Entries by Susan Howell

Calling Community Project Creators – £85,000 funding available

Crowdfund Worcestershire has been launched by Worcestershire County Council to help local organisations gain funding through the Spacehive crowdfunding platform – https://www.spacehive.com/movement/worcs Worcestershire County Council has a funding pot of £85,000 available through Crowdfund Worcestershire to support organisations in their bid to help in the county’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic – https://www.spacehive.com/movement/worcs/supporters This is an opportunity […]

Help to pay your Council Tax bill

Worcester City Council wants to remind residents of the help available if their finances have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic and they are struggling to pay their council tax bill. The council recognises the financial difficulty which some of our residents have faced over the last three months – they are therefore trying to […]

Opening of the Play Areas in the Parish

Opening of the Play Areas in the Parish                      As play areas are now allowed to reopen, Worcester City Council will be working their way around all the play areas across the City. It will take time to clean and assess the play equipment to ensure […]

Warndon Parish Residents Food Drive

Dear friends and neighbours, Let’s keep the community spirit of “clap for carers” alive in Warndon Parish! The COVID-19 pandemic is making life much harder for people across our city on low income and in need of help. It is really important that we work together as a community during these uncertain times to support […]

Thank you

Warndon Parish say ‘Thank you’ to all NHS and Key Workers who are working hard to maintain all our services and protect and care for us during the Covid-19 pandemic. Help to show your appreciation by joining in the Thursday night ‘Clap for our carers & Key Workers’ at 8 p.m.  

Poster Competition

Some of you may, whilst out exercising have become aware of an increased level of dog fouling in the Parish. A couple of local residents and their families were so disgusted about the level of fouling in Racefield Meadow area, their children decided to take action by creating some posters and pinning them up, reminding […]