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In today's Herald . . .





THE big wheel proposed for Stratford-upon-Avon is back in the headlines - and this time it's got local businesses in a spin.

Issues over privacy have been raised, with fears people who take a ride on the wheel could see into neighbouring properties, should it get permission to set up on the town's Recreation Ground. Read the full story on our front page.

We also report on significant find during the restoration of the Guildhall while the Guild Chapel has 100,000 reasons to celebrate this week.

Also in this week's paper:

- Town couple celebrate 70 years of marriage.

- Tributes to cancer Alcester mum.

- New owner for Stratford firm Thomas Crapper and Company.

- Picture special from World Book Day.

- First look inside The Other Place.

- Man jailed for two years after pointing air gun at police.

- Shakespeare statue planning application withdrawn. Find out why.

- Runaway sheep storm residential street.

- Flash floods bring district to a standstill and close schools.

- Bidford mum takes ITV show challenge.

- Communities Clean for the Queen.

- WIN family tickets to West Midland Safari Park.

- Stratford Town FC return to winning ways.

- Shakespeare goes to China.

- Councillor loses High Court appeal in wedding venue battle.

All this, and much more, for just 65p.



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