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Theft suspect in court

Theft suspect in court

CCTV operators' alert leads to theft and drug charges against Stratford man, 32


Half term Halloween fun at Mary Arden's Farm

Half term Halloween fun at Mary Arden's Farm

Traditions, witches and pumpkins will be on offer for three days.


Chance for revenge as Stratford Town draw Royston in FA Trophy

Chance for revenge as Stratford Town draw Royston in FA Trophy

The sides met last year with Royston taking the victory.


Tracey Sheridan welcomed as new CEO of Stratford's Shakespeare Hospice

Tracey Sheridan welcomed as new CEO of Stratford's Shakespeare Hospice

Angie Arnold has stepped down after 13 years.


Cyclist, in his 50s, dies after being thrown from bike in Mickleton

Cyclist, in his 50s, dies after being thrown from bike in Mickleton

Warwickshire Police are appealing for witnesses following the incident.


Don't miss 'extraordinary' views of Jupiter as it comes close to Earth

Don't miss 'extraordinary' views of Jupiter as it comes close to Earth

Jupiter is about to come the closest it's been to Earth since 1963 and stargazers are hoping for 'extraordinary' views.


Dates and road closures for the return of Stratford's Mop Fair

Dates and road closures for the return of Stratford's Mop Fair

Details of the Mop Fair and the Runaway Mop.


13 arrested as police clamp down on drink and drug drivers

13 arrested as police clamp down on drink and drug drivers

Drink and drug drivers arrested in Shipston, Stratford and Alcester as Warwickshire Police continue with campaign


Man, 20, arrested over M40 deaths

Man, 20, arrested over M40 deaths

Warwickshire police appeal for witnesses after man and woman in their 60s die in collision on M40 near Henley


Stratford unites to say farewell

Stratford unites to say farewell

Many people in Stratford witnessed the Queen's funeral on big screens at the RSC and Holy Trinity - the Herald spoke to some of those that attended


South Warwickshire businesses see surge in demand for solar panels

South Warwickshire businesses see surge in demand for solar panels

Firms are so busy even a quote is taking a month.


Pollution spill into the River Avon at Stratford has been stopped, says EA

Pollution spill into the River Avon at Stratford has been stopped, says EA

An oil-type spill was seen polluting the river.


Obituary - Former Bidford headteacher was helping others in her 90s

Obituary - Former Bidford headteacher was helping others in her 90s

Dorothy Johnson was headteacher at Bidford C of E Primary School.


Warwickshire Home of the Week - £1.95m former vicarage with 3.8 acres

Warwickshire Home of the Week - £1.95m former vicarage with 3.8 acres

The house also comes with a one-bedroom cottage.


Opinion - Country needs some strategic thinking about energy

Opinion - Country needs some strategic thinking about energy

Cllr Tony Jefferson looks at the energy crisis and the cost to the country.


South Warwickshire villagers vow to continue fight against quarry

South Warwickshire villagers vow to continue fight against quarry

The battle to stop sand and gravel mining going ahead at Wasperton Farm has been going on for years.


Free ballroom dancing to mark Silver Sunday in Stratford

Free ballroom dancing to mark Silver Sunday in Stratford

The event will be in Clifford Chambers on 2nd October.


Income tax rate cut and stamp duty changed in 'gamble' - mini-budget key points

Income tax rate cut and stamp duty changed in 'gamble' - mini-budget key points

The key points from Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng's economic statement as tax cuts announced.


Shock death of acclaimed author Dame Hilary Mantel

Shock death of acclaimed author Dame Hilary Mantel

Wolf Hall author and RSC governor Dame Hilary Mantel dies aged 70


Stratford rower Esme Booth through to finals at World Championships

Stratford rower Esme Booth through to finals at World Championships

Esme Booth will have a chance to go for gold on Saturday.


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