In this week's Herald. . .
THERE is big news for Henley this week – especially the sporting and leisure community – with the planning approval granted for a new quarter-of-a-million-pound hub.
See computer images of how the state-of-the-art facility will look on our front page.
Also this week. . .
- In a rallying call for public support, the new operators of the ArtsHouse have defended criticisms over their fees.
- We introduce the new headteacher starting at Stratford's Bridgetown Primary School next month.
- Parents launch a campaign against the rising costs of school uniform.
- How you can purchase some land - and become Lord of the Manor!
- A cycling club is planning a new £1m cycle circuit in Stratford.
- Photo special from fundraising events in villages around the region.
- Special two-page round-up of A-Level results - reports and photos.
- Plus your weekly reports from the local Clubs and Villages including a photo special from Tysoe Flower Show and Fete.
- In Arts we bring you a fascinating tale of fate when a male acting troupe perform Shakespeare to Dame Judi - in a Scilly island!
- And we talk to guest curators at Compton Verney about their work in reimagining the Women's Library.
- Meanwhile our man on the touchline brings you all the latest results and fixtures from across the area, including the latest interview with new Stratford Town manager Darren Byfield.
- PLUS: Don't miss our Viewpoint where our editor hits back at readers following accusations of 'fake news' over the Picturehouse closure stories.
- And there's much more much more. Pick up your copy for just 80p - in the shops from today.