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Hamlet goes in to the Jungle

Hamlet goes in to the Jungle

On Monday, 8th February, they will perform to Libyan migrants at the Salesian Theatre in Malta. The tour started on 23rd April, 2015 and will finish on…


Go the extra mile for Sport Relief

Go the extra mile for Sport Relief

The one-mile run starts at 11am with the two longer runs getting underway at 10.30am. Danny Tolhurst, active communities officer at Stratford District…


Cameras roll as Doctors come calling

Cameras roll as Doctors come calling

The two episodes were directed by Ian Barber, who is the co-owner of 1940s themed tearoom, The Fourteas, in Sheep Street. The episodes will be aired in…


Picture special: Alcester v Coventrians

Picture special: Alcester v Coventrians


Bears to face West Indies in pre-season tour

Bears to face West Indies in pre-season tour

The Bears will also play two two-day matches at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium against a UAE XI and an internal fixture involving all members of the playing…


Raft race marks 40 years

Raft race marks 40 years

Teams are now being sought to make the 40 th anniversary event the biggest ever. Entry forms for this year’s Raft Race are available now at www.raftrace.org.uk Full…


Police investigate Stratford assault

Police investigate Stratford assault

The two people the victim was with then left the scene. The offender is described as a white male 5ft 6ins tall, about 20-years old, of a slim build with…


Council urges people to take the travel pledge

Council urges people to take the travel pledge

A report last year revealed that of all the drivers commuting in to Warwick, 52 per cent, live within five km and 25 per cent (one in four drivers) live…


Have your say on the restoration of Stratford's Toll House

Have your say on the restoration of Stratford's Toll House

Roger Davis, a trustee at the Stratford Historic Buildings Trust, said: "We are delighted that the project has now got to the stage where we can shout…


Digging deep to tell Bard’s story

Digging deep to tell Bard’s story

Law based his designs in part on the famous illustration from the Gardener’s Labyrinth, a popular book in Shakespeare’s day. Among the volunteers is Jan…


Leisure centres' £12m revamp plans go on show

Leisure centres' £12m revamp plans go on show

Plans for St Nicholas' Park Leisure Centre include 80 gym bays, two dance studios and a a spin studio. It is also proposed to enhance the changing room…


Town show resolve as they claim point at Hungerford

Town show resolve as they claim point at Hungerford

Although Town had the first real chance when Michael McGrath’s right-wing corner fell to Marcel Simpson at the far post, only for the big defender to…


Emotional scenes after not guilty verdict at murder trial

Emotional scenes after not guilty verdict at murder trial

Edward Cornet, also known as Eddie, was stabbed three times in the chest by Mr Merrilees and later died of his injuries. The court heard that on 15 th…


Adams delighted with response to Dunstable defeat

Adams delighted with response to Dunstable defeat

Aaron Stringfellow and Michael McGrath both struck for Town inside the opening 20 minutes to settle the game and move Town up to 13th in the Evo-Stik…


CV37 residents' ballot for Shakespeare Live! tickets

CV37 residents' ballot for Shakespeare Live! tickets

On Shakespeare’s Birthday, Saturday 23 April, the Royal Shakespeare Company will celebrate Shakespeare’s legacy across the arts with Shakespeare Live!…


Weekend football round-up

Weekend football round-up

FC Stratford remain top of the table, but their lead has been cut to two points following Leamington Hibernian's 6-1 win at Burntwood Town. Shipston Excelsior…


Southam was 'right job at wrong time' for Constable

Southam was 'right job at wrong time' for Constable

Constable, who is a UEFA B coach with a long involvement with the club, was appointed in mid -September following the resignations of Quentin Townsend…


Kineton drink driver jailed

Kineton drink driver jailed

In September Riddick, whose address was then Albion Street, Kenilworth, was originally charged with three counts of causing death by careless driving. The…


Work on new sports facilities well underway in Barford

Work on new sports facilities well underway in Barford

The project is the result of a fundraising drive by villagers who, as well as raising a great deal of the money themselves, also secured valuable grant…


Campaign Week 2: The Touchdown Cafe

Campaign Week 2: The Touchdown Cafe

The café acts as the social hub of the airfield and works with the local Welcombe Hills School, helping to teach pupils how to place orders while also…


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