First chance to see inside Worcester’s revamped Arches

Front of new refurbished arches

Local artists and creatives are being offered the chance to get an early preview of the five refurbished spaces which are about to open as part of the £4.5 million project, The Arches – Worcester. Open days will be held on February 9 and 14 at the newly fitted-out Victorian railway arches between The Hive and Netherton Court. Four of the five refur...

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Have your say on future of culture in Worcester


Worcester City Council wants to hear the views of local residents and stakeholders as it sets out to shape the support it gives to cultural organisations, events and activities over the next five years. The Council is encouraging people of all ages to take part in a short survey to establish what types of cultural or heritage activities they engage...

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Where’s Wally? Spooky Museum Search – find Wally in Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum


This Halloween, Wally, the world's favourite children's book character – wearing a red-and-white striped shirt and black-rimmed specs – will be travelling the country, appearing in museums, including Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum. Families will be able to join the search for Wally at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum as part of the ...

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The gates are open! Walking and cycling path links The Hive and The Arches - Worcester


A significant milestone has been reached today in the development of the £4.5m The Arches – Worcester project, with the opening of the gates next to The Hive to create a new walking and cycling pathway. The new route creates a quick and easy way to get from the River Severn to the growing number of attractions at the arches in Netherton Court and C...

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Plan to create new cultural destination at The Arches-Worcester takes shape

KKE-architects---artists-impression-of-the-revamped-Arches-Worcester Artist's Impression of The Arches Worcester

The creation of a new cultural quarter for Worcester has moved a step closer, with the submission this week of a planning application to redesign and refurbish a number of Worcester's Victorian railway arches. The application, which has been submitted by Worcester firm KKE Architects on behalf of the University of Worcester, is an important mi...

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