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  • WELLINGTON HEATH Correspondent: Mrs P Jacobs Tel: 01531 634941

    FOLLOWING the recent successful "taster read more

  • 3/5/02 - Bransford -- fairway to go

    BRANSFORD Golf Club lost their opening two scratch league matches 3-2 at home to the Worcestershire GC and 4-1 away at Evesham's Vale GC. read more

  • 3/5/02 - Stevens swings into role

    BOUGHTON Park Golf Club's new captain Roy Stevens started his reign with the traditional captain's drive in and member Stuart Band collected the ball to win a bottle of whisky. read more

  • Pied Piper to play city date

    THE XS 2002 concert with Blue headlining on Sunday, June 2, is being billed as one of the biggest musical events to hit Worcester, but what people may not realise is that Bamboo nightclub could give the event a run for its money. read more

  • Bringing sound to the silent movies

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  • 3/5/02 - Richard Neale cleans up all 10 wickets

    MALVERN Cricket Club 2nds (formerly Malvern Ramblers) opened their WCL Division Two campaign with an impressive win over Oldswinford and a record-breaking performance from bowler Richard Neale. read more

  • 3/5/02 - World cup hero is main speaker

    ALAN Ball, one of England's 1966 World Cup winning heroes, is the guest speaker at a dinner to mark the start of the 2002 World Cup. read more

  • The Occasions Quartet Review: English Symphony Orchestra Friends, Anstruther Theatre

    The Occasions Quartet: Janet Masters and Susan Burnard (violins), Malcolm Henderson (viola) and Corinne Frost (cello), all long serving members of the ESO, were in fine form for this concert, as part of the celebrations of the orchestra's 21st Anniversary. read more

  • Mixed Doubles Review: Conquest Theatre, Bromyard

    THE diversity of relationships between married men and women was well demonstrated during Conquest Theatre's latest production. read more

  • Dr Roy Massey Review: St Peter's, Bushley

    The organ at St Peter's Church has been refurbished recently by Nicholson (also responsible for rebuilding it 1902-1905). read more

  • Roger McGough Review: Swan Theatre

    ROGER McGough entranced a sell-out crowd at the Swan Theatre, Worcester on Sunday night with a mixture of charm, wit and profound observation. read more

  • Summer launch for town market

    AN open market is returning to Upton this summer for the first time in more than 20 years. read more

  • 3/5/02 - Bichel makes breakthrough

    AUSTRALIAN pace ace Andy Bichel struck a vital early blow for Worcestershire in today's Benson and Hedges Cup clash with Warwickshire at Edgbaston. read more

  • May Day festival puts sunshine into showers

    THIS year's theme of wind and water was beautifully upheld by the weather at Malvern's May Day festival in Priory Park. read more

  • West Malvern CORRESPONDENT: Colin Jackson Tel: 01684 577604

    Congratulations to the team from West Malvern's lively Garden & Nature Club who won first prize in last weekend's well dressing competition organised by the Spa Association. read more

  • 3/5/02 - World Cup comes to Malvern

    THIS Sunday (May 5) the Malvern RFC Youth Development Section is hosting a seven-a-side tag-rugby tournament based upon the Rugby World Cup competition at its Spring Lane HQ in Malvern Link. read more

  • Best in turning goes on show

    DISTINGUISHED woodturners Liam Flynn, Ernst Gamperl and Jules Tattersall are exhibiting at the Roger Oates Design Studio in Eastnor this month. read more

  • Town's welcome is at heart of success

    TRADITIONAL festivities will set Upton-upon-Severn buzzing for the 13th year in succession this weekend when the annual folk festival gets under way. read more

  • Welcome donation

    MALVERN'S Festival Theatre has a new lighting desk thanks to fundraising efforts by supporters. read more

  • Familiar face at fundraising day

    JOHNNY Briggs, the actor who plays Coronation Street's Mike Baldwin, will be in Worcestershire later this month for a Malvern Theatres fundraising golf day. read more

  • Pair mount colourful show

    SILK and Seasons is the title of a new exhibition showing at the Malvern Hills Gallery until May 30. read more

  • Exhibition reveals Elgar's royal links

    A SPECIAL Jubilee exhibition has been mounted at the Elgar Birthplace Museum in Lower Broadheath. read more

  • Jubilee celebration at beautiful Birtsmorton

    A CHANCE to savour an English country garden in full bloom before sitting down for an evening of stirring music is being organised as a tribute to the Queen's Golden Jubilee. read more

  • Short trip

    ROBIN Lee, organist at St Matthias, Malvern Link, will be paying a visit up the road to the Church of the Ascension, on Saturday, May 11, for an organ recital, starting at 11am. Admission is £2, and there will be coffee from 10.30am for 50p. read more

  • Arts in brief

    MALVERN Antiques and Collectors' Fair returns to the Three Counties Showground on Sunday (May 5) between 10am and 5pm. Admission is £2.50, which includes a copy of The Antique Dealer newspaper. Details at read more

  • New chairs delivered

    new chairs costing £14,000 were delivered to Upton Parish Church this week. read more

  • Baker's buy aids charities

    UPTON baker Aubrey Russell was not the only one pleased by his acquisition of a new mixing machine on Monday. read more

  • More of the same

    The Malvern May Day Festival and parade in Priory Park last Saturday was an excellent family event. Congratulations to all those who worked hard to make it happen. It was great to see so many people braving the weather and having fun. I would really like to see the park used for more events such as this and I am sure it would be a very positive way to revitalise the centre of Great Malvern. read more

  • Burning issue

    I AM writing to you re the continuing problem caused by bonfires in this area particularly. read more

  • It's already here

    I read your article about regional government (Ledbury Reporter, April 19) with a great deal of sadness. read more

  • Support needed

    A PROPOSAL was announced (Malvern Gazette, April 4) that disabled car parking spaces should be introduced on Belle Vue Terrace. read more

  • Good target

    RE M McKnight (Your Letters, April 19), you say that we should support the elected members of Malvern Town Council. read more

  • Cost has tripled

    AS I recall, the cost of a residents parking disc was £4 for two years. It is now £6 for one year, so the cost has tripled. read more

  • Postie puts stop to church blaze

    A POSTMAN on his rounds in Welland has been credited with saving the village church from severe fire damage. read more

  • It's appreciated

    ON behalf of all of us who collected for Compassion in World Farming in Malvern town centre on April 13, I would like to thank all the people of Malvern for their generosity (we collected £240.24p) and for their interest and support. read more

  • School taps into research over drinking water

    A MALVERN school is encouraging parents to provide water for their children to help improve their concentration and behaviour during lessons. read more

  • 'No deal cut on theatres'

    PARTIES involved in negotiations over the future of Malvern Theatres have promised a public consultation if a decision is made to move forward with the idea of a commercial takeover. read more

  • Training pays off

    I REFER to the recent fire on North Hill, overlooking Great Malvern, North Malvern and Malvern Link (Malvern Gazette, April 26). read more

  • A sorry story

    THE District Auditor's report into the retirement of the Malvern Town Council's former town clerk, Stuart McDonough, is a sad and sorry story. read more

  • Paramedic is guest

    VITAL medical and rescue services were the subject of a presentation given by Hereford and Worcester paramedic Andy Kibble to Upton Rotary Club on Thursday (April 25). The club meets every Thursday at the King's Head. Anyone wanting to give a talk should contact Mr Dawson on 012684 593028. read more

  • Fun run set to raise £500

    AROUND £500 is expected to be raised for Sue Ryder Cancer Care from the fourth annual Upton Fun Run. read more

  • Stalls in Church Rooms

    A FLEA market takes place tomorrow (Saturday) as part of Upton's folk festival celebrations. It will be held in the Church Rooms, from 10am to 4pm. For more information, contact 01684 593743. read more

  • Make date with fete

    A SPRING garden fete is being held at St Joseph's RC Church, Upton, on Bank Holiday Monday (May 6). Stalls will include tombola, cakes, groceries, books, bric-a-brac, raffle, plants and cream teas. The event takes place at the church on School Lane at 2pm. read more

  • Rogation Day service

    PRAYERS for bumper crops and healthy livestock will be offered up at a Rogation Day service at Little Merebrook Farm, in Hanley Swan, on Sunday (May 5). Rev Frances Wookey will lead the congregation in prayers and thanksgiving from 10.30am. Everyone is welcome. read more

  • Air Ambulance talk

    A SPEAKER from the County Air Ambulance will entertain the Upton branch of the Royal British Legion on Wednesday (May 8). New members and visitors are welcome. The presentation starts at 7.30pm at Upton Social Club on Old Street. read more

  • Soccer mascots' mismatch

    AN Evesham youngster's birthday dreams of being a football mascot were shattered when the promised treat turned sour. read more

  • Boot sale on sports field

    A CAR boot sale is being held on Sunday, May 12, on Upton Sports Field. It starts at noon and profits will go to the town's water festival. read more

  • Write now to save Cottage Hospital

    IN light of recent reports of 'bed blocking' problems in Hereford-shire, your report about the future of the 'old' Ledbury Cottage Hospital buildings (Ledbury Reporter, April 19) in the Homend is timely indeed. read more

  • Hospice benefits

    AN evening of antiques at Hanley Swan Village Hall on Friday, April 19, raised £365 for the St Michael's Hospice at Bartestree. Local expert and TV personality Philip Serrell gave an interesting and amusing talk and valued items brought along by the audience. Dorothy Auld, for the organisers, said the event was a great success. read more

  • In a world of its own

    Does Malvern Town Council live in the real world? read more

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