Thursday Aug 28
Three in court after Worcestershire burglaries
Daniel Thomas, 24, Ian Finnegan, 34, and Jamie Williams, 24, all from Birmingham, were arrested on Wednesday after burglaries in Worcester, and Drakes Broughton, near Pershore, on Tuesday.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Less chance of meeting the angels at the Angel after heart attack machine installed
St. Catherine's Holdings Limited, which is based in the town's High Street, has ensured its staff are trained in the use of life-saving defibrillators and has even installed a machine at one of its premises to help both employees and the public.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
GCSE success for many across the Vale and Cotswolds
Hugh Chapman, Katherine Wright, Daniel Evans, Sarah Taylor, Benjamin Coley, Emily Brush and Joseph Sandham celebrate at Prince Henry's High School.
Charity dance show this weekend
A CHARITY dance show will be held at Pershore High School this Saturday in aid of the Midlands Air Ambulance and Acorns Children's Hospice.
The Die is Cast by Peter Sedo. Picture courtesy of Peter Sedo.
When David Osborne met Slovakian artist Peter Sedo at a sculpting class in Malvern he was so impressed with his work he commissioned him to create an artwork for his garden.
Four men on bail following mass brawl in Worcester
THE FOUR men which were arrested following the outbreak of a mass-brawl have been confirmed as being from Malvern, Pershore and Evesham.
Black Country Bugle
When soldiers turned weapons into war art
Shell casings by the thousand would pile up rapidly, such was the amount of shelling going on at the height of the war on the Western Front OUT of the death and desolation of the First World War frontline came the most unlikely of things works of art from the men in the thick of it, fashioned from whatever they could get their hands on in those ... (more)
Bank Holiday Fun: Teen rappers Bars and Melody at Upton's Sunshine Festival
THE weather wasn't the greatest, but that didn't stop the fun in Worcestershire this weekend, Your pictures, and ours, tell the story: But in Pershore they ignored the showers... it was plum festival time.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Worcestershire woman gets an early start on Christmas wrapping for charity appeal
CHRISTMAS may still be a few months away, but one woman from Charlton, near Pershore, has already got started on her wrapping.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
GCSE success in the Vale and Cotswolds
There were smiles and a few tears as the results were torn open on Thursday but for the most it was a cause for celebration.
Live blog: GCSE results day
A third of all results were A*s and twenty-seven pupils scored six A*s or more. 98% of girls gained 5 or more grades A* - C including Maths and English with 97% attaining 5 or more grades A* - C including Maths, English and Science, at Malvern St James' Girls School The Chase celebrates its best ever GCSE results after 72 percent of students ... (more)
Wed Aug 20, 2014
First Chief Scout Award presented
PEOPLETON Scout Group awarded its first Chief Scout Award to Kael Baker, a pupil at Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College in Worcester.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Pershore Rotary scores a first
From left - Basil Sellwood, fundraiser Worcester and District branch Parkin FUNDRAISING for Parkinson's UK will get a boost as the charity has joined forces with the Rotary Club of Bredon Hill.
WORK to restore a 16th century Pershore building into a retail and art store is nearing completion.
The Grade 2 listed building in Pershore High Street has been restored by local business woman Sasha Hyde and her specialist contractors, alongside dedicated teams from Wychavon District Council.
Restoration of Grade II building nearing completion
Persora Director Sasha Hyde with the building's original lath which dates back two centuries has now been restored to its former glory.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Patrick Sullivan, Joseph Gisbourne, and Craig Jones.
STUDENTS across the Vale and the Cotswolds were "over the moon" when they opened this year's A Level results.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Empty factory to get new lease of life
AN empty factory in Pinvin will once again become a hive of activity following its purchase by a tableware company.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Care services for handicapped worse than prison, says father
PRISONERS receive better care from the government than handicapped people, says the father of a severely disabled man after the next stage of cuts to adult day care in South Worcestershire were given the nod.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Daughter left "very sad" by treatment at bank
THE daughter of a popular Pershore man who died in June has hit out at the poor service she says she received at Barclays Bank in the town when she tried to close down his account.