Author Archives: The Stratfordian

Hold the Front Page

By The Stratfordian | May 21, 2020

HOLD THE FRONT PAGE …SCOOP… CLICK ME FOR BIG REVEAL Why, oh why oh why…  …is The Stratford upon Avon Herald in the greasy administrators hands when it can still pull in Headline news like this. ‘On the ball’. ‘Ear to the street’. ‘The Heartbeat of the Community’ all clichés admittedly but everyone applying to… Read More »

Stratford upon Avon welcomes The Immune and their brave efforts to Take Back Control.

By The Stratfordian | May 19, 2020

I have to say it is a great pleasure to say to those who gave up their own leisure time to visit us here in Stratford over the past few days… Stratford upon Avon welcomes The Immune and their brave efforts to  Take Back Control. Somebody has to do it. They swarmed (copyright The Sun)… Read More »

An Obituary for The Stratford upon Avon Herald

By The Stratfordian | May 17, 2020

One of the first things that Stratfordians do when they have bought the Stratford upon Avon Herald is to turn to the obituaries. Being such a close knit community means that the odds are that someone you know or knew, has passed. Like checking the racing results, it’s just something residents of Stratford upon Avon… Read More »

The Dominic Skinner approach to politics.

By The Stratfordian | May 16, 2020

I just wanted to BIG UP and say how much I admire Stratford upon Avon’s Dominic Skinner (Lib Dems) and ‘The Dominic Skinner approach to politics’. His recent broadcast on Facebook HERE  It’s nothing too complicated and as far as I’m concerned,  follows The First Rule of Politics…COMMUNICATION. [I ought to say here that I… Read More »

Stratford District Council Leader’s ‘Trumponian’ response to Pedestrianisation

By The Stratfordian | May 15, 2020

Councillor Dominic Skinner’s ideas about pedestrianisation (This week’s Herald) in Stratford upon Avon are of course nothing new. The idea that removing traffic from areas where there are a lot of pedestrians is a good and safe thing to do, has been mooted on a number of occasions, certainly since I graced Stratford upon Avon… Read More »