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On this day:

  • No changes to council tax support scheme in Redditch

    RESIDENTS have a chance to have their say on no changes to the council tax support scheme. read more

  • First Responders help youngsters achieve their badge

    MEMBERS of Redditch First Responders have helped Redditch Beaver Scouts gain their 1st stage emergency aid badge. read more

  • Enjoy a comedy cocktail at the Palace Theatre

    FRESH from yet another Edinburgh Fringe run, plus touring Australia, New Zealand and the UK and recording Life: An Idiot’s Guide and What Does The K Stand For (BBC Radio 4), feel-good maestro Stephen K Amos is hitting the road. read more

  • Get some career advice at Skills on Show Redditch Advertiser:

    THE leader of Redditch Council, Councillor Leader Bill Hartnett, is urging budding Alan Sugars to pop along to a skills and education show to help them decide their future careers. read more

  • Redditch Lions Club

    AFTER the successful events of the summer and the encouraging outcome of the club’s first ever fun run in aid of men’s cancer, where the proceeds were split evenly between the Rory the Robot scheme at the Alexandra Hospital, and the UK Prostate Cancer charity, plans are under way for Autumn and Christmas. read more

  • Exhibition of retirement home developer's plans for Alvechurch land

    RESIDENTS, businesses and local councillors will have an opportunity to shape new homes for older people and improved community sports facilities in Alvechurch, as McCarthy & Stone holds a public exhibition to display its early proposals for land at Birmingham Road, Alvechurch. read more

  • Hospital trust still under pressure as winter approaches

    THE amount of patients in Worcestershire who have been waiting longer than 18 weeks for an operation currently stands at 1,839 – despite hospital bosses having pledged to clear the backlog by September. read more

  • Beoley WI

    COLIN Bell, who used to play the piano in Hollywood and knew many famous people there, entertained us most enjoyably on keyboard and with anecdotes. We sang along to a selection of popular songs. We had a good three-course supper with wine, in a hall decorated with seasonal flowers and foliage by member Linda Williams. read more

  • Big Dogs Breakfast at Redditch store

    STORE colleagues at the Pets at Home store in Redditch are hosting a breakfast event to raise money for Dogs for the Disabled. Part of a national initiative, the Big Dogs Breakfast will take place in store on Sunday, November 2 at 9am, an hour before opening. The store team is inviting the local community to enjoy a hot beverage and some breakfast treats, with or without their dog, in return for a small donation. All funds raised on the day will be donated to Dogs for the Disabled, which works to change lives by creating exceptional partnerships between children and adults living with disability and specially trained assistance dogs. read more

  • CCTV operator commended for helping catch escaped HMP Hewell prisoner

    ONE of Stratford-on-Avon District Council’s CCTV operators has been honoured at the Warwickshire Police Awards Ceremony for the work carried out in tracking a prisoner who escaped from HMP Hewell. read more

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