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UPDATE Stratford restaurant Wildwood not included on confirmed closure list

UPDATE Stratford restaurant Wildwood not included on confirmed closure list

UPDATE Stratford restaurant Wildwood not included on confirmed closure list

11 April 2024

The Sheep Street venue will remain while in the Midlands both the Birmingham and Worcester branches will close.


Stratford boating firm ‘fighting’ river conditions to keep operating after wet weather

Stratford boating firm ‘fighting’ river conditions to keep operating after wet weather

Stratford boating firm ‘fighting’ river conditions to keep operating after wet weather

10 April 2024

Avon Boating says it is still open for business and is running services whenever possible - just call ahead.


Stratford businesses see takings fall since start of Warwick Road safety works

Stratford businesses see takings fall since start of Warwick Road safety works

Stratford businesses see takings fall since start of Warwick Road safety works

08 April 2024

One town centre retailer described the impact of the road works as “soul destroying” and added “they are completely ruining my business”,


15 years since 21-year-old set up successful Warwickshire coach company

15 years since 21-year-old set up successful Warwickshire coach company

15 years since 21-year-old set up successful Warwickshire coach company

08 April 2024

Fast forward to now and Jordan Ridley is the proud owner of 50 coaches and employs 100 people.


Pragnell looking to extend further

Pragnell looking to extend further

Pragnell looking to extend further

07 April 2024

Jewellers George Pragnell Ltd plans to take over the former Fraser Hart building on the corner of Wood Street and High Street.


Secretary of State to probe election process which returned Stratford BID for five-year term

Secretary of State to probe election process which returned Stratford BID for five-year term

Secretary of State to probe election process which returned Stratford BID for five-year term

03 April 2024

Stratford BID said its projects would be postponed until the outcome of the challenge.


Stratford holiday park has high hopes for system to protect caravans from flooding

Stratford holiday park has high hopes for system to protect caravans from flooding

Stratford holiday park has high hopes for system to protect caravans from flooding

01 April 2024

The boss of a holiday park next to the River Avon has hailed the system as “a game-changer”.


Brazilian restaurant where meat is carved at the table is opening in Stratford

Brazilian restaurant where meat is carved at the table is opening in Stratford

Brazilian restaurant where meat is carved at the table is opening in Stratford

28 March 2024

Beleza Rodizio will be opening in Stratford’s Bell Court shopping precinct.


Stratford’s new Hotel Chocolat store and cafe opens in time for Easter

Stratford’s new Hotel Chocolat store and cafe opens in time for Easter

Stratford’s new Hotel Chocolat store and cafe opens in time for Easter

20 March 2024

The Stratford Herald has a competition this week to win a luxury Hotel Chocolat Easter egg – see the paper for details.


Long Marston Rail Innovation Centre has been bought by Porterbrook.

Long Marston Rail Innovation Centre has been bought by Porterbrook.

Long Marston Rail Innovation Centre has been bought by Porterbrook.

20 March 2024

The 135-acre site includes a 3.5km test track loop, storage for carriages and trucks and a training centre.


Rebels without a barrier to business

Rebels without a barrier to business

Rebels without a barrier to business

18 March 2024

Small Stratford district entrepreneurs say free two-week Rebel School business course has been life-changing.


New chocolate shop opening in Stratford next week

New chocolate shop opening in Stratford next week

New chocolate shop opening in Stratford next week

14 March 2024

Hotel Chocolat will open at the Maybird Centre in Stratford next week.


Millions of workers weeks away from ‘record’ pay rise

Millions of workers weeks away from ‘record’ pay rise

Millions of workers weeks away from ‘record’ pay rise

13 March 2024

Millions of workers will earn more money per hour when changes to the National Living Wage come into force and here’s how the new scheme will work:


Cancer scare inspired Shipston man’s idea for travel app to improve public transport

Cancer scare inspired Shipston man’s idea for travel app to improve public transport

Cancer scare inspired Shipston man’s idea for travel app to improve public transport

12 March 2024

Olly Kemp, director of OJE Technology in Shipston, has seen the government fund the use of his app.


Luxury drives £17m sales at tour firm

Luxury drives £17m sales at tour firm

Luxury drives £17m sales at tour firm

09 March 2024

Record year of sales for Johnsons.


A promise to revive devastated High Street

A promise to revive devastated High Street

A promise to revive devastated High Street

08 March 2024

Making High Street pedestrian-only, getting rid of eyesores and the Gateway scheme are being prioritised by the Lib Dems in Stratford.


Christmas conundrum continues

Christmas conundrum continues

Christmas conundrum continues

07 March 2024

Decision on Stratford Christmas market up in the air – despite crush fears and residents’ worries.


Summer start for work to create hotel on Stratford’s former Debenhams site

Summer start for work to create hotel on Stratford’s former Debenhams site

Summer start for work to create hotel on Stratford’s former Debenhams site

06 March 2024

The redevelopment of the former Debenhams site in Stratford is moving forward with work estimated to begin this summer.


Furniture store is family affair

Furniture store is family affair

Furniture store is family affair

05 March 2024

Father and daughter team Red and Abi Jenkins run Fosseway Furniture in Shipston – an Aladdin’s Cave of interiors


Stratford gin maker launches Mother’s Ruin – and announces festival return

Stratford gin maker launches Mother’s Ruin – and announces festival return

Stratford gin maker launches Mother’s Ruin – and announces festival return

05 March 2024

Shakespeare Distillery is embracing London’s disreputable history of gin drinking with the name of its new drink… Mother’s Ruin.


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