New facilities to help people recycle ‘on the go’

Worcester City Council has introduced eye-catching new recycling stations in four of the city’s most popular locations, in a bid to cut down on littering and help people to recycle more when they are out and about. The new recycling facilities were installed in Fort Royal Park, Gheluvelt Park, Cripplegate Park and the Riverside last week.They have strong branding and clear signage in a bid...
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Living Ruins at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum

26 September – 30 November 2019 Features art from the 18th century to the contemporary Includes works on loan from Tate Fantastic programme of events for all the family Anyone who enjoys a visit to historic sites, whether intact or in ruins will love the next exhibition opening on 26 September at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum.  Living Ruins features artworks from the...
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Dare you visit The Commandery after dark this Halloween?

As one of the oldest buildings in Worcester, The Commandery is THE place to go for a truly spooky time this Halloween! On Thursday 31 October and Friday 1 November The Commandery will be opening after dark to give torch lit tours of one of Worcester’s oldest buildings. Said to be one of the most haunted building in the city, The Commandery is a must for any Halloween fans. The night-time...
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Thousands of cities to mark World Car Free Day

Worcester is officially marking World Car Free Day on 22 September by closing Lowesmoor to cars from midday to 3.00pm to hold a special event. Instead a giant astro turf play area will take over the road and staff from Freedom Leisure will run free multi sports and tennis sessions. The Duckworth Worcestershire Trust will also be on hand to offer free play sessions and a...
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Dig will reveal Worcester’s forgotten industry

Examples of clay pipes, including Russell pipes, found in Worcester The industrial past of one of Worcester’s most popular parks is set to be uncovered next week when archaeologists set out to dig up the remains of a clay pipe factory. From Monday (September 16) a team will be onsite at the Green Flag-winning Cripplegate Park in the heart of the city, digging to unearth the kiln where...
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Trial payments of Council Tax at the corner shop is a success

A trial scheme giving Worcester residents the option to pay their Council Tax at their local shop has been a big success – and could now get even more useful, with extra payment options added. Since November last year Worcester City Council has been working with the national payment network PayPoint to give residents the option to pay their Council Tax, Business Rates or Housing Benefit...
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