami for the treatment looks set to go ahead early next year. Ciara was three when she was diagnosed…


Family's tribute to man who died in collision on Europa Way, Warwick

05 October 2015
Family's tribute to man who died in collision on Europa Way, Warwick

Family's tribute to man who died in collision on Europa Way, Warwick

05 October 2015

His family have released the following tribute: "We know nothing will bring our gentle caring son back, but we would appreciate any information that can…


New business centre starts to take shape

01 October 2015
New business centre starts to take shape

New business centre starts to take shape

01 October 2015

Venture House will hopefully become the template for additional facilities in the district, in order to encourage and support local business opportunities…


Tea with The Archers

22 September 2015
Tea with The Archers

Tea with The Archers

22 September 2015

Coffee and cakes will be served at the event, which runs between 10am and 12noon and all are welcome to attend.   Similar events are taking place…


Charity is set up to remember Richard

18 September 2015
Charity is set up to remember Richard

Charity is set up to remember Richard

18 September 2015

Last month, those close to Richard organised a ladies’ luncheon, which raised £1,838 for Cancer Research UK. It was held at Le Bistrot Pierre in Stratford…


Survey to help shape Stratford’s future housing needs

16 September 2015
Survey to help shape Stratford’s future housing needs

Survey to help shape Stratford’s future housing needs

16 September 2015

Over the next few days every household in the parish will receive a survey in order to identify the types and sizes of homes that local people need. A…


Health leaders issue dementia plea in south Warwickshire

16 September 2015
Health leaders issue dementia plea in south Warwickshire

Health leaders issue dementia plea in south Warwickshire

16 September 2015

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that can include memory loss and difficulties…


EXCLUSIVE: Behind the scenes of the lifestyle erotic festival near Stratford

12 September 2015
EXCLUSIVE: Behind the scenes of the lifestyle erotic festival near Stratford

EXCLUSIVE: Behind the scenes of the lifestyle erotic festival near Stratford

12 September 2015

The venue this weekend hosted two main marquees - The Liberty Salon and Saints and Sinners - there was also a number of play tents for people to get to…


Erotic swingers' party in full swing at historic house near Stratford

11 September 2015
Erotic swingers' party in full swing at historic house near Stratford

Erotic swingers' party in full swing at historic house near Stratford

11 September 2015

Locals aren’t so sure. One resident, who did not wish to be identified, said: “The whole thing is little more than a bonking festival. The place already…


PICTURE SPECIAL: Rural show pulls in the crowds

10 September 2015
PICTURE SPECIAL: Rural show pulls in the crowds

PICTURE SPECIAL: Rural show pulls in the crowds

10 September 2015

Moreton is one of the country’s biggest one-day agricultural shows and this year featured 350 trade stands showing or selling everything from combine…


PICTURE SPECIAL: Brave wolf runners go wild

10 September 2015
PICTURE SPECIAL: Brave wolf runners go wild

PICTURE SPECIAL: Brave wolf runners go wild

10 September 2015

This year Shipston Home Nursing was one of the main charities of the two-day event. There were four teams all raising much needed funds for the charity…


Police warning over suspicious chalk markings in Shipston area

10 September 2015
Police warning over suspicious chalk markings in Shipston area

Police warning over suspicious chalk markings in Shipston area

10 September 2015

The significance of the chalk symbols is that they may indicate to a burglar that a certain type of property is more suitable to break-in to than another…


PICTURE SPECIAL: Numbers down but spirits high at Welfest 2015

10 September 2015
PICTURE SPECIAL: Numbers down but spirits high at Welfest 2015

PICTURE SPECIAL: Numbers down but spirits high at Welfest 2015

10 September 2015

This year’s event was staged in September as opposed to its usual June slot which may have had an effect on the number of people who attended. Local bands…


Police officer has admitted paying a child for sex acts

09 September 2015
Police officer has admitted paying a child for sex acts

Police officer has admitted paying a child for sex acts

09 September 2015

In 2002, Mr Cambray was voted best trainee officer of the year, out of 100 other students across Warwickshire. The then community beat bobby was honoured…


Classmates take on St Benedict’s roles

08 September 2015
Classmates take on St Benedict’s roles

Classmates take on St Benedict’s roles

08 September 2015

Head teacher Nick Gibson announced the result of a recent ballot before the start of the school summer holidays. Mr Gibson, who became head teacher at…


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