WALKERS are being encouraged to help a Worcestershire hospice.
Warriors back row Phil Dowson has called Saints “an injured beast” and believes Saturday’s meeting will be a “phenomenal occasion”.
FUNDING is up for grabs for projects that help keep young people away from crime and stop them from dying on the roads.
PLANS to alleviate congestion in Worcestershire have been given a boost thanks to an injection of £300,000 of government funding.
BLESSED Edward Oldcorne College boys’ under 14s reached the national basketball last 32.
AN under-strength Worcester men’s side rallied to secure a fine 3-2 home win over Belper in the Warwick Printing Midland League Premier Division.
WORCESTER Reds secured a vital 41-39 win over Academy in their battle to survive in England Netball Mizuno Premier League One.
STAFF at a new fish and chip shop served up the first portion to the Mayor of Worcester during the grand opening ceremony.
WORCESTER firefighters were called to a car on fire in Merrimans Hill.
A ROAD has reopened after a crash involving a lorry and a van near Worcester.
PUPILS at a Worcester school dressed up in dog themed costumes to raise money for medical assistance dogs.
HARDWORKING volunteers at an Evesham school have raised £4,000 for computer equipment.
WORCESTER Wanderers moved up to ninth in the tight Midlands One West table with a fine 22-16 home win over mid-table Sutton Coldfield.
Dowson has hailed the impact of new director of rugby Gary Gold and says a permanent appointment in the summer will be a “vital cog” in Warriors’ future.
A FORMER Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College student will take on the role of Project Manager for a sport development project in Zambia this summer.
Setting, Dublin 1986 its all about the hardest working, finest soul band in Dublin, The Commitments.
WORCESTERSHIRE property agents John Truslove has reported another record year with sales and lettings up to 30 per cent on 2015.
WORCESTER city councillors have voted through £10.5 million budget plans – despite opposition from the Conservative group who wanted to freeze council tax.
HUNDREDS of children from across Droitwich visited Westacre Middle School to take part in a range of Virtual Reality expeditions.
A GROUP of talented school pupils put on an evening of entertainment for friends and family at Nunnery Wood High School.
Phillips had spells at Darlington Mowden Park and in the Yorkshire Carnegie Academy before moving to the Channel Island and has also represented England Counties.
A JOURNALISM course at the University of Worcester has been ranked as the 14th best in the country based on student satisfaction ratings.
STORM Doris is set to hit Worcestershire tomorrow, with fears of disruption leading the Met Office to upgrade its weather warning.
STUDENTS from a Malvern dance academy will be representing England in America.
THIEVES stole two mopeds from a city centre car park – only to dump one in the canal a short walk away.
THE COST of playing at Sixways “may be too high” for cash-strapped Worcester City, admits chairman Anthony Hampson.
A WORCESTER school has been chosen to promote the popular This Girl Can campaign.
BARNARDS Green and Cutnall Green secured victories in Worcestershire Cricket Board Indoor League Worcester Division One.
A CATTERY owner wants a woman to collect her cats after she 'dumped' them at her home.
WHEN Melanie Eastwood was a young girl growing up during the 1980s in Ronkswood, Worcester, she and her family were regular visitors to an array of local working men’s and social clubs in the area.
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HUNDREDS of unusual plants from all over the world will go on show this weekend.
A SPECIAL concert to mark the 100th anniversary of a Worcestershire school is planned in Worcester Cathedral next month.
A PERSHORE High School student will row the distance from Portsmouth to Normandy to raise money for D-day veterans.
PERSHORE College is attempting to lead the way in agriculture technology, after a significant investment of thousands of pounds from Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
SLIMMING group members have donated food and toiletry items to charity.
HISTORIC doors that were smashed down by thieves have been replaced at a cinema.
WEST Worcestershire's MP has offered her support to a campaign to offer emergency safe places for vulnerable people in Pershore.
A MAJOR new rail initiative to link the Evesham and north Cotswold areas direct by rail to Birmingham has been launched.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore has undergone shoulder surgery after suffering the injury while playing grade cricket abroad this winter.
Director of cricket Steve Rhodes, spin bowling coach Norman Gifford and vice-chairman Tim Curtis were all present.
CHILDREN from Pinvin schools have enjoyed a pottery workshop.
GLOOMY weather on Tuesday did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of participants in Malvern Rotary Club's pancake race, now in its tenth year.
CHILDREN from an Eckington school found out how pantomime works during a theatre trip.
THE ever-changing beauty of the Malvern Hills, as interpreted by photographer Jan Sedlacek, is on show at Malvern Theatres this spring.
YEAR 11 pupils are being unfairly used as guinea pigs for this summer's changes to GCSEs, says a Worcester headteacher.
SEVEN budding young gardeners studying horticulture at Pershore College are bidding to show their green-fingered talent at the national exhibition in London next month.
NATHAN Vaughan wrote himself into Worcester City folklore with his penalty save in the 2-1 win at Coventry City in 2014 and outstanding displays against Scunthorpe United and Sheffield United in the FA Cup.
A CITY law firm is in the running for prestigious Birmingham Law Society award.
A FORMER Mayor of Worcester has issued an impassioned plea for the Northern Relief Link Road to happen - saying congestion will 'never' be resolved without it.