Friday Mar 7
NHS Warrington has issued tips for sun worshippers
PEOPLE in Worcester might actually have to reach for the suncream this weekend with temperatures set to soar well into double figures.
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Friday Mar 7
Princesses, puppies and pirates among the characters on display for World Book Day
MAD HATTER: Perdiswell Primary School pupils Mia Mandrell, nine, as Mary Poppins and Ben Sparrow, 11, as the Mad Hatter, for World Book Day.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Pigs fed on dead animals at Worcestershire farm
Animal welfare officers received a complaint from a member of the public, claiming they could see dead sheep in one of the fields at Gould Life Pinvin Poulty Ltd, which sells lamb, pork, bacon, sausages, chickens and eggs and also advertises that it has a number of rare and unusual breeds of animal.
Missing Pershore pensioner is "high risk" case
Christopher Guy Treharne, aged 70, was last seen in Pershore town centre during the afternoon of Sunday, March 2. He was also spoken to on the phone at around noon on Monday.
POLICE are urgently appealing for help to find a 70-year-old man from Pershore who has gone missing.
Christopher Guy Treharne was last seen in Pershore town centre on Sunday, March 2, afternoon and last spoke on the phone to someone at about midday on Monday.
Birds of a feather flock together
FLYING through the air with the greatest of ease thousands of Starlings have been creating a startling spectacle above a Worcestershire village.
W-Factor winners crowned after live contest
This year's W-Factor competition came to a dramatic conclusion at Pershore's Number 8 Community Arts Centre on Monday, March 3 when six youngsters emerged victorious.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Meeting of Evesham and Pershore Neighbourhood Watch
THE Evesham and Pershore Neighbourhood Watch will hold their Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, April 1, in the conservatory at Pershore's Civic Centre in Queen Elizabeth Drive.
Brave Catherine is my inspiration says businesswoman who wants to boost organ donation
A FRIEND of a inspirational young woman who died waiting for a transplant has organised a day to boost awareness of organ donation.
Concert will raise money for volunteer centres
FUNDS will be raised for the Worcester and Pershore Volunteer Centres during a concert starring Bob Brolly, the award winning BBC Radio personality and Irish singer plus well-known comedian Don Maclean at Pershore's Number 8 Community Arts Centre on Friday, March 21 at 7.30pm.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Pershore councillors hit out at plans to expand town
PERSHORE will be grid-locked if extra provision for hundreds of new homes approved to be developed in the town is not put into place, councillors have warned.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Pershore Pride card announces February's winner
The draw for the town's loyalty card took place on Friday, February 28, at Sedgeberrow Books in Pershore High Street.
Drivers urged to slow down outside school
Pictured Back row - Simon West, Harriett Baldwin MP, Laura Christopher, Zoe Jenkins and Molly Hanson.Front row - Harriet Christopher and Lucy Dyer.
a Pershore-based barbershop chorus is celebrating after picking up their first trophy of the year.
Vale Harmony Barbershop Chorus was awarded The Simpson Trophy in the Adult Choir category at the Dudley Festival of Music, Drama and Dance on Saturday.
Police link series of burglaries in Pershore and Bredon
A SERIES of burglaries in Pershore and Bredon which all happened on the same day last week are being linked by police.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
More than A 3,500 raised in Croome Court buy-a-brick appeal
MORE than A 3,500 has been raised in an appeal towards the restoration of a wing of a historic building near Pershore.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Angry residents call for clamp down on rat run
ANGRY residents living in a Pershore road used as a rat run have called for action to be taken to stop drivers speeding down the access only route.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
The starlings in full flight, spotted near the Courtyard in Hereford.
PEOPLE are making a beeline for Eckington, near Pershore, to see one of the British countryside's most spectacular sights.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Concert in Pershore
The orchestra's spring concert will be conducted by Neil Aston and will begin at 2.30pm on Saturday, March 8. The afternoon starts with the Sorcerer's Apprentice by Dukas, followed by Mozart's delicate concerto for Flute and Harp performed by international harpist, Jemima Phillips and Worcester Philharmonic Orchestra's own flautist, Jane Charles.
"Life has changed completely" - six months on for X Factor's Giles
IT WAS just six months ago that teenager Giles Potter was watched by millions stepping into the audition room of the X Factor .