Tenbury High School close to Academy status

6:01am Thursday 17th April 2014

TENBURY High School is close to becoming an academy.

Hopes of commitment to Tenbury pool from Malvern Hills District Council

6:08am Tuesday 15th April 2014

TALKS aimed at securing a long term commitment to Tenbury Swimming Pool from Malvern Hills District Council (MHDC) are at a late stage.

Charity Big Cake Bake raises £380

12:02pm Thursday 10th April 2014

THERE were delicious treats in store for all of those who dropped in on the Big Cake Bake held in Tenbury Wells recently.

Tenbury Swimming Pool survey shows high usage

Ludlow Advertiser: Local swimming

6:25am Thursday 10th April 2014

THE swimming pool and fitness centre in Tenbury is used by almost one in five people in the town.

Tenbury High School pupils bury time capsule

Ludlow Advertiser: Back Row:  Kate Loupart, head of history, with three representatives from Thomas Vale Construction, and headteacher  Adrian Price; Middle row, Hollie Griffiths, Eve Watson, Silke Everitt, Kitty Houchin and Tom Wall; with Sophie Reynolds at the front.

6:16am Wednesday 9th April 2014

A COPY of the Tenbury Advertiser has been buried six feet under.

Motorcyclist killed in collision near Ludlow is named

Ludlow Advertiser: Emergency services work at the scene following a fatal accident north of Ludlow.

12:01pm Friday 4th April 2014

A MOTORCYCLIST who died in a collision with a lorry near Ludlow on Tuesday, has been named as Nicholas Stephen Taylor, 64, from Knighton.

Running an extra mile in Tenbury Wells

Ludlow Advertiser: From left to right Milo Jackson, the speedy Leah Jackson and Bridie Jackson with their medals after the race.

9:02am Thursday 3rd April 2014

LOCAL youngster Leah Jackson, from Burford, Tenbury Wells set a cracking pace in Ludlow recently.

Tenbury Transport Scheme

Ludlow Advertiser: John Driver (chairman) and Carole Collier (co-ordinator) are pictured with driver Roy Lewis behind the wheel of the Teme Hopper mini-bus.

6:03am Thursday 3rd April 2014

A SCHEME that will introduce a ‘new era’ in community transport has been launched in Tenbury.

Tenbury farmer becomes High Sheriff of Worcestershire

6:02am Tuesday 1st April 2014

A FARMER from Tenbury and with strong links to Ludlow College has been appointed to a top ceremonial role.

Talbot Inn at Newnham Bridge up for sale

Ludlow Advertiser: Talbot Inn, Newnham Bridge, up for sale.

4:31pm Monday 31st March 2014

A HISTORIC pub near Tenbury is back on the market just over a year after it reopened.

Tenbury High School makes progress

Ludlow Advertiser: Tenbury High headteacher Adrian Price is working to get the school back on track. Picture by Adrian Kibbler.

6:03am Friday 28th March 2014

GOOD progress is being made in the work to get Tenbury High School back on track.

Youngsters from Tenbury Primary School mean business

Ludlow Advertiser: Year three and four pupils pictured with biscuits they had made. With them are Stuart Skidmore pictured with pupils Harley Sayce, Mabel May and Stuart’s mother Barbara. Pictured rear are teachers Rachel Gittens and Charlotte Pitt.

12:02pm Thursday 20th March 2014

YOUNGSTERS from Tenbury Primary School mean business.

Tenbury plants a river of poppies

Ludlow Advertiser: Tenbury Cubs Dylan and Morgan Carver with Alex Price scatter the poppy seeds.

6:03am Thursday 20th March 2014

A RIVER of poppies running through parkland in Tenbury will be part of the town’s commemoration of 100 years since the start of the First World War.

Tenbury fire row hots up

Ludlow Advertiser: Councillor Phil Grove has been criticised by Alec Wall, president of the West Worcestershire Conservatives.

6:02am Thursday 20th March 2014

THE row among Tenbury Conservatives is hotting up with a call for fire service rebel Phil Grove to ‘get his facts right’ and apologise.

Tenbury writers with a twist in the tale

Ludlow Advertiser: Back row are Eve Lambrick, Emily Kingham, Amy Harris, Ewan Ingram and Toby Prentice. The girl at the front is Kaitlin Leadbetter.

12:52pm Thursday 13th March 2014

YOUNG writers at Tenbury High School have been turning their talents to mini sagas.

Tenbury's Regal Cinema joins forces with biggest museums in Europe on Twitter

Ludlow Advertiser: Tenbury's Regal Cinema joins forces with biggest museums in Europe on Twitter

5:50am Thursday 13th March 2014

THE Regal in Tenbury is to join an illustrious collection of museums and galleries from across the UK and Europe on Twitter later this month.

Major delays to extra parking provision in Tenbury

Ludlow Advertiser: Councillors Ken Pollock

2:36pm Wednesday 12th March 2014

THERE will be major delays to a plan to create additional parking in Tenbury to counteract the arrival of a Tesco supermarket in the town.

Tenbury councillor unrepentant over fire vote

Ludlow Advertiser: Councillor Phil Grove has been suspended from the Conservative group.

6:02am Friday 7th March 2014

AN unrepentant Phil Grove whose vote gave a temporary reprieve to Tenbury's second fire engine has described how seeing a child die in his arms caused him to put lives before party.

Sports Relief comes to Tenbury

Ludlow Advertiser: Float success for club’s new crews

6:02am Wednesday 5th March 2014

PEOPLE in Tenbury are being invited to give the triathlon a try to help Sports Relief.

Tenbury planning decisions threatened with Whitehall control

6:29am Friday 28th February 2014

IT is likely that planning decisions affecting Tenbury will be placed in the hands of Whitehall.

Tenbury Mayor's big charity variety show

6:02am Thursday 27th February 2014

TWO vital Tenbury charities are hoping people turn out in force for a special night of variety at The Regal Cinema.

Tenbury Wells students learn about life as a child soldier

Ludlow Advertiser: Pictured after the Abberley Hall School lecture is (from left); pupils Mia Corrie and Cameron Benson-Hunter, alongside Michelle Evington, a former human rights lawyer with the United Nations.

10:03am Thursday 20th February 2014

PUPILS from a school near Tenbury Wells have been learning about life as a child soldier in Sierra Leone as part of a series of lectures.

Reprieve for Tenbury fire engine

Ludlow Advertiser: Fire crews tackled a car fire in Bringsty.

9:34am Thursday 20th February 2014

THE second fire engine at Tenbury has been given a reprieve.

Hope of reprieve for Tenbury bus service

6:02am Thursday 20th February 2014

THERE is hope that a threatened bus service linking Tenbury with the outside world may be saved after all.

Man airlifted after traffic accident near Tenbury

9:25am Monday 17th February 2014

A MAN was airlifted to hospital following a road traffic collision near Tenbury yesterday

Tenbury residents warned on using generators to pump flood water

8:25am Friday 14th February 2014

PEOPLE in Tenbury and the Teme Valley are being warned against using petrol or diesel generators to pump out water.

Hopes for operating theatre at Tenbury Hospital

Ludlow Advertiser: 1407_51001 New patient day case couches, etc at Tenbury Community Hospital
Tenbury Hospital Matron, Jayne brown, takes the blood pressure of Stephen Thomas, Chairman of the Hospital League of Friends, on one of the new day case couches
Photo: Keith Gluyas

6:03am Friday 14th February 2014

TALKS have been taking place that it is hoped will lead to the reopening of the operating theatre at Tenbury Hospital.

Trees ripped up by storms in Tenbury

Ludlow Advertiser: Trees have been uprooted in Tenbury.

11:27am Thursday 13th February 2014

MANY trees have been victims of the storms in the Tenbury area.

Five people rescued from water at Lindridge near Tenbury Wells

Ludlow Advertiser: Fairfield High School closed due to flooding

11:07am Thursday 13th February 2014

CARS, vans and lorries became trapped in flood water at Lindridge.

Flood alerts in place for River Teme and River Corve - affecting tributaries both north and south of Ludlow and Tenbury area

Ludlow Advertiser: The area affected by the alert north of Ludlow.

10:15am Tuesday 11th February 2014

FLOOD alerts are in place on the river Teme - affecting areas north of Ludlow and the Tenbury area

Former Tenbury High School student to study at Oxford

Ludlow Advertiser: Anna Gunther, from Tenbury, is thrilled to have received an offer from the University of Oxford.

2:04pm Monday 10th February 2014

A FORMER student at Tenbury High School has won a place at one of the top universities in the country.

Scuba dooby doo at Abberley Hall after school club

Ludlow Advertiser: Back row from left: Alolfo de la Fuente, Josh White, Hugo Charny and Alexandra Ingram. Front: William Hope with instructor Elwyn Harper and Eliza Corrie.

12:26pm Thursday 6th February 2014

PUPILS at a school near Tenbury Wells are taking to their new after-school activity like ducks to water.

Tenbury students take to the slopes

Ludlow Advertiser: The group from Tenbury High School take a break from skiing.

12:49pm Thursday 30th January 2014

STUDENTS from Tenbury High School have taken to the ski slopes.

Tenbury Wells reading with Penny Ellis and table jumble sale

11:37am Thursday 23rd January 2014

JASMINE AND ME – Adventures in Murder and Frocks , presented by Penny Ellis, author of Painted Ladies: A Jasmine Frame Story. Including readings from the Jasmine Frame crime thrillers and insight into the transgender experience in fiction and real life. Tenbury library, Wednesday at 7.30pm.

Spring has sprung at local historic sites

Ludlow Advertiser: Samantha Duncalf, visitor experience volunteer stumbles across spring's first buds.

11:22am Thursday 23rd January 2014

TAKE the opportunity to enjoy the first flowers of the year at Berrington Hall and Croft Castle and parkland as they make an appearance after the winter.

Whitley's Oral History Group obtains grant for £20,000

Ludlow Advertiser: The project hopes to explore how the rise and fall of the fortunes of Witley Court affected local people and how life changed for the villages after the court's ruin.

12:14pm Thursday 16th January 2014

AN ambitious local project by the Witleys’ Oral History Group to record the history of the Worcestershire villages of Little Witley and Great Witley has been successful in obtaining a generous grant of £20,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Led by volunteers from the local community, the group proposes to interview a wide range of people who live or have lived in the area in order to record and capture their memories of village life over the past 80 years so that future generations will better understand and appreciate how the communities were formed.

Former head teacher slams Ofsted over Tenbury High School

Ludlow Advertiser: Stuart Cooke, former headteacher at Tenbury High School, a specialist science and mathematics college, is pictured alongside his predecessor Adrian Price.Picture by Adrian Kibbler.

9:02am Thursday 16th January 2014

FORMER head teacher Stuart Cooke has launched a blistering attack on the decision of the education watchdog Ofsted to place Tenbury High School in special measures.

Cat gets lucky but the outlook is bleak for stray animals across south Shropshire and the Teme Valley

Ludlow Advertiser: Zoe with the rescue cat.

4:57pm Thursday 2nd January 2014

INNOCENT animals are suffering the impact of 'austerity Britain' with increasing numbers of homeless cats and dogs across south Shropshire and the Teme Valley.

Call to cut funding for county's ceremonial post

Ludlow Advertiser: TRADITIONAL: The Lord Lieutenant. Patrick Holcroft. (4413443106)

6:00am Tuesday 12th November 2013

CALLS are being made for Worcestershire’s Lord Lieutenant to have his council funds withdrawn – with politicians saying it “cannot be justified” amid the cuts.

Cuts leave Worcestershire's vulnerable out in the cold

Ludlow Advertiser: CUT OFF: Welfare and support services for vulnerable and homeless people could be cut.

6:00am Monday 4th November 2013

A £15 million pot to help vulnerable and homeless people across Worcestershire is being slashed by nearly 60 per cent, it has emerged.

Delay almost over for Tenbury supermarket

Ludlow Advertiser: OPENING TIME: New Consett store to open on Thursday

6:00am Friday 1st November 2013

NEXT year will see Tenbury turned into a building site for many months but the town mayor says ‘bring it on.’ Councillor George Price says that all being well 2014 will mean the end of a long wait by people in the town.

Jack Edwards from Tenbury inspires half marathon

Ludlow Advertiser: Annie Woodhouse gives Jack a big kiss after her run

4:00pm Thursday 31st October 2013

A YOUNG mum from Tenbury has had a very special reason for giving herself aching legs.

Tenbury parking appeal ignored

Ludlow Advertiser: Tenbury town mayor Councillor George Price and town clerk Dawn Worgan look at a parking restriction sign in Cross Street. 134455-1 Picture by Keith Gluyas.

6:00am Thursday 31st October 2013

AN appeal for traffic wardens in Tenbury to turn a blind eye when ‘civil enforcement’ begins in November appears to have fallen upon deaf ears.

Tenbury craft and social event and floral demonstration.

12:00am Thursday 31st October 2013

CRAFT AND SOCIAL EVENT - With Brimfield WI at the Brimfield village hall on Saturday from 11am - 3pm.

Tenbury Market moves to the Pump Rooms

Ludlow Advertiser: The Daleks made a surprise visit to Tenbury Local Producers Market. Zoe Disley, a willow artist from Bromyard , takes heed of one. 134354-2

10:00am Friday 25th October 2013

THERE is just no getting away from Doctor Who at the moment.

Ex pupils return to Tenbury High School

Ludlow Advertiser: Colin Bentley (head boy in 1963) meets his today's head boy Jack Edwards while Maggie Mantle (head girl 1963) meets current head girl Samantha Jenner. They are joined by current head Adrian Price (centre). 134351-1

6:00am Friday 25th October 2013

HOW the years rolled away for a party of ‘veterans’ from Tenbury High School.

Harriet Baldwin MP fears fire service cuts will hamper the fire service in Tenbury

Ludlow Advertiser: MP Harriet Baldwin says she is going for complete transparency

6:00am Thursday 24th October 2013

A PROPOSAL to reduce fire cover in Tenbury is being shot down in flames with the town’s MP Harriett Baldwin joining the chorus of protest.

Tenbury Poppy Appeal concert, dance and bap, Nuline dancing and more

7:00am Thursday 17th October 2013

POPPY APPEAL CONCERT - A RBL Poppy Appeal concert will be held on October 26 at the Regal Cinema starting at 7pm. Tickets £7.50 on sale now at Regal. All proceeds to 2013 Poppy Appeal, Tenbury Wells.

Ethical concerns over imported stone for Tenbury

Ludlow Advertiser: Coun Ken Pollock is confident the stone is sourced ethically.

6:00am Thursday 17th October 2013

STONE which will give Tenbury a new look is to be imported from the other side of the world, prompting concerns over environmental damage and the possible use of child labour.

Turning The Talbot of Tenbury into a success story

Ludlow Advertiser: Simon Szymanski and Ian Dowling.

6:00am Wednesday 16th October 2013

A BUSINESSMAN who has breathed new life into an iconic pub near Tenbury is reporting a good first year.








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