A MONTHLY dance dreamed up by five 16-year-olds which has been credited with keeping young people out of trouble kicks off its 2005 season tonight.
ON Monday night I turned up at the Elgar Suite of The Abbey Hotel to witness what can only be described as a chaotic shambles.
IT was interesting to read the comments made by David Maciejewski, the spokesman for the First bus company, at the meeting held in Malvern on Tuesday, January 19, (Malvern Gazette & Ledbury Reporter, January 21).
I JUST had to write and say how very much my seven-and-a-half-year-old grandson loved The Owl and the Pussycat last Saturday at the Ledbury Market Theatre.
A FIASCO and a public relations disaster - that's the verdict on Monday night's aborted meeting on Malvern's new hospital.
WYCHAVON District Council have set the stumbling Malvern Hills District Council an excellent example of what real leadership can produce - threats and petulance do not lead to solutions, especially where greater bodies such as the Strategic Health…
Malvern Town Council warned South Worcestershire Primary Care Trust to expect a large turn-out at Monday's public meeting.
RE: 'Lost paradise could be regained' (Your Letters, January 21) about the so-called 'grot spot' car park next to the Splash, which misrepresents the intended use of the site.
A POIGNANT collection of photographs, personal belongings and documents have gone on display at The Chase high school to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
A PATIENT representative has demanded answers to problems with the out-of-hours doctors' service for Colwall and Ledbury.
AN otherwise accurate and informative report on page 3 of last week's Ledbury Reporter may have left readers with the wrong impression about RE teaching at the school.
A MALVERN Link pub could soon boast a new skittles alley.
TICKETS will go on sale shortly for an event to raise funds for Upton Blues Festival.
INTERNATIONAL cuisine will be on the menu at Bushley Village Hall on Tuesday February 8.
AN Upton playscheme is celebrating this week after receiving an excellent Ofsted report.
LEDBURY Amateur Dramatic Society was modest about its latest pantomime, The Owl and the Pussycat, billing it merely as "a musical play".
THE chairman of Droitwich's Forum for Older People is jetting off to Germany next month to represent the West Midlands at a European conference.
ANYONE intrigued about what happens backstage in a theatre should go and see The Dresser.
THE twisted limbs of trees in the abandoned death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau and storm clouds over the entrance gate are among the arresting images captured on film by Peter Holzapfel.
A SPRIGHTLY old lady of 102 has celebrated her birthday surrounded by friends and family.
WATER lot we've got... Worcester South Rotary Club's Dragon Boat Festival really pulled in the pounds.
THE only 100 per cent record in The Soccer Site Malvern Football League was swept away on Sunday when home side Keyz 04 defeated division two leaders Perowne Park Rangers.
POWICK confirmed their place in the semi-final of the Phipps Cup with a good victory in bitterly cold and snowy conditions.
WEST Malvern travelled to Fernhill Heath Spurs in the Phipps Cup on Saturday and scored four goals for the first time this season.
A LEADING conservation charity is to quit its Upton headquarters to become part of a new a national body.
PARENTS and teachers at Hanley Swan Primary School raised more than £1,000 at a sponsored indoor rowing event at Malvern Splash on Saturday.
I MUST take issue with the comment of Sergeant Robert Werner de Sondberg who stated (Malvern Gazette, January 21) that a degree of flexibility is required when considering punishment for cyclists who ride on pavements.
A MALVERN man is looking for a venue for a cultural evening to raise money for an Indian orphanage run by his father.
Money set aside to improve Bromyard cemetery is being drained away by repeated thefts.
A YOUNG Malvern chess player who has only just started playing in competitions has already shown star potential.
A FUTURE replacement for the toposcope could be made from plastic instead of bronze.
Customers at Malvern Link Post Office have said goodbye to a couple who ran the business for more than 30 years.
PRIVATE ambulance staff are being employed after NHS ambulances failed to reach targets for emergency response times.
LEGENDARY opera singer Jenny Lind, who is buried in Malvern, has inspired a new opera being written by rock musician Elvis Costello.
Waitrose in Malvern is making another attempt to get its delivery hours extended.
The Malvern Spa Association is keen to start work on an important restoration project involving the town's water features.
MALVERN Town Council should be commended for its campaign to get the public involved in the decision-making over plans for a new hospital.
A FAMILY business is moving out of Malvern town centre - at least for the time being.
A GROUP of Alfrick residents, unhappy at proposed housing developments in the village, have come up with a scheme of their own.
A COMPETITION celebrating the best of business and industry in the Malvern Hills area is being launched next week.
This is an open letter to the relevant authorities responsible for the safety of our children arriving and leaving school.
WELLAND needed to bounce back following their shock defeat the previous week where an excellent keeper stood between them and at least a share of the spoils.
ROADS with bumpy edges, pot holes and dropped drain covers make road cycling uncomfortable and dangerous.
A little boy who suffers from autism has discovered a new lease of life after taking up motocross racing.
AS a fan of music and the arts and having a professional interest in regeneration strategies, it is with sadness that I hear of the closure of the Great Malvern Club.
The Great Malvern Club, in Church Street, shut its doors for the final time on New Year's Eve.
LIDL has reaffirmed its commitment to building a super-market at the former eurohaus garage in Malvern Link, despite advertising it for let.
I was dismayed to read that Malcolm Murray, the referee featured in your page 3 article last week, has been charged with bringing the game of football into disrepute.
A MALVERN family has been left seething with anger after their daughter's grave was driven over.
With reference to last week's letter from S Charlton, my husband and I have lived in Callow End for many years and believe Tom Wells is an extremely hard working district and county councillor for the area. He not only believes in trying to get results…