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HRT shortages in south Warwickshire are causing distress

HRT shortages in south Warwickshire are causing distress

Pharmacies report having problems getting hold of HRT treatments.


Traffic control measures on Tiddington Road for eight-week sewer project

Traffic control measures on Tiddington Road for eight-week sewer project

Severn Trent is working on 1,400m of sewers as part of a £360,000 project


Warwickshire councillor John Horner dies aged 70

Warwickshire councillor John Horner dies aged 70

Tributes are paid to the long-serving councillor, husband, father and grandfather.


£250 funding for Stratford's Talking Newspaper service

£250 funding for Stratford's Talking Newspaper service

Volunteers provide memory sticks containing recordings of articles in the Stratford Herald.


Tesco becomes latest supermarket to pull chicken from shelves

Tesco becomes latest supermarket to pull chicken from shelves

Tesco is recalling cooked chicken products over salmonella fears, joining Waitrose, Aldi and Sainsbury's in asking customers to return items.


Investigators find cloud and pilot error to blame for plane crash

Investigators find cloud and pilot error to blame for plane crash

AAIB fatal plane crash investigation finds Stratford pilot Lee Rogers and Brian Statham flew into cloud without correct qualifications


Family days out in South Warwickshire, Bristol and beyond

Family days out in South Warwickshire, Bristol and beyond

Herald columnists Georgina Fuller looks at some great places to go with the family... and a place best suited to adults.


Table tennis legacy is in Taylor’s hands

Table tennis legacy is in Taylor’s hands

The outgoing mayor of Stratford is "proud" and "honoured" to have landed the job at the sport's governing body.


Failed Stratford and Warwick merger cost taxpayers £320,000

Failed Stratford and Warwick merger cost taxpayers £320,000

The failed merger by the two district councils has led to calls for an apology from council leaders.


Hearing looks into appeal for travellers' site in Temple Grafton

Hearing looks into appeal for travellers' site in Temple Grafton

The hearing, which took place on Tuesday 10th May, will decide whether the land can be used as a traveller site.


University awaits as Price leaves club after 14-year spell

University awaits as Price leaves club after 14-year spell

Tom Price has been as Stratford Town since the age of four.


Alcester schoolchildren's royal encounter at 30th anniversary event

Alcester schoolchildren's royal encounter at 30th anniversary event

The Countess of Wessex was at Ragley Hall.


Make your bid for unique piece of Stratford art

Make your bid for unique piece of Stratford art

Money raised from the sale will help fund Stratford Literary Festival’s outreach work.


FEATURE: From going off the rails to ageing like a fine wine

FEATURE: From going off the rails to ageing like a fine wine

Stuart Watson talks to the Herald about how he feels he's getting better with age.


Timber tests to give a picture of the past in Stratford

Timber tests to give a picture of the past in Stratford

A £40,000 grant from Historic England will fund new research, led by the Stratford Society, into historic buildings in Stratford town centre.


Trees planted in Stratford as new memorial to Shakespeare's twins

Trees planted in Stratford as new memorial to Shakespeare's twins

The idea was led by Maggie O’Farrell, author of literary sensation Hamnet.


Stratford College student flats look set for demolition

Stratford College student flats look set for demolition

The 80,000sq ft site on Alcester Road could be demolished if other options don't arise.


Netflix to offer cut-price deals as users dwindle

Netflix to offer cut-price deals as users dwindle

Cheaper monthly Netflix deals could be available by the end of 2022 as the firm tries to tempt back customers and improve its income.


J16 squad show they can compete with the best

J16 squad show they can compete with the best

The praise comes after a successful outing at the Junior Sculling Regatta at Dorney Lake.


Percy Pig visits Stratford's M&S store to mark 40th anniversary

Percy Pig visits Stratford's M&S store to mark 40th anniversary

The Bridge Store first opened in 1982.


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