In this week's Herald. . .
THE recent return to school for many children across the district has proved a stressful time. . . and it's thanks to our transport system. Find out why parents are fuming.
Also this week, we hear again from a longstanding local businessman who has taken drastic action against the organisation he used to represent following a war of words.
Ralph Speth, the chief Executive Officer of JLR has also pulled no punches in his Brexit message to the Prime Minister during her visit to the HQ this week. Hear what he had to say.
The campaign group against the controversial South Western Relief Road make dramatic claims about CALA's recently submitted planning application.
Meanwhile, in Wellesbourne, owners of the airfield businesses have been dealt another blow.
Our photographer has been busy visiting events across the district, including Roman Day and Court Leet Fun Day in Alcester, Chipping Campden Rally on the Rec and Butlers Marston fete.
Plus there's the usual highlights from the Arts scene and all the news, views, results and fixtures from our man on the touchline bringing you all the latest local sport - including the latest developments from the troubled Stratford Town FC camp.
And, as the circus has now arrived in town, the Herald has an exclusive Buy One, Get One Free offer on tickets. There is no limit to the amount you can claim. Just cut out the coupon on page 10 of today's paper!
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