ON this lovely Worcester Festival Tuesday why not take a Pilgrimage to Worcester Cathedral from one of the locations listed on www.britishpilgrimage.org

These stunning trails are perfect for walking or cycling and seeing some of the beautiful sites of historical and religious importance in the county. Pack a picnic and spend the day exploring!

If you fancy just having a day in the house instead today, then you can still take part in The Worcester Festival. There are several special videos for you to enjoy! You can listen to the Tales of Percy the Peacock and how he came to be the Worcester Festival mascot.

You can watch Merlo Merlo perform his magic show from last years virtual Festival. You could even learn how to paint a masterpiece with local artistic superstar, David Birtwhistle.

The brilliant Focal Pointe Dance School also have their unique take on a classic tale with Alice in Zoomland!

Inspired by the pandemic and spending lots of time in Zoom classes this magical retelling is perfect for the whole family and is raising money for Child Brain Injury Trust.




There are also several competitions running throughout the Festival giving you the opportunity to win your own cuddly toy Percy, Prosecco, sweeties, and a cash prize!

To take part and for more information pop on to the Worcester Festival website or pick up an event guide.

If you fancy yourself as a poet, then don’t miss the Poetry open Mic Zoom happening tomorrow.

Hosted by local poet Dr. Charley Barnes it is sure to be a wonderful event, with the theme all about “Where’s Worcester?”

Pop on to the Festival website – www.worcesterfestival.co.uk – to book on to the free session.