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Explore Warwickshire's history with Heritage Open Days

12 September 2020
Explore Warwickshire's history with Heritage Open Days

Explore Warwickshire's history with Heritage Open Days

12 September 2020

A week-long free celebration of England’s historic culture has begun, with many attractions across Warwickshire taking part in Heritage Open Days. It's…


Mental health support available as children return to school

08 September 2020
Mental health support available as children return to school

Mental health support available as children return to school

08 September 2020

As children and young people go back to school, health organisations across Warwickshire and Coventry are reminding parents, carers and guardians that…


11+ exams postponed until November

17 August 2020
11+ exams postponed until November

11+ exams postponed until November

17 August 2020

School children planning to sit their 11+ tests for selective schools this September will now have to wait until November 2020. New guidance from the…


Counting the cost of rural crime in Warwickshire

14 August 2020
Counting the cost of rural crime in Warwickshire

Counting the cost of rural crime in Warwickshire

14 August 2020

RURAL crime cost Warwickshire £1.7million last year following a sharp rise in criminal gangs targeting farm and livestock machinery, it has been revealed. The…


Further break in at KES Manor Road sports pavilion

14 August 2020
Further break in at KES Manor Road sports pavilion

Further break in at KES Manor Road sports pavilion

14 August 2020

The sports pavilion at the King Edward VI School Playing Fields on Manor Road has been targeted by vandals, just days after it was previously broken into. Last…


Man escapes jail after brandishing machete in late-night incident in quiet Kineton street

11 August 2020
Man escapes jail after brandishing machete in late-night incident in quiet Kineton street

Man escapes jail after brandishing machete in late-night incident in quiet Kineton street

11 August 2020

A MAN who got out of his car brandishing a machete which he then swung at a householder after being challenged about his ‘suspicious behaviour’ has escaped…


Eviction notice served on Manor Road traveller group

10 August 2020
Eviction notice served on Manor Road traveller group

Eviction notice served on Manor Road traveller group

10 August 2020

An eviction order has been served on members of an unauthorised traveller encampment, which set up on the King Edward VI Playing Fields on Manor Road…


Kineton stocks and shares gambler jailed after importing drugs

30 July 2020
Kineton stocks and shares gambler jailed after importing drugs

Kineton stocks and shares gambler jailed after importing drugs

30 July 2020

A Kineton man turned to importing and selling hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of cocaine and ecstasy to fund his addiction to gambling on stocks…


Bridge Street McDonald's re-opens in Stratford

23 July 2020
Bridge Street McDonald's re-opens in Stratford

Bridge Street McDonald's re-opens in Stratford

23 July 2020

STRATFORD'S McDonald's restaurant in Bridge Street has re-opened to customers, as more and more food businesses return to work following the coronavirus…


Special offer on last few homes at Quinton Fields

16 July 2020
Special offer on last few homes at Quinton Fields

Special offer on last few homes at Quinton Fields

16 July 2020

A special offer has been announced for the last few remaining homes of an exclusive development in the village of Lower Quinton, with flooring included*…


Witness appeal following suspected road rage assault

08 July 2020
Witness appeal following suspected road rage assault

Witness appeal following suspected road rage assault

08 July 2020

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man and a woman were subjected to a serious assault close to the Longbridge roundabout, following in a suspected…


Legal action may be taken to remove travellers at Shipston Rugby Club

23 June 2020
Legal action may be taken to remove travellers at Shipston Rugby Club

Legal action may be taken to remove travellers at Shipston Rugby Club

23 June 2020

Legal action may be taken to remove an unauthorised traveller encampment set up at Shipston Rugby Club yesterday, according to its chairman. The group…


Pioneering Stratford homeless centre gains planning permission

18 June 2020
Pioneering Stratford homeless centre gains planning permission

Pioneering Stratford homeless centre gains planning permission

18 June 2020

A RADICAL approach to supporting homeless people in Stratford has moved another step closer to reality. The Fred Winter Centre has been given full planning…


Ambitious plans for Shipston's Ellen Badger Hospital take shape

05 June 2020
Ambitious plans for Shipston's Ellen Badger Hospital take shape

Ambitious plans for Shipston's Ellen Badger Hospital take shape

05 June 2020

THE focus on tacking the coronavirus has not stopped health bosses with making progress on plans for a new vision for services in Shipston based on the…


Housing plan proposed at landmark Southam restaurant

14 May 2020
Housing plan proposed at landmark Southam restaurant

Housing plan proposed at landmark Southam restaurant

14 May 2020

A LANDMARK restaurant and hotel could be demolished to make way for a cul-de-sac of eight houses. The Tarsus Restaurant and Hotel, which has been part…


Diary of a lockdown mum

02 May 2020
Diary of a lockdown mum

Diary of a lockdown mum

02 May 2020

Trainee journalist Heidi Bottomley was halfway through work experience at the Herald when the lockdown came. Here, she describes life at home in Norton…


Wolverton villagers go back to the 1920s at latest event

29 March 2020
Wolverton villagers go back to the 1920s at latest event

Wolverton villagers go back to the 1920s at latest event

29 March 2020

LITTLE did Wolverton villagers realise on Saturday, 14th March it would be the last event for some time when a group of people could get together. Everybody…


Bidford fair raises funds for cause close to Jade's heart

29 March 2020
Bidford fair raises funds for cause close to Jade's heart

Bidford fair raises funds for cause close to Jade's heart

29 March 2020

A CHARITY local craft and business fair took place at the Crawford Memorial Hall in Bidford earlier this month. It was organised by Laura Johnson, pictured…


CORONAVIRUS NEWS: Laura Ashley files for administration saying it has done so because of impact of virus

17 March 2020
CORONAVIRUS NEWS: Laura Ashley files for administration saying it has done so because of impact of virus

CORONAVIRUS NEWS: Laura Ashley files for administration saying it has done so because of impact of virus

17 March 2020

Uncertainty surrounds the future of Laura Ashley in Stratford following news that the company has entered administration, a move it says was triggered…


Trio jailed following Tesco raids in Stratford and Nuneaton

10 March 2020
Trio jailed following Tesco raids in Stratford and Nuneaton

Trio jailed following Tesco raids in Stratford and Nuneaton

10 March 2020

A team of burglars smashed their way into two Tesco stores 30 miles apart on the same night, escaping with more than £5,000 in cash from the tills. But…


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