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Volunteers with head for heights needed to man Sky Cafe

Evesham Journal: Volunteer Lucy Hadley points out features on Croome Court's rooftop. Picture by Tracey Blackwell.

10:36am Tuesday 21st April 2015

AN estate near Pershore is looking for people with a head for heights to volunteer in a room with a view.

Volunteers with head for heights needed to man Sky Cafe

Evesham Journal: Volunteer Lucy Hadley points out features on Croome Court's rooftop. Picture by Tracey Blackwell.

10:35am Tuesday 21st April 2015

AN estate near Pershore is looking for people with a head for heights to volunteer in a room with a view.

Man "staggered" in to traffic in effort to run away from police, court heard

3:35pm Monday 20th April 2015

A JUDGE warned a Malvern man the courts would "lose patience" with him if he didn't control his drinking.

Man drank two pints of beer and one glass of wine before driving

2:34pm Monday 20th April 2015

POLICE discovered a man had been driving while over the drink-drive limit when they stopped him after suspecting he wasn't wearing a seatbelt.

"I still get nervous before every show," admits Jason Donovan ahead of Malvern performance

Evesham Journal: Jason Donovan (left) performs alongside Raymond Coulthard in the King's Speech. Picture by Hugo Glendinning.

5:59pm Saturday 18th April 2015

HAVING been born in its namesake, Jason Donovan should feel right at home when he visits Malvern at the end of the month.

"I still get nervous before every show," admits Jason Donovan ahead of Malvern performance

Evesham Journal: Jason Donovan (left) performs alongside Raymond Coulthard in the King's Speech. Picture by Hugo Glendinning.

5:58pm Saturday 18th April 2015

HAVING been born in its namesake, Jason Donovan should feel right at home when he visits Malvern at the end of the month.

Take a hike for heart charity

5:35pm Friday 17th April 2015

A MIDLANDS-based charity is calling on people to take part in a hike in the Yorkshire Dales to help raise vital funds.

Take a walk with Hub group

5:00pm Friday 17th April 2015

PEOPLE can take a walk with the Lyppard Hub Walking Group every Tuesday morning from 9.45am.

County woman hopes TV dream will become reality for her new comedy drama

Evesham Journal: A clip from Kidz Time TV.

4:40pm Friday 17th April 2015

A WORCESTERSHIRE woman is hoping the public will get behind her plans of making her own TV show a reality.

Have you seen this missing monkey?

Evesham Journal: The missing monkey.

4:04pm Friday 17th April 2015

HAVE you seen this cheeky monkey?

New play area gets grand opening in Littleworth

Evesham Journal: Children from Norton Juxta Kempsey Primary School enjoy the new play area. Picture by John Anyon. 1615860704

3:55pm Friday 17th April 2015

IT'S all fun and games at a new play area just outside of Worcester.

Record Store Day to be celebrated in Worcester tomorrow

Evesham Journal: Manager of Rise Records, Tom George, is looking forward to Record Store Day on Saturday. Picture by John Anyon. 16158612

2:18pm Friday 17th April 2015

LOCAL musicians will take over a Worcester shopping centre today.

Worcester artist "very grateful" for support from the stars

Evesham Journal: The painting Aymi Duignan did for Nicki Minaj.

1:38pm Friday 17th April 2015

IT'S every artist's dream to be able to make a living from their art — and to boast a list of celebrity clientele is just a bonus.

Celebrate VE Day with dance

12:03pm Friday 17th April 2015

A BALLROOM, Latin and Sequence dance event will be held at St John's Sports Centre in Worcester in celebration of VE Day.

New medical centre given the green light by planning committee

12:24pm Thursday 16th April 2015

SHIPSTON will get the new medical centre it "urgently" needs after councillors gave it the green light at a meeting last night.

More accurate reflection of speeding in Warndon Villages revealed

Evesham Journal: Around 5,488 vehicles were found to be breaking the speed limit when travelling through Warndon Villages over 11 days in March.

12:02pm Thursday 16th April 2015

MORE than 5,000 drivers were found to be breaking the speed limit when travelling through Warndon Villages during two weeks in March.

Men seen acting suspiciously in Upton

10:56am Thursday 16th April 2015

TWO men were seen acting suspiciously in Minge Lane, Upton-upon-Severn, on Tuesday.

Find out more about future care

10:16am Thursday 16th April 2015

WORCESTER residents can find out more about planning care for the future.

Easter treat for Warndon residents

Evesham Journal: Crystal Price, aged 11, Shanade Hill, aged 10, Lisa Cross from Nexus as the Easter Bunny with Toby Taylor, aged 8 and Abigail Price, aged 12.

10:05am Thursday 16th April 2015

RESIDENTS living in a Worcester street received a special Easter visitor earlier this month.

Youth Club make the most of the sunshine with activity day

Evesham Journal: Members of the youth club have a go at kayaking.

9:27am Thursday 16th April 2015

MEMBERS of a Worcester youth club made the most of the sunshine on Saturday.

Patriotic party for St George's Day

9:01am Thursday 16th April 2015

A PATRIOTIC party will be held in Worcester's Huntingdon Hall on Thursday, April 23.

Kidderminster man fined for fly-tipping

8:37am Thursday 16th April 2015

A COURT has fined a Worcestershire man £4,000 for fly-tipping.

Busy county road to close overnight

5:24pm Wednesday 15th April 2015

A BUSY Worcestershire road will be closed overnight for four nights next week.

Train to become a social worker with the council

3:51pm Wednesday 15th April 2015

WORCESTERSHIRE County Council is offering people the chance to break in to social work.

Road closed following chemical spillage in Droitwich

2:48pm Wednesday 15th April 2015

A ROAD had to be closed following a chemical spillage in Droitwich on Tuesday night.

Millions to be spent on resurfacing Worcestershire roads in coming months

Evesham Journal: The £3.95million Worcestershire County Council highways improvement scheme, which will see more than 150 miles of surface upgraded over the coming months, began rolling on Saturday.

1:22pm Wednesday 15th April 2015

A SCHEME which will see millions of pounds spent improving almost 300 roads around the county is now underway.

More than 300 people sign petition against proposed solar farm near Wichenford

5:56pm Tuesday 14th April 2015

MORE than 300 people have signed a petition against plans for a solar farm in the Worcestershire countryside.

Friend of woman killed in Shambles backs calls for tighter restrictions on vehicle access to city centre

Evesham Journal: Sylvia Russell and Len Presley.

12:38pm Tuesday 14th April 2015

A FRIEND of a woman who died after she was hit by a rubbish lorry in Worcester City Centre has backed calls for tighter restrictions on vehicles driving through the area.

Delve in to history of your home

4:08pm Monday 13th April 2015

PEOPLE can delve in to the history of the house they live in, or another historic building, at the Hive library in Worcester.

More good weather on its way following weekend dip

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3:25pm Monday 13th April 2015

SUN-seekers can rejoice as Worcestershire gets set to hot up again.

Date set for summer fete

5:13pm Friday 10th April 2015

THE date has been set for the 11th Warndon Villages summer fete.

Owning a 'best' crockery set and buying a house are signs of 'financial adulthood', survey finds

4:47pm Friday 10th April 2015

OWNING a ‘best’ crockery set, cooking from scratch and no longer relying on the bank of mum and dad are some of the signs of becoming an adult, according to the results of a survey.

Families flock to Splashpad to make most of warm weather

Evesham Journal: The Splashpad was busy on Friday. Picture by John Anyon. 15158576

2:16pm Friday 10th April 2015

FAMILIES flocked to a Worcester park to enjoy what is left of the sunshine beneath the water fountains.

Beautiful sunset over Worcestershire follows wonderful week of weather

Evesham Journal: The sunset over Worcestershire. Picture by Gareth Dalley.

2:09pm Friday 10th April 2015

A BEAUTIFUL few days were topped off in Worcestershire with a stunning sunset on Wednesday night.

More than 300 Easter eggs donated to ill children in Worcester

Evesham Journal: Funeral directors Ian Howard and Anna Muratore with Joy Powell, from Worcestershire Royal Hospital's children's ward.

1:01pm Friday 10th April 2015

THREE local funeral directors joined forces to collect Easter goodies for ill children in Worcester.

Young Farmers County Show prepares for 67th year

12:36pm Friday 10th April 2015

YOUNG farmers will go head to head in a bake off, a tug of war and other competitions at the upcoming County Show.

Bookshop in need of volunteers

12:09pm Friday 10th April 2015

THE Daisychain Benevolent Fund bookshop in St John's, Worcester, needs volunteers.

Swimming pool to be made more environmentally friendly

11:39am Friday 10th April 2015

THE managers of Tenbury Swimming Pool are investing £200,000 in to making the pool more environmentally friendly.

Sign of the times? Centre warns of dangers of "slippery magnolia petals"

Evesham Journal: The sign. Picture by Daniel Daniels.

2:49pm Thursday 9th April 2015

IS this a sign that health and safety has gone mad?

Anger at rubbish dumped along stretch of road in Rushwick

Evesham Journal: The rubbish left along Claphill Lane in Rushwick.

11:01am Thursday 9th April 2015

A FARMER has spoken of his anger at rubbish being dumped along a stretch of road near Worcester — and at how long it may take to get it cleaned up.

Families needed to host Italian students

Evesham Journal: Last year's students, who took part in the trip from Bologna to Worcester.

10:42am Thursday 9th April 2015

FAMILIES are needed to host Italian students when they come to study in Worcester in July.

Residents have to leave homes while "structural problems" are fixed at properties on Henwick Road

Evesham Journal: Work is being carried out at three houses on Henwick Road.

8:37pm Wednesday 8th April 2015

PEOPLE living in a set of houses along a main Worcester road have had to move out of their homes while structural problems are fixed.

Join in with dog walk to raise charity awareness

4:13pm Wednesday 8th April 2015

MORE than 100 dogs and their owners will descend on a National Trust property near Droitwich for a charity's Great British Dog Walk this Sunday.

World Book Night shrouded in mystery at the Hive

Evesham Journal: SHINY: The £60m Hive in Worcester, which has transformed library services in the city.

4:01pm Wednesday 8th April 2015

THE Hive library in Worcester is hosting a mystery-themed World Book Night on Thursday, April 23.

Charity football match to be held in memory of "amazing young man"

Evesham Journal: Scott Allden.

3:45pm Wednesday 8th April 2015

THE friends of a young Worcester man who died earlier this year are preparing a fitting fundraiser in his memory.

Volunteer raises funds for hospice in lieu of anniversary gifts

Evesham Journal: (From left) Jo Watson, hospice administrator, with Jayne Charles, community fundraising officer and Pauline and Tony Price.

5:49pm Tuesday 7th April 2015

A HOSPICE volunteer raised more than £1,000 after asking guests to give donations rather than gifts at her Golden Anniversary party.

Worcester buffet closes its doors

Evesham Journal: Worcester buffet closes its doors

4:13pm Tuesday 7th April 2015

A WORCESTER buffet has closed its doors after less than a year of trading.

Local dance group receives huge boost in lottery funding

Evesham Journal: LADYBIRD: Children performing the Lovely Bugs aerial dance at Gheluvelt Park at a previous everyBODY Dance event. Picture by John Anyon. 2814647704

4:09pm Friday 3rd April 2015

A GROUP which encourages people of all abilities and skills to get dancing has received a huge boost in lottery funding.

Prepare for ten mile walk with ramblers

3:04pm Friday 3rd April 2015

A TEN mile walk from Little Witley through Martley is up next for the Worcester Ramblers.

More than 60 stalls already on board for Malvern Food Festival

Evesham Journal: 'Monsieur Doo' kept the crowds entertained with his culinary capers at the last Malvern Food Festival. Picture by Nick Toogood. 2214607309.

2:20pm Friday 3rd April 2015

SIXTY stalls have already signed up to grab a spot at the upcoming Great Malvern Food Festival.

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