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NOSTALGIA: St Joseph's School making good progress, 1996

TODAY'S old picture from the archives of the Worcester News dates back to December 1996, when the paper reported on an Ofsted inspection at St Joseph's RC Primary School in Malvern, which was deemed to have been "making good progress". Pictured are Year Three pupils enjoying one of their library sessions.

NOSTALGIA: Historic figure is on show at Malvern studio, 1991

TODAY'S old picture from the archives of the Malvern Gazette dates back to May 1991, when the paper paid a visit to Malvern Studio in Cowleigh Road, Malvern. Jeff Hall, son of studio founder Les Hall, is pictured with a wooden figure that used to stand outside the famous London clockmakers Frodshams.

NOSTALGIA: Calls for security patrols after park vandalism

THIS is the sad sight that greeted visitors to Cripplegate Park one morning in May 1996, after vandals went on the rampage which saw wooden benches thrown into flower beds and flowers uprooted. The incident, coming on top of another spate of damage just weeks previously, lead to calls from leading councillor Derek Prodger for security guards to he brought in to patrol the park.

NOSTALGIA: Golf club raises money for St Richard's Hospice

TODAY'S picture from the files of the Worcester News dates back to October 1994, when the Worcester Golf and Country Club at Boughton Park raised £400 for St Richard's Hospice with a ladies golf event. Peter Davies, the hospice's appeals and publicity manager, is pictured receiving the cheque from the club's lady captain Margaret Leggott.