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Town take a point from battling draw at Weymouth

Town take a point from battling draw at Weymouth

Town take a point from battling draw at Weymouth

14 January 2017

DRAW specialists Stratford Town shared the points for the 13th time this season with a determined performance at Weymouth, writes Bryan Hale. Edwin Ahenkorah…


‘Multiple heart bypass will not halt castle plans’

‘Multiple heart bypass will not halt castle plans’

‘Multiple heart bypass will not halt castle plans’

14 January 2017

THE man who drew huge criticism last summer over his plan to demolish the popular and historic landmark that is Oversley Castle is preparing to unveil…


Roadworks in Shottery start Monday

Roadworks in Shottery start Monday

Roadworks in Shottery start Monday

14 January 2017

RESIDENTS and motorists, who live in or drive through Shottery, have been advised that roadworks will start on Monday (16th January). Bell Lane, Shottery…


Club's gets in the swing of things

Club's gets in the swing of things

Club's gets in the swing of things

14 January 2017

MEMBERS of Henley-in-Arden Rotary Clubhave donated £1,500 to Shirley Golf Club. The money will be used to help fund a charity which teaches mainly autistic…


Cemetery unveils new Garden of Tranquillity

Cemetery unveils new Garden of Tranquillity

Cemetery unveils new Garden of Tranquillity

14 January 2017

A NEW garden at Stratford-upon-Avon Cemetery has been completed. The Garden of Tranquillity will act as a peaceful spot for people to remember loved ones…


Have you had your free health check?

Have you had your free health check?

Have you had your free health check?

13 January 2017

WARWICKSHIRE County Council launches campaign to encourage residents aged between 40 and 74 to have their free NHS Health Check. Today people in Warwickshire…


Olympic champion Skelton nominated for Laureus World Sports Award

Olympic champion Skelton nominated for Laureus World Sports Award

Olympic champion Skelton nominated for Laureus World Sports Award

13 January 2017

TWO-time Olympic gold medallist Nick Skelton has been nominated for the 2017 Laureus World Comeback of the Year award. The 59-year-old showjumper, who…


New strategy planned over illegal traveller camps

New strategy planned over illegal traveller camps

New strategy planned over illegal traveller camps

13 January 2017

A NEW strategy to deal with unauthorised traveller encampments in Warwickshire is to be drawn up. Better communication between police, councils and other…


Government cash to bankroll mentor scheme

Government cash to bankroll mentor scheme

Government cash to bankroll mentor scheme

13 January 2017

A CHILDREN’S charity has secured money from the government-backed Careers and Enterprise Company’s Investment Fund to help young people in Stratford-upon-Avon…


Sherlock's in Stratford!

Sherlock's in Stratford!

Sherlock's in Stratford!

13 January 2017

IF, like me, you’re a dedicated, die-hard, bonkers-for-Benedict Sherlock fan, I have great news! You can watch the series four finale, The Final Problem,…


Win family excursions to UK destinations

Win family excursions to UK destinations

Win family excursions to UK destinations

13 January 2017

THE Herald have teamed up with Johnsons Coaches of Henley to offer three lucky readers the chance to win four excursion tickets each. Established for…


Conscientious objectors inspire new play This Evil Thing

Conscientious objectors inspire new play This Evil Thing

Conscientious objectors inspire new play This Evil Thing

12 January 2017

WELL-KNOWN actor and playwright Michael Mears brings his one-man play, This Evil Thing, about conscientious objectors in the First World War to Stratford’s…


BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Williams: I blacked out

BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Williams: I blacked out

BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Williams: I blacked out

12 January 2017

A MAN accused of murdering Bethany Hill in Stratford-upon-Avon last year told police that he blacked out on the night she died, awaking to find himself…


Jewellery worth £7,000 is stolen after raid in Alcester

Jewellery worth £7,000 is stolen after raid in Alcester

Jewellery worth £7,000 is stolen after raid in Alcester

12 January 2017

TWO items of jewellery valued at £7,000 have been stolen during a shop raid in Alcester. An art deco platinum ring with diamond and sapphire in-lay, and…


Tempest ship launched in New Place gardens

Tempest ship launched in New Place gardens

Tempest ship launched in New Place gardens

12 January 2017

A NEW sculpture The King’s Ship was unveiled in the garden of New Place, in Stratford, on Saturday (8th January). As part of the 400 th anniversary celebrations…


Ex-BBC presenter faces jail after admitting air freshener spy cam charges

Ex-BBC presenter faces jail after admitting air freshener spy cam charges

Ex-BBC presenter faces jail after admitting air freshener spy cam charges

12 January 2017

A BBC gardening presenter faces jail after he admitted secretly filming female tenants showering using a camera hidden in an air freshener. Stephen Brookes,…


Date set for former mayor's funeral

Date set for former mayor's funeral

Date set for former mayor's funeral

11 January 2017

GLOWING tributes from right across the community have been paid following the death of Alcester’s Lennox Cumberbatch. Lennox, aged 76, succumbed to cancer…


'Mad fool' navigates Thames challenge for charity

'Mad fool' navigates Thames challenge for charity

'Mad fool' navigates Thames challenge for charity

11 January 2017

STUART Kettell is going to try and travel 130 miles from Oxford to London on the River Thames using an Aquaskipper. Stuart, aged 52, from Hatton Park,…


BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Court told of catalogue of knife wounds

BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Court told of catalogue of knife wounds

BETHANY HILL MURDER TRIAL Court told of catalogue of knife wounds

11 January 2017

A FORENSIC pathologist has described the catalogue of knife wounds inflicted on Bethany Hill on the night she died. Dr Olaf Bierdrzycki, a specialist…


Celebrity gardener admits voyeurism offences

Celebrity gardener admits voyeurism offences

Celebrity gardener admits voyeurism offences

11 January 2017

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON TV gardening expert Steve Brookes has pleaded guilty to a string of voyeurism offences. Brookes, aged 55, of Loxley Road, entered…


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