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  • Halfords enjoys boost in turnover

    WORCESTERSHIRE-based cycling retailer Halfords is expected to report a 9.5 per cent increase in revenue in comparison with last year over the last six months next week. read more

  • Visit a pharmacist if you feel unwell this winter

    HEALTH bosses in Worcestershire are encouraging people in the county to talk to a pharmacist if they are feeling unwell this winter to avoid a trip to hospital later. read more

  • Small fuel spillage

    EVESHAM firefighters were called to deal with a small amount of fuel, which has been spilled from a vehicle in the layby on the A46 near the Beckford Inn, near Evesham, on Thursday at 4.38pm. read more

  • Saw stolen from unit

    A HUSQVARNA saw was stolen from a unit in Mill Lane, Wyre Piddle, near Pershore. read more

  • Bike stolen

    A CARRERA Vulcan bike was stolen from the garden of a property at Pershore College in Avon Bank, Pershore, sometime between 8.10am and 8.13am on Monday, October 27. read more

  • Power tools stolen in theft

    A METAL container was broken into and a large quantity of power tools were stolen during a theft in Long Lane, Throckmorton, near Pershore. read more

  • Catalytic converter thefts in Pershore

    TWO catalytic converters have been stolen from vehicles in Pershore. read more

  • HARVINGTON

    THE Harvington Jubilee Orchard was officially opened in September, but far from resting on their laurels Harvington Trust are already planning additional ways to make it accessible to members of the community. An exercise trail is due to be installed in November, and the Trust would like to invite all those who enjoy exercise to go along and try something different. The latest news about the Orchard can be found on the Harvington Trust website, www.harvingtontrust.co.uk. read more

  • Appeal date into 70 new Broadway homes

    A CONTROVERSIAL planning application for 70 houses on an area of outstanding natural beauty in Broadway is to be determined at appeal. read more

  • Hiking and biking on Lake District challenge for charity

    A TEAM of financial advisers from The Wealth Group of Queens Road, Evesham navigated some of the toughest peaks in the Lake District on foot and by bike in a race which saw them raise thousands of pounds for charity. read more

  • Hospital trust still under pressure as winter approaches

    THE amount of patients in Worcestershire who have been waiting longer than 18 weeks for an operation currently stands at 1,839 – despite hospital bosses having pledged to clear the backlog by September. read more

  • Walmsley stars for club at Snowdonia Evesham Journal:

    A HARDY group of five Bourton Roadrunners chose to tackle the notoriously tough Snowdonia Marathon. read more

  • Town museum to turn purple in support of World Pancreatic Cancer Day

    THE colour purple will take on a whole new meaning this November as places around the world are illuminated in a bid to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer. read more

  • Collicutt hoping for a positive response after defeat Evesham Journal:

    MANAGER Paul Collicutt wants an immediate response from his Evesham United team as they bid for success in the FA Trophy. read more

  • PROBUS CLUB OF EVESHAM

    WE welcomed Jon Goldswain of Great Malvern at our meeting on Thursday, October 23. He told us about the life and music of one of Worcestershire’s greatest celebrities, Sir Edward Elgar who was born in 1857 near Worcester. read more

  • Mobile Send Your News

    UB40 help Local mum and friends and family raising funds for Ben to get an operation to help him walk after nhs stop funding www.treeofhope.org.uk/bens-first-steps www.facebook.com/bensfirststeps charity night planned, walk from redditch to Ben in evesham on Xmas day. Help the family and follow their story Based on information supplied by . read more

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