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Final countdown to popular Worcester Show

The popular annual Worcester Show, which regularly attracts over 10,000 people, is coming back to Gheluvelt Park in Barbourne on Sunday 11 August (10.00am – 5.00pm).   “We’re looking forward to welcoming people from far and wide to our fun and action-packed family event,” says Gerry Leith, Chair of the Worcester Show.   “There are a number of new features for this year,...
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The Arches – Director appointed to create enticing new Worcester festivals

Severn Arts has appointed a Director to develop and deliver four exciting new annual festivals for Worcester.  Earlier this year the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport awarded £3m from the Cultural Development Fund which is administered by Arts Council England, towards the costs of the ambitious £4.5m initiative known as The Arches - Worcester.  The new Festivals...
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New website is a one-stop-shop for finding activities and venues in Worcester

New website Find It Do It  is launched by Worcester City Council Find It Do It lists activities; groups; classes; venues for hire. Listing on the website is free – request a form at community@worcester.gov.uk .   A new online directory promises to be the go-to place to find local hobby groups, support, fun activities and venues for hire in Worcester. The website ...
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New homelessness centre set to open in Worcester

Celebrating the news of the Somewhere Safe to Stay funding are Councillor James Stanley, Chair of Worcester City Council’s Communities Committee; Debbie Hodson, Worcestershire Project Manager at CCP; and Major Diane Henderson, Church Leader at the Salvation Army’s Worcester Corps A new homelessness centre is set to open in Worcester’s city centre, following a successful bid for...
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Worcester’s a riot of colour – thanks to wildflowers

Biodiversity is receiving a boost in the city, thanks to Worcester City Council’s wild flower planting programme. “Wildflowers help to make Worcester look beautiful.  However they are also important because they support bees and other insects which pollinate plants,” explains Cllr Andy Stafford, Vice Chair of Worcester City Council’s Environment Committee. “Many of our favourite...
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Worcester’s Riverside and three other city parks are among best in UK

Celebrating the Green Flag award for Worcester's Riverside Park are Graham Pratt, Worcester City Council Riverside Team; Mark Worrall, Green Space Team Supervisor; Cllr Joy Squires; Timothy Booker, Canal and River Trust Area Operations Manager; Cllr Andy Stafford; and Dexx the dog.   Worcester’s Riverside Park – along with three others in the city – has been named as one...
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