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New tree nursery planned at Snitterfield as county looks to plant 560,000 trees

New tree nursery planned at Snitterfield as county looks to plant 560,000 trees

Warwickshire County Council will use some of its land for the £160,000 new nursery.


Gearing up for the new season

Gearing up for the new season

David Hucker previews the new season at Warwick.


Five million more patients can now book Covid booster jabs

Five million more patients can now book Covid booster jabs

Five million more people can now book a Covid-19 autumn booster vaccine, including over 65s and pregnant women.


Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York to take on Queen's corgis

Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York to take on Queen's corgis

The Duke of York and his ex-wife will look after the Queen’s beloved corgis following her death.


Results round-up

Results round-up

Results from rugby union, cricket, darts and bridge.


Couple complete ley-line challenge

Couple complete ley-line challenge

Julie Howlett and Brad Lorenz, from Dorsington, cycle and walk 1,000 miles on a mystical pilgrimage in aid of MIND


Admission delay leaves schoolboy in the lurch

Admission delay leaves schoolboy in the lurch

Warwickshire County Council backlog leaves children, including seven-year-old Colton, without an allocated school place


God Save The King!

God Save The King!

Stratford crowd in good voice as King Charles III's reign begins


Proclamation ceremonies take place today

Proclamation ceremonies take place today

Proclamation takes place today (Sunday) in Stratford, Henley, Alcester, Bidford. Stratford road closures in place from 11am


Celebrating a platinum wedding and card from The Queen

Celebrating a platinum wedding and card from The Queen

Blackwell couple Gwyneth and Maurice Burford, aged 91 and 93, were married 70 years ago on 6th September 1952


IN PICTURES: Stratford pays tribute to The Queen as funeral date confirmed

IN PICTURES: Stratford pays tribute to The Queen as funeral date confirmed

Pictures of how Stratford has been mourning the loss of Her Majesty.


Bill for housing asylum seekers at Stratford hotel could hit £84,000 a week

Bill for housing asylum seekers at Stratford hotel could hit £84,000 a week

Home Office payments of this type can be between £50 to £88 per head per day, potentially generating as much as £84,000 a week.


Warwickshire home of the week - Detached bungalow in Lower Brailes with countryside views

Warwickshire home of the week - Detached bungalow in Lower Brailes with countryside views

The property offers potential to extend or build a replacement dwelling.


Day of Queen's funeral will be national bank holiday

Day of Queen's funeral will be national bank holiday

The state funeral is expected to take place Westminster Abbey.


Obituary: Stratford-born Geoffrey Sweet enjoyed a passion for sport

Obituary: Stratford-born Geoffrey Sweet enjoyed a passion for sport

Geoffrey Sweet got his love of sport while at KES.


Stratford Gateway Project will be delivered, vows council leader

Stratford Gateway Project will be delivered, vows council leader

A fresh masterplan is being drawn up for the central Stratford site.


Stratford Food Festival postponed after death of Her Majesty The Queen

Stratford Food Festival postponed after death of Her Majesty The Queen

Organisers have announced new dates for the festival of food and drink.


Power to the people as tree spared the axe

Power to the people as tree spared the axe

Villagers stand firm against attempt to chop down historic tree


Online exhibition of The Queen during visits to Stratford and the Shakespeare properties

Online exhibition of The Queen during visits to Stratford and the Shakespeare properties

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust has created an online exhibition.


Stratford and Alcester events cancelled/postponed following death of The Queen

Stratford and Alcester events cancelled/postponed following death of The Queen

Events are being cancelled as a mark of respect to Her Majesty.


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