Worcester to ask for more flood recovery funding

By Patrick | 22 February 2024

Worcester is to ask for more flood prevention and recovery support from the government. City councillors said more funding is needed to deal with the aftermath of floods as they become […]

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Green Party community campaigner Alex Mace presses County Council to trial School Streets in Worcester

By Patrick | 19 February 2024

Green Party community campaigner Alex Macepresses County Council to trial School Streetsin Worcester Green Party community campaigner Alex Macepresses County Council to trial School Streetsin Worcester Green Party community campaigner […]

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New Street Sign In Camden Place After Local Councillor’s Campaign

By Patrick | 18 February 2024

Relief filled the air of Camden Place in the Arboretum ward last week as two brand new street signs were finally installed, marking the culmination of a two-year campaign by […]

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Mayor’s Diary: Strong women are key to film industry

By Patrick | 18 February 2024

IN the captivating world of cinema, a concerning trend persists – the low representation of strong leading women both on screen and in roles behind the camera. Despite strides in […]

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Cars attacked and damaged in Arboretum and Claines

By Patrick | 15 February 2024

SEVERAL cars have been damaged in the city during a spate of overnight attacks. The incidents have been reported to police following the vandalism in Claines and Arboretum overnight on Friday. Cllr Karen […]

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Rallying call for greater government aid to combat Worcester floods

By Patrick | 15 February 2024

A RALLYING call has been made to Worcester councillors to unite in a plea for greater help to better tackle the devastating floods which have long plagued the Faithful City. […]

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New strategy to protect Worcester’s trees affected by Ash Dieback

By Patrick | 15 February 2024

A THREE-year plan for managing trees affected by Ash Dieback has been drawn up by Worcester City Council. The council plans to remove or prune trees which pose a health […]

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Love the Arbo 2024 casts spell over enchanting Arboretum

By Patrick | 15 February 2024

THE wild beauty of the natural world was the spellbinding theme of a spectacular window light show which brought magic and a touch of theatre to the dark winter terraces […]

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Unprecedented demand for ADHD assessments – trust

By Patrick | 6 February 2024

Unprecedented demand for ADHD assessments in Worcestershire means people are waiting years to get support. Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care Trust said the county’s Community Paediatrics service faced an […]

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Perry Wood Primary stages whole school history event

By Patrick | 25 January 2024

CHILDREN stepped back in time to immerse themselves in history during a whole school event. All the children and staff dress up as historical figures at Perry Wood Primary School in […]

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Worcester Council considering regeneration plans for 500 new homes

By Patrick | 24 January 2024

City councillors are set to mull over plans for a major regeneration of Worcester’s Shrub Hill Quarter. The transformation of the 14-hectare site include more than 500 new homes, new […]

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Green Party Deputy Leader visits Worcester Floods

By Patrick | 15 January 2024

In the wake of recent flooding across Worcester, Zack Polanski, Deputy Leader of the Green Party, visited the city this weekend to hear first-hand from city councillors and campaigners grappling with […]

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