A49 fatal - woman arrested

Ludlow Advertiser: Two cars collided on the A49 near Ross-on-Wye.

4:58pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

Teenager now being questioned by police

Sandwell Council and local businesses team up to fight youth unemployment

Ludlow Advertiser: Job guarantee: Council leader Councillor Darren Cooper, apprentices Nigel Nyabadra and Niall Hughes, East End employee Resham Tatter, apprentice Georgia Cudjoe and Tony Deep Wouhra, chairman of East End Foods.

4:52pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A GROUND-BREAKING partnership between Sandwell Council and businesses will provide guaranteed jobs for up to 4,000 young people.

Elderly devastated about leaving cash-strapped Prestwood care home

Ludlow Advertiser:

4:45pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

DEVASTATED elderly people are being forced to move out of a cash-strapped Prestwood care home.

Worcester factory evacuated

Ludlow Advertiser:

1:38pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

ONE woman had to be taken to hospital after inhaling a small amount of ammonia gas at a factory in Martley Road, near Worcester, today.

Halesowen retirement home raise over £600 for charity for second year running

3:20pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A HALESOWEN retirement scheme raised £613.92 for charity after holding a Macmillan Coffee Morning.

Halesowen's favourite payday lender Wonga writes off 330,000 loans

Ludlow Advertiser:

2:47pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

DEBTORS in Halesowen will be breathing a sigh of relief today after Wonga announced it is writing off 330,000 customers' loans.

Stourbridge teen donates her locks to charity for the third time

Ludlow Advertiser:

2:00pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

IT can take weeks to find the courage to have a drastic haircut but for Stourbridge teen Jade Taylor, it was an easy decision.

Four horses killed in Stourton crash

Ludlow Advertiser:

1:43pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

FOUR horses were killed on the A449 at Stourton last night (Wednesday October 1) after being hit by a truck.

Stourbridge firm's charity golf day raises nearly £3,000

Ludlow Advertiser:

12:53pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A STOURBRIDGE financial services company went a ‘fair way’ to help borough carers when it staged a successful sporting fundraiser.

Cash-strapped Herefordshire Council forecasts "break even" by the end of the financial year

Ludlow Advertiser: Herefordshire Council has made a joint application to extend Three Elms Trading Estate.

12:33pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

Council said to be in a "stronger" financial position than this time last year

Stourbridge Royal Marine WAG stars in charity calendar

Ludlow Advertiser:

12:00pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A GLAMOUROUS Stourbridge businesswoman has become a calendar girl to raise funds for the Royal Marines.

Top TV doc in Dudley to warn on asthma and allergies

Ludlow Advertiser: l-r Dr Hilary Jones and Emma Wileman at Holly Hall Academy. 411402M

11:33am Thursday 2nd October 2014

A TOP TV doc called at a Dudley school to warn pupils about the link between asthma and allergies.

Halesowen pupil in near miss from being hit by car

Ludlow Advertiser:

12:53pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A YOUNG child at a Halesowen school was pulled clear of a reversing car, narrowly escaping injury during the morning rush.

Wollaston boozer blossoms to pick up Pub in Bloom award

Ludlow Advertiser: Ted Etheridge at The Britannia Inn, Wollaston. Buy photo: 411404L

11:16am Thursday 2nd October 2014

EVERYTHING'S blooming lovely down at The Britannia Inn these days.

Family "devastated" after inquest into Hereford grandfather

Ludlow Advertiser:

7:00am Thursday 2nd October 2014

THE family of a Hereford grandfather who died following surgery say they hope nobody else has to endure their grief.

Damson days to excite town's tastebuds

10:29am Thursday 2nd October 2014

A GROUP of fruit enthusiasts from Ludlow are embarking on two weeks of activities in support of the damson.

Tenbury Wells to lose fire engine

Ludlow Advertiser:

10:03am Thursday 2nd October 2014

TENBURY is to lose one of its two fire engines.

Ludlow Town Council allocates nil for nils

Ludlow Advertiser: 78288909 (4687533)

6:11am Thursday 2nd October 2014

A SCHEME that provides ‘loans’ for people who are in severe financial difficulties has had a bid for a grant from Ludlow Town Council put on hold.

Fury at removal of cobblestones

Ludlow Advertiser:

9:00am Thursday 2nd October 2014

BEWDLEY residents were up in arms this week after cobblestones outside the new Tesco development in Load Street were removed and replaced with an “appalling” square of concrete.

More stars added to Merry Hill's student night line-up

Ludlow Advertiser:

9:59am Thursday 2nd October 2014

STUDENTS will have the chance to rub shoulders with the stars at Merry Hill tomorrow (Friday October 3).

Parents and child escape overturned car without serious injury

Ludlow Advertiser:

9:38am Thursday 2nd October 2014

TRAFFIC was brought to a standstill in Halesowen this morning after a car was flipped on to its roof by a lorry.

Nearly 1,000 object to new Brierley Hill waste centre plan

Ludlow Advertiser: Artist's impression of the Clean Power recycling centre proposed for Brierley Hill

9:00am Thursday 2nd October 2014

NEARLY 1,000 Brierley Hill residents have lodged objections against controversial new plans for a massive indoor recycling centre in Brierley Hill.

Dudley church set to host harvest fair

Ludlow Advertiser: MAYOR’S DIARY

8:00am Thursday 2nd October 2014

A DUDLEY church will host its harvest fair on Saturday October 4 from 11am.

Stourbridge event invites people to talk about death

Ludlow Advertiser: Care for the dying.

8:00am Thursday 2nd October 2014

STOURBRIDGE residents are invited to an event which aims to get people talking about what happens when they die.

Grandmother hopes to inspire others after gaining new qualification

Ludlow Advertiser: Maria Fiander.

5:24pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

THERE were celebrations for a member of staff at Pershore High School when she was awarded an AAT Diploma in accountancy and in turn inspired her own children.

Robin Walker hails Cameron's tax cut pledge

Ludlow Advertiser: BUSINESS MEETING: Prime Minister David Cameron met a delegation from the Federation of Small Businesses

4:55pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

WORCESTER MP Robin Walker has hailed a multi-million pound tax cut - 18 months after he first set out his support for it.

Community grants are up for grabs

Ludlow Advertiser: (7691897)

4:30pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

VOLUNTARY and community work taking place in Redditch will once again be supported by £241,000 of borough council grant funding for 2015/16.

Controversial Powick planning application deferred

Ludlow Advertiser: OPPOSITION: The Hospital Lane Action Group are against a proposed housing development on an old landfill site. Pictures by Paul Jackson. 4014714001.

4:29pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A CONTROVERSIAL planning application opposed by residents in Powick has been deferred.

Thousands attend APF 2014 forest show in the Ragley estate

4:24pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A RECORD 16,500 people attended the UK’s largest forestry, woodland, trees and timber show, APF 2014 held in the Ragley Estate near Alcester.

Qualified and student nurses invited to neonatal recruitment event

Ludlow Advertiser: Nursery nurse Victoria Hudson, neonatal staff nurse Jayne Millward and neonatal sister Julie McMannis on the neonatal unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

4:04pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

NURSES in Worcestershire are being invited to a neonatal recruitment event in the face of a national shortage of healthcare workers qualified to care for premature or sick babies.

Qualified and student nurses invited to neonatal recruitment event

Ludlow Advertiser: Nursery nurse Victoria Hudson, neonatal staff nurse Jayne Millward and neonatal sister Julie McMannis on the neonatal unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

4:01pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

NURSES in Worcestershire are being invited to a neonatal recruitment event in the face of a national shortage of healthcare workers qualified to care for premature or sick babies.

Qualified and student nurses invited to neonatal recruitment event

Ludlow Advertiser: Nursery nurse Victoria Hudson, neonatal staff nurse Jayne Millward and neonatal sister Julie McMannis on the neonatal unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

4:01pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

NURSES in Worcestershire are being invited to a neonatal recruitment event in the face of a national shortage of healthcare workers qualified to care for premature or sick babies.

Qualified and student nurses invited to neonatal recruitment event

Ludlow Advertiser: Nursery nurse Victoria Hudson, neonatal staff nurse Jayne Millward and neonatal sister Julie McMannis on the neonatal unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

4:01pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

NURSES in Worcestershire are being invited to a neonatal recruitment event in the face of a national shortage of healthcare workers qualified to care for premature or sick babies.

Qualified and student nurses invited to neonatal recruitment event

Ludlow Advertiser: Nursery nurse Victoria Hudson, neonatal staff nurse Jayne Millward and neonatal sister Julie McMannis on the neonatal unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

4:01pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

NURSES in Worcestershire are being invited to a neonatal recruitment event in the face of a national shortage of healthcare workers qualified to care for premature or sick babies.

Qualified and student nurses invited to neonatal recruitment event

Ludlow Advertiser: Nursery nurse Victoria Hudson, neonatal staff nurse Jayne Millward and neonatal sister Julie McMannis on the neonatal unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

4:01pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

NURSES in Worcestershire are being invited to a neonatal recruitment event in the face of a national shortage of healthcare workers qualified to care for premature or sick babies.

Jazz Age in Kempley

3:53pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

THE JAZZ age will come to Kempley Village Hall next month, thanks to the FB Pocket Orchestra.

Hospital to be discussed during PACT meeting

Ludlow Advertiser: (8305079)

3:53pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A VERY important PACT (Partners and Communities Together) meeting will be taking place this Thursday, October 7, from 7pm.

Luston Primary School to host Halloween bingo and raffle

Ludlow Advertiser: Luston School is hosting a Halloween bingo and raffle.

3:49pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

LUSTON Primary School is to hold a Halloween bingo and raffle later this month.

Men's Breakfast Event

3:41pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

THE next Men's Breakfast event at the Beauchamp Arms, Dymock's community-owned pub, will take place on Saturday, October 25, from 9.15am.

All Our Yesterdays in Dymock?

3:33pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

SHOULDER pads and power dressing might well be the order of the evening in Dymock Parish Hall.

Firefighters battle to get cow out of the river

Ludlow Advertiser:

3:28pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

TWO firecrews from Evesham and Pershore are currently trying to rescue a cow stuck in the river Avon.

Grant deadline looms in Dymock.

3:24pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

ANY SOCIETY or organisation in the Parish of Dymock wishing to apply for a grant from the parish council has until October 31 to get the necessary paperwork in.

Appeal for new members and volunteers at Droitwich Stroke Club

Ludlow Advertiser: Members and volunteers at Droitwich Stroke Club. SP

3:24pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

DROITWICH Stroke Club is appealing for new members to join its ranks, and for volunteers who might be able to give some of their time to help run activities and help to take members on outings.

Travellers set up camp on Ombersley Way in Droitwich

Ludlow Advertiser:

3:24pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

TRAVELLERS have set up camp on a site that was specifically designed to stop them.

Balloons mark joint venture by county schools

Ludlow Advertiser: John Anyon     1/10/14     4014717501

Balloon release on Sabrina Bridge on Wednesday to mark the launch of The Rivers C of E Multi Academy Trust involving St Clement's Primary, Cutnall Green Primary and Heronswood Primary Schools (11008931)

3:00pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

BUNCHES of balloons were released across the county yesterday as three schools joined together as part of the new Rivers CofE Multi Academy Trust.

£2 million refurbishment of Bromsgrove school's dining facilities underway

Ludlow Advertiser:

3:00pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A £2 million refurbishment and extension of dining facilities at a town school is underway.

The show goes on... at the Palace Theatre

Ludlow Advertiser: Rhapsody Queen: A superb band with a vast catalogue of hits

2:50pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

THE international smash hit show that features all the biggest and greatest hits of Queen makes its first visit to The Palace Theatre this month

Anger as trees are felled at pub

Ludlow Advertiser: Trees at the rear of the Sebright Arms are being cut down. Picture by Nick Toogood. (10957019)

2:44pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A NEIGHBOUR is angry that trees are being felled in the car park and beer garden of a Worcester pub.

Medals belonging to soldier who died fighting in First World War reunited with relatives

Ludlow Advertiser: NEW HOME: The medals that belonged to Private William 'Bill' Goodwin. Picture by John Anyon. 40147181

2:37pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

THE medals earned by a man who died fighting in the First World War have been reunited with his relatives thanks to an appeal by a Worcester woman.

Salon Says Thanks

2:07pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

A DOUBLE Macmillan coffee morning at Janet's Hair Salon Ledbury on Friday September 27 and the following day, raised £840 for the cancer charity.






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