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Police web chat to halt hate crime

Police web chat to halt hate crime

The event has been planned to coincide with National Hate Crime Week which runs from 10th to 18th October and is one of a series of events taking place…


Funding for community and voluntary projects

Funding for community and voluntary projects

The partners are looking to fund community and voluntary sector projects primarily up to the value of £10,000 for a one year contract, with the possibility…


Myton Hospice celebrates the work of volunteers

Myton Hospice celebrates the work of volunteers

Kate Lee, CEO of Myton Hospice, said: “It’s an opportunity for us to say thanks to everyone throughout Coventry and Warwickshire who is ‘connected’ to…


Appeal sends Ciara to USA

Appeal sends Ciara to USA

Eventually £15,000 was raised and Ciara’s journey to Miami for the treatment looks set to go ahead early next year. Ciara was three when she was diagnosed…


Centre engineers a bright future

Centre engineers a bright future

It has been a real local effort, with Warwick law firm Wright Hassall, Coventry-based property advisors Bromwich Hardy and North Rae Sanders, quantity…


The show goes on — even after 210 years

The show goes on — even after 210 years

Sandra Smith, head of wigs and make up, who lives in Stratford, has completed 30 years, while collecting their 40 year service awards last Thursday were…


Family's tribute to man who died in collision on Europa Way, Warwick

Family's tribute to man who died in collision on Europa Way, Warwick

His family have released the following tribute: "We know nothing will bring our gentle caring son back, but we would appreciate any information that can…


Warwickshire Bears record first win

Warwickshire Bears record first win

Dan Gill chipped in with 14 points, with Ian Beach (10), Lee Powell (4) and Mark Butler (4) also on the scoresheet. Bears beat Shock in the play-off finals…


Law firm partner takes industry role

Law firm partner takes industry role

Andrew Smith joined Shakespeare Martineau, which employs 120 people in its Stratford-on-Avon office, in 2009 and has been a board member of Coventry and…


A special week to say ‘thank you’

A special week to say ‘thank you’

Kate Lee, chief executive of Myton Hospice, said: “It’s an opportunity for us to say thanks to everyone throughout Coventry and Warwickshire who is connected…


Sporting stars turn up for Stratford Leisure Centre re-opening

Sporting stars turn up for Stratford Leisure Centre re-opening

A large climbing wall, the first of its kind in the Midlands, has also been installed and a new reception and café have been built. Water polo player…


No complacency over unemployment decline

No complacency over unemployment decline

She said: “Our last Quarterly Economic Survey suggested that businesses would continue to grow and take on new staff and the figures are bearing that…


Fresh battle over 200 new homes planned for Bidford

Fresh battle over 200 new homes planned for Bidford

Planning officials are recommending that the application should be granted subject to conditions and developers’ contributions (under what is known as…


First home defeat for Town

First home defeat for Town

Though Cambridge visitors Histon looked lively early on at the DCS Stadium, Carl Adams' men struck first through striker Edwin Ahenkorah on 31 minutes. The…


Police crackdown on rogue traders in Stratford

Police crackdown on rogue traders in Stratford

Vans and cars which raised suspicion were directed from Stratford town onto the leisure centre's car park. The vehicles were then inspected to check they…


BREAKING NEWS: Land sale 'will preserve cottage setting'

BREAKING NEWS: Land sale 'will preserve cottage setting'

At an Extraordinary General Meeting today the trustees have agreed in principle to sell a small parcel of land in a field beyond the boundary of the Cottage…


A real taste of Italy

A real taste of Italy

Behind the creative and inspiring new menu is a real celebration of Italy and its many wonderful ingredients. Every dish oozes real Italian authenticity…


Tributes paid to Stratford Christmas Lights founder

Tributes paid to Stratford Christmas Lights founder

Perhaps Ron’s most long lasting contribution to the town came when he with fellow guesthouse owner Ernie Coulston took the lead in raising funds to pay…


Awards ring in changes for Bells

Awards ring in changes for Bells

The award is given for the accuracy of cooking, the clarity of flavours, the seasonality of the menu, the provenance of the ingredients and the balance…


Crucial land vote set to go ahead

Crucial land vote set to go ahead

The land is needed to allow the building of the relief road planned for the project, which has been given government approval despite furious local opposition. The…


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