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There's a chance to hear a talk in April by the best-selling Worcester-based author Dilip Sarkar MBE. A prolific writer and accomplished speaker, Dilip is an internationally recognised expert on the Second World War - especially the Battle of Britain, having enjoyed a unique relationship with 'Churchill's Few'.
An evening of performance before Christmas saw the re-launch of Worcester Arts Workshop. The transformation of the building on Sansome Street in the city centre has begun with a fresh new look in the public spaces, including The Third Space, a performance area for music and events.
Renting an allotment is a great way to enjoy the outdoors, meet people and eat healthily. There are more than 25 sites across Worcester, including several on the west side of the city. Pete Parry is Chairman of the Worcester Allotment Forum and tells us more.
Worcester Society of Artists meets every week in St John's, with a busy programme of events. There are talks, demonstrations, competitions and painting evenings. Prospective members are very welcome to come along for the evening to see if they'd like to join.