Another family treat with this years folk festival.Read more »
Giving people unique access to some of Britain's most beautiful, memorable gardens while raising funds for many charitiesRead more »
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Since it started two years ago, hundreds of items have been repaired by the volunteers at Worcester Repair Café. 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.
Remember when it snowed in February? The temperature dived below zero. On the Wednesday evening of the cold weather the temperature inside the temple started to fall as well. Minutes before our public service I noticed the boiler had cut out. The condensate pipe was frozen solid. Whilst Satya led the service, I spent the evening trying to thaw out the pipe...
… Sausage and beans! So, the bean scene is changing and for the better! British beans are back, no small feat as they had fallen out of favour with farmers conventionally growing cereal crops year after year and relying on artificial inputs to boost crop yields.