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Worcestershire County Council 10h
On Weds night the A4440 between the Norton and Whittington roundabouts will be fully closed to traffic from 9pm & open at 6am on Thurs. Diverted traffic will go down London Road and up Bath Road and vice versa. The road between Ketch and Norton Roundabouts will be open as normal.
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Worcestershire County Council 12h
We've teamed up with PCC to launch , a campaign to improve road safety in the county. We'll be holding drop-in sessions next week to give you a chance to get involved. There'll also be a FREE awareness course. Read more -
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Worcs Highways & Travel 13h
Thanks to for closing roads & providing traffic management at the service at yesterday - ensuring that people could enjoy the moving service & pay their respects in safety
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Worcestershire County Council 13h
Replying to @lydenburg1
Hi Christopher, could you let me know where you are and what land this is talking about?
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Worcestershire County Council 13h
Until the National Assistance Act of 1948, adults with disabilities and poor families lived in workhouses. Workhouses were designed to be feared, to encourage people away from them
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Worcs Highways & Travel 14h
Scattered showers this pm likely to continue through the evening Turning drier overnight with clear spells Road temps holding comfortably above zero Largely dry and bright tomorrow morning No gritting!
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Worcestershire County Council 15h
It's this week, and it's important to remember that we all need to care for ourselves a little more!
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KidderminsterCollege 16h
We here at Kidderminster College fully support , Bullying in any form is not acceptable! everyone deserves tolerance and respect
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Worcestershire County Council 15h
Beacons were lit across Worcestershire last night to mark
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Blessed Edward 16h
We are delighted to announce that Miss Mason was selected to receive the Worcestershire Designated Teacher Award for Looked After Children award.
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DfE 19h
It's and the theme is Schools Minister believes that no one should go to school afraid of being bullied 👇
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Worcestershire County Council 17h
Replying to @realouisallaway
Thanks Louis! We will get this sorted
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Worcestershire County Council Nov 11
The beacon has been lit on the top of the Malvern Hills to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. Around 100 people have turned out tonight.
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Worcestershire County Council Nov 11
Councillor Lucy Hodgson cares for her elderly mother. Here she talks about why it's important we celebrate 70 years of adult social care and recognise the hard work carers do. Join us celebrate:
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Worcestershire County Council Nov 11
We're celebrating 70 years of adult social care . Jen has first-hand experience of caring after looking after her parents & daughter. She says, if you know a carer ask how they are and take the time to listen to them.
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Worcestershire County Council Nov 11
Today, 100 years on, we're remembering all those who fought in WWI.
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Worcestershire County Council Nov 10
After caring for his wife for 8 years, Bob Conner joined the IMPACT service at Here he tells us what the service is and how what he does helps students.
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Worcestershire County Council Nov 10
In her final video of the week, Director of Children, Families and Communities, Catherine Driscoll, tells us how care leavers reacted to her living on their average budget for a week. To read Catherine's diary of her week, go to
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Worcestershire County Council Nov 9
Anyone can suddenly find themselves caring for someone else, like Zac who has cared for her 11 year old son since he was born. She found support and help from and says don't be afraid to ask for help if you need it
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Worcestershire County Council Nov 9
*Video of the week* Last week, Director of Children, Families and Communities, Catherine Driscoll lived on a budget of £30.64, replicating the average income of an average Care Leaver. To read Catherine's diary of her week, go to
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