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Worcester model says husband wasn't happy with her divulging intimate surgery details on reality TV show

Evesham Journal: Worcester model says husband wasn't happy with her divulging intimate surgery details on reality TV show

4:54pm Wednesday 29th July 2015

A WORCESTER woman who is now the star of a reality TV show says her husband wasn't happy with her revealing intimate details of her surgeries on national television.

Worcester barber has big expectations for his tiny shop

Evesham Journal: Si Moore cuts Steven Wattison's hair in The Bolthole.

4:02pm Wednesday 29th July 2015

THEY say big things come in small packages, and that's what a Worcester barber hoped when he opened his tiny shop in St John's.

Play for free at Lyppard Hub this summer

3:17pm Wednesday 29th July 2015

LYPPARD Hub is holding a big play event on Wednesday at the centre in Ankerage Green, Warndon Villages.

Step back in time with Witley Court this summer

10:54am Wednesday 29th July 2015

AN estate near Worcester will transport people back in time this summer.

Join the fight against ticks with Worcester vets

Evesham Journal: Presenter Chris Packham with Itchy and Scratchy.

10:48am Wednesday 29th July 2015

WORCESTER vets are joining in the fight against ticks.

Cinema to support people born with complex condition

Evesham Journal: The team at the Regal Cinema Evesham are raising funds for the Prader-Willi Syndrome Association.

9:58am Wednesday 29th July 2015

AN Evesham cinema that is no stranger to supporting good causes is turning its attention to helping those born with a complex condition.

Father in search of a better life was "exploited" when he arrived in UK, court hears

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3:36pm Tuesday 28th July 2015

A MAN who came to the UK in search of a better life was forced to steal from a Worcester supermarket within hours of his plane landing, a court heard.

New festival to celebrate Droitwich's history and provide musical delights this weekend

Evesham Journal: Black Voices will perform at the festival in Droitwich.

2:45pm Tuesday 28th July 2015

A NEW festival will celebrate Droitwich's history while providing the best in food, drink and musical entertainment.

New recording studio opens its doors in Worcestershire

Evesham Journal: James Delin, studio engineer, in the CDS control room.

2:14pm Tuesday 28th July 2015

MUSICIANS around the county and beyond can rejoice as a new recording studio opens its doors in Worcestershire.

Colwall Family Music Festival a hit despite the rain

Evesham Journal: Stompin' on Spiders perform. Picture by Shani Stocker.

1:03pm Tuesday 28th July 2015

ALTHOUGH the rain came down, spirits stayed up for this year's Colwall Family Music Festival.

Colwall Family Music Festival a hit despite the rain

Evesham Journal: Stompin' on Spiders perform. Picture by Shani Stocker.

1:02pm Tuesday 28th July 2015

ALTHOUGH the rain came down, spirits stayed up for this year's Colwall Family Music Festival.

Man completes awareness pub crawl and stops off at Worcester pub along the way

Evesham Journal: Alex Barker stopped off at the Pavilion as part of his 300 mile pub crawl.

12:26pm Tuesday 28th July 2015

A DISABLED man stopped off for a drink in Worcester as part of his 300 mile pub crawl campaign.

Pankhurst Picnic a success in Worcester

Evesham Journal: A number of people gathered in Gheluvelt Park on Saturday for the Pankhurst Picnic.

9:45am Tuesday 28th July 2015

PEOPLE made the most of a sunny day on Saturday with a political picnic in the park.

Inquest opens in to death of man whose body was found in Lyppard Grange pub

3:11pm Monday 27th July 2015

AN inquest has opened in to the death of a Worcester father who was found dead at a pub in Warndon Villages earlier this month.

Shop giving out books for free closes today despite seeking new home

Evesham Journal: The Books for Free shop in Cathedral Plaza.

1:14am Saturday 25th July 2015

A SHOP which gave away books for free in Worcester is closing down today (Saturday) despite efforts to find a new home.

Man found dead in Lyppard Grange, Warndon Villages

Evesham Journal: Man found dead in Lyppard Grange, Warndon Villages

4:49pm Friday 24th July 2015

A MAN has been found dead at a pub in Worcester.

Soldier will run 32 miles in memory of Worcester's Jack Sanders

Evesham Journal: John Middleton will run 32 miles from Birmingham to Worcester in August.

11:42am Friday 24th July 2015

A SOLDIER is preparing to run 32 miles in memory of a close friend and family member who is "sadly missed by many".

Travel around the world without leaving Worcestershire at Elgar Birthplace Museum

Evesham Journal: The Edward Elgar Statue on High Street, Worcester. Pic Jonathan Barry 13.3.14 1114544403 (4604367)

11:10am Friday 24th July 2015

PEOPLE can take a trip around the world without leaving Worcestershire at a series of events at the Elgar Birthplace Museum.

Man whose disability was mistaken for drunkenness will raise a glass and awareness during epic pub crawl

Evesham Journal: Alex Barker was turned away from a pub in Falmouth.

3:21am Friday 24th July 2015

A MAN who was turned away from a Cornish pub after a medical condition was mistaken for drunkenness will be stopping at a Worcester pub as part of his awareness campaign.

Worcester Show to return to Gheluvelt Park next month

2:30pm Thursday 23rd July 2015

A WORCESTER park will be awash with colour and fragrance at a popular show next month.

Show off creative side with critters at safari park

Evesham Journal: Entries are wanted for two creative competitions at West Midland Safari Park.

12:22pm Thursday 23rd July 2015

WEST Midland Safari Park is giving visitors the opportunity to show off their creative side with two new competitions.

Wu-Tang Clan pull out of headlining Nozstock this weekend

Evesham Journal: De La Soul have stepped in to perform at Nozstock after Wu-Tang Clan pulled out.

12:06pm Thursday 23rd July 2015

WU-Tang Clan have pulled out of headlining at Nozstock Festival this weekend.

Toilet rolls, pens and notepads among items regularly stolen from the office, study finds

11:22am Thursday 23rd July 2015

SIXTY-ONE per cent of workers have stolen items from their office, ranging from toilet rolls to mugs, according to new research.

Crews called to crash at Twyford Bank near Evesham

10:38am Thursday 23rd July 2015

CREWS were called to a crash at Twyford Bank in Evesham on Wednesday (July 22).

Bicycle stolen from outside the Hive

10:33am Thursday 23rd July 2015

A SILVER mountain bike was stolen from the bicycle rack outside the Hive Library in Worcester on Wednesday afternoon.

Open day at Malvern Fire Station this Saturday

10:30am Thursday 23rd July 2015

MALVERN Fire Station on Worcester Road will open its doors to the public on Saturday.

Make sure you are registered to vote in coming elections

10:19am Thursday 23rd July 2015

HOUSEHOLDS in Worcester are being urged to make sure they don’t lose their vote.

Thousands of people helped in Nepal by Worcestershire donations

Evesham Journal: Actress Jo Joyner (left) helps CAFOD deliver provisions to people in Nepal. Picture by Bikash Khadge.

10:02am Thursday 23rd July 2015

A TEAM of county Christians have helped provide aid to almost 300,000 people in Nepal after they were hit by a devastating earthquake three months ago.

Firefighters get scrubbing to raise funds at charity car wash

Evesham Journal: The crew from Droitwich Spa Fire Station with Ellie Taylor and her brother, Oliver.

9:45am Thursday 23rd July 2015

FIREFIGHTERS swapped their usual hoses for buckets and sponges at a charity car wash on the weekend.

Local good causes recognised by Worcester Lions Club at presentation evening

Evesham Journal: Members of local community groups, the Worcester Lions Club and Mayor Roger Knight after the ceremony.

9:15am Thursday 23rd July 2015

THE value of volunteers has been recognised at a special ceremony in Worcester's Guildhall.

Big plans for fun day at Hive Library

5:35pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

FAMILIES can join the Hive library in Worcester for a day of enormous fun on Thursday, August 6.

Clocks turned back at Croome Court for school reunion

Evesham Journal: An archive photo of pupils and nuns on the steps of Croome Court in 1950.

5:19pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

THE hands of the clock were turned back to focus on a section of a manor house's history for a special school reunion.

Clocks turned back at Croome Court for school reunion

Evesham Journal: An archive photo of pupils and nuns on the steps of Croome Court in 1950.

5:19pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

THE hands of the clock were turned back to focus on a section of a manor house's history for a special school reunion.

Roadworks which saw road closed off at all junctions for several hours "could last weeks"

Evesham Journal: One of the entrances in to White Ladies Close blocked off with signs.

4:01pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

RESIDENTS of a Worcester street were left with no way of driving in or out of their road after roadworks saw all junctions closed off for several hours.

Two bicycles stolen from bike stands in Sansome Street

2:26pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

TWO bicycles were stolen from the bike stands in Sansome Street, Worcester, on Tuesday between 10am and 10.30am.

Fun for all the family at Colwall music festival this weekend

Evesham Journal: A band performs on the main stage of last year's Colwall Family Music Festival.

2:22pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

LOCAL musicians will take centre stage at Colwall Family Music Festival this weekend.

Fun for all the family at Colwall music festival this weekend

Evesham Journal: A band performs on the main stage of last year's Colwall Family Music Festival.

2:21pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

LOCAL musicians will take centre stage at Colwall Family Music Festival this weekend.

Bearfest ready to rock in to its sixth year

Evesham Journal: Crowds gathered at a previous Bearfest.

12:54pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

AN award-winning pub near Worcester will host some of the biggest names on the local music scene at a festival on Sunday.

Newland man to open garden in memory of wife and son

Evesham Journal: Les Hammond is holding an open garden and art exhibition to raise money for charity in memory of his wife, Olive. Picture by Paul Jackson. 3015910202

5:24pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

A WIDOWER is hosting an art exhibition with a difference in memory of his wife and son.

Frank Turner to play intimate gig at Rise in Worcester

Evesham Journal: Frank Turner will play in store at Rise in Worcester.

4:31pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

A WORCESTER music shop will host one of its "biggest names" yet in a special gig next month.

Parish council has one message for developers — "Welland is full"

Evesham Journal: 4014717403. 01/10/14. Looking towards the Malvern Hills from Welland. Picture by Nick Toogood. (11010428)

3:06pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

A PARISH council is shouting one message loud and clear following a 'tsunami' of planning applications — "Welland is full".

Church stalwart honoured for contribution to the Diocese of Worcester

Evesham Journal: Peter Seward has been awarded the Wulfstan Cross.

2:12pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

A DEDICATED church-goer has received a prestigious award for his contribution to church life in Worcestershire.

Church stalwart honoured for contribution to the Diocese of Worcester

Evesham Journal: Peter Seward has been awarded the Wulfstan Cross.

2:11pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

A DEDICATED church-goer has received a prestigious award for his contribution to church life in Worcestershire.

Pershore River Festival makes a splash

Evesham Journal: People got the chance to test out boats on the river. Picture by Sue Tadman.

12:06pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

DESPITE the abundance of water, Pershore River Festival was certainly not a washout.

Pershore River Festival makes a splash

Evesham Journal: People got the chance to test out boats on the river. Picture by Sue Tadman.

12:05pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

DESPITE the abundance of water, Pershore River Festival was certainly not a washout.

More people needed to join organ donor register as donation numbers fall to lowest level in years

Evesham Journal: DONATE: More than 150 from the region have died waiting for an organ transplant in the last five years.

11:34am Tuesday 21st July 2015

MORE people are being encouraged to sign up to the organ donation register after donor numbers dropped for the first time in years.

Nine couples celebrate golden anniversary in Cradley church

Evesham Journal: The seven couples who attended the service at Cradley Church with Reverend Robert Ward.

10:47am Tuesday 21st July 2015

NOT one, and not two, but nine couples celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a Worcestershire church.

Nine couples celebrate golden anniversary in Cradley church

Evesham Journal: The seven couples who attended the service at Cradley Church with Reverend Robert Ward.

10:46am Tuesday 21st July 2015

NOT one, and not two, but nine couples celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a Worcestershire church.

Martley residents claim "eye-sore adverts" are blot on the "beautiful" village

Evesham Journal: Martley residents are complaining about the advert on BT boxes around Worcestershire. Picture by Paul Jackson. 3015909704

5:26pm Monday 20th July 2015

PEOPLE living in a Worcestershire village say their "beautiful oasis" is being blighted by "eye-sore adverts".

Evesham school says fond farewell to students as summer holidays begin

Evesham Journal: Former Mayor of Evesham and Blackminster student Charlie Homer presents awards to Year 8 pupils.

5:10pm Monday 20th July 2015

STAFF at an Evesham school have bid a fond farewell to their students as the summer holidays begin.

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