In this week's Herald. . .
IN this week's Herald we bring you two exclusive stories about changes at the top in Stratford – at the top of the district council and the top of the football club!
Find out why the leader of the Conservative Party has been ousted by his colleagues and the full reasons behind the manager of Stratford Town FC's departure.
Also this week. . .
What does the absence of East Reiief Road mean for Clopton Bridge weight restriction plans?
Orbit apologies to its customers for 'unacceptable performance.'
Two popular local music festivals are cancelled.
The third- and final - part of our 'State of the High Street' series looking at what the future may hold for Stratford's retailers and shoppers.
Photos and round-up from Stratford's record-breaking Motoring festival at the weekend.
Plus some of the latest from schools across the area in the latest of our fortnightly Education Matters pages, including news from Shipston, Henley and Stratford.
Our photographer has been out and about capturing the bank holiday fun across the region, including the wool fair farm day in Shipston; 'civil war' in Stratford; May Day celebrations in Preston-on-Stour; classic cars in Norton Lindsey; library re-opening in Bidford and even flying teddy bears in Alcester!
In Arts we bring you an interview with David Curtis, the former artistic director of Orchestra of the Swan as well as a chat with the director of comedy The 39 Steps coming to the Bear Pit Theatre in Stratford.
Our man on the touchline brings you all the latest results, analysis and news from the local sporting scene, including an exclusive interview with departing STFC manager Carl Adams. Find out why he has decided to move on after six years.
Plus, there is yet another great competition for readers this week thanks to the Lord Leycester Hospital in Warwick which is offering two pairs of tickets to their medieval banquet.
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