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In this week's Herald . . .

ON this week's front page we exclusively reveal who will be asked to pay the £40million shortfall in the spiralling costs of Stratford-upon-Avon's controversial…


FINAL chance to win magical competition with the new Magic Alley

FINAL chance to win magical competition with the new Magic Alley

THIS week is your last chance to enter the Herald’s exclusive competition to open the new Magic Alley flagship store in Stratford’s Bell Court. We are…


Rance hails team effort in Witney win

Rance hails team effort in Witney win

DIRECTOR of rugby Tom Rance praised his team’s collective efforts after Stratford saw off Witney 22-15 at Pearcecroft on Saturday. James Wootton, Mike…


Junior Sea Cadets storm to bronze medal

Junior Sea Cadets storm to bronze medal

STRATFORD’S Junior Sea Cadets from TS Gurkha stormed to success in the inaugural Warwickshire Junior District five-a-side football competition held in…


Culture bid boss is guest speaker at hospice lunch

Culture bid boss is guest speaker at hospice lunch

THE Shakespeare Hospice is hosting its annual Business Lunch later this week. It takes place at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon, this Friday,…


Super-fast broadband scheme banks £5.5million

Super-fast broadband scheme banks £5.5million

FASTER broadband connections will be installed at public buildings across Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire thanks to a £5.5million government windfall. The…


Stratford Boat Club smash target at Head of the River Race

Stratford Boat Club smash target at Head of the River Race

STRATFORD Boat Club smashed their pre-race target at the annual Head of the River Race in London. The event is rowed over four-and-a-half miles on the…


Late equaliser is cruel on Stratford Town Youth

Late equaliser is cruel on Stratford Town Youth

A HALESOWEN equaliser deep into added time robbed Stratford Town Youth of all three points after they had put in a performance brimming with character…


Henley Arts4All goes ahead in April

Henley Arts4All goes ahead in April

MUSIC, history, drama and comedy are celebrated during a week-long series of events in Henley next month. For the second year running, Henley Guild Hall…


Stratford Literary Festival's sister act

Stratford Literary Festival's sister act

TO mark 100 years of the beginning of suffrage for women, and to celebrate the #MeToo campaign, a central theme of this year’s Stratford Literary Festival…


Town’s first Thai restaurant closes after 26 years

Town’s first Thai restaurant closes after 26 years

THE Thai Kingdom – the first Thai restaurant to open in Stratford – has closed after 26 years. Richard Tuckey opened the restaurant in an old hotel building…


UPDATED River Avon remains on flood alert despite falling water levels

UPDATED River Avon remains on flood alert despite falling water levels

THE River Avon through Warwickshire is still on flood alert today, Wednesday. Residents and businesses along the section of the Middle Avon from Rugby,…


Booming economy recognised at investment show

Booming economy recognised at investment show

COVENTRY and Warwickshire’s strong economic performance has been recognised at a major investment show. The Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise…


Man rescued from roof of car in flooded Wellesbourne road

Man rescued from roof of car in flooded Wellesbourne road

A MAN who could not swim was rescued from the roof of a car in flooded waters of Wellesbourne by the Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service. Stratford crews…


County's greenest resident is from Stratford!

County's greenest resident is from Stratford!

CATHERINE Haynes, from from Upper Quinton in Stratford-on-Avon, is Warwickshire’s Recycling Champion of the Year 2018. She was crowned after a live final…


Council chief is ousted from CWLEP board

Council chief is ousted from CWLEP board

THE leader of Stratford-on-Avon District Council has been ousted from the board of the organisation that distributes tens of millions of pounds of government…


Williams warms up for Euro bid with a hat-trick of medals

Williams warms up for Euro bid with a hat-trick of medals

PAULA Williams bagged two golds and one bronze at last weekend’s British Masters’ Indoor Championsips at Lee Valley. With the European Masters’ Championships…


Hero mum's honour two years after fatal accident

Hero mum's honour two years after fatal accident

A HEROIC Stratford mum who died in a tragic accident whilst saving her daughter’s life in 2016, is set to be honoured by the Carnegie Dunfermline &…


REVIEW: Escape Live opens in Stratford

REVIEW: Escape Live opens in Stratford

ON the face of it, being locked in a room for an hour and working as a team to escape, might not be everybody’s cup of tea, but there is no ignoring the…


Town’s first Thai restaurant closes after 26 years

Town’s first Thai restaurant closes after 26 years

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