LINDSEY Cooke has been appointed the new headteacher at Winchcombe School with effect from September 2006.
A PUBLIC inquiry starts on Tuesday, July 18, into proposals to demolish some buildings and build several buildings including offices and flats at Shipston.
ARMSCOTE Manor, near Shipston, is hosting a series of autumn lectures in September with proceeds going to Shipston Home Nursing.
TRAFFIC in Moreton came to a halt for nearly three hours last Wednesday afternoon when two cars collided on the A429 Fosseway at the northern outskirts of the town.
LONGBOROUGH Parish Council has begun a campaign to keep large lorries out of the village.
FAMILY fun is the theme for this weekend's Chipping Norton Games which form part of the town's Charter 400 celebrations.
YOUNG talent was given a chance to shine at this year's finale to Shipston Proms, with teenage Fame contest junior winners Mad Sax joined by Chipping Campden School Swing Band to help entertain hundreds in the town square.
HORRIFIED residents of Bourton will be marching in Cheltenham on July 22 in protest at "drastic" plans to do away with most of the beds at Moore Cottage Hospital.
MOTORISTS in Warwickshire are being targeted by a hard-hitting publicity campaign highlighting the dangers of speeding.
THE haunt of witches for centuries, and a site shrouded in mystery, the Rollright Stones near Long Compton may have some secrets revealed this weekend and next weekend as part of National Archaeology Week.
PUB landlords in the north Cotswolds have topped the table with the police for their assistance in helping to make the World Cup period safe and trouble free.
A SERIES of fossil and dinosaur roadshows around villages and schools run by Oxfordshire Geology Trust has been voted a huge success.
PLANS to spend £1m on refurbishing public toilets in Moreton, Stow and Bourton are set to get the final go-ahead from Cotswold District Council next week,
AFTER almost 150 years of teaching village schoolchildren, Mickleton Primary School is closing its doors at the end of term - with the children moving to a new school down the road in September.
TRADERS and residents have urged Stow Town Council and Cotswold District Council to drop their velvet glove tactics and adopt a tougher approach to handling the twice-yearly Stow Fair.