RESIDENTS at a care home in Worcestershire are raising a glass to a new dementia therapy area that has recently been installed - a ‘pop-up pub’.
The 23-year-old former Hereford United stopper put pen to paper after City’s 2-2 friendly draw against Birmingham City’s under 21s at Aggborough.
A CHILD'S scooter was stolen from a garden in Malvern.
EGGS and stones are regularly being pelted at cars and houses in a Worcester road.
STAFF from a leisure company have shaved off their hair to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
THE huge redevelopment of Worcester's Cathedral island has come under criticism from campaigners - who say they are disgruntled by the pedestrian access plans being apparently watered down.
A SHOPKEEPER in Evesham caught selling illegal tobacco has been fined more than £1,000.
CHER Lloyd's father has tried to ease tensions between residents and travellers on Pitmaston Park by asking people to go talk to them.
A FIRE in a compressor has been put out by firefighters.
FIREFIGHTERS extinguished a fire on wasteland in Worcester yesterday (Monday, August 3).
TWO men were reported to police for "damaging trees" in Worcester.
AN event billed as "the biggest dance music festival Worcester has ever seen" is coming to the city.
A KEEN fundraiser and supporter of the Stroke Association is aiming to reach the £10,000 milestone for the charity this year.
GREEN-FINGERED volunteers are needed to help create a new community orchard in Droitwich.
ONE of London’s top kitchen and cookware shops and brands is to move into a new distribution warehouse in Worcester.
BUS operator First Worcester has announced details of a new driver training programme, which places even greater emphasis on safety and customer service, and is set to be rolled out to new drivers this month.
MUSIC fans flocked to Manor Farm in Longdon, Gloucestershire, over the weekend (Friday, July 31, to Sunday, August 2) to enjoy the Livestock Festival.
A NEPALESE man now living in Worcestershire whose home village was destroyed by an earthquake in Nepal is to return with the cash to help rebuild part of his village.
IT IS a sad fact that in this country a child is bereaved of a parent every 30 minutes. Each year, there are an estimated 400 children and young people living in Worcestershire who are affected by the death of a parent, sibling or other significant…
WHEN the weather gets warmer most of us like to take the opportunity to get out and about and socialise with our friends and family. This can quite often include a few alcoholic drinks and it can be very easy to lose track of the amount you’re…
THIS year the recently concluded Tour De France consisted of 21 gruelling stages, amounting to 2,087 miles of cycling in just three weeks. Today, almost every team has its own chiropractor, but why? What does cycling that far do to your back? The…
MOST of us are aware that too much sugar is bad for us, indeed I like the sweet taste of sugar so much I feel guilty instinctively when I eat sweets or cakes! But salt does not have the same effect on my conscience - although it too is harmful if…
A WOMAN had her faith in the human race restored when a "very kind person" handed in her lost bag of shopping.
AT the time of year when many people are considering holidays – either at home or abroad, I would urge you to consider the opportunities that international markets could provide to your business. I am pleased to say our SMEs are already leading…
THE introduction of the national living wage is good news for the low paid but worrisome for employers struggling to make ends meet. From April 2016 over 25s will be entitled to the national living wage of £7.20 per hour; an increase of 70 pence…
FORMER Worcester MP Mike Foster has emailed hundreds of Labour Party members in the city urging them to NOT vote for Jeremy Corbyn - only to be on the end of abusive messages.
A TRUSTED grandmother from Evesham who stole more than £500,000 from her employer to fund a luxurious lifestyle with her toyboy lover was jailed for three years yesterday (Monday, August 3).
RAIL workers on First Great Western are to stage a series of strikes, including over the August Bank Holiday weekend, in a long-running row over new trains.
AN award winning Malvern company has announced plans to expand and create new jobs.
DON'T treat us like a freak show - that is the request from one man who faces frequent unwanted physical and verbal attention all because of his height.
WORCESTERSHIRE Health and Care NHS Trust is looking to recruit a new non-executive director to join its board.
Whiteley has put in a string of impressive displays against Yorkshire, scoring 270 runs in three innings against the Headingley outfit.
AFTER the outrage caused by American dentist Walter Palmer, who killed Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe, a Pershore dentist decided to sacrifice her own "mane" to help animals.
A COLOUR blind photographer got his teeth into a tasty challenge during the weekend's Worcester Foodie Festival.
THE new top boss at Worcester City Council has got her feet under the table - starting work in her plum role.
A MAN'S body was discovered on Fort Royal Park on Friday.
RECORDED crimes across Worcestershire have leapt 16 per cent in one year, according to a detailed breakdown from police chiefs.
STAFF of a Worcester storage company have been spending their free time cleaning up the canalside.
SCOUTS from Worcestershire are currently enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime experience in Japan at the 23rd World Scout Jamboree.
GOURMET snack maker Tyrrells has acquired an Australian crisp manufacturer in a bid to expand its presence in the region.
THERE’S a new contagion sweeping the land, taking all before it… the idea that Shakespeare can actually be good fun and not cosily corseted by intellectual elites and their fellow travellers.
A WOMAN has appealed for information about the whereabouts of her fiancé's bike which was stolen from a car park in Diglis.
CALLS are being made for Worcestershire to become a UK-leader in blackberry picking - in the hope it could boost tourism.
FOURTEEN new jobs are to be created in Malvern when multi-channel trade retailer Screwfix opens its first store in the town.
Kvesic is invariably on the fringes of the England squad but won the last of his two caps against Argentina back in June 2013.
Daniel Nti, who lives in Milton Keynes, notched four goals in City’s seven pre-season games after being handed the central striker’s position.
Whild believes the Grimsby game is an excellent fixture to open with, especially as the Mariners are fancied to lift the Vanarama National League crown.
DESPERATE for anything that saves a few quid, earlier this year Worcestershire County Council decided to outsource its IT functions - with quite bizarre consequences.
Steve Rhodes has celebrated 10 years as the County’s director of cricket.
The former Kidderminster and Stourbridge frontman steered the ball beyond young Blues goalkeeper Connal Trueman midway through the first half and then, boosted by the goal, continued to terrorise the visitors for the remainder of the game.