WORCESTER City insist they are doing all they can to keep the club in the public eye during their exile at Kidderminster Harriers.

By playing at Aggborough and not having a permanent base in the city, the 111-year-old club are facing their biggest challenge.

But officials have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure City maintain a presence in Worcester before one day hopefully returning to their rightful home.

Kit and merchandise is being sold at Knowles Sports in Broad Street and Nutz4Sportz in George Street near Asda, as well as at Harriers on matchdays, while the Pheasant pub in New Street is showing match highlights before Saturday home games.

A revamped club website will provide an online base for fans and the club can still be contacted on its 01905-23003 number.

Phil Williamson, who was the office manager at St George’s Lane, will continue to oversee the Gold Bond Draw, which raises funds for the club.

In addition, a community scheme launched through a £15,000 Football Conference Trust grant in December is currently providing coaching to 10 schools.

Among the coaches are former Worcester goalkeeper James Dormand and left-winger Danny Edwards.

The club’s website can be found at worcestercityfc.com