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Stratford slip to first defeat of the season

Stratford slip to first defeat of the season

STRATFORD slipped to a 28-run defeat by DLS method against Tamworth in their Birmingham Premier League Division Two match at Swans Nest Lane on Saturday. Josh…


Town centre chiefs’ concern over shops under threat

Town centre chiefs’ concern over shops under threat

STAFF at Stratford-upon-Avon’s Austin Reed, Viyella and Country Casuals outlets voiced worries this week over the group going into administration and…


PICTURE GALLERY: Dancing in the streets since 1974

PICTURE GALLERY: Dancing in the streets since 1974

THE Ilmington Morris Men again danced at the most spectacular sunrise for many years — as seen from Ilmington Downs, which, at 842ft above sea level,…


Champions stay top following victory at Henley

Champions stay top following victory at Henley

CHAMPIONS Stratford-on-Avon remain top of the Wildmoor Spa Tennis League thanks to a 3-1 win at Henley-in-Arden. However, they are joined at the top on…


Protest fails to halt Mason’s Court auction

Protest fails to halt Mason’s Court auction

FORMER tenants of historic Mason’s Court in Rother Street, Stratford-upon-Avon — and some of their supporters — staged a demonstration outside the 15th…


INTERVIEW: 'For All Time' artist Steven Follen

INTERVIEW: 'For All Time' artist Steven Follen

FOR All Time is the largest permanent site-specific artwork to be commissioned by the RSC. Herald arts caught up with its creator, Brighton based-artist…


Free open day celebrates valued airfield

Free open day celebrates valued airfield

VISITORS to Wellesbourne Airfield are being invited to indulge their passion for aviation at a special free open day on Sunday. Between 10am and 4pm people…


Delta bluesman ‘Bud’ Welch visits

Delta bluesman ‘Bud’ Welch visits

GOSPEL and blues guitarist Leo ‘Bud’ Welch is performing at The Norman Knight, Whichford, on Monday, 9th May. He was born in Sbougla, Mississippi, in…


MURDER TRIAL: Jury's deliberations to go into second week

MURDER TRIAL: Jury's deliberations to go into second week

THE jury in the Tristram Wallace murder trial will resume its deliberations on Monday, 9th May. The eight man and four women failed to reach a verdict…


WIN afternoon Tea for two at The Stratford

WIN afternoon Tea for two at The Stratford

THE Stratford-upon-Avon Herald has teamed up with the hotel to offer five Afternoon Teas for two plus a glass of champagne to be won. Part of the 26 strong…


REACTION: Philip Seccombe welcomed as new police and crime commissioner

REACTION: Philip Seccombe welcomed as new police and crime commissioner

OUTGOING Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Ron Ball, has congratulated his successor. It has been announced this afternoon, Friday, that Conservative…


Stratford Special celebrate after claiming league title

Stratford Special celebrate after claiming league title

STRATFORD Special are celebrating after winning the Birmingham Ability Counts League Championship A Division. The team, set up 15 years ago and now linked…


God of Carnage opens at the Bear Pit Theatre

God of Carnage opens at the Bear Pit Theatre

AS God of Carnage, the comedy of manners written by French playwright Yasmina Reza in 2006, opens at the Bear Pit Theatre tonight (Friday, 8th May), Gill…


Mark and team in pole position

Mark and team in pole position

A FEARLESS explorer from Ettington has returned to the UK after completing an epic 120-mile trek to the North Pole. Mark Wood, 50, who headed up the three-man…


Warwickshire need to develop a ruthless streak

Warwickshire need to develop a ruthless streak

WARWICKSHIRE will face Somerset at Edgbaston on Sunday determined to add a dash of ruthlessness to their solid cricket in the early weeks of the Specsavers…


Low turnouts as counting begins in police commissioner election

Low turnouts as counting begins in police commissioner election

THERE was a 23 per cent turn out in both Stratford-upon-Avon District and Warwick District yesterday, Thursday, for the Warwickshire Police and Crime…


Stratford Boat Club warm up for National Championships with Evesham success

Stratford Boat Club warm up for National Championships with Evesham success

A CREW from Stratford-upon-Avon Boat Club won the Masters Coxed Fours event at the Evesham Regatta on Saturday. Stephen Haighton, Glyn Hawkins, Tim Lunel…


MURDER TRIAL: Jury set to continue its deliberations

MURDER TRIAL: Jury set to continue its deliberations

THE jury in the Tristram Wallace murder trial will begin a third day of deliberations on Friday, 6th May. On Wednesday, the Honourable Mr Justice Timothy…


PICTURE GALLERY: Duke of Kent visits Barford

PICTURE GALLERY: Duke of Kent visits Barford

AMID joyful school children and the backdrop of a perfect spring day, HRH The Duke of Kent officially opened the refurbished King George’s Field in Barford…


VIDEO: Wind tunnel helps injured serviceman prepare for games

VIDEO: Wind tunnel helps injured serviceman prepare for games

A WIND TUNNEL at Jaguar Land Rover in Gaydon has been helping an injured serviceman prepare for this year’s Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida, which…


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