Worcester bike bus founder on most inspirational list

By Patrick | 24 November 2023

A woman who runs a “bike bus” for dozens of people has been named among the UK’s 100 most inspirational women in cycling for this year. Katie Collier, 38, from […]

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Green living at Pack It In

By Patrick | 19 November 2023

Join activists, councillors and friends for a re-launch of Pack it in -Zero Waste Living. Owner Phillipa Gilfillan is hosting an evening that will include: Food and drink tasting in […]

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Share your views on anti-social behaviour regulations before deadline

By Patrick | 19 November 2023

Residents have less than two weeks to make Worcester City Council aware of their views on the review of powers to combat anti-social behaviour in the city. The council is […]

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Mayor Louis Stephen’s plea to help Worcester Foodbank

By Patrick | 19 November 2023

Worcester Mayor Cllr Louis Stephen shares his fears over Christmas struggles for local families. “I recently called round to Worcester’s Foodbank. I looked through the roller shutter doors and with […]

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Mayor of Worcester set to open new festival celebrating small business

By Patrick | 15 November 2023

The Mayor of Worcester is set to open a brand new festival celebrating small and micro businesses. Mayor Louis Stephen will be at the inaugural BizFest on Thursday, November 23, […]

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Worcester Green Party councillors call for immediate ceasefire in Gaza

By Patrick | 3 November 2023

Worcester Green Party’s local councillors support the call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. Following the statement from the Green Party of England and Wales that called for the end […]

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Car park solar panels will save Worcester council money

By Patrick | 1 November 2023

  More solar panels on the roof of a car park could cut bills by up to £58,000 every year, a council says. Worcester City Council is to spend £521,000 […]

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Green Social at the Dice Box

By Patrick | 1 November 2023

Join activists and members for fun and games at The Dice Box. Bring along family and friends for an hour or two of board games and catch up with other […]

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Mayor Louis Stephen at black history month event

Mayor at black history month events

By Matthew | 31 October 2023

On Saturday, I was delighted to attend an event celebrating the lives of Black residents in Worcester as part of Black History Month. Held in the Guildhall, ‘Our Cultural Heritage’ […]

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Worcester’s Greens look to May after double by-election boost

By Patrick | 28 October 2023

JUBILANT Worcester Green Party chiefs have vowed to look ahead to next May’s City Council elections after the party’s success in Warndon Parish by-elections. The party once again turned a […]

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Green Party wins two council by-elections in Worcester

By Patrick | 28 October 2023

he Green Party increased its representation in local government last week. Two by-elections in Worcester saw the Greens win seats from the Tories. In Warndon Parish South for Worcester City […]

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Greens defeat Tories for place on Worcestershire County Council

By Patrick | 23 October 2023

The Green Party earned another impressive win against the Conservatives for a place on the county council. Andrew Cross came out on top in the Warndon division for a place […]

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