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Tina and Zoe excited to compete at Chelsea Flower Show

Tina and Zoe excited to compete at Chelsea Flower Show

A former student and a lecturer from Moreton Morrell College are set to compete against the UK’s best florists at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show next week. Tina…


New time and place for popular Thai Festival

New time and place for popular Thai Festival

The hugely popular Thai Festival in Warwick is moving to a new venue and will have an entry fee. It will take place at Warwick Racecourse on Sunday, 31st…


Hat-trick of triumphs for Stratford School's footballers

Hat-trick of triumphs for Stratford School's footballers

STRATFORD School is celebrating after enjoying a hat-trick of triumphs on the football field. Last Wednesday, the school’s under-16 boys’ football team…


Buoyant Bears on brink of league title

Buoyant Bears on brink of league title

WARWICKSHIRE Bears, already promoted to division one of the National Wheelchair Basketball League, look set to go up as champions following a thrilling…


B&Q demolition plans submitted

B&Q demolition plans submitted

Plans to demolish Stratford-upon-Avon's B&Q store at the Maybird Shopping Centre and replace it with three new retail units, have been submitted to…


Leisure centre refurb moves forward

Leisure centre refurb moves forward

A PLANNING application has been submitted for the refurbishment and extension of St Nicholas’ Park Leisure Centre in Warwick. Warwick District Council…


BREAKING NEWS: Serious collision on the A46

BREAKING NEWS: Serious collision on the A46

Emergency services are currently at the scene of a serious road traffic collision on the A46 at Red Hill near the Stag pub. Warwickshire police closed…


Library books to offer dementia help

Library books to offer dementia help

A COLLECTION of books that will be prescribed to people living with dementia and their carers is now available at Bidford Library. The collection, comprising…


Drawing in the crowds

Drawing in the crowds

TWO art exhibitions saw local artists display their fine work over a gloriously sunny weekend. The Stratford Art Fair was put on by Friends of Stratford…


The diva and the fiddler

The diva and the fiddler

HUSBAND and wife duo who live in Vienna, Diana Jacklin, soprano, and Hartmut Ometzberger, violin, are including Whichford on Sunday, 22nd May, in a tour…


Regional policing operation targets online sex offenders

Regional policing operation targets online sex offenders

A POLICING operation involving four police forces in the West Midlands is targeting suspected paedophiles operating online. Operation Safenet was launched…


Have your say on life in Warwickshire

Have your say on life in Warwickshire

A NEW survey to help shape the future of public services has been launched. The survey is an opportunity for residents to have their say on what they…


Petrov bounces back at new trampoline arena

Petrov bounces back at new trampoline arena

STILIYAN Petrov was guest of honour at the official opening of the new Jump In Warwick trampoline arena on Saturday. The former Aston Villa player is…


Contract keeps firm flying high

Contract keeps firm flying high

A COMPANY that is part of the Stratford-upon-Avon-based Rigby Group has been handed a ten-year, £180million contract with the British military forces…


New guide in time for Dementia Awareness Week

New guide in time for Dementia Awareness Week

TO mark this week's National Dementia Awareness Week, Stratford District Council is promoting the range of support available locally for people living…


World champion rower returns to former school

World champion rower returns to former school

WORLD champion rower Matt Gotrel paid a visit to his former school last week to speak about his life as a professional athlete. The former international…


House fire in Lighthorne Heath

House fire in Lighthorne Heath

FIRE crews from Gaydon and Leamington were called to a house fire at midday on Monday in Lighthorne Heath. On arrival crews were faced with smoke coming…


New cultural 'Cold War' reaches the Cotswolds

New cultural 'Cold War' reaches the Cotswolds

AN internationally-renowned string quartet has been unable to take part in the Chipping Campden Music Festival this year because of apparent problems…


Former Shipston teacher jailed for sex offences

Former Shipston teacher jailed for sex offences

A disgraced teacher has been jailed for having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old pupil at Shipston High School where he taught. Jonathan Hunt (pictured)…


Firefighters rescue trapped cat in Ettington

Firefighters rescue trapped cat in Ettington

FIREFIGHTERS were called to rescue Marlowe the cat yesterday afternoon (Sunday), after he got trapped between the joining of two large fence panels, in…


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