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In today's Herald . . .

In today's Herald . . .

THE big wheel proposed for Stratford-upon-Avon is back in the headlines - and this time it's got local businesses in a spin. Issues over privacy have…


Blind scuba diver makes a splash with stunning pictures

Blind scuba diver makes a splash with stunning pictures

A blind scuba diver from Stratford has been making a splash with a stunning set of underwater photographs. Despite being registered blind with a degenerative…


Local Trust supports national no smoking day

Local Trust supports national no smoking day

South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust used today's No Smoking Day to raise awareness of the negative effects of smoking and bring attention to the many…


Junior doctors strike in Warwick

Junior doctors strike in Warwick

Junior doctors in Warwick joined a nationwide strike today in a row over pay and conditions. The walkout comes as junior doctors continue to fight health…


UPDATED: Thirteen schools closed with villages cut off by rain water

UPDATED: Thirteen schools closed with villages cut off by rain water

THIRTEEN schools in south Warwickshire have been forced to close after heavy rain overnight cut off several villages. Schools closed are Acorns Primary…


Preview: Chipping Campden Music Festival

Preview: Chipping Campden Music Festival

THIS year’s Chipping Campden Music Festival is looking set to break its own box office records with organiser Charlie Bennett describing the 2016 programme…


Alyce set to scale new heights for charity

Alyce set to scale new heights for charity

ALYCE Markham isn’t very keen on heights but she’s determined to overcome any fears she might have by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in August in aid of a…


Warwick boys prove it's good to talk

Warwick boys prove it's good to talk

SIX schools went head-to-head in the Rotary Club’s annual Youth Speaks competition. Students from Myton School, Warwick School, King’s High and Aylesford…


Pupils learn about the dangers on building sites

Pupils learn about the dangers on building sites

PUPILS at Welford Primary School learnt about the dangers of live construction sites recently amid extensive development work in the area. Led by St Modwen’s…


First look: The Other Place

First look: The Other Place

On 8 th March the Herald’s Mark Williamson was among the first photographers allowed into the new RSC theatre, The Other Place. RSC Deputy Artistic Director…


Villagers unite to clean for the Queen

Villagers unite to clean for the Queen

Villages across our region united for a giant litter pick over the weekend in preparation for the Queen’s 90 th birthday celebrations. Volunteers in Kineton,…


Countdown on to Women's Tour of Stratford

Countdown on to Women's Tour of Stratford

TODAY, Tuesday, is only 100 days until Stratford-upon-Avon greets the world’s best female cyclists in the Aviva Women’s Tour. The second stage of the…


Curtain up on Don Quixote

Curtain up on Don Quixote

THE much-anticipated Don Quixote has opened at the Swan Theatre and runs until the end of May. Cervantes’ comic novel is widely regarded as one of the…


Search is on to find face of Stratford

Search is on to find face of Stratford

MEN and women can enter a major competition to find The Face of Stratford 2016 and front a campaign to promote a Shakespeare themed charity collection…


Campaign Week 5: On-Track Aviation

Campaign Week 5: On-Track Aviation

On-Track Aviation moved to Wellsbourne Airfield in 2003 having been established by Alan Newton and Mark Young in 1997. Unlike most other businesses on…


Official opening of new wards at Warwick Hospital

Official opening of new wards at Warwick Hospital

SOUTH Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT) has officially opened its new orthopaedic wards at Warwick Hospital today, Monday 7th March. Chris White,…


Party bus tours the area for Chatter Matters Week

Party bus tours the area for Chatter Matters Week

CHILDREN will be encouraged to plant a seed, to go for a welly walk, or have a chat outside the Big Red Party Bus, as it tours Warwickshire for Chatter…


Campaign Week 6: Wellesbourne Aviation Museum

Campaign Week 6: Wellesbourne Aviation Museum

WELLESBOURNE’S vibrant airfield community has long attracted visitors with an interest in aviation, providing a valuable boost to the local economy. With…


Legal firm's hospice legacy

Legal firm's hospice legacy

A DONATION of £2,800 has been handed to the Myton Hospices — and it is enough to pay for more than 100 hours of nursing. The money has come from Warwickshire…


Campaign Week 3: South Warwickshire Flying School

Campaign Week 3: South Warwickshire Flying School

THE South Warwickshire Flying School is one of the oldest businesses at Wellesbourne Airfield having been established in 1982. Present owner Rodney Galiffe…


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