Timed talks to launch at Guild Chapel

Timed talks to launch at Guild Chapel

VISITORS wanting to learn and discover more about the Guild Chapel, its history and medieval wall paintings are invited to drop-in to listen to a new series of volunteer-led talks. The first talk will take place at 11am on Tuesday (April 3rd). It will be then become a...
Oar-some fundraising ahead

Oar-some fundraising ahead

HUNDREDS of spectators are expected to gather by the banks of the river this summer to watch competitors from far and wide compete in the annual Rosconn Group Stratford Boat Club Regatta. The event takes place on Saturday June 16th and is organised by...
What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

WE all know that investing in a new bathroom or kitchen or refreshing the outward appearance of your home are good ways to add value and clinch a sale. But did you know there’s one other change to consider – one that costs very little and might be simpler than...
Pull on your PJs for Autism Awareness

Pull on your PJs for Autism Awareness

THERE will be a chance to enjoy a cuppa and cake in the comfort of your pyjamas later this month – and all to raise money to support World Autism Awareness Week. Heart of England Mencap – the local charity supporting people with learning disabilities – will host the...
Bringing characters to life for World Book Day

Bringing characters to life for World Book Day

FROM CINDERELLA and Little Red Riding Hood to Superwoman and Mog  – pupils and staff at Saint Martin’s School marked World Book Day by dressing up as their favourite fictional characters. Involving every year group from nursery to Sixth Form, the annual calendar...