are delighted to present it 65th production.
January family fun!
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The start of a new year is a good time to advertise your business, shop or service to local people. Our Feb/March edition can do just that for you. Get in touch or read more to find out how we can help you get your message out through advertising in one or more of our local magazines.
At Roots we make A LOT of scones! There is nothing quite as comforting as the wafting aroma of baking scones and they really are simple to make. With a few store cupboard ingredients you can turn an afternoon cup of tea into quite a treat which is always appreciated by a friend calling in, or in my case, particularly enjoyed by children after a long day at school.
Worcester has a long and proud history. The city can lay claim to being the home of many notable people, buildings and moments that were pivotal in English history. Worcester Civic Society exists to champion the city's heritage and with a varied programme of events they create opportunities for discussion, particularly on matters affecting the City's development and presentation. Sandra Taylor, a member of the society, tells us more.
Since it started two years ago, hundreds of items have been repaired by the volunteers at Worcester Repair Cafe. Meeting on the second Saturday of each month, everybody is welcome to bring something along to have it fixed. Rod Howell is one of the organisers and tells us more.
The Henry & James Willis Trust helps people in the Worcester area who are recovering from an illness, have been in hospital recently or have a long-term health problem. The Charity provides cash grants to assist with a short break away from home to help with recovery, which can be at a destination of your choice and to include a carer if required. The Trustees also consider other appropriate ways of offering assistance.