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Archive - Wednesday, 16 May 2012

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On this day:

  • St Mary's, Sherrards Green Road

    WHILE we are without our own priest at St Mary’s we continue to receive support from clergy and readers from other Malvern churches, and we are most grateful for their ministry to us. read more

  • Ledbury Rotary Club

    LEDBURY Rotarians were privileged to hear an inspiring and moving talk by Carol Wright, who is a member of a small sewing group in Ledbury. read more

  • Bosbury

    BOSBURY'S next farmers’ market will be on Saturday, May 19, from 10.30am to noon in the parish hall. read more

  • Live music for Jubilee

    A FOOT-stomping evening of live music is set to conclude Diamond Jubilee celebrations in a village near Ledbury. read more

  • Anya Stubbs

    STUBBS Anya (formerly Ann Stokes) Of Upton Upon Severn. Peacefully in the Boynes Nursing Home on May 1st, 2012. The much loved mother of Simon and Caroline. The Funeral Service will take place at Upton Parish Church on Thursday, May 24th, at 12 noon, followed by Interment in Upton Cemetery. Flowers may be sent to Malcolm J Presland Funeral Directors, 19 High Street, Upton Upon Severn, WR8 0HJ. Tel: 01684 592393 read more

  • Forget wet weather - just look at what our well-dressed wells are wearing Malvern Gazette: Members of the May Day procession gathered at its start pont at the Abbey Hotel.

    MALVERN’S creative spirits were undeterred by the prospect of wet weather, turning out to decorate wells, springs and spouts around the hills at the weekend. read more

  • St Gabriel's WI

    ON Tuesday, May 8, members met at the Village hall for the monthly meeting, chaired by president Carol Hutchins. read more

  • Dymock Festival Competition

    A RIP roaring and foot stomping evening of live music is set to conclude Diamond Jubilee celebrations in a village near Ledbury. read more

  • Solving Ayckbourn's 3D puzzle

    A LOCAL amateur theatre company is bringing one of Alan Ayckbourn’s most “ingenious” plays to the Worcester stage. read more

  • Alfrick and Lulsley

    AS one bank holiday draws to a close another sees plans well under way for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. read more

  • Coroner: Kate Prout was killed unlawfully

    A VERDICT of un - lawful killing has been recorded on Kate Prout, the 55-year-old retired Redmarley teacher murdered by her husband Adrian in November 2007. read more

  • Lively group to swing into action

    A HIGH-energy act who put a smile on the face of Simon Cowell will be hoping to do the same for an audience at Worcester’s Huntingdon Hall. read more

  • West Malvern

    CHILDREN, parents and teachers of St James Primary School are producing a school cookbook. read more

  • Crier is brilliant

    I AM writing to congratulate Malvern’s town crier in her new post. I think it is a brilliant idea by the council and I look forward to hearing her perform in town. read more

  • Young and old enjoy truly magical day

    RESIDENTS at a Worcestershire care home were kept entertained by some magical goings on. read more

  • Malvern Community Forest

    MEMBERS met for an indoor meeting at the United Reformed Church Hall, Malvern Link, for a presentation by Trevor Smart about Ravenshill Woodland Reserve near Alfrick. read more

  • Plea out for residents to join garden competion

    MALVERN in Bloom is looking for people who take pride in their gardens to take part in its annual residents’ competitions. read more

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