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Five Green flags for Worcester to wave – again!

Cllr Karen Lewing, Chair of the Environment Committee, with Graham Pratt and Dave Whitworth of the City Council’s parks team holding the Green Flag in St Andrew’s Gardens.

It's another win for Worcester City Council this year with the news that five of the city's parks and open spaces have been awarded prestigious Green Flag status once again, officially earmarking them as being among the country's best green spaces. Gheuvelt Park, Fort Royal Park, Cripplegate Park and Riverside Park have once again scooped the accol...

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New signs to make Worcester’s riverside even more appealing to visitors

Councillor Karen Lewing and Cllr Zoe Cookson (l to r), Chair and Vice Chair of Worcester City Council’s Environment Committee with the Riverside Park totem sign newly-installed at Bromwich Parade Councillor Karen Lewing and Cllr Zoe Cookson (l to r), Chair and Vice Chair of Worcester City Council’s Environment Committee with the Riverside Park totem sign newly-installed at Bromwich Parade

Visitors can now enjoy Worcester's beautiful riverside park more than ever, thanks to colourful new information signs installed at its main entrances. Sixteen new totem-style signs are being put in place to welcome visitors to the Green Flag-winning park. The new signage includes maps, information on walking and cycling routes, stories from the ric...

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Worcester cemetery wins Green Flag for first time – giving the city FIVE flags to wave!

Worcester is going greener than ever this year with the news that no fewer than FIVE council parks have been awarded prestigious Green Flag status, meaning they are officially recognised as being among the country's best green spaces. This year sees a first Green Flag for Astwood Cemetery and Crematorium, the outstanding grounds of which have scoop...

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