In this week's Herald ...
New research has revealed that two historic buildings in Stratford are younger than previously thought.
An age-old village green was also returned to the Luddington people after a dispute that lasted centuries.
Meanwhile the scaffolding finally came down at Alcester’s St Nicholas church this week after a two-year restoration project, while Holy Trinity’s parish centre installed its own defibrillator.
And on a bygone era theme one correspondent takes us back on a nostalgic journey into steam, speed and smuts.
Among our arts highlights Gill Sutherland meets none other than Caroline Quentin to talk about her current role with the RSC.
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