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New measures installed to stop cars parking on verge near Fisherman’s car park

New measures installed to stop cars parking on verge near Fisherman’s car park

The changes have been made as part of the county council’s Warwick Road project.


Whooper of a wait for Stratford residents waiting for new Burger King to open

Whooper of a wait for Stratford residents waiting for new Burger King to open

Fast food chain Burger King has confirmed that its new Stratford branch at the Maybird Centre will open next year.


Residents want safety measures to cut ‘speeding’ traffic on Stratford road

Residents want safety measures to cut ‘speeding’ traffic on Stratford road

County council urges public to report speed concerns.


River pollution on the agenda ahead of election

River pollution on the agenda ahead of election

As Avon suffers record sewage dumping, Stratford candidates call for tougher action on water companies.


Greens standing, but don’t want your votes

Greens standing, but don’t want your votes

Although Greens are fielding candidate in Stratford they are not actively campaigning as they do not want to split vote and give Tories the win


Asparagus predicts England win

Asparagus predicts England win

Evesham fortune-teller Jemima Packington, 67, sees Euros England win in tossed asparagus.


John celebrates 111th with a wee dram

John celebrates 111th with a wee dram

World’s second oldest man John Farringdon celebrated his 111th birthday at his south Warwickshire care home


D-Day celebrations round-up

D-Day celebrations round-up

A time to remember and honour those who took part in D-Day 80 years ago.


Consultation into NHS beds in south Warwickshire delayed until next year

Consultation into NHS beds in south Warwickshire delayed until next year

Frustration mounts in Shipston as the Ellen Badger hospital development continues without any plans for beds.


£1.16m for Stratford businesses, clubs and charities including arts projects and hot tubs

£1.16m for Stratford businesses, clubs and charities including arts projects and hot tubs

Almost 50 projects have been funded at firms and groups across the Stratford district.


Gliders and guiders at fete

Gliders and guiders at fete

Family fun treats included a tennis ball challenge, dog show and Morris dancing.


Tributes to Stratford’s John Bedford - an “exceptional teacher”

Tributes to Stratford’s John Bedford - an “exceptional teacher”

Former Stratford Girls’ Grammar School teacher John Bedford died last month.


Conservative group says don’t vote Tory in

Conservative group says don’t vote Tory in

Stratford CAN not fighting seat, but urges others to ‘vote local’ and not for Conservative candidate Chris Clarkson


An island of your very own

An island of your very own

Picturesque lake with its own island near Samboune village goes to auction next week.


Jolly green giants… Stratford marks Big Green Week

Jolly green giants… Stratford marks Big Green Week

Events are continuing this weekend for people keen to find out how they can help tackle climate change.


Fab photos as there’s a big turnout for Alcester medieval market

Fab photos as there’s a big turnout for Alcester medieval market

There were knights, lions and jesters at the market as well as plenty of family entertainment.


Warwickshire family travelled 180 miles home from Wales with live WWII shell

Warwickshire family travelled 180 miles home from Wales with live WWII shell

Liam Cooper, 13, had been metal detecting when he found an unexploded military shell and a number of bullets.


Alex rebuilds his life after early school exit

Alex rebuilds his life after early school exit

All round praise from course tutors at Moreton Morrell College as Alex sets sights on building his career.


Councillors who caused outrage with comments about SEND families cleared of breaching code

Councillors who caused outrage with comments about SEND families cleared of breaching code

An investigation found two had failed to be respectful but they were entitled to make the comments under freedom of speech protections.


Driver in court over fatal crash

Driver in court over fatal crash

Plea date set for September after driver Edward Spencer appears at Warwick Crown Court over Campden crash that killed three.


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