County braced for heavy snow and blizzards

Malvern Gazette: ICY ROADS: Motorists are being urged to take extra care on the county’s roads as the cold snap begins to bite. ICY ROADS: Motorists are being urged to take extra care on the county’s roads as the cold snap begins to bite.

WORCESTERSHIRE is bracing itself for heavy snowfall and blizzard conditions on Friday as the cold snap looks set to worsen.

The Met Office has issued an amber warning for the West Midlands.

A depth of 10-15cm of snow is widely expected, with 25cm or more falling over hills and on higher ground between 4am and 6pm.

Blizzard conditions are also likely as winds strengthen from the southwest, creating the potential for some severe disruption on the county’s roads.

Eddy Carroll, the Met Office’s chief forecaster, said: “The snow is expected to be heaviest through Friday morning, slowly weakening and clearing east during the second half of the day. Clearly there is the potential for significant disruption to people’s plans.”

The weather is predicted to improve over the weekend but further outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow are expected to push in from the west at times. The snow that has fallen will be slow to melt and ice will continue to be a risk, especially at night.

An amber warning means people need to be prepared for the weather and take steps to protect themselves from the impacts of the severe weather.

Worcestershire County Council’s gritters were due out in force again on all primary and secondary routes from 4pm today.

Some sections of road identified as more hazardous were set to receive an additional treatment from 4.30am, with freezing fog, light snow or sleet a possibility during the night.

With temperatures reaching lows of -5C overnight, West Mercia Police received reports of several accidents on the roads due to the icy conditions.

The AA has told motorists to take measures to prepare for the continuing cold weather and coming snow, including carrying out basic checks, carrying plenty of warm clothing, blankets, de-icer and a scraper as well as food, a hot flask and a fully-charged mobile.

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5:48pm Wed 16 Jan 13

More Tea Vicar says...

Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please?
Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please? More Tea Vicar

9:06pm Wed 16 Jan 13

saucerer says...

How many signs in that photo?
How many signs in that photo? saucerer

9:30pm Wed 16 Jan 13

pinkfluff says...

More Tea Vicar wrote:
Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please?
Head between knees I think lol.


Agree about the signs, I wouldn't know which one to look at first, my poor little brain would struggle to cope. Sensory overload.
[quote][p][bold]More Tea Vicar[/bold] wrote: Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please?[/p][/quote]Head between knees I think lol. Agree about the signs, I wouldn't know which one to look at first, my poor little brain would struggle to cope. Sensory overload. pinkfluff

9:34pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Respectable says...

We need a new sign to warn us there are multiple warning signs ahead.
We need a new sign to warn us there are multiple warning signs ahead. Respectable

10:37pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Biggles says...

Well I've spoken to the customers that I'm supposed to be visiting on Friday, and they are well aware that if the conditions are as predicted, I wont be visiting.
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We can't say we haven't been advised as to what conditions are expected.
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On that basis, I'm very grateful for the article, and warnings.
Well I've spoken to the customers that I'm supposed to be visiting on Friday, and they are well aware that if the conditions are as predicted, I wont be visiting. . We can't say we haven't been advised as to what conditions are expected. . On that basis, I'm very grateful for the article, and warnings. Biggles

10:50pm Wed 16 Jan 13

batchelorboy says...

More Tea Vicar wrote:
Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please?
I'm prepared...

I got my walking boots out! :)
[quote][p][bold]More Tea Vicar[/bold] wrote: Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please?[/p][/quote]I'm prepared... I got my walking boots out! :) batchelorboy

11:15pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Biggles says...

batchelorboy wrote:
More Tea Vicar wrote: Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please?
I'm prepared... I got my walking boots out! :)
Same here.
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I'll unload my car tomorrow night at the workshop, then if I do end up not being able to drive on Friday, (my "ultimate driving machine" does not do snow at all lol), at least I can walk down to the workshop to do some work.
[quote][p][bold]batchelorboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Tea Vicar[/bold] wrote: Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please?[/p][/quote]I'm prepared... I got my walking boots out! :)[/p][/quote]Same here. . I'll unload my car tomorrow night at the workshop, then if I do end up not being able to drive on Friday, (my "ultimate driving machine" does not do snow at all lol), at least I can walk down to the workshop to do some work. Biggles

7:58am Thu 17 Jan 13

Redhillman says...

saucerer wrote:
How many signs in that photo?
7 signs within a couple of hundred yards. Where's the one which says vehicles on the road?
[quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: How many signs in that photo?[/p][/quote]7 signs within a couple of hundred yards. Where's the one which says vehicles on the road? Redhillman

8:27am Thu 17 Jan 13

Karl Hunderson says...

Redhillman wrote:
saucerer wrote:
How many signs in that photo?
7 signs within a couple of hundred yards. Where's the one which says vehicles on the road?
There was an accident on this corner Tuesday morning, I am assuming it was due to the fact the road was covered in ice caused by water run off from private land. Not sure you can fault anybody for at least trying to make people aware of potential hazards. Hopefully people will notice the additional ice warning sign and drive appropriately although the council were on the scene at the same time as the police on Tuesday clearing the ice. I expect Saucerer will claim that they should have acted sooner as if they were some kind of omnipresence on our roads.
[quote][p][bold]Redhillman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: How many signs in that photo?[/p][/quote]7 signs within a couple of hundred yards. Where's the one which says vehicles on the road?[/p][/quote]There was an accident on this corner Tuesday morning, I am assuming it was due to the fact the road was covered in ice caused by water run off from private land. Not sure you can fault anybody for at least trying to make people aware of potential hazards. Hopefully people will notice the additional ice warning sign and drive appropriately although the council were on the scene at the same time as the police on Tuesday clearing the ice. I expect Saucerer will claim that they should have acted sooner as if they were some kind of omnipresence on our roads. Karl Hunderson

9:16am Thu 17 Jan 13

mr_wilson15 says...

Karl Hunderson wrote:
Redhillman wrote:
saucerer wrote:
How many signs in that photo?
7 signs within a couple of hundred yards. Where's the one which says vehicles on the road?
There was an accident on this corner Tuesday morning, I am assuming it was due to the fact the road was covered in ice caused by water run off from private land. Not sure you can fault anybody for at least trying to make people aware of potential hazards. Hopefully people will notice the additional ice warning sign and drive appropriately although the council were on the scene at the same time as the police on Tuesday clearing the ice. I expect Saucerer will claim that they should have acted sooner as if they were some kind of omnipresence on our roads.
It's as well they preceeded the "slippery road" sign with one warning of ice. Now people might take care around the 30mph corner. How many warnings do people need?!?!
[quote][p][bold]Karl Hunderson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redhillman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: How many signs in that photo?[/p][/quote]7 signs within a couple of hundred yards. Where's the one which says vehicles on the road?[/p][/quote]There was an accident on this corner Tuesday morning, I am assuming it was due to the fact the road was covered in ice caused by water run off from private land. Not sure you can fault anybody for at least trying to make people aware of potential hazards. Hopefully people will notice the additional ice warning sign and drive appropriately although the council were on the scene at the same time as the police on Tuesday clearing the ice. I expect Saucerer will claim that they should have acted sooner as if they were some kind of omnipresence on our roads.[/p][/quote]It's as well they preceeded the "slippery road" sign with one warning of ice. Now people might take care around the 30mph corner. How many warnings do people need?!?! mr_wilson15

3:27pm Thu 17 Jan 13

More Tea Vicar says...

batchelorboy wrote:
More Tea Vicar wrote:
Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please?
I'm prepared...

I got my walking boots out! :)
And there was me in the air crash brace position.

I feel so silly.
[quote][p][bold]batchelorboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Tea Vicar[/bold] wrote: Can OUR Evening News give us instructions on how to 'brace' ourselves for snow, please?[/p][/quote]I'm prepared... I got my walking boots out! :)[/p][/quote]And there was me in the air crash brace position. I feel so silly. More Tea Vicar

3:31pm Thu 17 Jan 13

More Tea Vicar says...

mr_wilson15 wrote:
Karl Hunderson wrote:
Redhillman wrote:
saucerer wrote:
How many signs in that photo?
7 signs within a couple of hundred yards. Where's the one which says vehicles on the road?
There was an accident on this corner Tuesday morning, I am assuming it was due to the fact the road was covered in ice caused by water run off from private land. Not sure you can fault anybody for at least trying to make people aware of potential hazards. Hopefully people will notice the additional ice warning sign and drive appropriately although the council were on the scene at the same time as the police on Tuesday clearing the ice. I expect Saucerer will claim that they should have acted sooner as if they were some kind of omnipresence on our roads.
It's as well they preceeded the "slippery road" sign with one warning of ice. Now people might take care around the 30mph corner. How many warnings do people need?!?!
It is difficult to strike the right balance.

The WN is right to warn about the possibility of cold weather. The Council is right to put the signs out.

Equally, the Council can't be expected to grit every yard of every road in the County.

My only issue would be with the WN's sometimes rather florid language. And even then, it's not much of an issue.

I do like a quiet chortle, though. And maybe I should get out more. After the snow's gone.

Anyway, back to work.....stuff to sell, coffee to drink ......
[quote][p][bold]mr_wilson15[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karl Hunderson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redhillman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: How many signs in that photo?[/p][/quote]7 signs within a couple of hundred yards. Where's the one which says vehicles on the road?[/p][/quote]There was an accident on this corner Tuesday morning, I am assuming it was due to the fact the road was covered in ice caused by water run off from private land. Not sure you can fault anybody for at least trying to make people aware of potential hazards. Hopefully people will notice the additional ice warning sign and drive appropriately although the council were on the scene at the same time as the police on Tuesday clearing the ice. I expect Saucerer will claim that they should have acted sooner as if they were some kind of omnipresence on our roads.[/p][/quote]It's as well they preceeded the "slippery road" sign with one warning of ice. Now people might take care around the 30mph corner. How many warnings do people need?!?![/p][/quote]It is difficult to strike the right balance. The WN is right to warn about the possibility of cold weather. The Council is right to put the signs out. Equally, the Council can't be expected to grit every yard of every road in the County. My only issue would be with the WN's sometimes rather florid language. And even then, it's not much of an issue. I do like a quiet chortle, though. And maybe I should get out more. After the snow's gone. Anyway, back to work.....stuff to sell, coffee to drink ...... More Tea Vicar

4:01pm Thu 17 Jan 13

TDH123 says...

Surely you must mean 10-15 inches??
Surely you must mean 10-15 inches?? TDH123

5:25pm Thu 17 Jan 13

Omicron says...

OK so it's going to snow - so what. After all it is January so what do you expect?
No doubt the country will fall apart and people will use it as an excuse as to why not to go to work.

What intrigues me is how snow can prevent people going to work but doesn't necessarily prevent them from getting home.
OK so it's going to snow - so what. After all it is January so what do you expect? No doubt the country will fall apart and people will use it as an excuse as to why not to go to work. What intrigues me is how snow can prevent people going to work but doesn't necessarily prevent them from getting home. Omicron

5:26pm Thu 17 Jan 13

Omicron says...

OK so it's going to snow - so what. After all it is January so what do you expect?
No doubt the country will fall apart and people will use it as an excuse as to why not to go to work.

What intrigues me is how snow can prevent people going to work but doesn't necessarily prevent them from getting home.
OK so it's going to snow - so what. After all it is January so what do you expect? No doubt the country will fall apart and people will use it as an excuse as to why not to go to work. What intrigues me is how snow can prevent people going to work but doesn't necessarily prevent them from getting home. Omicron

7:56pm Thu 17 Jan 13

TDH123 says...

75 cm in parts of Sweden - life has not come to a stop here!!
75 cm in parts of Sweden - life has not come to a stop here!! TDH123

8:15pm Thu 17 Jan 13

ispywithmylitleeye says...

saucerer wrote:
How many signs in that photo?
Yes, but if you were travelling at 60 miles an hour and skidded around the sharp bend while hitting a deer. You would be the first to complain if there were no signs..
[quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: How many signs in that photo?[/p][/quote]Yes, but if you were travelling at 60 miles an hour and skidded around the sharp bend while hitting a deer. You would be the first to complain if there were no signs.. ispywithmylitleeye

10:11pm Thu 17 Jan 13

saucerer says...

I see other counties have more gritters and are able to clear more roads than Worcestershire. Staffordshire for example have twice as many gritters and are able to treat 80% of their roads, much much more than Worcestershire County Council.
I see other counties have more gritters and are able to clear more roads than Worcestershire. Staffordshire for example have twice as many gritters and are able to treat 80% of their roads, much much more than Worcestershire County Council. saucerer

10:23pm Thu 17 Jan 13

DEMRICS says...

saucerer wrote:
I see other counties have more gritters and are able to clear more roads than Worcestershire. Staffordshire for example have twice as many gritters and are able to treat 80% of their roads, much much more than Worcestershire County Council.
Sounds about right, our highways people behind everyone else. I bet most of them will shirk from their duties tomorrow and won't be at work because of the snow, neglecting the duties we pay them to undertake.
[quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: I see other counties have more gritters and are able to clear more roads than Worcestershire. Staffordshire for example have twice as many gritters and are able to treat 80% of their roads, much much more than Worcestershire County Council.[/p][/quote]Sounds about right, our highways people behind everyone else. I bet most of them will shirk from their duties tomorrow and won't be at work because of the snow, neglecting the duties we pay them to undertake. DEMRICS

10:40pm Thu 17 Jan 13

saucerer says...

Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements.
Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements. saucerer

11:49pm Thu 17 Jan 13

jovialcommonsense says...

saucerer wrote:
Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements.
I think you will find these guys are responding at short notice to unsociable working hours to try and enable all of us to travel safer.
They do this to the detriment of themselves and their friends and families.
Because of people with attitudes like yours I would not do it and would prefer to leave them to their own means.
[quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements.[/p][/quote]I think you will find these guys are responding at short notice to unsociable working hours to try and enable all of us to travel safer. They do this to the detriment of themselves and their friends and families. Because of people with attitudes like yours I would not do it and would prefer to leave them to their own means. jovialcommonsense

8:50am Fri 18 Jan 13

More Tea Vicar says...

jovialcommonsense wrote:
saucerer wrote:
Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements.
I think you will find these guys are responding at short notice to unsociable working hours to try and enable all of us to travel safer.
They do this to the detriment of themselves and their friends and families.
Because of people with attitudes like yours I would not do it and would prefer to leave them to their own means.
But it's what they're paid for...like ambulance staff, police, hospital workers, factory shift workers...

It's just part of the job.

I actually think they seem to have done ok, so I'm not particularly knocking them. I just don't think it should be regarded as anything particularly out of the ordinary. It's just their job.
[quote][p][bold]jovialcommonsense[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements.[/p][/quote]I think you will find these guys are responding at short notice to unsociable working hours to try and enable all of us to travel safer. They do this to the detriment of themselves and their friends and families. Because of people with attitudes like yours I would not do it and would prefer to leave them to their own means.[/p][/quote]But it's what they're paid for...like ambulance staff, police, hospital workers, factory shift workers... It's just part of the job. I actually think they seem to have done ok, so I'm not particularly knocking them. I just don't think it should be regarded as anything particularly out of the ordinary. It's just their job. More Tea Vicar

10:46am Fri 18 Jan 13

jovialcommonsense says...

More Tea Vicar wrote:
jovialcommonsense wrote:
saucerer wrote:
Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements.
I think you will find these guys are responding at short notice to unsociable working hours to try and enable all of us to travel safer.
They do this to the detriment of themselves and their friends and families.
Because of people with attitudes like yours I would not do it and would prefer to leave them to their own means.
But it's what they're paid for...like ambulance staff, police, hospital workers, factory shift workers...

It's just part of the job.

I actually think they seem to have done ok, so I'm not particularly knocking them. I just don't think it should be regarded as anything particularly out of the ordinary. It's just their job.
I agree MTV, but these people who "volunteered" to be paid for this do not sit around 365 days a year waiting to grit our roads. They will probably be employed as council drivers in other services, so are working extra.
If someone is paid to do a job it shouldn't stop us appreciating their endeavours.
[quote][p][bold]More Tea Vicar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jovialcommonsense[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements.[/p][/quote]I think you will find these guys are responding at short notice to unsociable working hours to try and enable all of us to travel safer. They do this to the detriment of themselves and their friends and families. Because of people with attitudes like yours I would not do it and would prefer to leave them to their own means.[/p][/quote]But it's what they're paid for...like ambulance staff, police, hospital workers, factory shift workers... It's just part of the job. I actually think they seem to have done ok, so I'm not particularly knocking them. I just don't think it should be regarded as anything particularly out of the ordinary. It's just their job.[/p][/quote]I agree MTV, but these people who "volunteered" to be paid for this do not sit around 365 days a year waiting to grit our roads. They will probably be employed as council drivers in other services, so are working extra. If someone is paid to do a job it shouldn't stop us appreciating their endeavours. jovialcommonsense

12:59pm Fri 18 Jan 13

pinkfluff says...

jovialcommonsense wrote:
More Tea Vicar wrote:
jovialcommonsense wrote:
saucerer wrote:
Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements.
I think you will find these guys are responding at short notice to unsociable working hours to try and enable all of us to travel safer.
They do this to the detriment of themselves and their friends and families.
Because of people with attitudes like yours I would not do it and would prefer to leave them to their own means.
But it's what they're paid for...like ambulance staff, police, hospital workers, factory shift workers...

It's just part of the job.

I actually think they seem to have done ok, so I'm not particularly knocking them. I just don't think it should be regarded as anything particularly out of the ordinary. It's just their job.
I agree MTV, but these people who "volunteered" to be paid for this do not sit around 365 days a year waiting to grit our roads. They will probably be employed as council drivers in other services, so are working extra.
If someone is paid to do a job it shouldn't stop us appreciating their endeavours.
I agree jovial.

@mtv Yes it may be their job and they get paid but they care. If they didn't no one would do the job in the first place. Imagine that? No police, fire fighters or ambulance drivers. A little credit where credit is due would be nice.
[quote][p][bold]jovialcommonsense[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]More Tea Vicar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jovialcommonsense[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: Jon Fraser has just been on BBC Midlands Today asking their viewers to spare a thought for his department as they grit roads through the night. So he's asking us to be grateful towards the highways department for doing what they're paid to do anyway. Well, lets hold party for them to then while we celebrate their achievements.[/p][/quote]I think you will find these guys are responding at short notice to unsociable working hours to try and enable all of us to travel safer. They do this to the detriment of themselves and their friends and families. Because of people with attitudes like yours I would not do it and would prefer to leave them to their own means.[/p][/quote]But it's what they're paid for...like ambulance staff, police, hospital workers, factory shift workers... It's just part of the job. I actually think they seem to have done ok, so I'm not particularly knocking them. I just don't think it should be regarded as anything particularly out of the ordinary. It's just their job.[/p][/quote]I agree MTV, but these people who "volunteered" to be paid for this do not sit around 365 days a year waiting to grit our roads. They will probably be employed as council drivers in other services, so are working extra. If someone is paid to do a job it shouldn't stop us appreciating their endeavours.[/p][/quote]I agree jovial. @mtv Yes it may be their job and they get paid but they care. If they didn't no one would do the job in the first place. Imagine that? No police, fire fighters or ambulance drivers. A little credit where credit is due would be nice. pinkfluff

1:10pm Fri 18 Jan 13

saucerer says...

I wonder whether the roads on which council staff live on will be gritted and ploughed.
I wonder whether the roads on which council staff live on will be gritted and ploughed. saucerer

2:41pm Fri 18 Jan 13

jovialcommonsense says...

saucerer wrote:
I wonder whether the roads on which council staff live on will be gritted and ploughed.
I hope they don't grit and plough your road. It's much better having you trapped at your computer, allowing you to enlighten us with your wisdom.
[quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: I wonder whether the roads on which council staff live on will be gritted and ploughed.[/p][/quote]I hope they don't grit and plough your road. It's much better having you trapped at your computer, allowing you to enlighten us with your wisdom. jovialcommonsense

7:15pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Guy66 says...

jovialcommonsense wrote:
saucerer wrote:
I wonder whether the roads on which council staff live on will be gritted and ploughed.
I hope they don't grit and plough your road. It's much better having you trapped at your computer, allowing you to enlighten us with your wisdom.
If you want to spend the time mapping council staff addresses to gritting routes here is your starting point - http://gis.worcester
shire.gov.uk/wccgiso
nline/maps.aspx?l=39
[quote][p][bold]jovialcommonsense[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: I wonder whether the roads on which council staff live on will be gritted and ploughed.[/p][/quote]I hope they don't grit and plough your road. It's much better having you trapped at your computer, allowing you to enlighten us with your wisdom.[/p][/quote]If you want to spend the time mapping council staff addresses to gritting routes here is your starting point - http://gis.worcester shire.gov.uk/wccgiso nline/maps.aspx?l=39 Guy66
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