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Pets At Home store opens in Ludlow

Tewkesbury Admag: Store manager Jes Preen with first customers Juliana Ferguson and Amy Lambert along with Rory the rabbit at the opening of Pets At Home. Photos: Mark Bowen.

10:19am Friday 31st October 2014

THE new Pets At Home store has opened in Ludlow.

Council capital programme debt could top £200 million by 2018

Tewkesbury Admag: Hereford Shirehall

11:49am Friday 31st October 2014

Key committee to hear of further capital programme borrowing needs

Zoo animals tuck into tasty treats this Halloween

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10:31am Friday 31st October 2014

THE animals at Dudley Zoo have been getting into the Halloween spirit by tucking into tasty pumpkin treats.

Thousands of illegal cigarettes found secreted in a Hereford shop

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10:07am Friday 31st October 2014

Shop raid reveals nearly 100,000 cigarettes stashed in a hidden counter compartment, soft drink crates, and behind a false wall.

Government under fire ahead of firefighters strike

Tewkesbury Admag: FIRE TALK: Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service has assured county councillors that a move to Bridgend would have "no impact" on the use of Welsh.

9:00am Friday 31st October 2014

A WEST Midlands rescue service leader has accused the Government of playing "Russian roulette" with public safety as firefighters prepare for a four-day strike from tonight (Friday).

Concerns grow for missing Halesowen woman

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9:00am Friday 31st October 2014

Concerns are growing for a Halesowen woman who has gone missing from home.

Family return from 20 month South American adventure

Tewkesbury Admag: Steve and Pippa Genner with Henry (left) and Charlie in Nicaragua.

8:07am Friday 31st October 2014

A DAD says his family's 20 month adventure through South America has given his two children a "priceless" life experience.

Halesowen Jobcentre goes digital

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8:00am Friday 31st October 2014

OLD-fashioned ‘signing-on’, job cards in windows, and Full Monty-style dole queues have been consigned to the past as Halesowen Jobcentre is among those to undergo a digital revolution.

Small fuel spillage

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12:44pm Friday 31st October 2014

EVESHAM firefighters were called to deal with a small amount of fuel, which has been spilled from a vehicle in the layby on the A46 near the Beckford Inn, near Evesham, on Thursday at 4.38pm.

Saw stolen from unit

Tewkesbury Admag: Motorbike stolen from Stourport garage

12:36pm Friday 31st October 2014

A HUSQVARNA saw was stolen from a unit in Mill Lane, Wyre Piddle, near Pershore.

Ludlow pub helped by redundant buildings grant

Tewkesbury Admag: Jane and Tim Vaughan are pictured at The Queens with Caroline Cattle.

12:36pm Friday 31st October 2014

A PUB in Ludlow has benefitted from an improvement grant scheme to help businesses.

Bike stolen

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12:33pm Friday 31st October 2014

A CARRERA Vulcan bike was stolen from the garden of a property at Pershore College in Avon Bank, Pershore, sometime between 8.10am and 8.13am on Monday, October 27.

Power tools stolen in theft

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12:33pm Friday 31st October 2014

A METAL container was broken into and a large quantity of power tools were stolen during a theft in Long Lane, Throckmorton, near Pershore.

Power tools stolen in theft

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12:30pm Friday 31st October 2014

A METAL container was broken into and a large quantity of power tools were stolen during a theft in Long Lane, Throckmorton, near Pershore.

Catalytic converter thefts in Pershore

Tewkesbury Admag: Ledbury police officer charged with two counts of misconduct

12:27pm Friday 31st October 2014

TWO catalytic converters have been stolen from vehicles in Pershore.

Hereford pubwatch commended at national level

Tewkesbury Admag: Nick Semper, Dan Guerche, Paul Neades and Jim Mooney

12:27pm Friday 31st October 2014

A HEREFORD pub scheme created to keep the town centre's night time scene safe has come second in a national award.

Catalytic converter thefts in Pershore

Tewkesbury Admag: Ledbury police officer charged with two counts of misconduct

12:24pm Friday 31st October 2014

TWO catalytic converters have been stolen from vehicles in Pershore.

Fluffy yellow purse and sat nav stolen in theft

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12:21pm Friday 31st October 2014

A TOM Tom sat nav and a yellow fluffy purse were stolen from a vehicle parked in Corbett Avenue, Droitwich, between 10pm on Thursday, October 23, and 4.50pm the next day.

Do you have any information on theft?

Tewkesbury Admag: Ledbury police officer charged with two counts of misconduct

12:18pm Friday 31st October 2014

THIEVES stole a number of items from a property in Webb Drive, Wychbold, near Droitwich.

Bromsgrove branch of genealogy society holding talk on nailmaking

12:13pm Friday 31st October 2014

BROMSGROVE's branch of the Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy and Heraldry its holding is next meeting on Tuesday, November 11.

Heating oil stolen

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12:00pm Friday 31st October 2014

HEATING oil was stolen from a tank at a property in Addis Lane, Cutnall Green, near Droitwich, between 11pm on Thursday, October 24 and 8.30am the next day.

Presteigne author publishes book about his charity work in small African village

Tewkesbury Admag: Peter Hudson in Kenieba fields

11:55am Friday 31st October 2014

A PRESTEIGNE man has released a novel about his development work in an African village he has visited 20 times.

Driving ban for Kidderminster man

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11:55am Friday 31st October 2014

A KIDDERMINSTER man was handed a year-long driving ban at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court yesterday.

Nursing home resident died after refusing treatment

11:45am Friday 31st October 2014

A NURSING home resident refused treatment after she sustained a fracture to her femur an inquest heard.

Make sure you register to vote

11:42am Friday 31st October 2014

PEOPLE over the age of 18 in Droitwich are being reminded that they may need to re-apply to register to vote, or they could risk losing out on a vote in next year’s general election.

Exhibition of retirement home developer's plans for Alvechurch land

Tewkesbury Admag: An aerial view of the area proposed for development in Alvechurch. SP

11:40am Friday 31st October 2014

RESIDENTS, businesses and local councillors will have an opportunity to shape new homes for older people and improved community sports facilities in Alvechurch, as McCarthy & Stone holds a public exhibition to display its early proposals for land at Birmingham Road, Alvechurch.

Second draft planning consultation for Chipping Campden site

11:27am Friday 31st October 2014

A SECOND consultation to discuss draft proposals for the residential development of land at Aston Road, Chipping Campden, is to take place on November 6 in the town hall from 3pm until 7.30pm.

Protestors vow to continue Tesco battle

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11:31am Friday 31st October 2014

CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to continue fighting supermarket giant Tesco and stop a new store being built on the site of an Areley Kings pub.

Flooding fears over proposed removal of defence barriers

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11:25am Friday 31st October 2014

A BEWDLEY resident fears the town could be plunged into the “dark ages” if barriers designed to protect properties from flooding are removing.

Rednal man receives volunteering award from Prime Minister

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11:20am Friday 31st October 2014

A REDNAL marketing consultant who uses performance to raise social awareness is the latest winner of a new volunteering award.

Purple light of hope on the Guildhall in Worcester

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11:14am Friday 31st October 2014

THE purple light of hope will be on the Guildhall in Worcester as the building is bathed in a glow that aims to promote awareness of pancreatic cancer.

Breaking news Appeal date into 70 new Broadway homes

11:00am Friday 31st October 2014

A CONTROVERSIAL planning application for 70 houses on an area of outstanding natural beauty in Broadway is to be determined at appeal.

Creativity comes first for county companies at free business breakfast

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10:49am Friday 31st October 2014

THE importance of being creative in business will be the topic of conversation at a free breakfast meeting taking place in Worcester in November.

Theft sentence hearing adjourned for second week

10:47am Friday 31st October 2014

A SENTENCE hearing for a woman guilty of stealing a toy from a Kidderminster supermarket has been adjourned for another week.

Cotswold Way marker stone laying ceremony

10:43am Friday 31st October 2014

THE unveiling of a hand-carved marker stone to highlight the northern end of the Cotswold Way trail is due to take place at the Old Market Hall, Chipping Campden, on Saturday November 8 at 12 noon.

Could county be greenest in country

Tewkesbury Admag: Paul Etheridge, library manager, joins Cllr Anthony Blagg, cabinet member for environment, at St John's Library earlier this year to mark the installation of energy-saving Solar PV panels.

10:43am Friday 31st October 2014

THE green credentials of Worcestershire County Council have been recognised and have put the authority in line for a nation award.

Hospital trust still under pressure as winter approaches

Tewkesbury Admag: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

10:31am Friday 31st October 2014

THE amount of patients in Worcestershire who have been waiting longer than 18 weeks for an operation currently stands at 1,839 – despite hospital bosses having pledged to clear the backlog by September.

Hospital trust still under pressure as winter approaches

Tewkesbury Admag: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

10:29am Friday 31st October 2014

THE amount of patients in Worcestershire who have been waiting longer than 18 weeks for an operation currently stands at 1,839 – despite hospital bosses having pledged to clear the backlog by September.

Hospital trust still under pressure as winter approaches

Tewkesbury Admag: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

10:29am Friday 31st October 2014

THE amount of patients in Worcestershire who have been waiting longer than 18 weeks for an operation currently stands at 1,839 – despite hospital bosses having pledged to clear the backlog by September.

Hospital trust still under pressure as winter approaches

Tewkesbury Admag: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

10:29am Friday 31st October 2014

THE amount of patients in Worcestershire who have been waiting longer than 18 weeks for an operation currently stands at 1,839 – despite hospital bosses having pledged to clear the backlog by September.

Hospital trust still under pressure as winter approaches

Tewkesbury Admag: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

10:29am Friday 31st October 2014

THE amount of patients in Worcestershire who have been waiting longer than 18 weeks for an operation currently stands at 1,839 – despite hospital bosses having pledged to clear the backlog by September.

Hospital trust still under pressure as winter approaches

Tewkesbury Admag: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

10:29am Friday 31st October 2014

THE amount of patients in Worcestershire who have been waiting longer than 18 weeks for an operation currently stands at 1,839 – despite hospital bosses having pledged to clear the backlog by September.

Droitwich schoolchildren learn the importance of communication skills

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10:20am Friday 31st October 2014

DROITWICH schoolchildren were encouraged to put their pens and pencils down earlier this month as part of a national event promoting the importance of communications skills.

Big Dogs Breakfast at Redditch store

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10:00am Friday 31st October 2014

STORE colleagues at the Pets at Home store in Redditch are hosting a breakfast event to raise money for Dogs for the Disabled. Part of a national initiative, the Big Dogs Breakfast will take place in store on Sunday, November 2 at 9am, an hour before opening. The store team is inviting the local community to enjoy a hot beverage and some breakfast treats, with or without their dog, in return for a small donation. All funds raised on the day will be donated to Dogs for the Disabled, which works to change lives by creating exceptional partnerships between children and adults living with disability and specially trained assistance dogs.

Artwork adorns historic Hereford building's renovation work

Tewkesbury Admag: CJR Heritage are renovating The Old Mayor's Parlour on Church Street, Hereford. 
Colin & Joe Richards working on the panels at the front of the building. 1444_11001 (12124731)

9:54am Friday 31st October 2014

A BUILDING site has been made into a work of art while an historic part of Hereford is renovated.

Town museum to turn purple in support of World Pancreatic Cancer Day

Tewkesbury Admag: 3414679402 Paul Jackson 19.08.14 Evesham - Sandra Francis who has managed to get her petition to be discussed in parliament, she is also organising a private screening of Dirty Dancing at The Regal to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer Action. (9470810)

9:39am Friday 31st October 2014

THE colour purple will take on a whole new meaning this November as places around the world are illuminated in a bid to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer.

Two public defibrillators for Dymock.

9:26am Friday 31st October 2014

DYMOCK will have two public defibrillators in the village by Christmas, with one on the wall of the Parish Hall on another in their village's old telephone kiosk, close to Well House Garage.

New card store to open in Hereford

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9:08am Friday 31st October 2014

A NEW greetings card shop will open in Hereford tomorrow.

Manager’s Great Wall charity trek

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9:00am Friday 31st October 2014

THE manager of Kidderminster’s Homebase store called her charity trek across the Great Wall of China a “phenomenal experience”.






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