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South Worcestershire showcase their Safer Streets project at partnership event

Team photo of Hannah Cooper(Purple Leaf), Rob Rich (Malvern Hills DC), Warwick Neale (Worcester City Council), Fergus Green (West Mercia Police), Gloria Hawthorn (WorcesterBID) and Nicola Lowery (Assistant Police And Crime Commissioner). Left to right: Hannah Cooper (Purple Leaf), Rob Rich (Malvern Hills DC), Warwick Neale (Worcester City Council), Fergus Green (West Mercia Police), Gloria Hawthorn (WorcesterBID) and Nicola Lowery (Assistant Police And Crime Commissioner).

A number of partner organisations from across South Worcestershire have today formally launched a new campaign to encourage everyone in the county to play their part in ending male violence against women and girls. The West Mercia Wide partnership event was hosted at Sixways on Thursday 23rd June, listening of the voices of victims and survivors of...

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Public urged not to touch sick or dead birds

Two swans

 The Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has now confirmed there is avian influenza A (H5N1) in wild bird populations in Worcestershire and the Stratford area of Warwickshire. The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) is now urging people in Worcestershire and Warwickshire no...

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Have your say on proposals to close pedestrian railway crossings

Kays railway crossing

Worcester residents are being invited to have their say on proposals to close two pedestrian railway crossings in the city because of concerns about safety and anti-social behaviour. There are fears that people could be injured when they walk across the rail lines at the crossings at Brickfields Park and the Laugherne Brook Nature Reserve (known as...

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