Tenbury flood defences could be piecemeal

Ludlow Advertiser: Mayor Mark Willis makes a point at the meeting.

7:08am Friday 17th October 2014

A FLOOD defence for Tenbury could be built like a jigsaw puzzle - piece by piece - as funding becomes available and some bits might be done by volunteers.

Tenbury Transport group needs more drivers

Ludlow Advertiser: Martin Enfield (car and minibus driver)John Driver (chairman and car driver)Peter Dunkley (trustee and car driver)Carole Collier (co-ordinator)Tony Meredith (minibus driver)

7:20am Thursday 16th October 2014

A TRANSPORT group in Tenbury needs more volunteer drivers as it tries to meet a demand for bus services.

Tenbury Apple Fest has enjoyment at its core

Ludlow Advertiser: Admiring the display of apples at Applefest are from left Charlie Gale, Jess Richards, Antonia Pinheiro and Libby Jordan.

6:34am Tuesday 7th October 2014

GALLONS of apple juice were drunk as Tenbury and the Teme Valley held its annual celebration of its signature fruit.

New head teacher at school near Tenbury

Ludlow Advertiser: Former pupil William Lockett is returning to Abberley Hall School as headmaster.

6:32am Tuesday 7th October 2014

A FORMER pupil of a school near Tenbury has returned as headmaster.

Tenbury Wells to lose fire engine

Ludlow Advertiser:

10:03am Thursday 2nd October 2014

TENBURY is to lose one of its two fire engines.

Church transformed into battleground to mark First World War

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6:03am Thursday 2nd October 2014

A CHURCH near Tenbury has undergone a massive transformation as part of an ambitious commemoration that will bring people from through the West Midlands to the area.

Tenbury 'nils' helps with lap tops for school children

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5:12pm Friday 26th September 2014

A RELIEF scheme in Tenbury has provided its first lap tops to school students.

Tenbury boxes clever and paves way to Olympics

Ludlow Advertiser: Paddy Brennan

4:47pm Friday 26th September 2014

TENBURY is in the ring to become a training camp for Olympic athletes.

Tenbury flood defences back on the agenda

Ludlow Advertiser: Flood preparation in TenburySoldiers from 1st Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, based at Ternhill, were drafted into Tenbury to deploy sandbags throughout the town.Also helping were staff from Worcestershire County Council contractors Ringway along with vol

7:06am Friday 19th September 2014

A PERMANENT flood defence scheme in Tenbury could now happen.

Tenbury Town Band play in the garden

6:42am Wednesday 17th September 2014

TENBURY Town Band will be helping to raise awareness for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research by supporting the “Small Change BIG Impact” week.

Tenbury MP marks Tour of Britain

Ludlow Advertiser: Harriett Baldwin, MP for Tenbury, gets on her bike to celebrate the Tour of Britain coming through Worcestershire.

9:17am Tuesday 9th September 2014

TO celebrate the arrival of a stage of the Tour of Britain in Worcestershire Tenbury MP Harriett Baldwin has taken to two wheels.

Changes at The Regal

Ludlow Advertiser: New roles: Peter Drew and Jane Allen is have been appointed chair and deputy chair of Regal Tenbury Trust.

6:36am Thursday 4th September 2014

THERE have been changes at the top at the Regal in Tenbury.

Plea for fire fighters in Tenbury

9:24am Monday 1st September 2014

TENBURY is recruiting for fire fighters.

Tenbury man convicted of downloading child porn in Ludlow office

Ludlow Advertiser:

10:08am Thursday 28th August 2014

A TENBURY Wells man convicted of downloading child pornography on his work computer in Ludlow has been given a suspended prison sentence.

Plan for large poultry unit near Tenbury

6:03am Friday 22nd August 2014

A PLANNING application has been lodged for a large poultry rearing unit near Tenbury.

Tenbury High continues recovery with GCSE results

12:06pm Thursday 21st August 2014

TENBURY High School has made further progress in its recovery after being put into special measures at the end of last year with a particular improvement in results in English and Maths.

Lindridge Show goes ahead at second attempt

Ludlow Advertiser: All dressed up as a Princess and Knight at Lindridge Show were eleven year old Charlotte MacDonald and her six year old brother James sat on pony Toby. 1434_51002 (9389505)

11:52am Tuesday 19th August 2014

THE postponed Lindridge Show went off well at the second attempt.

Tenbury Local Produce Market moves to Teme Street

Ludlow Advertiser: Zoe Disley of Zoe's Willow prepares her stock for the market in Tenbury Wells. 1434_57001. Photo: Andy Compton.

8:43am Tuesday 19th August 2014

AS people arrived in Tenbury on Saturday morning they will have seen that the town looked different.

The Gruffalo to open Eastham Village Fete

4:23pm Friday 15th August 2014

A VILLAGE fete near Tenbury will be opened by The Gruffalo.

St Michael's College celebrates A Level results

Ludlow Advertiser: Ivy and Jessica Wang celebrate their A Level success at St.Michael's College.

3:12pm Friday 15th August 2014

OVERSEAS students at a school near Tenbury are celebrating success in their A Level exams.

Tenbury's Teme Street to be transformed by street market

Ludlow Advertiser:

12:00pm Thursday 14th August 2014

THE centre of Tenbury is to be transformed into a street market each month in a move designed to give a boost to local trade.

Progress at Burford House Garden

6:56am Tuesday 12th August 2014

THERE has been a major improvement at Burford House Garden thanks to a small army of volunteer gardeners.

Tenbury training centre to take its first batch of young people in September

6:29am Friday 8th August 2014

THE first group of young people to get a second chance at a centre near Tenbury will be starting soon.

Showers fail to dampen enjoyment of Tenbury Show

Ludlow Advertiser: Happy Tenbury four year old Mollie Beamond and her pet lamb return from judging with a 'special rosette' at Tenbury Show. Photos: Andy Compton. 1432_53001.

6:04am Tuesday 5th August 2014

A TYPICAL British summer's day did not dampen the enthusiasm and support for the Tenbury Show.

Tenbury remembers those that died in the First World War

Ludlow Advertiser: Pte Mike Gould and Pte Rod Henley with a Lee Enfield rifle alongside a 1925 AEC Model 411. Photos: Keith Gluyas.

12:16pm Monday 4th August 2014

HUNDREDS of people from Tenbury commemorated the centenary of the start of the First World War.

Tenbury remembers the First World War

Ludlow Advertiser: Tenbury Wells 1914 Committee member Richard Jones with his Uncle Joseph Richard Jones's campaign medals.
Photo: Andy Compton. 1431_52001 (8650931)

6:56am Friday 1st August 2014

TENBURY is preparing for what is likely to be its biggest weekend for many years.

Sixth form a future possibility at Tenbury High School

Ludlow Advertiser: It's possible in the future that students leaving Tenbury High will be able to stay on at its own sixth form. This year's leavers pictured at the school ball are: Nicole Parkes, Gemma Skellern, Sahra  Bouaouina, Jasmine Jordan, Georgina Youngs, Jo

6:36am Friday 25th July 2014

A SIXTH form is an option that has been considered at Tenbury High School as it works to recover from being put into special measures at the end of last year.

Tenbury High School leavers ball

Ludlow Advertiser: Adam Walker, Jake Drinkwater, Andre Pereira and Jordan Turrell.

6:33am Thursday 24th July 2014

STUDENTS at Tenbury High School had a chance to say goodbye in style.

Past inspires St Michael's Village Fete

Ludlow Advertiser: Suffragette Emily Davidson (aka Ros Plested) calls for the vote for women at St Michaels Village Fete and Dog Show. 1430_57001. Photos: KEITH GLUYAS.

11:17am Tuesday 22nd July 2014

COSTUMES of 100 years ago were an important part of St Michaels Village Fete near Tenbury.

Chekhov at The Regal in Tenbury today

11:34am Thursday 17th July 2014

EASTENDERS writer Anya Reiss is having her adaptation of Chekhov’s play The Seagull performed in Worcestershire for the first time at The Regal in Tenbury.

Tenbury traders turn thoughts to Christmas

Ludlow Advertiser: Mrs Young buys a chocolate cake from Chamber of Trade members Maureen Robinson, Mia Gould and Anthony Bunn. 1429_50002. Photo: KEITH GLUYAS.

6:51am Wednesday 16th July 2014

IN high summer Tenbury traders are looking to a darker time.

New education block opens at Tenbury High School

Ludlow Advertiser: Opening of new building at Tenbury High School by Prof David Green, Vice-Chancellor and CEO of the University of Worcester.
Prof David Green cuts the ribbon to officially open the new building with the help of Pam Davey, Chariman of Worcestershire County

6:09am Thursday 10th July 2014

A £2 MILLION teaching block has been officially opened marking a new era for Tenbury High School.

Growing transport trust kicks off new bus service

Ludlow Advertiser: Passengers waiting to catch the return bus from Kidderminster back to Tenbury.

9:39am Thursday 3rd July 2014

A NEW bus service is being provided by the expanding Tenbury Transport Trust.

Burford Village Fete brings a smile to the face

Ludlow Advertiser: Tom Morris with his dogs won three first prizes between them, including the Judges Favourite and Prettiest Bitch.

10:59am Tuesday 1st July 2014

THE weather was perhaps not quite at its kindest for the organisers and visitors to the Burford Village Fete.

Tenbury scouts help with horticultural attraction

8:59am Thursday 26th June 2014

SCOUTS from Tenbury have been helping to bring a local horticultural attraction back to its former glory.

Severn Trent works on water supply in Tenbury

Ludlow Advertiser: Head of design and technology teacher Tim Hemming is setting up a building/carpentry/plumbing unit at St Julian's School.  Pictured is  pupil Evan McCarthy 13, changing a tap washer using a pipe wrench. (5025469)

8:48am Thursday 26th June 2014

ENGINEERS have been battling to keep the taps flowing after a series of burst water mains in the Tenbury area.

St Mary's Tenbury summer fete

Ludlow Advertiser: Summer Fete at St Mary’s Church, Tenbury.
Rev Claire Lording helps out on the White Elephant stall wearing her straw hat ready to deal with the hot sun 
Photo: Keith Gluyas (7401774)

5:59am Tuesday 24th June 2014

SUN hats and shades were the dress code for a glorious summer fete at St Mary’s Church in Tenbury.

Major rehabilitation centre near Ludlow

Ludlow Advertiser: Paddy Brennan with centre manager Liz Boland.

5:55am Friday 20th June 2014

A NATIONAL showcase for the rehabilitation of offenders is being created in the countryside near Tenbury.

Tenbury people have chance to comment on rail links

6:17am Wednesday 18th June 2014

PEOPLE in Tenbury have a chance to take part in a consultation about improved rail links.

Tenbury 'lion' is outnumbered by fans of Brazil

Ludlow Advertiser: Mike Slade surrounded by supporters of Brazil at St Michael's International College near Tenbury.

6:30am Tuesday 17th June 2014

AN Englishman in Tenbury has found himself surrounded by supporters of Brazil.

Planting takes place for Tenbury In Bloom

Ludlow Advertiser: From left are Geoff Edwards and TIB committee member Charlie Wilcocks putting the summer display in the planter at the entrance to Palmers Meadow car park.

6:26am Tuesday 17th June 2014

COLOUR and fragrance are promised in Tenbury Town Centre.

Old picture shows Tenbury in 1939

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1:13pm Thursday 12th June 2014

THIS old photograph show Tenbury Wells around the time of the outbreak of the Second World War.

291 Tenbury to Kidderminster bus link is 'saved'

6:47am Wednesday 11th June 2014

A VITAL bus link between Tenbury and Kidderminster appears to have been saved.

Decision on future of second Tenbury fire engine is postponed again

1:11pm Monday 9th June 2014

A DECISION on the future of the second fire appliance in Tenbury has been put back for the second time.

Tenbury Primary School holds fete

Ludlow Advertiser: Chloe Shephard is disappointed when she doesn’t win a prize at the pick a stick stall. Photos: Keith Gluyas.

12:52pm Monday 9th June 2014

TENBURY Primary School held its fete on the 70th anniversary of D-Day and with them was a sailor from the Second World War.

Tenbury's Tesco could be delayed for up to three years

Ludlow Advertiser: Tenbury will have to wait for its Tesco store.

10:12am Thursday 5th June 2014

A MASSIVE new cloud of uncertainty hangs over the future of Tenbury town centre with the revelation that it could be years before the controversial new Tesco supermarket can be built.

Tenbury woman is cleared of stealing £22,000 from building society

3:59pm Tuesday 3rd June 2014

A TENBURY woman has been cleared of stealing more than £22,000 from a building society over a seven-year period.

Tenbury High School sports helped by Kingspan Trust

Ludlow Advertiser: Lady Hawkins girls get out on the pitch.

10:13am Friday 30th May 2014

PUPILS at Tenbury High School have been benefitting from the use of the Astroturf pitch at Leominster following funding received from the Kingspan Insulation Community Trust.

Tenbury bus service waits outcome of County Council decision on subsidies

6:05am Thursday 29th May 2014

HOPE is growing that a bus service linking Tenbury with Kidderminster will be saved.

'Mad Hatters' cafe opens in Tenbury

Ludlow Advertiser: (6536612)

6:15am Wednesday 28th May 2014

TENBURY is letting business go by because so little is open on a Sunday.


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