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Bromsgrove – The New Night Out!

Bromsgrove – The New Night Out!

Bromsgrove has lacked any real substance with regards to its night life for far too long. For a town of over 30,000 people and over 90,000 for the… Read more »

5 Unique Worcestershire Food Experiences

5 Unique Worcestershire Food Experiences

There’s lots of great places to eat in Worcestershire, although some are a little quirkier than others. Here are 5 places you may not have thought about… Read more »

The Best New Burgers in Worcester

The Best New Burgers in Worcester

Prior to Spring 2016 Worcester’s burger scene was pretty much non existent. 18 months later and several burger places have popped up around the city centre. I’ve… Read more »

New Worcester Restaurants to Try

New Worcester Restaurants to Try

It’s early summer and already 4 brand new restaurants have popped up in Worcester this year, with several more opening over the coming months we are spoilt… Read more »

The Best Beer Gardens in Worcestershire

The Best Beer Gardens in Worcestershire

Scaling from the immense city of Worcester to the quaint hamlet of Oldwood, the vibrant town of Droitwich Spa to the delightful village of Ombersley, there is… Read more »

Top 10 Best Things to do in Worcester

Top 10 Best Things to do in Worcester

Enriched with a remarkable past and an inviting future, the city of Worcester is deep within the West Midlands and captivates visitors with its beautiful, Tudor architecture… Read more »

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Singers invited to learn a Beethoven classic at  one-day Worcester choral workshop

Singers invited to learn a Beethoven classic at one-day Worcester choral workshop

A ‘Come and Sing’ one day workshop being held in the magnificent surroundings of Worcester Cathedral on Saturday 6th April will give keen singers of all kinds a thrilling opportunity to learn and perform a classic choral masterwork. Hosted by… Read more »

Mendelssohn’s choral blockbuster Elijah comes to Worcester Cathedral for first time in 16 years

Mendelssohn’s choral blockbuster Elijah comes to Worcester Cathedral for first time in 16 years

One of the region’s most accomplished choirs, Worcester Festival Choral Society, will be performingMendelssohn’s masterwork Elijah in the imposing surroundings of Worcester Cathedral on Saturday 23 March. The 150-strong choir, accompanied by the Meridian Sinfonia symphony… Read more »

Kingfisher Shopping Centre prepares for UKs first accessible shopping day

Kingfisher Shopping Centre prepares for UKs first accessible shopping day

Kingfisher Shopping Centre has announced it will join retailers across the nation in marking Purple Tuesday, the UK’s first accessible shopping day. Tuesday 13th November 2018 will see Kingfisher officially… Read more »

Worcester Festival Choral Society Concerts and events 2018-19

Worcester Festival Choral Society Concerts and events 2018-19

Worcester Festival Choral Society – one of the region’s leading choirs – is pleased to announce details of its concerts and singing events for the 2018-19 season*…. Read more »

Worcestershire Foodie Card Plans to Boost local Food and Drink Businesses

Worcestershire Foodie Card Plans to Boost local Food and Drink Businesses

A new membership card has been launched this week for food and drink lovers in Worcestershire to make savings across the county. The Worcestershire Foodies Card has… Read more »

Scottish troubadour to showcase new single at Upton Blues Festival

Scottish troubadour to showcase new single at Upton Blues Festival

SCOTTISH alt.blues troubadour Dave Arcari returns to Upton-upon-Severn to appear at Upton Blues Festival’s Big Top stage on Saturday 21 July (6pm) as part of an ongoing tour to promote his latest single. Whisky Trail reveals another… Read more »