Volunteers wanted for memories day at Mary Stevens Park

Worcester News:

2:00pm Friday 24th October 2014

A MEMORIES day will take place at Mary Stevens Park to give people the chance to reflect on time spent there in years gone by.

Man critically injured after car crash with petrol tanker

Worcester News:

9:01am Friday 24th October 2014

A MAN was critically injured in a crash between his car and an empty petrol tanker yesterday evening.

Hospitals in limbo over review delay: public must wait until after General Election to have a say

Worcester News:

12:59pm Friday 24th October 2014

A REVIEW into the future of vital hospital services in Worcestershire is set to rumble on well into next year, it has been announced.

Brierley Hill tots help those in need

Worcester News:

1:00pm Friday 24th October 2014

A BRIERLEY Hill playgroup have helped support people in need as part of their harvest celebrations.

Brierley Hill fundraiser aims to give disabled youngsters a day to remember

Worcester News:

12:00pm Friday 24th October 2014

TWO Dudley men are hosting an evening of entertainment to raise money for local disabled children.

Missing teen found safe and well

Worcester News:

9:47am Friday 24th October 2014

POLICE hunting for a missing 14-year-old Black Country boy say he has been found safe and well.

Missing Rowley Regis teen found safe and well

Worcester News:

9:43am Friday 24th October 2014

POLICE hunting for a missing 14-year-old Rowley Regis boy say he has been found safe and well.

Three arrested for attempted theft in Stourbridge

Worcester News: webpix police generic

10:06am Friday 24th October 2014

THREE people have been arrested for attempted theft in Stourbridge this morning (Friday).

Night of choral singing in Stourbridge

Worcester News:

8:00am Friday 24th October 2014

POPULAR Kidderminster Male Choir will be performing at the next Local & Live concert in Stourbridge this weekend.

Cash machine workers assaulted during robbery outside Morrisons

Worcester News:

11:41am Friday 24th October 2014

TWO men were assaulted outside Morrisons in Ross this morning as they delivered cash to the supermarket's cash machine.

Man suffers face and back injuries in unprovoked attack

Worcester News:

11:04am Friday 24th October 2014

A 55-YEAR-old man suffered face and back injuries as he was assaulted in an unprovoked attack in Leominster.

Bonfire guys earn pupils a treat

Worcester News: 4314735601 Paul Jackson 21.10.14 Broadway - Pupils at Broadway First School have made Guys for bonfire night. (11772075)

2:31pm Friday 24th October 2014

PUPILS at Broadway First School stepped up to the plate when asked to create four guys for Farncombe Estate's bonfire on November 5.

Herefordshire Council says new house totals for Ledbury are "appropriate".

Worcester News: 2514626901. 17/06/14. Mayor of Ledbury, Councillor Bob Barnes at Ledbury Cricket Club. A planning application for 100 new homes on the site has been submitted. Picture by Nick Toogood. (7258086)

1:58pm Friday 24th October 2014

HEREFORDSHIRE Council says it is fighting its corner at a planning inspection to make sure the county doesn't end up with more houses than are proposed under its own planning blueprint.

Concert to be held to mark 50 years of St Andrew's Church

Worcester News: Bromsgrove musician Charlotte Moseley will perform during a celebratory concert held at St John's Church. SP

1:50pm Friday 24th October 2014

TO celebrate the opening of St Andrew’s Church half a century ago a special anniversary concert will be held at St John’s Church in Bromsgrove.

School wins Redditch One World Town competition

Worcester News: Winner Connor Vaughn 10, headteacher Tim Jones, Mayor Pat Witherspoon, and runner up Emma Brough, nine. Buy this photo RMM441402 from redditchadvertiser.co.uk/pictures

1:50pm Friday 24th October 2014

A SCHOOL is celebrating after winning a poster competition to celebrate the cultural diversity of Redditch.

Worcester Busters team members swap river Severn for warmer waters

Worcester News: Sue Handy and Annie Phillips, part of the Worcester Busters.

1:40pm Friday 24th October 2014

THREE women will be swapping the waters of Worcestershire for the warmer climates of Florida to take part in the International Breast Cancer Paddlers' Commission Dragon Boat Festival this weekend.

Anger after vandals target Worcester High Street trees

Worcester News: 4114726103 Paul Jackson 10.10.14 Worcester - A busy Worcester High Street, The city's High Street is doing well bucking national and regional trends. (11348077)

1:36pm Friday 24th October 2014

VANDALS have targeted Worcester's beautiful High Street trees - mindlessly ripping lumps from them.

Droitwich band wins contest to celebrate Bob Marley

Worcester News: Droitwich band Naestah performs. SP

1:18pm Friday 24th October 2014

A REGGAE band from Droitwich were given the chance recently to perform at an event organised by the family of legendary reggae artist Bob Marley, and ice-cream manufacturer Ben and Jerry’s.

British Empire Medals presented to two kind hearted Worcestershire women

Worcester News: 4214732801 Paul Jackson 17.10.14 Worcester - British Empire Medal awarding at The Guildhall. From left - Elaine Daykin BEM Lord Lieutenant Lt Col Patrick Holcroft LVO, OBE and Julie Cowley BEM. (11626382)

1:10pm Friday 24th October 2014

TWO kind hearted Worcestershire women were presented with the British Empire Medal to celebrate their hard work in their local communities.

Worcestershire people receive Bishop's Certificate Course

Worcester News: CONGRATULATIONS: Those who completed the course stand proudly with their certificates

12:47pm Friday 24th October 2014

PEOPLE across the county were awarded a rather special certificate, after completing a course to help them relate their Christian faith to everyday life.

Public consultation on 250 home Ross development

12:45pm Friday 24th October 2014

ROSS residents can have their say on a planning application for about 250 homes in Hildersley.

Creative residents make their mark on Malvern Cube with mosaics

Worcester News: 4314735201. 21/10/14. Left to right - mosaic artist Victoria Harrison with Ted Watkins, Rachel Barrett, Jeffery Ayling and Abigail Revill with the mosaics they have created at Malvern Cub. Picture by Nick Toogood. (11767462)

12:45pm Friday 24th October 2014

FAMILIAR images of Malvern's heritage appear in the town's latest public artworks - a set of four colourful mosaics at the Malvern Cube community centre.

Meet your councillor

Worcester News: (9472932)

12:38pm Friday 24th October 2014

RESIDENTS all across the district of Wychavon will have the chance to meet their councillors in the coming weeks.

Meet your councillor

Worcester News: (9472932)

12:36pm Friday 24th October 2014

RESIDENTS all across the district of Wychavon will have the chance to meet their councillors in the coming weeks.

Members of Malvern camera club take on BBC's finest quiz team

Worcester News: CHALLENGING THE BEST: Team Pixel Peppers with the Eggheads

12:32pm Friday 24th October 2014

MEMBERS of a Malvern camera club focused on maybe their toughest challenge yet, when they took on the notorious Eggheads.

Members of Malvern camera club take on BBC's finest quiz team

Worcester News: CHALLENGING THE BEST: Team Pixel Peppers with the Eggheads

12:30pm Friday 24th October 2014

MEMBERS of a Malvern camera club focused on maybe their toughest challenge yet, when they took on the notorious Eggheads.

Have you got blood in your pee? Know the signs of liver and kidney cancer

Worcester News: Recruitment opens for NHS apprenticeships

12:12pm Friday 24th October 2014

A ROADSHOW aims to highlight the symptoms of bladder and kidney cancer which can include blood in pee.

Ludlow fashion show raises more than £1,000

Worcester News: About to hit the catwalk are (back) Monika Curry, Shaun Ward and Paul Harris and (front) Rai Fisher,  Abbey Hamilton, and Joan Anley.

12:03pm Friday 24th October 2014

A FASHION show hosted by an iconic Ludlow retailer at St Laurence's Church raised more than a thousand pounds for two good causes.

District-wide review of street trading

12:01pm Friday 24th October 2014

A REVIEW on the way street trading is controlled towns in the Wychavon district is to take place almost a quarter of a century since it was last looked at.

Waiting times for A&E can now be viewed online

Worcester News: (7711899)

12:00pm Friday 24th October 2014

WAITING times for Redditch's accident and emergency department can now be viewed online.

Urban art meets rural treasure

Worcester News: 4314737401 Paul Jackson 23.10.14 High Green - Urban art at Croome Park. Artwork is painted on scaffold wrap during restoration work at the property. From left - 'My Dog Sighs', Sarah Gasby aka Miss Wah, Tom Bennett, creative director National Trus

11:58am Friday 24th October 2014

A BRAND new approach to blending classic architecture with modern art on a monumental scale has been unveiled at a National Trust mansion in the Vale.

"I'll burn off your tattoo!" - Droitwich man's 'vile' threats to ex in text rant

11:47am Friday 24th October 2014

A DROITWICH man sent 'vile' texts to his ex including threatening to 'burn off' her tattoo after the break-up of their relationship.

A poignant insight into Worcestershire's War

Worcester News: Recently enlisted men in Worcestershire. Photograph courtesy of Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service. SP

11:45am Friday 24th October 2014

AS the world marks the centenary of the start of the First World War, a new book gives a fascinating and poignant insight into how it affected the people of Worcestershire.

A poignant insight into Worcestershire's War

Worcester News: Recently enlisted men in Worcestershire. Photograph courtesy of Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service. SP

11:42am Friday 24th October 2014

AS the world marks the centenary of the start of the First World War, a new book gives a fascinating and poignant insight into how it affected the people of Worcestershire.

A poignant insight into Worcestershire's War

Worcester News: Recently enlisted men in Worcestershire. Photograph courtesy of Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service. SP

11:42am Friday 24th October 2014

AS the world marks the centenary of the start of the First World War, a new book gives a fascinating and poignant insight into how it affected the people of Worcestershire.

Student homes crackdown 'confusion' in Worcester

Worcester News: Budget had a positive note for the housing market

11:40am Friday 24th October 2014

A POLICY aimed at cracking down on student homes in Worcester is today mired in confusion - after council staff appeared to try and water it down.

Ambulance service welcomes NHS five-year plan

11:31am Friday 24th October 2014

WEST Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) has welcomed the new NHS England five-year plan, stating it highlights the vital role ambulance services can play in the future of the NHS.

Ambulance service welcomes NHS five-year plan

11:31am Friday 24th October 2014

WEST Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) has welcomed the new NHS England five-year plan, stating it highlights the vital role ambulance services can play in the future of the NHS.

Ambulance service welcomes NHS five-year plan

11:29am Friday 24th October 2014

WEST Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) has welcomed the new NHS England five-year plan, stating it highlights the vital role ambulance services can play in the future of the NHS.

Ambulance service welcomes NHS five-year plan

11:29am Friday 24th October 2014

WEST Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) has welcomed the new NHS England five-year plan, stating it highlights the vital role ambulance services can play in the future of the NHS.

Evesham to welcome Trafalgar Festival

Worcester News:

11:26am Friday 24th October 2014

HUNDREDS of Cadets will march through the streets of Evesham this Sunday (Oct 26) as a major Royal Navy celebration takes place. 

Worcester City Council's HQ move to museum site backed

Worcester News:

11:06am Friday 24th October 2014

WORCESTER City Council's big HQ relocation has finally been given the go-ahead - sparking a revamp of the art gallery and museum building.

Fundraisers paddle, plod and pedal their way to £12k donation

Worcester News: DID WELL: In It To Win It

10:54am Friday 24th October 2014

INTREPID teams of fundraisers collected more than £12,000 for St Richard’s Hospice by completing the paddle, plod and pedal challenge.

Fundraisers paddle, plod and pedal their way to £12k donation

Worcester News: DID WELL: In It To Win It

10:54am Friday 24th October 2014

INTREPID teams of fundraisers collected more than £12,000 for St Richard’s Hospice by completing the paddle, plod and pedal challenge.

Fundraisers paddle, plod and pedal their way to £12k donation

Worcester News: DID WELL: In It To Win It

10:54am Friday 24th October 2014

INTREPID teams of fundraisers collected more than £12,000 for St Richard’s Hospice by completing the paddle, plod and pedal challenge.

Fundraisers paddle, plod and pedal their way to £12k donation

Worcester News: DID WELL: In It To Win It

10:52am Friday 24th October 2014

INTREPID teams of fundraisers collected more than £12,000 for St Richard’s Hospice by completing the paddle, plod and pedal challenge.

Fire service given £4 million to move HQ, merge fire stations

Worcester News: Fire service given £4 million to move HQ and merge fire stations

10:40am Friday 24th October 2014

HEREFORD and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service has been given more than £4 million from the government to move its headquarters and merge three fire stations.

Surge in foodbank demand 'a disgrace' amid 150% rise

Worcester News: Ed Miliband says government decisions force people to foodbanks

10:39am Friday 24th October 2014

THE use of foodbanks has rocketed by 150 per cent across Worcestershire in just one year - with the number of people receiving help breaking through the 10,000 barrier for the first time.

Support Your Christmas Lights...

Worcester News: CHRISTMAS IN LEDBURY - the lights go on, and the town celebrates/

10:06am Friday 24th October 2014

LEDBURY people are being asked to dig deep and support the Christmas Lights, through a new collection box initiative.

A Rise in Wedding Fees is "Discriminatory"?

9:52am Friday 24th October 2014

GETTING married by a registrar in Hereford will be far cheaper than having the same service in Ledbury, from now on.



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