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Stratford church and theatre hit by thieves three times in a month

Stratford church and theatre hit by thieves three times in a month

Stratford church and theatre hit by thieves three times in a month

16 August 2022

The Bear Pit Theatre and the United Reformed Church have been burgled.


Stratford lawyers take on three-day bike ride for children's charity

Stratford lawyers take on three-day bike ride for children's charity

Stratford lawyers take on three-day bike ride for children's charity

16 August 2022

The partners at Lodders were part of a team riding for Molly Ollys.


South Warwickshire animal charity makes food appeal after grass is turned to dust

South Warwickshire animal charity makes food appeal after grass is turned to dust

South Warwickshire animal charity makes food appeal after grass is turned to dust

16 August 2022

An animal rescue centre has been left at “crisis point” after the heatwave turned its grazing fields brown and dusty.


The straw house that's better than brick

The straw house that's better than brick

The straw house that's better than brick

16 August 2022

Architect "delighted" that carbon-absorbing straw house wins approval and praise at Stratford District Council planning meeting


We can all reduce our energy and save money, says Stratford Climate Action

We can all reduce our energy and save money, says Stratford Climate Action

We can all reduce our energy and save money, says Stratford Climate Action

15 August 2022

Stratford Climate Action offers some advice on where to start with your energy saving.


Homes and business park plan would add strain to Stratford's infrastructure

Homes and business park plan would add strain to Stratford's infrastructure

Homes and business park plan would add strain to Stratford's infrastructure

15 August 2022

The proposals are for 238 new homes and a business park off Shipston Road, close to Waitrose.


Get your team together for Stratford's dragon boat race

Get your team together for Stratford's dragon boat race

Get your team together for Stratford's dragon boat race

15 August 2022

The Shakespeare Hospice’s popular Dragon Boat Race returns on Sunday, 11th September.


South Warwickshire pub reopens after £180k refurb project

South Warwickshire pub reopens after £180k refurb project

South Warwickshire pub reopens after £180k refurb project

14 August 2022

The Butchers Arms is back open with a fresh look.


War in Ukraine - anyone could be a target at any minute

War in Ukraine - anyone could be a target at any minute

War in Ukraine - anyone could be a target at any minute

14 August 2022

Olha Hordiichuk, a Ukrainian journalist writing for the Herald, believes Ukrainians will keep their humanity until the end.


Hall, history and Henley all wrapped up in a new guide

Hall, history and Henley all wrapped up in a new guide

Hall, history and Henley all wrapped up in a new guide

14 August 2022

A history of Henley and its ancient court leet documented through the ages.


Art and Shakespeare - three new exhibitions are on display at Stratford houses

Art and Shakespeare - three new exhibitions are on display at Stratford houses

Art and Shakespeare - three new exhibitions are on display at Stratford houses

13 August 2022

Work from three artists will be on display at the Shakespeare properties this summer.


Popular Stratford footpath to remain closed because of repair costs

Popular Stratford footpath to remain closed because of repair costs

Popular Stratford footpath to remain closed because of repair costs

13 August 2022

Jubilee Walk has been closed to the public since the first lockdown.


Award gives biology teacher top marks

Award gives biology teacher top marks

Award gives biology teacher top marks

13 August 2022

Charles Gill from Alcester Grammar School has been named Teacher of the Year by the Royal Society of Biology.


Farmers help fire fighters tackle extensive blaze on farmland near Alcester

Farmers help fire fighters tackle extensive blaze on farmland near Alcester

Farmers help fire fighters tackle extensive blaze on farmland near Alcester

12 August 2022

One of 42 fires that Warwickshire fire crews have tackled in open land in the last 48 hours.


South Warwickshire woman taking on the longest horse race in the world

South Warwickshire woman taking on the longest horse race in the world

South Warwickshire woman taking on the longest horse race in the world

12 August 2022

Meredith Jarman is taking part in the Mongol Derby.


Patrols stepped up in Warwick and the hospital as theft from vehicles increases

Patrols stepped up in Warwick and the hospital as theft from vehicles increases

Patrols stepped up in Warwick and the hospital as theft from vehicles increases

12 August 2022

Warwickshire Police said it has seen a small rise in theft from motor vehicles over the summer.


Fears for Studley village hall future as rent goes up from £1 to £33k

Fears for Studley village hall future as rent goes up from £1 to £33k

Fears for Studley village hall future as rent goes up from £1 to £33k

12 August 2022

There are fears the knock-on effect will make it too expensive for community and voluntary groups to meet at the hall.


South Warwickshire residents urged to use water wisely to avoid hosepipe ban

South Warwickshire residents urged to use water wisely to avoid hosepipe ban

South Warwickshire residents urged to use water wisely to avoid hosepipe ban

11 August 2022

Severn Trent is appealing to Stratford residents to ‘use water wisely’.


Find out who's in the new game outside Stratford's Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Find out who's in the new game outside Stratford's Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Find out who's in the new game outside Stratford's Royal Shakespeare Theatre

11 August 2022

A new guessing game at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre features people from Stratford and some of Shakespeare’s best-known characters.


Charities caution against people joining mass boycott of energy bills

Charities caution against people joining mass boycott of energy bills

Charities caution against people joining mass boycott of energy bills

10 August 2022

A new campaign aims to persuade one million people to stop paying their bills if energy prices aren't cut but charities are warning against joining.


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