It's the weekend! Let's forget the floods and go shopping in Worcester, the city that's #Open4Business

Malvern Gazette: LET'S SHOP: Worcester is open for business LET'S SHOP: Worcester is open for business

FLOODING and traffic problems have made it a tough week for everyone. But now it's the weekend and time to unwind with a visit to Worcester's shops, bars, cafes and restaurants.

We're backing the #Open4Business campaign to champion the city's traders after a week of disruption.

Join us. Tweet your shopping pictures using #Open4Business and show everyone that Worcester is not a city that lets the weather get it down!

Follow our live feed below to find out what people are saying about shopping today:

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9:04am Sat 15 Feb 14

voledog says...

When in deep water turn to shallow consumerism. Is George Osborne now coming up with ideas for articles for the WN?
Another grammatical masterpiece of a headline by the way, Mr Editor.
When in deep water turn to shallow consumerism. Is George Osborne now coming up with ideas for articles for the WN? Another grammatical masterpiece of a headline by the way, Mr Editor. voledog

10:56am Sat 15 Feb 14

Ted Elgar says...

I must rush out and spend loads of money.. immediately.
This ebay thing is totally overrated; I need to get wet outside Debenhams and have a good argument before I feel fulfilled as a consumer.
I must rush out and spend loads of money.. immediately. This ebay thing is totally overrated; I need to get wet outside Debenhams and have a good argument before I feel fulfilled as a consumer. Ted Elgar

12:07pm Sat 15 Feb 14

gemma6 says...

Rather insensitive to those who have suffered as a result of the weather. How about we forget the shopping and find out if we can help out?
Rather insensitive to those who have suffered as a result of the weather. How about we forget the shopping and find out if we can help out? gemma6

5:21pm Sat 15 Feb 14

truth must out says...

voledog wrote:
When in deep water turn to shallow consumerism. Is George Osborne now coming up with ideas for articles for the WN?
Another grammatical masterpiece of a headline by the way, Mr Editor.
Awful headline.......!!!
[quote][p][bold]voledog[/bold] wrote: When in deep water turn to shallow consumerism. Is George Osborne now coming up with ideas for articles for the WN? Another grammatical masterpiece of a headline by the way, Mr Editor.[/p][/quote]Awful headline.......!!! truth must out

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