Biggest ride out ever in Halesowen raises £1,700 for cancer charity

Cotswold Journal:

2:41pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

HUNDREDS of bikers revved up for the biggest ride out ever in Halesowen on Sunday in honour of a Colley Gate cancer victim.

Epic eating challenge raises money

Cotswold Journal:

12:24pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A BELLY-busting fundraiser organised by the family of Josh Jones, who died in a tragic accident in May, was “absolutely amazing”.

Foodie fun at Merry Hill

Cotswold Journal:

1:00pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

MERRY Hill has launched its Great Taste campaign—a month-long celebration of all things food.

Halesowen taxi firm gears up for charity match

1:17pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

TAXI drivers from Halesowen are hoping to score the winning goal in an annual charity football competition on Sunday.

Blackheath trip to national memorial

12:45pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

AN annual pilgrimage to the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire is being organised by Blackheath’s Royal British Legion.

Sing the Songs from the Shows in Blackheath

12:17pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

UNFORGETTABLE songs from the golden age of theatre are being performed in Blackheath this month.

Flower demo in Halesowen

11:57am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A FLOWER demonstration on the theme Allsorts will be given by expert Robin Cobb, from Derby, at the next meeting of Halesowen Flower Club on Thursday7 September 11 at the library’s Shenstone Theatre, at 7.30pm. Tickets are £4.50 and visitors are welcome.

Volunteers sought for hay raking at the Leasowes

11:30am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

VOLUNTEERS are being sought to help maintain and improve the wildflower meadowes at The Leasowes.

Flower power boost by Halesowen pubs

Cotswold Journal:

11:19am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

TWO Halesowen pubs joined forces to boost a project helping people with learning disabilities.

Fears up to 400,000 tonnes of waste could be processed at proposed Brierley Hill waste plant

Cotswold Journal: Artist's impression of the Clean Power recycling centre proposed for Brierley Hill

11:00am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

CAMPAIGNERS have raised fears up to 400,000 tonnes of waste could be processed at a proposed Brierley Hill recycling plant.

Society set to celebrate 60 years of show

Cotswold Journal:

7:00am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

ALL members of the family, whether plant and flower enthusiasts or not, are set to be catered for at Kidderminster Horticultural Society’s 60th annual show.

Borough bus drivers to take on police in charity football match

Cotswold Journal:

9:00am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

BOROUGH bus drivers will step out from behind the wheel and onto the pitch when they take part in a charity football match.

Stourbridge nursery to raise funds for CLIC Sargent

Cotswold Journal:

8:00am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A STOURBRIDGE nursery is hosting a fete to raise funds for a children's cancer charity.

European Chainsaw Carving Championships come to Ragley

Cotswold Journal: Will Lees’ 2012 winning sculpture 'Three Bears In a Boat.'

2:50pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

THE European Chainsaw Carving Championships will take place in the Ragley Estate as part of APF 2014, the UK’s largest forestry, woodland, trees and timber show.

Cox's Lane factory will be demolished for housing

2:49pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A DISUSED furniture factory in Cradley Heath is set to be demolished to make way for housing.

Worcester MP welcomes £160m Cancer Drugs Fund boost

Cotswold Journal: Weight loss can cut your cancer risk, says Yorkshire cancer charity

2:39pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

WORCESTER'S MP has welcomed a £160 million funding boost for cancer treatment - saying it is "vitally important".

Summer ball raises £4,030 towards cancer treatment machine

Cotswold Journal: Francine and Adel Makar, consultant urologist with Cherie Taylor and Michael and Margaret Bosson at the urology summer ball

2:05pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

UROLOGY staff from Worcestershire put on their dance shoes to raise £4,030 towards a campaign to buy a state-of-the-art surgical robot for cancer patients in the county.

Summer ball raises £4,030 towards cancer treatment machine

Cotswold Journal: Francine and Adel Makar, consultant urologist with Cherie Taylor and Michael and Margaret Bosson at the urology summer ball

2:05pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

UROLOGY staff from Worcestershire put on their dance shoes to raise £4,030 towards a campaign to buy a state-of-the-art surgical robot for cancer patients in the county.

Summer ball raises £4,030 towards cancer treatment machine

Cotswold Journal: Francine and Adel Makar, consultant urologist with Cherie Taylor and Michael and Margaret Bosson at the urology summer ball

2:05pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

UROLOGY staff from Worcestershire put on their dance shoes to raise £4,030 towards a campaign to buy a state-of-the-art surgical robot for cancer patients in the county.

Summer ball raises £4,030 towards cancer treatment machine

Cotswold Journal: Francine and Adel Makar, consultant urologist with Cherie Taylor and Michael and Margaret Bosson at the urology summer ball

2:04pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

UROLOGY staff from Worcestershire put on their dance shoes to raise £4,030 towards a campaign to buy a state-of-the-art surgical robot for cancer patients in the county.

Summer ball raises £4,030 towards cancer treatment machine

Cotswold Journal: Francine and Adel Makar, consultant urologist with Cherie Taylor and Michael and Margaret Bosson at the urology summer ball

2:02pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

UROLOGY staff from Worcestershire put on their dance shoes to raise £4,030 towards a campaign to buy a state-of-the-art surgical robot for cancer patients in the county.

Summer ball raises £4,030 towards cancer treatment machine

Cotswold Journal: Francine and Adel Makar, consultant urologist with Cherie Taylor and Michael and Margaret Bosson at the urology summer ball

2:02pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

UROLOGY staff from Worcestershire put on their dance shoes to raise £4,030 towards a campaign to buy a state-of-the-art surgical robot for cancer patients in the county.

Join Droitwich Arts Network and find out what's going on in town

1:52pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

DROITWICH Arts Network (DAN) is holding its next meeting on Thursday, September 25 at Park’s Cafe in Victoria Square, from 7.15pm.

Redditch teens arrested following series of phone scams

1:48pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A TRIO of teenagers from Redditch have been arrested following a series of fraud incidents in the town last week.

Plea to help charity continue its vital work

Cotswold Journal: Vote for us: Wendy Stokes and Wendy Pickford from Carers Careline. Buy this photo RMM361401b at redditchadvertiser.co.uk/pictures or call 01384 358000

1:20pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A REDDITCH charity is calling on residents to help it win a cash boost so it can carry on its vital work.

Cradley inventor comes up with vacuum cleaner attachment

Cotswold Journal: 3614688803 Paul Jackson 01.09.14 Cradley - Alan Julier has modified a vacuum cleaner attachment to make it easier to unclog. (9869470)

1:08pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A RETIRED engineer and cancer survivor from Worcestershire has invented an innovative way to keep vacuum cleaners from losing suction.

Cradley inventor comes up with vacuum cleaner attachment

Cotswold Journal: 3614688803 Paul Jackson 01.09.14 Cradley - Alan Julier has modified a vacuum cleaner attachment to make it easier to unclog. (9869470)

1:06pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A RETIRED engineer and cancer survivor from Worcestershire has invented an innovative way to keep vacuum cleaners from losing suction.

Herefordshire to host second community games for adults with learning disabilities next week

12:49pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

HEREFORDSHIRE is set to play host to its second Community Games event for adults with learning disabilities next week.

Bromsgrove MP visits Barnt Green club

Cotswold Journal:

12:20pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

BROMSGROVE'S MP enjoyed a visit to a sailing club seeing its improved facilities and plans for the future.

Danish variety store Tiger to open in Hereford

Cotswold Journal: Danish variety store Tiger will open its doors in Hereford from September 12.

12:09pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

DANISH variety store Tiger is the newest addition to Hereford's Old Market development.

Appeal for witness to Hereford sex attack to come forward

Cotswold Journal: (3971142)

11:57am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

POLICE are appealing for a man who may have witnessed a sexual assault in Hereford in July to come forward.

Rehearsing for Christmas

11:50am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

TICKETS are already on sale for a nostalgic and musical stroll through the Christmas season, in Ledbury.

Worcester woman raising funds for wheelchair which will make "huge difference" to her life

Cotswold Journal:

11:50am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A YOUNG woman who battles with constant pain is fundraising for a wheelchair she says will make a “huge difference” to her life.

Hair salon supporting Stand Up To Cancer

Cotswold Journal: Dr Christian Jessen, Davina McCall and Alan Carr will host Stand Up To Cancer. SP

11:30am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

HAIRDRESSER Regis Salon is supporting Stand Up To Cancer, a joint fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 which aims to get new and improved treatments to cancer patients faster.

Work Needed at Community Hall

11:28am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

THERE will be a meeting of the Tarrington Hall Parish Council at the Lady Emily Community Hall on Monday, September 29, from 7.30pm.

Lions help out the Youth Bus with donation

Cotswold Journal: Nicole Merchant, Chloe Weston, and Madi Rouse  on the Youth Bus with the new music equipment. SP

11:26am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

DROITWICH Lions Ladies have donated £500 to Wychavon’s Youth Bus to help pay for new music equipment.

Baked in 1916 and never eaten - the Chelsea bun that journeyed to the front and back, plus events marking First World War in Leominster

Cotswold Journal: Hazel Hodges holds the Chelsea bun sent to her dad on the front line of the First World War. It features as part of an exhibition held at Leominster Library from next month. Photo: Andy Compton. is on display at Leominster Museum in Herefordshire. The bun

11:21am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A SINGLE Chelsea bun returned uneaten from the Battle of the Somme is one of Leominster Museum’s best-known items.

Ball rolling as family speak to NHS bosses about dangers of jaundice

Cotswold Journal: Vasili with his parents Elena and Michael Kalisperas who will be leading talks and seminars with doctors (s)

10:59am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

MEETINGS have taken place between NHS bosses and parents of a boy left severely disabled from jaundice to ensure the same mistakes do not affect another family.

Trailer stolen in Stone

Cotswold Journal:

10:55am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A TRAILER which was parked in Stanklyn Lane, in Stone, was stolen between 10.30am and 1.30pm on Friday, August 29.

Ludlow MP Philip Dunne supports cut in hospital parking charges

10:50am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

LUDLOW MP Philip Dunne says that cuts in hospital parking charges will reduce the cost of health care in south Shropshire.

Concern over vandalism of Ludlow town walls

10:37am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

CONCERNS have been expressed that vandalism is weakening Ludlow’s town walls.

A&E in Worcestershire under unprecidented strain today

Cotswold Journal:

10:09am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

THE A&E departments at both Worcestershire Royal Hospital and Redditch’s Alexandra Hospital are experiencing an unprecident amount of demand for this time of year today.

Bromsgrove charity shop opens after revamp

Cotswold Journal:

10:00am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A BROMSGROVE charity shop has officially reopened after a revamp.

Catalytic converters stolen in Malvern

Cotswold Journal: (3971142)

9:58am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

THE catalytic converter of a Mitsubishi parked in Windrush Crescent, Malvern, was stolen between Friday, August 29 and Sunday, August 31.

Catalytic converters stolen in Malvern

Cotswold Journal: (3971142)

9:56am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

THE catalytic converter of a Mitsubishi parked in Windrush Crescent, Malvern, was stolen between Friday, August 29 and Sunday, August 31.

Mattress set on fire in Evesham

Cotswold Journal:

9:57am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

FIREFIGHTERS were called after a mattress was dumped in an alleyway off Philipscote, Evesham, and set on fire at 8.32 this morning.

Trailer stolen near Kidderminster

Cotswold Journal: (3971142)

9:52am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A TRAILER parked in Stanklyn Lane in Stone, near Kidderminster, was stolen between 10.30am and 1.30pm on Friday, August 29.

Youths attempt to break into Kidderminster house

Cotswold Journal: Motorbike stolen from Stourport garage

9:50am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A RESIDENT in Gamson Close, Kidderminster, heard running across the roof of their home at about 4.30am on Friday, August 29.

Two mobility scooters stolen in Kidderminster

Cotswold Journal: Ledbury police officer charged with two counts of misconduct

9:50am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A PAIR of mobility scooters were stolen from a garage in Larches Road, Kidderminster, between Thursday, August 28 and the following day.

Suspicious men seen in Stourport

Cotswold Journal: (3971142)

9:48am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A RESIDENT in Canalside, Stourport, spotted two men and a dog walking through the hedge of a neighbour’s garden at about 6.55am on Saturday, August 30.






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