Entries by Susan Carr

Worcestershire County Council Independent Remuneration Panel Members

Are you interested in local democracy and how Councillors carry out their role? Worcestershire County Council is looking for two members of the public to join its Independent Remuneration Panel (IRP) which advises the Council on the allowances to be paid to Councillors. Meetings normally take place 3 times per year at County Hall, Worcester, […]

Flu and COVID-19 Winter 2023

Flu Flu occurs every year, usually in the winter, which is why it’s sometimes called seasonal flu. It’s a highly infectious disease with symptoms that come on very quickly. To find out more about the symptoms of flu visit the NHS website. Flu vaccination: who should have it this winter and why? The flu vaccine provides […]

Councillor Andy Roberts

We are sorry to say that Councillor Andy Roberts has passed away following a short illness. Each of us will have our own memories of Andy, he was an integral part of our community and will be remembered as a friend and as a dedicated Councillor representing Warndon Villages at the County Council and Worcester […]

Have your say on timing of parish council elections

Worcester residents are being asked for their views on the timing of elections for the city’s two parish councils, Warndon and St Peter the Great. Consideration is being given to moving the elections to coincide with those for Worcester City Council, which are changing from taking place in three years out of four to only […]

Age UK Herefordshire and Worcestershire Community Group Launches

The Creative Arts Social Group will be starting on Friday 9th June, from 1-3pm, here at our Malvern Gate Office, WR2 4BN.   https://www.ageuk.org.uk/herefordshireandworcestershire/activities-and-events/creative-arts-social-group2/ Everyone’s first session is Free and £3 per session following.  The sessions will run every Friday at the same times unless stated otherwise.  Art equipment, materials and refreshments are all included.   Any skill level is welcome and a great opportunity to meet new people […]

Have your say on planning in Worcestershire

The planning consultation database for the county is being refreshed and Worcestershire County Council would like to invite residents and businesses to register so that they can have their say on planning matters. The Council plays a significant planning role across the whole of Worcestershire including policies and strategies about minerals and waste and major […]

An update from the Police

UPDATE | Police operation following speeding complaints in Worcester Last Saturday (3 June) we responded to numerous calls from members of the public in relation to ‘Street Racers’ close to the KFC restaurant in Nunnery Way in Worcester. Our officers attended and witnessed numerous driving offences including a road traffic collision where a black BMW […]

Annual Parish Meeting 17 May

Warndon Parish Council Annual Open Meeting will be held on Wednesday 17th May 2023 7.30 p.m. at the Lyppard HUB   Rebecca Lashley (Environmental Projects Officer) Worcestershire County Council will be speaking about   Worcestershire Green Infrastructure Strategy Local Nature Strategy & Biodiversity Net Gain and how the this will shape future delivery of green […]

Warndon SNT – Mobile Phone security advice

Mobile Phone advice. Things to do now, that will help if your phone gets stolen Secure your phone -Use your phone’s security features to stop someone using your phone if it’s stolen. Choose a strong PIN, passcode, password or pattern. Get your phone’s IMEI number by typing *#06# on your phone keypad. Keep a note […]

Illegal works – Dropped kerbs on the public highway

Worcestershire County Council has recently identified instances of unauthorised and illegal works on the Worcestershire Highway. These works were to install Vehicular Dropped Kerbs on the public footway outside of private properties. Initial enquiries suggest that there may be a larger problem countywide with tradesmen/contractors/companies falsely advertising that they are approved by Worcestershire County Council […]