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This week's front page headline.
This week's front page headline.

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON celebrity faces court date for voyeurism charges - that is the headline on our front page this week... pick up a copy to find our who it is.

We also have news of the sale of a house at the centre of a major row that has pitted Stratford Town Trust against a group of its members, and we visit the company that has grown half a million of the 'Christmas Eve Flower' right here in Stratford!

Also in this week's Herald:

  • Village school tops country's SATs league table.
  • Guest house to be bulldozed?
  • Crib maker apologises after death of baby.
  • Plant nursery boss jailed over indecent images of children.
  • Man hurt after being hit by a train on Stratford line.
  • Kindhearted residents host Christmas Day dinners.
  • MP's Christmas card winners named.
  • Nick Skelton talks about his BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
  • Christmas messages from civic leaders.
  • WIN tickets to three RSC plays: The Two Noble Kinsmen, The Rover and Seven Acts of Mercy.
  • Reviews of Christmas shows at Stratford ArtsHouse, Warwick Arts Centre and The Theatre Chipping Norton.
  • Stratford Town's manager and players look ahead to Boxing Day derby.

All this and more - just 70p!

Gary Woodruffe, senior grower at Bordon Hill Nurseries in Stratford, with just some of the half a million red poinsettia plants which the company are growing and supplying for Christmas. Photo: Mark Williamson. (B58/12/16/2570)
Gary Woodruffe, senior grower at Bordon Hill Nurseries in Stratford, with just some of the half a million red poinsettia plants which the company are growing and supplying for Christmas. Photo: Mark Williamson. (B58/12/16/2570)


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