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Councillor Stuart Denlegh-Maxwell

Councillor Stuart Denlegh-Maxwell sadly passed away on 10 June 2019. He was 60. He had served two terms on Worcester City Council as an elected member for Claines. He was elected in 1988 and held the seat until 1994, when he stood down because of work and family commitments. He was re-elected in the Claines ward in 2018. Cllr Denlegh-Maxwell’s family have local connections...
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New parking charges come into effect

New cut-price charges come into force in Worcester City Council’s car parks on Friday, February 1. The initiative will include a cut-price all day rate at St Martin’s Gate multi-storey, a new 30-minute parking charge and a new flat rate evening parking price. Councillors voted to introduce the charges last year, in a bid to support the local economy and back city businesses. ...
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City Council helps sporting heroes to go for gold in 2013

Sport Worcester has awarded grants to four talented local sports people to help in their pursuit of elite performance. Triathlete Anna Price, karate champion Melissa Griffiths, boxer Trent Smith and fencer Alex Lloyd will receive a grant of £300 each from Worcester City Council, which supports Sport Worcester. Ten year old Melissa Griffiths was selected for the England Karate...
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City Council: your guide to festive opening times

The Guildhall   The Guildhall Monday 24 December Closed Tuesday 25 December Closed Wednesday 26 December Closed ...
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