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Fight launched to save Shipston hospital

Fight launched to save Shipston hospital

Fight launched to save Shipston hospital

19 January 2021

Fundraising community group League of Friends launch petition to campaign for new hospital at Ellen Badger site


Fourteen per cent of people in West Midlands have had Covid-19, figures suggest

Fourteen per cent of people in West Midlands have had Covid-19, figures suggest

Fourteen per cent of people in West Midlands have had Covid-19, figures suggest

19 January 2021

New figures show that an estimated one in eight people in England would have tested positive for antibodies to Covid-19 by December


Stratford couple offer lockdown help by running their own mini foodbank

Stratford couple offer lockdown help by running their own mini foodbank

Stratford couple offer lockdown help by running their own mini foodbank

18 January 2021

Abi Sloan-Saunders and her husband Mark Saunders keep a cabinet at their home, stocked with items their neighbours may need


Run, Forest, Run! Footballers take on charity challenge

Run, Forest, Run! Footballers take on charity challenge

Run, Forest, Run! Footballers take on charity challenge

18 January 2021

The players hope to run, as a team, one mile for every pound donated to Cancer Research UK.


DUMPED CHICKENS: Who will rescue Princess Layer?

DUMPED CHICKENS: Who will rescue Princess Layer?

DUMPED CHICKENS: Who will rescue Princess Layer?

18 January 2021

Birds are being abandoned in increasing numbers in Warwickshire and elsewhere


All adults to be offered Covid-19 vaccine by September

All adults to be offered Covid-19 vaccine by September

All adults to be offered Covid-19 vaccine by September

17 January 2021

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab makes the pledge as the NHS in England says there has been a 15,000 increase in in-patients since Christmas


Police issue speeding ticket to 'plonker' Reliant Robin driver in Wellesbourne

Police issue speeding ticket to 'plonker' Reliant Robin driver in Wellesbourne

Police issue speeding ticket to 'plonker' Reliant Robin driver in Wellesbourne

17 January 2021

Driver caught overtaking police car


Volunteer vaccinator: 'Why I signed up for jab rollout'

Volunteer vaccinator: 'Why I signed up for jab rollout'

Volunteer vaccinator: 'Why I signed up for jab rollout'

16 January 2021

Gill Cleeve tells the Herald about signing up to help St John Ambulance


Stratford High Street barriers come down during lockdown

Stratford High Street barriers come down during lockdown

Stratford High Street barriers come down during lockdown

15 January 2021

Council and business leaders agreed on Friday afternoon to take down the road scheme measures


IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

15 January 2021

Herald arts contributors look back on a few highlights from last year


Covid rates falling in most regions but not the West Midlands

Covid rates falling in most regions but not the West Midlands

Covid rates falling in most regions but not the West Midlands

14 January 2021

While many regions have seen a fall in the number of Covid-19 cases, the West Midlands has seen an increase, the latest figures show


Fond farewell to Dad – legendary Stratford hairdresser

Fond farewell to Dad – legendary Stratford hairdresser

Fond farewell to Dad – legendary Stratford hairdresser

14 January 2021

David Beacham, owner of Coiffure by David, has died aged 86


Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway facing uncertain future

Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway facing uncertain future

Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway facing uncertain future

14 January 2021

Problems with coal supply threatens future of heritage railways


Vinegar Hill vows to survive retail crisis

Vinegar Hill vows to survive retail crisis

Vinegar Hill vows to survive retail crisis

13 January 2021

Beth Austin started the interiors and gift shop in Stratford 23 years ago and hopes to weather the Covid storm


Go clubbing to get in shape for 2021

Go clubbing to get in shape for 2021

Go clubbing to get in shape for 2021

13 January 2021

Slimming World consultant Laura Schofield explains the benefits joining a club even in lockdown


Police could get tougher on lockdown law breakers

Police could get tougher on lockdown law breakers

Police could get tougher on lockdown law breakers

12 January 2021

Priti Patel said officers are moving more quickly to issuing fines where people are clearly breaching regulations


Hospital's new children's unit welcomes first patient

Hospital's new children's unit welcomes first patient

Hospital's new children's unit welcomes first patient

12 January 2021

The purpose designed building will ensure speedy provision of care for children requiring urgent medical attention in south Warwickshire.


Helping children stay positive in a pandemic

Helping children stay positive in a pandemic

Helping children stay positive in a pandemic

10 January 2021

Claire Gibb, Stratford district school counsellor, talks about the impact of the pandemic on the wellbeing of students.


Stratford businesses 'staring into abyss' as Lockdown 3 hits

Stratford businesses 'staring into abyss' as Lockdown 3 hits

Stratford businesses 'staring into abyss' as Lockdown 3 hits

08 January 2021

Despair increases as many businesses in the Stratford district face months of closure


Stratford councillor suspended from party over 'Jewish secret service' comment

Stratford councillor suspended from party over 'Jewish secret service' comment

Stratford councillor suspended from party over 'Jewish secret service' comment

08 January 2021

A Stratford District Councillor has been suspended from the ruling Conservative group after making the comment at a recent meeting.


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