A former magistrate from Warwickshire, who smashed his car into the front of a coffee shop leaving several people seriously injured, has been found guilty of dangerous driving.
Alan Marks, from Shottery in Stratford-upon-Avon, claimed the crash was caused by a mechanical fault.
But Birmingham Crown Court heard during the trial that the 65-year-old mistakenly pressed the car's accelerator rather than the brake, and failed to control the Volkswagon Touran as it careered into a pedestrianised street.
The crash at the Costa Coffee in Henley Street left a shopper with a traumatic brain injury and another victim with multiple fractures.
Marks was given a two-year conditional discharge and ordered to pay £1,200 in costs, after the jury took two hours to consider its verdict.
A television chef and presenter who suffered three heart attacks says becoming an Ambassador for Heart Research UK is one of her proudest moments.
Sally Bee, who lives in Statford-on-Avon, has been at Birmingham Children's Hospital speaking to others about her experiences.
James Clark reports.
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A woman has died after a two car crash in Stratford-upon-Avon on Saturday night.
The woman, who was the driver of one car, died at the scene of the crash on the A3400 near to the Ettington Park Hotel in Alderminster at 8.40pm.
Another woman is in hospital after being trapped in the wreckage for more than an hour.
The driver of the second car, a woman believed to be in her 20s, was significantly trapped in the wreckage. Upon initial assessment, medics found she had sustained multiple traumatic injuries including a head injury...
After more than an hour, the woman was released and medics were able to fully immobilise her with a neck collar, spinal board, pelvic, arm and leg splints as well as deliver further drug therapy before she was taken to University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire for further treatment.
Prince Charles has been watching a short Shakespeare performance by local pupils at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon.
His Royal Highness is visiting various landmarks in Warwickshire today.
The trip to RSC is part of the Shakespeare 450th year celebrations which have been taking place in Stratford-upon-Avon.
David Cameron has been urged to create a national day to commemorate the birth of playwright William Shakespeare.
The 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth has been celebrated in recent days, leading to the MP for Stratford-upon-Avon to make the request to the prime minister.
Mr Cameron disclosed to MPs that he was inspired and driven on by Henry V's speech before the Battle of Agincourt.
In a lengthy question which appeared to have taken inspiration from Shakespeare's works, Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi referred to the Prime Minister as he said:
"Could this right honourable man, the captain of our state, lend his help to make our national poet's birth a national day, and could he disclose before the House what Shakespeare means to him?"
Mr Cameron replied: "Can I thank you for that beautifully and brilliantly crafted question about the anniversary of Shakespeare's birth.
It is a moment for celebration, not just here in Britain but all across the world, where Shakespeare's works are getting a wider and wider understanding and distribution.
I won't attempt the quotes you have brought out in your question.
But I would say to any politician, if you read Henry V's speech before Agincourt - if that doesn't inspire and drive you on, I can't think what does."
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Jacqueline Green, from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, says children are not worried about the language of Shakespeare, because they pick up on the emotion and storyline of William Shakespeare's works.
She was speaking as the playwright's town, Stratford-upon-Avon celebrates his 450th birthday.
Bell ringers at the Holy Trinity church in Stratford are taking part in Shakespeare's 450th birthday celebrations.
The church itself is known as 'Skakespeare's Church', as it is where he was baptised. He is also buried within the chancel.
Ringing Master, Charles Wilson, explains some of the history of bell ringing at the church.
Today marks William Shakespeare's 450th birthday, but the celebrations at his birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon will continue into the weekend.
A group called 'Playmakers' are planning ahead, so the town can handle the 20,000 or more expected visitors.
Emma Beasley and Sam Lloyd explain what the group are about.
Celebrations are starting today in Stratford-upon-Avon for William Shakespeare's birthday. The famous playwright was born in the town in 1564.
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) will celebrate Shakepeare's 450th birthday with a firework display from the top of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre after the evening performance of Henry IV, Part 1.
The celebrations will continue over the weekend offering a range of free family theatre activities including stage fighting workshops and blood, guts and gore make-up classes.