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WODYS are back - with a super summer concert

7th August 2021

WODYS, aged 8 to 18, will be dancing and singing a variety of numbers from shows including Shrek, Annie, Footloose and Whistle Down The Wind, and many more, as well as putting on a fantastic finale. There will only be two performances, a matinee starting at 2.30pm and an evening performance starting...

Top things to see and do at The Game Fair 2021

23rd July 2021

After last year’s cancellation, The Game Fair will be bigger and better than ever this summer, the wide array of family-friendly features and attractions ensuring that there is something for everyone. Returning to familiar territory, Europe’s largest outdoor countryside festival will be held...

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Theo’s support for Primrose’s Big Summer Stroll following granddad’s death

6th June 2021

A YOUNG boy who received bereavement support from Primrose Hospice is backing its Big Summer Stroll taking place at Hanbury Hall. Theo Giles, from Redditch, has urged people to get behind the event which takes place on Saturday, July 3 at the stunning grounds of the National Trust property, near Droitwich. The...

The Adam Stansfield Foundation We want to reach and help more children

12th April 2021

The unprecedented support following Adam’ s death from Bowel Cancer, aged just 31, in August 2010, led to the creation of the Adam Stansfield Foundation.  Our Aim:  The promotion of community participation in healthy recreation for the benefit of children and young people up to...

Are school cleaning services beneficial during covid?

1st March 2021

As you'll know, school cleaning services are fantastic at keeping your school in great shape throughout the year. School cleaning can make classrooms shine as bright as the brightest students in your school. However, right now it's vital to keep up with school cleaning during the covid outbreak. Many...

9 Simple and Effective Ways You Can Teach Computer Programming To Your Kids

19th January 2021

The digital world is prominent in today’s society – technology is the basis of most sectors and industries and is needed everywhere. Those that are not familiar with technology, may not always adapt successfully and may have reduced opportunities in society. This is why so many people decide...

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New partnership to create excellent educational experiences

24th November 2020

On September the 1st, 2020, Shires Multi Academy Trust was formed, comprising founding members: Feckenham Church of England School, Studley High School and Webheath Academy Primary School. CEO of the Trust, Mr Lee Gray, “We formed this trust with a simple vision to create a family of academies...

How remote learning has enabled King’s St Alban’s children to become unstoppable

17th November 2020

Richard Chapman, headteacher at King’s St Alban’s, highlights how proactive teaching and innovative technology have provided continuity of learning and allowed Junior School children to thrive during a year of change and uncertainty.  Now more than ever, education needs focus, momentum...

Cecil Duckworth’s Charitable Legacy Recognised in Heartfelt Tribute by Local Hospice

17th November 2020

The Chief Executive of Acorns Children’s Hospice has paid a heartfelt tribute to former Worcester Warriors owner Cecil Duckworth CBE – the man whose generosity led to the opening of the charity’s children’s hospice in Worcester in 2005. Mr Duckworth, who sadly passed away aged...

New fund set up to help feed local families

10th November 2020

Food banks across the south are set to benefit from a new fund set up by a regional co-operative. Southern Co-op has made an initial donation of £5,000 to its Feed a Family Fund so local food banks can start applying for help straightaway. The independent co-operative is also asking its customers...

Lockdown - keeping your independents

10th November 2020

Worcester’s independent businesses are urging the local community to continue to support them during the second lockdown. City independent retailers form 64% of all Worcester businesses and rely heavily on local footfall.  They are having to rapidly adapt for the next lockdown in line with...

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Come and join the RGS Worcester Family of Schools

10th November 2020

The RGS Worcester Family of Schools offers outstanding education for boys and girls from 2 to 18 years of age. Whether a child begins their RGS J ourney at RGS The Grange, RGS Springfield, RGS Dodderhill or RGS Worcester, they will receive the very best preparation for life. Our Prep Schools provide...

Special offers and summer holiday fun by the bucket load to be had at 360 Play Basildon

7th August 2018

Basildon’s favourite family entertainment centre 360 Play, at Festival Leisure Park, has some great ways to keep youngsters happy and entertained throughout the long summer holidays and during August there are a variety of special offers and events available to visitors. What’s more, all...

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360 Play

4th April 2018

  360 Play is the one stop family entertainment venue for creative, active, stimulating fun whatever the weather. Enjoy soft play on our huge play frames; giant wave slides, aerial gliders, interactive ball zone, assault race track, aerial swings, cargo nets and tunnels, carousel, dodgem...

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