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Meet the mavericks of the fitness industry

Meet the mavericks of the fitness industry

Meet the mavericks of the fitness industry

04 June 2021

There's no contract, no monthly fee plus workouts are super speedy.... So how does it work?


Ambulance staff to get body cameras after 1,100 physical attacks in a year

Ambulance staff to get body cameras after 1,100 physical attacks in a year

Ambulance staff to get body cameras after 1,100 physical attacks in a year

02 June 2021

£1million is being used to give frontline staff better protection from assaults and verbal attacks


'John is a hero to both of us'

'John is a hero to both of us'

'John is a hero to both of us'

30 May 2021

A courageous Shipston couple are back home with their four-year-old son after a life-saving kidney transplant from his hero dad.


Dealing with death everyday

Dealing with death everyday

Dealing with death everyday

25 May 2021

Funeral arranger Barbara Hatcher, of WG Rathbone, talks about the challenges of helping loved ones grieve during the pandemic.


'Let's hope the nightmare is over'

'Let's hope the nightmare is over'

'Let's hope the nightmare is over'

21 May 2021

As National Thank You Day approaches, the Herald highlights the work of those that deserve our thanks. This week: Shipston Home Nursing


'The pavements are disgusting!'

'The pavements are disgusting!'

'The pavements are disgusting!'

19 May 2021

Calls for Warwickshire County Council to maintain hazardous paths and pavements as more suffer falls


'My mission to help prevent suicide after niece's tragic death'

'My mission to help prevent suicide after niece's tragic death'

'My mission to help prevent suicide after niece's tragic death'

16 May 2021

Marceena Comber offers support to charity Papyrus after tragic loss of niece Amber Friis.


Toxic pigeon poop to blame for riverside walk closure

Toxic pigeon poop to blame for riverside walk closure

Toxic pigeon poop to blame for riverside walk closure

13 May 2021

Pigeon clean-up closes RSC riverside walkway.


Warwickshire software firm's secret success is driving the Covid vaccine programme

Warwickshire software firm's secret success is driving the Covid vaccine programme

Warwickshire software firm's secret success is driving the Covid vaccine programme

13 May 2021

Find out how System C in Stratford is helping to get you to the right place, at the right time for a coronavirus jab.


NHS reveals when under 40s will get Covid jabs

NHS reveals when under 40s will get Covid jabs

NHS reveals when under 40s will get Covid jabs

12 May 2021

People aged 38 and 39 the next to be offered their first Covid-19 vaccine NHS officials have confirmed.


What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

09 May 2021

Scientists are warning of the dangers of 'screen stacking' and the impact it can have on our family's health. But what is it?


Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi stepping up plans for Covid-19 boosters

Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi stepping up plans for Covid-19 boosters

Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi stepping up plans for Covid-19 boosters

08 May 2021

The government is looking at new jabs to protect against variants and mixing the types of injections people receive.


'My thanks to liver donor who saved my life'

'My thanks to liver donor who saved my life'

'My thanks to liver donor who saved my life'

07 May 2021

After nearly dying from liver failure Rebecca Vanni is doing 'Leap for Live' in honour of donor who saved her life


Shipston hospital row blows up on social media

Shipston hospital row blows up on social media

Shipston hospital row blows up on social media

05 May 2021

Row breaks out on Facebook after SWFT post response to hospital campaigner's YouTube update.


Why driving with your pet could cost you £5,000

Why driving with your pet could cost you £5,000

Why driving with your pet could cost you £5,000

02 May 2021

With an increase in pet ownership since lockdown and more expected to travel with animals than before, drivers are being warned to check the rules.


Stratford coffee bar helping homeless with meals and cookery lessons

Stratford coffee bar helping homeless with meals and cookery lessons

Stratford coffee bar helping homeless with meals and cookery lessons

28 April 2021

HR Coffee in Windsor Street offers somewhere to go each day as well as support.


Hospital row descends into war of words

Hospital row descends into war of words

Hospital row descends into war of words

23 April 2021

'A hospital without beds' latest SWFT proposal for Shipston


New wildlife area being created at Stratford graveyard

New wildlife area being created at Stratford graveyard

New wildlife area being created at Stratford graveyard

20 April 2021

The project will transform the graveyard on the site of St Peter’s church in Bishopton.


Experts warn of risks of Covid third wave in the summer

Experts warn of risks of Covid third wave in the summer

Experts warn of risks of Covid third wave in the summer

06 April 2021

Experts at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine suggest further lifting restrictions may lead to a small surge of cases and deaths


Stratford and Warwick leading the way with Covid jabs

Stratford and Warwick leading the way with Covid jabs

Stratford and Warwick leading the way with Covid jabs

29 March 2021

Latest vaccination figures show that a large percentage of the over 50s in the two districts have had their first dose.


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