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  • Why bury bad news in Wychavon council's publication?

    HAVING read the latest Autumn 2014 edition of Wychavon, l feel the need to comment. read more

  • Youngsters of Evesham and the surrounding areas have lots of talent... and a great deal of respect

    THIS month saw the Royal British Legion commemorating the dead of forces involved in conflicts all over the world from 1914 until the present day, along with a funeral service for the late Noel Wilkes. read more

  • Congratulations on agreeing to new solar farms

    CONGRATULATIONS to Wychavon District Council for agreeing two new solar farms in the Vale, especially as they are on poor agricultural land. read more

  • RNLI Evesham branch coffee morning at the Evesham Hotel raised £1,142

    THE RNLI Evesham branch held its 39th coffee morning at the Evesham Hotel, where we raised £1,142 towards the training and equipping of our volunteer life savers. read more

  • Relocation of Evesham fire station makes no sense

    WHATEVER the merits of the new proposed Waitrose store in Evesham, the relocation of the fire station makes no sense. read more

  • Is rising in tipping linked to increased council fees?

    IN the Evesham Journal (November 13) it was reported that there had been an 11 per cent increase in fly-tipping over the last year. read more

  • Thanks for visiting our craft fair

    I WOULD like to thank everyone who came along to our craft fair at Leedons Park, Broadway, on November 15 in aid of Birmingham Children’s Hospital. read more

  • How can developers get away with this vandalism?

    CAN I add my support to the councillors at Wychavon District Council's planning committee disappointed at the "wanton vandalism" at Hurst Meadows, Wyre Road, Pershore, by LRE. read more

  • Bungalow plans refused

    AN application to build a bungalow on land next to 19 Brantwood Close in Droitwich has been turned down by planners at Wychavon District Council. read more

  • Four homes refused

    PLANS to build four detached homes on land next to Wheelright, Walcot Lane, Drakes Broughton, have been refused by Wychavon District Council. read more

  • No problem with speeding, says council

    FURTHER speed checks at a spot in Pershore have revealed there is no problem with speeding traffic, Worcestershire County Council has said. read more

  • Surgeon mortality data welcomed in Worcestershire

    SURGEONS in Worcestershire have been given a clean bill of health in figures showing how many patients have died in their care over the past year. read more

  • Triad of accolades for Pershore volunteers

    LIFE saving volunteers from Pershore St John Ambulance have been honoured on behalf of the Queen. read more

  • Advice on preventing bed sores at hospitals in Worcestershire

    PATIENTS and visitors to hospitals throughout Worcestershire today have been given some invaluable advice on preventing bed sores. read more

  • Bredon Hill beckons cyclists for autumnal sensation

    REAMS of cyclists took to the roads of Worcestershire for this year's Bredon Hill Bikeaway raising hundreds of pounds for St John Ambulance. read more

  • Stepnell selected to build modern classrooms for Pershore High School

    TWO new £3 million classroom blocks to be built at Pershore High School are set to be constructed by Stepnell. read more

  • Children encouraged to

    YOUNGSTERS living in Pershore are being invited to create a picture to show what they regard as utopia in their town. read more

  • Pupils' chance to name a gritter

    PRIMARY schools in Warwickshire are being given the chance to enter a competition to name one of the county council's new gritting trucks. read more

  • Pershore Ladies Guild

    THE Isle of Man Roundabout was the title of the talk prepared by our speaker Mrs. Catherine Jones on Tuesday, November 4. Catherine illustrated her talk with scenic views around the Isle whilst giving us an insight into the history of The Isle of Man from the first inhabitants in Neolithic times to present day. Many changes took place over the years. Shipwrecks were common due to the rugged coastline and one ship contained a cargo of sewing machines so they would certainly have been useful to the residents. I always wondered what the Isle of Man symbol meant, well now I know , “ whichever way it is thrown it will stand” a good quiz question. The Isle of Man make their own laws and people can petition and about concerns, and, The House of Keys are obliged to debate and act upon it if necessary. read more

  • Bretforton Garden Club

    DID you know that you can use Sweet Cicely as a substitute for sugar, or that Marigold flower petals contain lutein which helps to protect the eye? These were just some of the fascinating facts that members learned when listening to Julia Scott talk to us about her walled herb garden at our meeting in November. The garden itself had originally started life in 1839 as a walled kitchen garden but had gone into a state of disrepair over the years. Julia and her husband had unearthed the original garden design and restored it to its previous Victorian splendour with a number of herb beds for different uses including medicinal and cooking. read more

  • Lloyds Bank Community Fund windfall for hospice

    A CARE charity has been handed a £3,000 boost from the Lloyds Bank Community Fund. read more

  • Hampton WI

    Our newly elected President, Ann Evans, welcomed members and one visitor to our meeting on November 13. read more

  • Cropthorne with Charlton WI

    IF you think that folk music and folklore is boring you would be wrong. We had an amazing evening with Richard Churchley. He combines his love of music with his love of history and musical ability to provide information and entertainment. We began with A Victorian folk song “Johnny Me Own True Love” accompanied by Richard playing the accordion. In this we were encouraged to sing one line of chorus by the end of the evening we were singing in four part round! The ten songs played were from a Worcestershire or Warwickshire and a variety of historical periods. Some brought back memories of singing at school from The National Song Book. One of the oldest a drinking song originally referenced to the Spanish Armada and, as with many folk songs, changed over the years to refer to the Crimean War. The final song relevant for Remembrance Day was the version sung by Warwickshire RHA in 1915. There are many versions each adapted by different regiments as a marching song from the original 1873 version. If you get the chance to hear Richard alone or with his group make the effort whether it be folk, rock or skiffle. It’s fun. read more

  • PROBUS CLUB OF EVESHAM

    We had a really good turnout for our meeting on Thursday morning, November 13 and everyone was in fine form. President Jim Cox welcomed visitor Bill Birch of Pershore and we were all delighted to have Dennis Hallett back after an absence of some weeks. Instead of a rant of the week, Bill Underwood then read a hilarious description of the national characteristics of the English, Scottish and our European neighbours. Although gross exaggeration is increasingly common, it’s nice to know that we haven’t been “a bit cross” since the Spanish Armada! read more

  • Three teenagers thrown from car following crash near Evesham

    THREE teenagers were taken to hospital after a crash near Evesham in which they were all thrown out of the car they were in this morning. read more

  • Stanley (Bertie) Roberts

    ROBERTS Stanley (Bertie) Of Pershore. Passed away peacefully on November 8th, 2014, aged 80 years. Much loved husband of the late Josie, dear dad to Lorraine and a beloved gramps to Pip and Cav. He will be sadly missed by Family and Friends. Funeral Service at Worcester Crematorium on Friday, November 21st at 12.15 p.m. Flowers or donations for The Stroke Assosiation may be sent to E Hill & Son, Funeral Directors, Pershore. WR10 1HZ. read more

  • Pauline (Polly) Airns

    AIRNS Pauline (Polly) November 20th. Happy Birthday mum. Miss you every day. Love Andy. xx read more

  • Alf Downey

    DOWNEY ALF With loving thoughts on your Birthday, November 19th. Thinking of you always. All our love Fiona, Simon, Joshua, Hannah, Ray, Annie and Sophie xxx read more

  • Cecil Henry Hughes

    HUGHES Cecil Henry Jean and Family wish to express their deep appreciation for the kindness and words of support received on the loss of a dear husband, father and grandfather. Thank you to all who attended the Funeral Service. A special thank you to the Staff at The Hawthorns Nursing Home for the wonderful care that Cecil received. Thanks also to Humanist Minister Philippa Howell for the lovely Service and to The Co-operative Funeralcare for their support and kindness in making the funeral arrangements. read more

  • Eryk Altwasser

    ALTWASSER Eryk Evelyn and Family would like to thank everyone who attended Eryk's Funeral and for the many kind messages of sympathy. Special thanks to The Reverend Debbie Forman for a beautiful Service and to Edward for the lovely music. Sincere thanks to Philip and his Team at Merstow Green Funeral Home for their comforting care and attention to detail. Thanks also to The Three Ways House Hotel for a delicious buffet to complete a memorable day. read more

  • Noel Wilkes

    WILKES Noel The Family wish to thank everyone for their cards and messages of sympathy and for attending the wonderful Celebration of Noel's life on Remembrance Day. Sincere thanks to Reverend Andrew Spurr Philip Tomlins, The Royal British Legion and the Bengeworth Club for making the day a fitting and moving tribute to his life. He will be missed by so many. read more

  • Kerry Watson

    WATSON Kerry Happy 21st Birthday to our amazing daughter!!! Hope you have a truly wonderful day. Love and hugs from Mum and Papa xxx read more

  • Stephen Hyde

    HYDE Stephen If I could turn back the clock, That's just what I would do, And I would live again, Those happy years that I shared with you. Four years, love and miss you more than ever. Nicky xx read more

  • Lynda Gibson

    GIBSON Lynda Died November 19th, 1983. Gone but not forgotten. God bless. Mum and Family. read more

  • Councillor Reginald (Reg) Jakeman

    JAKEMAN Councillor Reginald (Reg) Passed away suddenly on November 15th, 2014, aged 76 years. Beloved husband of Lynne, also a much loved dad to Chris, Carolyn and Linda and adored grandfather. The Funeral Service will take place on Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014, at All Saints Church, Evesham at 12 noon, followed by Cremation at Cheltenham Crematorium. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, for British Heart Foundation, may be sent to Tomlins Funeral Directors, 36 The Leys, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcs. WR11 3AP. Tel : 01386 765133 read more

  • Desmond "Bernard" Monaghan

    MONAGHAN Desmond "Bernard" Peacefully passed away on November 13th, 2014 aged 87 years. Adored husband of Margaret. A loving dad of Bernard and Andrew and father in law of Jill and Heather. A wonderful grandad of Giles, Lucy and Patrick. Much loved brother of Sheila, Joan, Basil, Gerald, David and all their Families. Bernard will be very sadly missed by all who knew him. Thanksgiving Service will take place at St Peter's Church, Bengeworth on Thursday, November 27th, 2014 at 2 p.m. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired for the Salvation Army, may be sent to Merstow Green Funeral Home, 20 Merstow Green, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 4BD. Tel 01386 49903 read more

  • Betty McClay

    MCCLAY Betty One year since you left us, our darling mum and nanny. We miss and love you so much. Forever in our memories. Rebecca, Keli, Callum, Chloe and Precious. Xxxxx read more

  • Pamela Elizabeth McClay

    MCCLAY Pamela Elizabeth November 23rd 2013. One year since the light left my life, but at least your pain has gone. My pain will last until we are reunited. I love you now and always. God bless you my darling. Your loving husband John. 14327. read more

  • Freda and Charles Carver

    CARVER Freda and Charles November 1995 and 1997. The way we feel today we'll feel tomorrow too, Time will never fade the love we have for you. In our hearts we'll always want yesterday and you. God bless. We miss you so very much. Our love always. John, Melanie and Lucinda. xxx read more

  • Fred Gould

    GOULD Fred November 13th, 1976. Dear dad, remembered with love. Lindsey, Robin and Families. read more

  • Mandy Ross

    ROSS Mandy November 18th, 1994. November comes with sad regret, It brings back the day we will never forget. Time may pass and fade away, But memories of you will always stay. Dad and Family. read more

  • Anthony Foulkes

    FOULKES Anthony Passed away November 21st, 2005. A special smile, A special face. In our hearts, a special place. Love always Margaret and Daphne read more

  • Kathleen May (mum and nan) Bourne

    BOURNE Kathleen May (mum and nan) Always in our thoughts. Love and miss you. Jon and Carol, Luke, Daniel and Katie. xxxxx read more

  • bethany allen

    ALLEN Bethany Grace The brightest star shining in the sky, That's our beautiful little Bethany. So brave, So special, And oh so loved. God bless you sweetheart. Our love always, nanny Zena, grandad Pete and big uncle Joe Xxx read more

  • Alex (Alec) Wakeley

    WAKELEY Alex (Alec) In memory of a dearly loved husband. Life's not the same without you, And never will be again, Wherever I go, Whatever I do, In my heart you will remain.. Love and miss you always, Irene xx read more

  • Francis John (Bozzy) Boswell

    BOSWELL Francis John (Bozzy) November 16th 1998. Will love you forever my darling. Your ever loving wife Mary and your loving family Richard, Denise, Paul, Kelly, Darren, Heather, David and Katie. God bless x Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard but always near, Still loved, still missed. read more

  • Mark Fox

    FOX Mark Of Defford On November 11th, 2014, passed away peacefully in hospital, aged 54 years. Much loved husband of Debra and sadly missed by Family and Friends. Funeral Service at Pershore Abbey on Monday, December 1st at 11 a.m. Followed by private Cremation. Family flowers only please, donations, if desired to St Richard's Hospice, The Cobalt Unit and Lilleybrook Ward at Cheltenham General Hospital, may be sent to E Hill & Son Funeral Directors, Pershore, WR10 1HZ, read more

  • Arthur James Roberts

    ROBERTS Arthur James Formerly of Wyre Piddle. On November 14th, 2014, peacefully in Willowbank House Residential Home, aged 96 years. Much loved husband of the late Ena, dear father to Stuart. Funeral Service at Worcester Crematorium on Monday, November 24th at 10.45 a.m. Family flowers only, donations for Alzheimer's Society, may be sent to E Hill & Son Funeral Directors, Pershore, WR10 1HZ. read more

  • Geofrey Manley Collett

    COLLETT Geoffrey Manley Passed away peacefully on November 13th, 2014, aged 88 years. He will be sadly missed by all his Family and Friends. The Funeral Service will take place on Tuesday, November 25th, 2014, at Evesham Methodist Church, at 1 p.m., followed by Burial at Waterside Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, for Friends of Nixon (Memorial Hospital) Sierra Leone, may be sent to Tomlins Funeral Directors, 36 The Leys, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcs. WR11 3AP. Tel: 01386 765133 read more

  • Joan Summers

    SUMMERS Joan Died peacefully after a long illness, on November 14th, 2014, aged 79 years. Beloved wife of Gordon, much loved mum of Anthony, Julie and Darren and mother in law to Melanie, Antony and Karen. Special nan to Katie, Lee, Amy, Jake and Joe and great nan to Finnegan. She will be sadly missed, but will always be in our hearts. The Funeral Service will take place on Thursday, November 27th, 2014 at All Saints Church, Evesham at 1.30 p.m., followed by Cremation at Cheltenham Crematorium. Family flowers only please. Donations for Alzheimer's Society, may be sent to Tomlins Funeral Directors, 36 The Leys, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcs. WR11 3AP. Tel 01386 765133 read more

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