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Four taken to hospital after crash at Norton, near Evesham

Wanted man believed to have been in Moreton area

Wanted man believed to have been in Moreton area

Photographer Steve Backshall is encouraging more juniors to enter the OS maps photographic competition

Young snappers sought to put their pics on the map

Riverside Shipping Centre was transformed into a circus extravaganza for they day

Big Top fun proves a popular crowd pleaser

Concerns around speeding near Evesham

Concerns around speeding near Evesham

MP Nigel Huddleston with the pictures from St Egwins CE Middle School students.

Children get creative to reach out to MP

Concerns around anti-social behaviour in Evesham

Concerns around anti-social behaviour in Evesham

Fun football match to be held in memory of stalwart to youth football

Fun football match to be held in memory of stalwart to youth football

Many of Simon Andrews' organs were donated following his death last year.

Mother of motorcycle racer Simon Andrews speaks out about importance of organ donation

Jesse Richards' body has never been found.

"It feels like we are being punished," Lucy Richards pleads for help tracing son's body six years after he was murdered near Evesham

Ebrington Gardening Club's annual garden show takes place on August 8

Green fingers at the ready for Ebrington's annual garden show

Plans for an hour's free parking across Wychavon car parks approved

OCTOBER AND OVERALL WINNER: Blue tit by Pete Cheshire, of Great Witley.

Stunning images win Worcestershire wildlife photography competition

From the left: club owner Glucka Wijesuriya, South African batsman Barry Richards and golf professional Danny Phillips

Charity golf day at Cotswold Club raises £6,000

Jenny Scholes, from Shipston, with her award from Cancer Research UK's Flame of Hope awards after helping to raise more than £300,000 for the charity over the past 30 years.

Shipston resident honoured for helping raise more than £300,000 for cancer charity

Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball has recently underdone hip replacement surgery

Deputy steps in for commissioner following hip surgery

Sleeping resident woken after man broke into her house in Broadway

Sleeping resident woken after man broke into her house in Broadway

Ray and Cherry Stanley on their wedding day, July 23 1955.

Salford Priors couple celebrate 60 years of wedded bliss

Children’s summer swim offer at Cascades Leisure Centre

Aidan Hughes

Gold success for Cotswold teenager

Draft Local Plan documents submitted for examination

Extra funding allocated towards street cleansing work

Views on open spaces sought

Still time to have your say on open spaces

Children at Blockley Nursery School have waited a long time to be able to play in the garden

Nursery children say: "Goodbye scaffolding, hello garden!"

Martin Thomas (business development manager for Tewkesbury School) left, with Mike Fisher (immediate past president and secretary, Old Theocsbrians ) at Tewkesbury Museum with the collection of old Tewkesbury School trophies. Photo by Stuart Purfield.

Long forgotten grammar school trophies see the light of day again

Visitors staying for longer following new parking charges

Ted Annis' widow, Margaret Annis, and his daughter Trudy Burge holding the plaque dedicated to him with the crest of his last ship, HMS Belfast.

Dignitaries gather for annual Sea Sunday service, in Pershore

Ourside Young People's committee members, from the left: Chloe Bailey, Billie Calland, Kathryn Pearson and Geena Egan.

Volunteers sought for Vale youth club

Evesham mayor Fred Kaler, left, standing, with Brompton House care home manager Denise Baker and resident John Bays

Mayor pops in to celebrate National Care Home Day

St Andrew's School headteacher David Coaché receives a cheque for £10,000 from Karen Kasey, right, and Enid Everitt, centre, both members of the Rooftop Community Fund panel, watched by Ms Kasey's son, Billy Harris

Rooftop Housing's generosity helps local primary school with iPad provision

Prime Minister checks on all creatures great and small at new vet centre

Prime Minister checks on all creatures great and small at new vet centre

Henry Cornish Care Centre, Chipping Norton

Prime Minister steps in to row over intermediate care bed provision

The team at the Regal Cinema Evesham are raising funds for the Prader-Willi Syndrome Association.

Cinema to support people born with complex condition

NEW ROLE: Nigel Huddleston is heading up a new cross-party group aimed at reducing VAT for the tourism industry

EXCLUSIVE: County MP campaigning for tourism VAT cut received £5,000 towards election campaign

Fourth sexual attack in Worcester

Fourth sexual attack in Worcester: Woman seriously assaulted in Cranham Drive, Warndon

Sweet welcome to the Vale by village vicar

Crowds watch Ronnie Wright tip ducks into the River Windrush, with Bob Hadley assisting

Rotary duck race proves to be a 'grand' event

Funding pot available for rural tourism businesses

Multi-million pound funding pot available for rural tourism businesses

Abandoned car in Broadway causes concern

CCTV images released following Tewskesbury theft

CCTV images released following Tewskesbury theft

Bakers can have a go a making a lemon drizzle cake

Highlight your handicraft and baking skills at Moreton Show

Ladies' teams get ready to show their strength

Ladies' arm wrestling event is torque of the town

Elegant equestrian entries will grace this year's show

Deadline approaches to enter classes in Moreton Show

Authority reviews is gambling policy

Honeybourne Railway Club secretary Sam Boulter

First a squiffy squirrel, now fake bank note makes its way to Honeybourne Railway Club

Longborough Primary School youngsters are rewarded for their reading skills with a giant slide at the annual barbecue

Epic reading challenge rewarded with giant slide

Mitton celebrates as playground revamp takes a step forwards

Chipping Norton Co-operative store manager Adam Quinton cuts the ribbon to announce its opening watched by deputy manager  and children from the town's Holy Trinity Primary School

Shoppers' feedback creates bespoke Co-operative store

Shipston's supported living home enjoys successful summer fair

TALENTED: Pupils with their art work

A Pebworth school delights villagers with art exhibition

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