THE area with the biggest rise in coronavirus cases in Evesham has been revealed.

Public Health England (PHE) said 635 new Covid cases have been recorded in Wychavon in the week up to December 9, a drop of 3.9 per cent on the previous week.

Evesham Central, which includes High Street, Avon Street, and Abbey Road, had the highest rise up 350 per cent with 36 new cases recorded that week.

Honeybourne and Littleton, which includes Pebworth Road and Broad Marston Road, is up 90.9 per cent to 42 cases.

Evesham South, which includes Davies Road, Cheltenham Road and Fairfield Road, is up 75 per cent to 35 cases.

Evesham North and Hampton, which stretches from Cheltenham Road to Worcester Road and Greenhill, is up 27.6 per cent to 37 cases.

Harvington, Offenham and Badsey, which includes Bretforton Road, Willersey Road and Evesham Road, is up 6.9 per cent to 31 cases.

Wick, Elmley Castle and Fladbury, including Netherton Lane, Main Street and Throckmorton, is down 2.6 per cent to 38 cases.

Evesham East, which includes Badsey Road and Broadway Road, is down 18.8 per cent to 39 cases.

Broadway, Wickhamford and Sedgeberrow, which includes Bevan Lane, Snowshill Road, and Pitchers Hill, is down 19.2 per cent to 21 cases.

Pershore, including Pensham, Holloway and Station Road, is down 60 per cent to 27 cases.

Meanwhile the latest all settings figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show 10 people from the county died of coronavirus in a week.

The ONS data shows the 10 deaths took place in the week up to December 3.

In comparison nine people from Worcestershire died with Covid-19 mentioned on the death certificate in the previous week.

Two people from Wychavon, which includes Evesham and Pershore, one person from Worcester and one person from Malvern Hills died - all in hospital.

The 10 deaths, in the week up to December 8, means a total of 1,486 have so far died from Covid-19 in 'all settings' in Worcestershire.