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Get your entries in for this year’s Worcester Show

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Competitors of all ages are invited to start submitting their entries for this summer's Worcester Show. Fun for all the family is promised at this year's event, which is set to return on Sunday August 14 in the spacious surroundings of Pitchcroft Racecourse. Last year's show attracted record numbers and organisers are hoping that this year's event ...

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Community grants offered to help bring Worcester people back together

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Worcester City Council is encouraging local community groups, charities and voluntary sector organisations to apply for grants of up to £2,000 if they are planning events, festivals or parties in the autumn or at Christmas. Community grants will be considered for any proposal which will clearly benefit people living in Worcester. Many of the city's...

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Worcester Show is best attended ever

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This year's Worcester Show (held at Pitchcroft on Sunday 15 August) attracted an estimated 15 – 20,000 visitors– exceeding the highest estimate of 13,000 at previous Shows. This year the event moved from Gheluvelt Park to Pitchcroft Racecourse – allowing more space between over 100 stalls, performers, volunteers and visitors. Many stalls sold Worce...

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Final countdown to popular Worcester Show

Volunteers, organisers and actors from Vamos Theatre at photo call to promote the Worcester Show L to R: Alex Booth – Worcester City Council; Chris Thorpe – Volunteer and Show Committee member + dog (Charlie); Stuart Minchin – Worcester City Council; Paul Harding - Discover History; Karen Thorpe – volunteer; Abbie Payton - Vamos Theatre; Leah Adkins - Worcester Live; Anika Gulata – trophy winner 2019; Colin from Arctic Spas (sponsor); Ken Johnson – Worcester City Football Club; Cllr James Stanley; David Birtwistle – President Worcester Civic Society; Mandy Neill – volunteer; Basia Ligias and Lisa Smith – Worcester City Council; Mrs Gulata – parent of trophy winner Anika Gulata

The popular Worcester Show is coming back to the Pitchcroft Racecourse (WR1 3EJ) on Sunday 15 August (10.00am – 5.00pm). There will be live bands; fair-style attractions; a have-a-go sports zone; the judging of over 130 competitive creative classes; a dog competition; local food and drink – and much, much more! "We're looking forward to welcom...

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Now’s the time to show off your creations at the Worcester Show

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It's time to unleash all your lockdown creativity and get ready to show off your gardening, crafting, painting, photographic and cookery talent at the ever-popular Worcester Show (Pitchcroft Race Course - Sunday 15 August 2021). There are over 140 competition classes for people of all ages to enter. In addition to gardening categories for fruit and...

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2020 Worcester Show cancelled due to coronavirus

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Worcester City Council, after discussions with the organising committee and other stakeholders, has reluctantly taken the decision to cancel this year's Worcester Show because of uncertainty around the coronavirus lockdown. The show, which regularly attracts around 10,000 visitors and is a fixture of Worcester's vibrant events calendar, was due to ...

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Big turnout for Show which celebrates Worcester’s creative spirit

Band---The-Strays-870 The Strays Band on stage

Around 10,000 people are estimated to have attended this year's Worcester Show in Gheluvelt Park on Sunday 11 August – and the occasional shower didn't dampen their spirits. An enhanced line up of musical entertainment proved a big draw throughout the day, with rock 'n' roll from The Strays, ska from The Social Ignition, punk from the VHT's and aco...

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