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Minister of mirth gets people’s vote

Minister of mirth gets people’s vote

5* REVIEW: Tweedy’s Massive Circus at RSC Avonbank Garden is genius, daft and the best fun you’ll have this year


Crew assists with adaptive racing at regatta

Crew assists with adaptive racing at regatta

TWO of Stratford Boat Club’s adaptive squad attended Monmouth regatta, rowing in the singles before combining to row against able-bodied crews.


Two trees to replace felled one

Two trees to replace felled one

County council admit it got tree cutting programme wrong on this occasion.


Racecourse stages final meeting of season

Racecourse stages final meeting of season

WARWICK’S much-interrupted 2023-24 season comes to an end this evening (Thursday) with a six-race card that gets under way at 6.10pm.


Tears for Barrie, lost to NHS blood scandal

Tears for Barrie, lost to NHS blood scandal

Stratford family of Barrie Dennis attend conclusion of the blood scandal inquiry; wife Debra shares heartbreaking story of long wait for justice


Julie celebrates award at Buckingham Palace garden party

Julie celebrates award at Buckingham Palace garden party

Charity has helped supply free books to schools for over ten years.


Tributes to a music fanatic

Tributes to a music fanatic

Extensive record collection played to people in care homes


Warwickshire walkers raise £11,500 for the Shakespeare Hospice

Warwickshire walkers raise £11,500 for the Shakespeare Hospice

The Shakespeare’s Way Challenge Walk encouraged participants to take on a 25-mile route.


Mayhem and mirth as Tweedy show opens

Mayhem and mirth as Tweedy show opens

Tweedy’s Massive Circus opens at RSC Theatre Gardens


Jewellers marks 60 sparkling years

Jewellers marks 60 sparkling years

Company founded in 1870 and run by five generations of same family.


Family offers reward after thief posts video in their stolen motorhome

Family offers reward after thief posts video in their stolen motorhome

CCTV footage also captured a man breaking into the vehicle before driving it away.


Club displays 150 pieces of art

Club displays 150 pieces of art

Everything stops for tea at friendly art group who meet on a Thursday.


‘Complete idiots’ - vandals set fire to Bidford’s portaloos

‘Complete idiots’ - vandals set fire to Bidford’s portaloos

The vandals piled toilet paper in the centre, poured on sanitiser and set it alight.


Good cheer and beer

Good cheer and beer

Big turnout at festival now in its seventh year.


From the archive - Stratford shopping centre gets planning permission

From the archive - Stratford shopping centre gets planning permission

Headlines from the Stratford Herald from 1999, 1964 and 1924


Warwick to host gig for three guitar legends: Noel Gallagher, Johnny Marr and Graham Coxon

Warwick to host gig for three guitar legends: Noel Gallagher, Johnny Marr and Graham Coxon

Head to Warwick Castle for the finale of four days of live music taking place in July.


Costs spark council review of civic parade

Costs spark council review of civic parade

Town council to rethink policy but safety is a priority.


15 fabulous foodie photos - action from the Alcester festival

15 fabulous foodie photos - action from the Alcester festival

More than 100 stalls and thousands of appetites make for another successful Alcester Food Festival.


Police appeal to find missing woman

Police appeal to find missing woman

Police appeal for help to trace Elizabeth Jones missing from Salford Priors since Friday morning


A place to work together - Stratford’s new Climate Hub opens to public

A place to work together - Stratford’s new Climate Hub opens to public

The Meer Street unit will offer advice, information and workshops aimed at helping the planet.


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