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Nadhim Zahawi column: Delivering for Stratford and for the country

Nadhim Zahawi column: Delivering for Stratford and for the country

Nadhim Zahawi column: Delivering for Stratford and for the country

Vaccines minister and Stratford MP writes for the Herald


'John is a hero to both of us'

'John is a hero to both of us'

'John is a hero to both of us'

A courageous Shipston couple are back home with their four-year-old son after a life-saving kidney transplant from his hero dad.


Digging the dirt on new RSC theatre

Digging the dirt on new RSC theatre

Digging the dirt on new RSC theatre

RSC artistic director Gregory Doran broke ground to signal the start of building the Garden Theatre.


When to see the 'supermoon' in Warwickshire this week

When to see the 'supermoon' in Warwickshire this week

When to see the 'supermoon' in Warwickshire this week

The moon could look up to 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter as it reaches its closest point to Earth.


Find out which supermarket are cheapest for branded items

Find out which supermarket are cheapest for branded items

Find out which supermarket are cheapest for branded items

A Which? study of more than 400 food and drink items has revealed which supermarkets are the cheapest and the most expensive for branded goods.


What to do if you find a baby bird this spring

What to do if you find a baby bird this spring

What to do if you find a baby bird this spring

Fresh advice on what to do if you find a baby bird has been issued by the RSPCA as it prepares for an increase in calls during the breeding season.


Get in the pink to give Stratford a summer of colour

Get in the pink to give Stratford a summer of colour

Get in the pink to give Stratford a summer of colour

Organisers of this year's Stratford In Bloom want to lift the gloom of the last year with colourful displays across the town.


100 ways to remember a remarkable woman

100 ways to remember a remarkable woman

100 ways to remember a remarkable woman

Stratford Riding for the Disabled founder Beryl Sainsbury, who died aged 99 last September, is being honoured with a fundraising tribute.


Stratford artist creates 50 images to highlight child poverty issues

Stratford artist creates 50 images to highlight child poverty issues

Stratford artist creates 50 images to highlight child poverty issues

Robert Williams saw the impact of child poverty while working for the NHS for more than 20 years.


The Stratford librarian who doubles as William Shakespeare

The Stratford librarian who doubles as William Shakespeare

The Stratford librarian who doubles as William Shakespeare

When you see a man in Stratford dressed as William Shakespeare, that man is likely to be William Stafford.


Memories of the Birthday Celebrations from the oldest Shakespeare club in the world

Memories of the Birthday Celebrations from the oldest Shakespeare club in the world

Memories of the Birthday Celebrations from the oldest Shakespeare club in the world

Sylvia Morris shares memories of the Birthday Celebrations from The Shakespeare Club of Stratford


It did happen to a vet - Julian Marcus retires from The Ark in Stratford

It did happen to a vet - Julian Marcus retires from The Ark in Stratford

It did happen to a vet - Julian Marcus retires from The Ark in Stratford

Julian Marcus looks back at a career spanning 37 years.


'Philip’s humour and caring nature really stood out'

'Philip’s humour and caring nature really stood out'

'Philip’s humour and caring nature really stood out'

Former Stratford mayor Charles Bates shares memories of when Prince Philip and The Queen came to Stratford in 1996.


Capturing real-life stories of a nation's destruction

Capturing real-life stories of a nation's destruction

Capturing real-life stories of a nation's destruction

Stories offer a fascinating picture of the life of first Polish immigrants


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