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Teenager arrested following alleged bomb hoax at Warwickshire school

Teenager arrested following alleged bomb hoax at Warwickshire school

Myton School remains closed to most students today (Tuesday) apart from those sitting exams.


Hoping the drama will remain on the stage

Hoping the drama will remain on the stage

After being closed by the floods in January, The Attic Theatre at Cox’s Yard, Stratford, is reopening with bumper programme in June.


Children home safely after Warwickshire school evacuated because of threat

Children home safely after Warwickshire school evacuated because of threat

Myton School called in police after receiving a threat on Monday morning.


Video interview - Stratford MP on why he’s standing down. his legacy and future plans

Video interview - Stratford MP on why he’s standing down. his legacy and future plans

Gill Sutherland and Mark Williamson spoke with the former chancellor two days after he announced he was standing down as an MP.


Stratford business that’s aiming to serve up tennis to toddlers

Stratford business that’s aiming to serve up tennis to toddlers

Mini Tennis Stars has been launched as a new business by Stratford tennis couple Naomi Shearing and Ryan Bolton.


New 50p coin marks 80th anniversary of D-Day

New 50p coin marks 80th anniversary of D-Day

The Royal Mint has unveiled the design of a new 50 pence piece which has been produced to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings.


School fines: Parents face tougher penalties in attendance crackdown

School fines: Parents face tougher penalties in attendance crackdown

Taking children out of school without permission is to get more expensive as the government prepares to launch a crackdown on authorised absences.


‘Rubbish old men’ coming to the stage this weekend

‘Rubbish old men’ coming to the stage this weekend

Thought-provoking shows on the stories of Benny Hill and a stand-up past his sell-by come to Stratford district stages this weekend.


King follows mum as RSC patron

King follows mum as RSC patron

Shakespeare fan King Charles III signs up as patron of the RSC.


New suite strikes a chord with pupils

New suite strikes a chord with pupils

New head teacher’s pledge is music to pupils’ ears.


OPINION: To be or not to be Stratford MP?

OPINION: To be or not to be Stratford MP?

The Herald takes a closer look at why Nadhim Zahawi has chosen to step down.


Bill p-p-p-picks up a penguin to celebrate his 80th birthday

Bill p-p-p-picks up a penguin to celebrate his 80th birthday

Bill Gourlay had an 80th birthday to remember when two penguins waddled into his life.


Embracing the spirit of community

Embracing the spirit of community

Key aim to support existing achievements but encourage youth to play a part too.


Love’s Labour’s Lost heads to 19th hole

Love’s Labour’s Lost heads to 19th hole

Five-star production of Love’s Labour’s Lost comes to an end at the RSC.


Bidford villagers angry at invasion of day-trippers on Big Meadow

Bidford villagers angry at invasion of day-trippers on Big Meadow

Bidford residents were left fuming again after last weekend’s hot weather brought crowds of day-trippers.


From the archive - £900,000 to build new A&E for south Warwickshire

From the archive - £900,000 to build new A&E for south Warwickshire

Headlines from the Stratford Herald from 1999, 1964 and 1924


Reminding myself who my beloved father is during Dementia Action Week

Reminding myself who my beloved father is during Dementia Action Week

Gill Sutherland writes about her experiences after dad, Tom, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.


£100,000 cost of caring for a loved one with dementia

£100,000 cost of caring for a loved one with dementia

The Alzheimer’s Society is calling on the government to provide more funding to diagnose the condition.


What’s on this weekend - Get a taste for Alcester Food Festival

What’s on this weekend - Get a taste for Alcester Food Festival

Expect around 100 stalls selling all sorts of temptations to tantalise the taste buds.


Pilgrimage to Verona

Pilgrimage to Verona

Former artistic director Sir Gregory Doran talks about what he’s been up to, including his first directorial gig since leaving the RSC.


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