Birds and trees are two of the main features of this walk. The birds include a variety of species, from blackbirds to buzzards, but it is wetland birds which are most numerous, thanks to the proximity of the River Severn and the proliferation of pools…
JANE Hunter is New Zealand's first woman of wine.
THE musical That'll Be The Day is set to have audiences at the Roses Theatre dancing in the aisles.
AN enormous green monster will be on the rampage in Dymock Parish hall next week.
Malvern Cinema: The Merchant of Venice (PG). Evenings 7.30pm, Sat, Sun & Thurs mats 4pm.
Until Jan 22: Kays Theatre Group presents Robinson Crusoe at The Swan Theatre, Worcester. Tickets: 01905 420083.
Jan 22: Forces Sweethearts, Huntingdon Hall, Worcester. Box office: 01905 611427.
Jan 21: Backdoor Blues Corporation, Marr's Bar, Worcester; Jacqui Dankworth, Huntingdon Hall, Worcester; Come Together, Drummonds Bar, New Street, Worcester; The Shakedown, Actress & Bishop, Birmingham; Rockin' On Heaven's Door, Everyman Theatre,…
The Barber's Baroque masterpiece, The Marriage Feast at Cana, by Bartolom Esteban Murillo has just gone back on the walls of the main gallery following a nine-month leave of absence, during which time it has enjoyed a major facelift. The Barber…
Jan 21: Karaoke Night at Westside, with your host Dave. All welcome, free admission. For further details telephone 01905 429300. Westside, Hylton Road, Worcester (Find us at the back of the Evening News building, turn left and drive down to the bottom).…
The Jerry Springer - The Opera argument has got everyone fired up.
ALEX Weatherill is pinching himself. For as long as he can remember, the 27-year-old actor has dreamed of landing a role in a West End production.
A DJ is asking a Malvern venue to help out for a marathon fundraising event.
The centenary of Edward Elgar's appointment at the University of Birmingham will be marked with a range of events.
FRIENDS and supporters of the English Symphony Orchestra are being invited to a concert to celebrate the new year.
Malvern Theatre Players' production of The Snow Queen is a specially adapted stage version of a classic fairy tale.
A first night audience thoroughly enjoyed being reminded of many well-known tunes in this production, directed by Denise Churchett with music direction by David Whitehouse.
A textile designer whose work is her passion has just won a professional photography shoot to publicise her latest creations.
JUGGLING his time between writing, teaching and performing, accomplished musician Rick Payne has made a huge impact on the blues scene with his talents.
THE world of music is an odd one, which often throws up a few surprises here and there.
KIDDERMINSTER Harriers boss Jan Molby believes central defen-der Craig Hinton's best position is in midfield.
TONY Bird has emerged as the latest transfer target for Nationwide League new boys Kidderminster Harriers.
Evesham Utd Ladies 3,
TIM Langford admitted he was "pig sick" after the Stourport Swifts player-manager's injury woes struck again.
WORCESTER Rugby Club have poured cold water on stories that All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu is set to sign a Sixways contract.
WORCESTERSHIRE are to offer a new one-year contract to veteran wicketkeeper Steve Rhodes who will celebrate his 40th birthday mid-way through next season.
READERS were told work on the M42 would begin within the coming year. Plans were discussed at a joint meeting of Bromsgrove District Council and Hereford and Worcester County Council. Community leaders also said the new motorway would hopefully be…
JOHN Brain is hopeful that Tim Walsh will stay at Worcester Rugby Club un-til the end of the season.
WORCESTER City's title hopes lie in tatters today after the weekend's 2-1 defeat at Stafford Rangers.
LONDON Welsh coach Adrian Davies has insisted there is no fear factor as Worcester Rugby Club travel to Old Deer Park tomorrow.
JAN Molby's top strike target Iyseden Christie today penned a two-year contract with Kidderminster Harriers in a busy build-up to the League Two campaign.
WORCESTER coach John Brain hailed his side's performance in the 50-3 demolition of Moseley as 'the best of the season'.
Saturday, September 16, 2000
WORCESTER City boss John Barton has warned his players of the dangers surrounding tomorrow's trip to bottom club Fisher Athletic (3pm).
TOMORROW marks the tenth anniversary of the most famous day in the history of Bromsgrove Rovers.
SPORTS EDITOR'S MAILBAG
ADIE Smith believes his debut season in the Football League has been a steep learning curve -- and one that will benefit him in the future.
LEFT-ARM paceman Alamgir Sheriyar is well on course for his most productive wicket-taking season for Worcestershire -- but he's not taking anything for granted.
AMBITIOUS Jan Molby would love to reach the top rung of the managerial ladder.
Evesham Utd 2, Redditch Utd 0
TROUBLED Stourport Swifts boss Tim Langford is trying to pick up the pieces after two Bank Holiday defeats and the loss of his captain.
WORCESTER lock Dave Sims and scrum-half Bruce Fenley have accepted invitations to play for the Barbarians against a Combined Services XV.
WORCESTERSHIRE paceman Matt Mason has rejected an offer to be part of Ireland's 2007 World Cup squad.
BROMSGROVE Musical Club was tuning up for its annual concert at the Drill Hall.
WERNER Swanepoel is an early doubt for Worcester Rugby Club's clash at Birmingham & Solihull.
PROMISING defender Dan Jones has pledged his immediate future to Worcester City by signing a contract extension.
SCOTT Barrow is hoping to bring some of St Hel-ens' success to Worcester this season after his move from Merseyside.
MANY of us will have or will be planning to take a trip to the seaside this summer to relax and enjoy the natural facilities found at the beach.
WORCESTER Rugby Club have been handed a mouth-watering RFU Senior Cup fifth round clash with Rotherham at Sixways.