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  1. More space for Traveller sites across south Worcestershire to be discussedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Worcester News

    The siting of up to 10 new sites for travellers could be put to Worcestershire residents for their views in Spring. Officers at Worcester, Wychavon and Malvern Hills councils have put forward eight sites to increase the provision for Travellers, in the South Worcestershire Development Plan .

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  2. Ye Olde Talbot HotelRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Droitwich Advertiser

    IT wasn't easy for Pub Spy to find himself a place to eat one recent Monday - the first two places he tried didn't do lunches on Monday, the third didn't do food, full stop. But after a tip-off from an intelligence source, Pub Spy found himself standing outside Ye Olde Talbot Hotel, at the junction of Friar Street and College Street - not to be confused with the Talbot in Barbourne Road, although both are owned by Greene King.

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  3. Jail for dangerous driver Scott Fewtrell who drove wrong way down dual carriagewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Evesham Journal

    A DANGEROUS driver who drove the wrong way down a dual carriageway during a high speed police chase has been jailed. Scott Fewtrell accelerated to more than 100mph and drove the wrong way down the A449 dual carriageway near Worcester, forcing other motorists to take evasive action and leaving some fearing for their lives.

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  4. JAILED: Scott Fewtrell. Photo: West Mercia Police.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Droitwich Advertiser

    A DANGEROUS driver who drove the wrong way down a dual carriageway during a high speed police chase has been jailed. Scott Fewtrell accelerated to more than 100mph and drove the wrong way down the A449 dual carriageway near Worcester, forcing other motorists to take evasive action and leaving some fearing for their lives.

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  5. Talbot offers good value food and efficient serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Worcester News

    IT wasn't easy for Pub Spy to find himself a place to eat one recent Monday - the first two places he tried didn't do lunches on Monday, the third didn't do food, full stop. But after a tip-off from an intelligence source, Pub Spy found himself standing outside Ye Olde Talbot Hotel, at the junction of Friar Street and College Street - not to be confused with the Talbot in Barbourne Road, although both are owned by Greene King.

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  6. Man suffers facial injuries after being threatened with knife Worcester robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Worcester News

    The victim, a man in his 30s, was walking on Stanley Road, when he was approached by three white males who threatened him with a blade. He was knocked to the floor and as a result sustained facial injuries.

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  7. Temporary lights cause traffic woe on London Road, WorcesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Worcester News

    TEMPORARY traffic lights on London Road in Worcester caused traffic problems for rush-hour drivers this morning . The lights were put in place by Severn Trent who were carrying out essential works on a damaged fire hydrant over the weekend.

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  8. Semi-final clash will be tough for Fairfield VillaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Droitwich Advertiser

    FAIRFIELD Villa face a tough test this Saturday when they travel to Upton on Severn side Welland in the Worcester Junior Cup semi-finals. Villa spokesman Paul Oakes is under no illusions of the task ahead, he said: "Welland are flying high in the Gloucestershire Senior League.

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  9. The public will be consulted over plans to allocate more space for Traveller sitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Worcester News

    The siting of up to 10 new sites for travellers could be put to Worcestershire residents for their views in Spring. Officers at Worcester, Wychavon and Malvern Hills councils have put forward eight sites to increase the provision for Travellers, in the South Worcestershire Development Plan .

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  10. Martley and West Malvern win in indoor league openersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Malvern Gazette

    THE Worcestershire Cricket Board Indoor League Worcester competition started for another season with 10-run wins for both Martley and West Malvern. Division Two opened at Royal Grammar School Worcester with Martley beating Rushwick by 10 runs despite playing with only five men.

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  11. Worcester Sunday League: Sebright Arms hit back to beat leaders Spa RoversRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Malvern Gazette

    JUST three matches survived the wet weather in the McDonald's Worcester and District Football League with waterlogged pitches causing the remainder to be postponed. They seemed well on the way to victory after surging 4-1 ahead but a magnificent fightback from Sebright saw the visitors clinch a famous 5-4 triumph.

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  12. Worcester Triathlon Club reveal 2018 race scheduleRead the original story

    Monday | Worcester News

    The popular event, which has been Worcester's season-opener for the past 12 years, consists of four and two-mile runs sandwiching a 18-mile bike section. It is suitable for all abilities with more than 100 racers taking part each year and can give some focus to training during the winter months.

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  13. Camera Club Profile: How Richard's love of pictures led to national...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 21 | Worcester News

    This week it's the turn of Richard Purvis, who started taking pictures as a hobby but within a few short years has ended up making waves with the The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and rubbing shoulders with celebrities like Leo Sayer and Bob Geldof. An electrician by trade, his passion for photography was ignited by a chance opportunity to capture a picture of birds nesting in an unusual place.

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  14. MP Robin Walker opens new Worcester travel agent ArrangeMyEscapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 20 | Worcester News

    A TRAVEL agents is offering two free flights to Qatar following the launch of its new branch in Worcester - with the golden tickets hidden in the city today. ArrangeMyEscape is hiding tickets across the city this morning in celebration of the official opening of its shop in Mealcheapen Street, which took place yesterday.

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  15. Good Samaritan gives 200 to dad fined for communal garden toysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 19 | Worcester News

    Former Worcester City and County Councillor Rob Peachey with Ben Keitch and partner Danielle Newman and their children, Michael, Benjamin and Lily, at their home in Warndon. A GOOD Samaritan has given A 200 to a father-of-three after he was fined A 900 for leaving his children's toys in a communal garden.

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  16. Rail improvements mean better services linking Malvern to LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 19 | Malvern Gazette

    Cllr Tuthill wrote to Mr Hopwood asking him for clarification on the future of through trains between Great Malvern and the Link and Worcester, and the implications of the newly installed "turn-back" siding at Henwick, just across the river from Worcester Foregate Street station. Mr Hopwood said in this letter: "The Henwick turn-back will allow more opportunities to serve Worcester Foregate Street rather than terminating services at Worcester Shrub Hill."

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  17. Friday's traffic and travel reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 18 | Worcester News

    There is slow traffic on the A449 Malvern Road in St John's, Worcester. Drivers are urged to approach with care, amid reports that the traffic lights are not working.

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  18. Fallen trees cause havoc after strong overnight winds batter countyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 18 | Worcester News

    West Mercia Police advised drivers to be careful if out and about, with a number of reports of fallen trees. "Strong winds overnight and lots of reports of trees down.

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  19. Rooftop bar in Worcester gets go-aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 17 | Droitwich Advertiser

    Hanbao, a city burger restaurant and bar, can now demolish the old Toby's Tavern building, in Sansome Street, and build a new A 1million zinc-clad structure with glass walls. The property will also feature a dessert parlour on the ground floor and is due to open to the public towards the start of the summer.

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  20. Worcestershire Education Awards: 2018 edition officially launched - nominations are now openRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 17 | Evesham Journal

    CITY leaders, dignitaries, business heads and past winners came together for the official launch of the 2018 Worcestershire Education Awards. The event, held at the Joel Richards Conference Suite at University of Worcester Severn Campus, saw dozens of sponsors and past winners, celebrate the start of the awards that shine spotlight on the hard work, passion and dedication, across the county's nurseries, schools, colleges and in the wider community.

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