LONGDON Brownies celebrated St George’s Day by playing dragon games outdoors, listening to the story of St George and the dragon and making a jigsaw of the flag of St George.
CHRISTIAN Aid Week ended on Sunday after the doorto- door collections had been made by church volunteers.
BLUSTERY winds and heavy showers saw a small field of five riders turn out for VC Sevale’s club time trial on the Severn Stoke course.
A MAN has been left devastated when he returned home from a holiday to find his house had been burgled and his dog’s ashes had been stolen.
TALENTED Malvern 16-year-old Georgia Hennessy has been awarded a bursary from the Jaguar Academy of Sport fund.
MALVERN in Bloom is looking for green-fingered locals who take pride in their gardens to join its annual residents’ competition.
THE date for the next Pause for Thought was incorrect in last week’s column. The correct date should be Thursday, May 30.
A MAN accused of the murder of a man in his Worcester flat is due to appear at court tomorrow.
A TEAM who won the founder’s award in this year’s Well Dressing Festival are appealing for the return of part of their decoration.
THE improving Laura Speers won The Worcestershire’s English Women’s Golf Association monthly medal with a nett 73.
BIG Weekend: Saturday, May 25, until Monday, May 27, Flower Festival in church for three days and seven Open Gardens on Sunday and Monday.
THE High Court has overturned an order granting anonymity to Gillam Street killer David McGreavy, who murdered three children in Worcester in 1973.
POLICE in Worcestershire have defended taking DNA samples from 2,000 children over two years.
A PROJECT to bring the bright lights of Hollywood to smaller rural corners of the county has been given a £2,000 cash boost.
THE April meeting began with the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting, which were approved and signed.
NEWTOWN Sports Juniors finished their Mercian Festival Junior League Under Nines Division One campaign in style with a 3-1 win over Worcester Colts.
MAY I take this opportunity to thank you for a wonderful day out.
THE parents of a newborn baby left severely brain damaged after a student midwife failed to act on the signs of jaundice want to ensure the mistakes are never repeated.
CHER Lloyd is proving to be quite a star in America as her Midas touch continues.
TO most people, insects are just irritating pests but after Bill Indge’s most enthusiastic and enlightening talk his audience was converted.
OPENER Andy Cullen scored a superb 134 as Malvern came away with a Worcestershire League Division Three winning draw from Romsley and Hunnington.