Hot, hot, hot. . . off the press! What's inside your Herald this week?
IT'S been another hot one in Stratford district this week and today's Herald is also hot off the press with more EXCLUSIVES. . .
. . . including drastic new measures to guard against the threat of terrorism is Stratford.
PLUS: Just as we went to press there was a breaking story about a sensational resignation by one of our district councillors. Find out the reasons behind his decision – and his blistering attack of the council's new leadership.
Time is being called on Alcester's beleaguered Greig Hall where the district council have now served notice on the trustees and launched proceedings to recover the £800,000 owed.
Are the annual Shakespeare Birthday Celebrations set to become a shadow of their former selves? The debate continues.
Latest council plans to address the district's rising homelessness problems.
Bailiffs to move in on travellers on the King Edward VI School Manor Road sports field.
Re-opening date for the ArtsHouse - soon to become the Play House – plus early events line up.
Bell Court – With half the retail units still unoccupied, we ask: Is it deemed to be a success?
It's also time for the next in our monthly Profile series and this time we speak to Stratford Town Host Terry Jones.
Hear from Stratford District Council leader Tony Jefferson in his latest column, where he addresses, among other things, the campaign to save Wellesbourne Airfield.
In our fortnightly Business Matters section we speak to the Saturday girl who now runs the joint, plus a round up of success stories from businesses across the district.
Our award-winning photographer has also been busy out and about capturing your fundraising events around the patch, including Alcester's first Motoring Festival as well as events in Idlicote, Shipston, Long Marston, Stratford and Claverdon.
In Arts, it's festival season, and there's a look back - and ahead - to some of the events in the area as well as an interview with actress Charlotte Josephine who plays the traditionally male role of Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet currently playing at the RSC.
Meanwhile, our man on the touchline reveals Stratford Town's new stadium sponsor as well as brings you all the latest results and fixtures from around the region.
PLUS: You could kick off the school summer holidays in style with our competition to win an annual family pass to Hatton Adventure World, worth £330.
As if that wasn't enough, there is also an exclusive offer this week for Herald readers of 25% off your food bill at The Townhouse in Stratford. (*exclusions apply)