News archive - September 2016

  • Funding available for energy efficient businesses

    Published 29th September 2016

    Funding is now available to help lower running costs for energy efficient businesses.

  • Eastham Bridge – UPDATE

    Published 29th September 2016

    Worcestershire County Council can confirm that construction work to permanently replace Eastham Bridge is to begin next month.

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    Driving Home Delivering Better Roads Near You

    Published 28th September 2016

    It has been a busy summer for Worcestershire County Council’s Driving Home Programme with nearly 50 kilometres of improvements to local roads already completed benefiting almost 3,000 resident homes,

  • Norton unveiling

    Soldiers and battles remembered in Norton

    Published 27th September 2016

    Soldiers from the Worcestershire Regiment and the battles they fought in will be remembered for centuries to come after new information boards were unveiled in the village of Norton.

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    Lake works to take place next month

    Published 26th September 2016

    Essential repair work is to be carried out on a lake at County Hall next month to ensure water levels remain consistent to provide for both the emergency services and local wildlife.

  • Exploring Family History Websites

    Published 26th September 2016

    Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service are offering workshops to help people explore family history websites.

  • How will you quit?

    "There's never been a better time to quit smoking" says County Council's health chief - John Smith

    Published 22nd September 2016

    Worcestershire County Council's Cabinet Member for Health and Well-being is calling for residents to take up the Stoptober challenge next month (October).

  • Schools proposals approved

    Published 21st September 2016

    Proposals for two new schools in Worcestershire have been approved by WCC Planning and Regulatory Committee.

  • Starting family History

    Published 20th September 2016

    Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service is holding workshops to help people start researching their family history.

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    Hoobrook Link Road opens to the public

    Published 19th September 2016

    Motorists and businesses in Worcestershire can now benefit from the new £16m Hoobrook Link Road.

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