Chance to Have Your Say

  Residents have the chance to influence Wychavon's future priorities by taking part in a new survey. The Wychavon Residents' Survey gives people across the district an opportunity to say what really matters to them and what they think of local services. Feedback will be used to help Wychavon decide where to focus its resources over the next f...
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Action on Homes

Reducing the number of empty homes across the district will be the focus of a week long campaign by members of Wychavon's housing team. As part of Action on Empty Homes Week, which runs from 23 to 29 September, officers will be taking to the streets to hear from residents about the impact empty homes are having on their community. The team will be ...
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Free event to support new and existing Neighbourhood Watch

  Residents from across the Malvern Hills and Wychavon districts will have the chance to learn how to create a successful Neighbourhood Watch scheme for their community. The Neighbourhood Watch Together event will be held from 5pm to 8pm on 25 September at Leigh and Bransford Memorial Hall on Sherridge Road in Leigh Sinton. The drop-in market ...
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Vote for Wychavon’s parks to become the nation’s favourite

  Wychavon residents are being urged to vote for their local Green Flag park to become the nation's favourite. Organised by Keep Britain Tidy, the People's Choice Awards aim to find the country's top ten parks from a record-breaking 1,970 awarded Green Flag Award status by the charity. In July, Abbey Park and Workman Gardens in Evesham, Vines ...
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Project showcasing Evesham’s history to launch in autumn

  An art installation which will project photographs of Evesham's history onto the Almonry Museum is set to launch this autumn. The Almonry Projection, which is part of the Enlighten Project, has been approved by Wychavon planners to run for one year. In autumn, every night from dusk to 11pm, a variety of still photographs will be projected sl...
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OVO Energy Tour of Britain 2019 comes to Pershore

  Up to 120 of the world's best cyclists are set to ride through Pershore this month as the OVO Energy Tour of Britain 2019 comes to the market town. The OVO Energy Tour of Britain 2019 is a 1,250km race held over eight days starting in Glasgow on Saturday, 7 September, and ending in Manchester on Saturday, 14 September. More than 5,000 specta...
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Wychavon’s town centres undergo annual deep clean

  Town centres across Wychavon are undergoing an annual clean-up. Wychavon District Council's contractors, FCC Environment, are out in force using specialist equipment to scrub the pavements to remove dirt, stains and chewing gum. The deep cleanse started in Pershore last week and will also be carried out in Evesham and Droitwich Spa town cent...
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Wychavon residents have the chance to meet their local councillors

  Wychavon residents will have the chance to raise any questions they may have with their local councillor at two events next month. Visitors at Pebworth Party in the Park will be able to meet Thomas Havemann-Mart, district councillor for Honeybourne and Pebworth ward, on Sunday, 1 September. He will be on hand to answer any queries from 12pm ...
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Improvements to Corporation and Crown Meadow

Works are planned to Corporation Meadow to upgrade the existing riverside path to make it better for cyclists and those on foot.  The 400 metre path will be upgraded from an uneven stony path to a smoother tarmac surface making it smoother and more accessible to cyclists. The path runs from Abbey Bridge to the fish-fry and the route will remai...
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Action promised on Evesham eyesore

Wychavon is today reassuring residents that action is being taken to ensure the shop front on 16 High St. Evesham will be restored as quickly as possible following its removal.  Strong concerns have been raised over the frontage which has been removed leaving a huge hole at the front of the building which is positioned in a conservation area. ...
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Circus acts and puppet shows return to Wychavon’s parks

  Free circus fun and puppet shows will be returning to Wychavon's parks over the summer holidays for children and families to enjoy. Clive Chandler's World Famous Punch and Judy Show will be back in Evesham, Pershore and Droitwich by popular demand. The Circus Skills Workshops will also return and will offer feather balancing, plate spinning ...
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Droitwich students create summer activity programme thanks to council funding

Creative students from Droitwich Spa High have set up a one-stop-shop website to showcase summer activities for young people. Lower Sixth Form students Ted Cox, Adam Keen, supported by their teachers John Humfress and Matt Gardner, put together the activity programme, designed and produced leaflets and posters and created a website. From street the...
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Prestigious awards raise the flag for Wychavon’s parks

Five popular parks in Wychavon have been recognised once again by the prestigious Green Flag Award Scheme as some of the best in the United Kingdom. Abbey Park and Workman Gardens in Evesham, Vines Park and Lido Park in Droitwich Spa, and Abbey Park in Pershore have all received Green Flag status. The international award, now into its third decade,...
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Council backs £2.5million sporting investment

Councillors have backed plans to invest £2.5million into sporting facilities across Wychavon. At an Executive Board meeting on Wednesday (24 July) councillors agreed to invest £1.5million into creating a new artificial 3G pitch, energy efficient floodlighting, changing rooms and social area at Evesham United Football Club, and another £1million int...
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Chance for Badsey residents to meet their local councillor

  Badsey residents will have the chance to meet their local councillor at a popular flower show next week. Councillor Mark Goodge (Badsey Ward) will be available at Badsey Flower Show from 1pm on Saturday, 20 July, to answer any queries and talk about what Wychavon is doing in the area. The show, which will be held on the Recreation Ground on ...
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Music workshops in Wychavon next week

  Wychavon District Council's musical performances for people living with dementia will return next week. Guests will have the chance to enjoy the talents of the Kel Elliot Band from 1.30pm to 2.45pm on Wednesday, 17 July, at the Number 8 Arts Centre in Pershore. Kelvin and Kel are in a quirky band and will be performing some of their original...
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Vote for Evesham’s Abbey Park to become UK’s Best Park 201

A popular park in Evesham is officially in the running to become the UK's Best Park 2019. Abbey Park has been nominated for the prestigious accolade which celebrates the nation's parks and green spaces. People will have until Monday 19 August to vote for the park, after which the shortlist will be announced. The one park with the highest number of ...
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Wychavon parishes to benefit from New Homes Bonus funding

  Street lighting, footpaths and a new play area are among a series of projects set to benefit from nearly £31,000 of funding from Wychavon District Council. At a meeting on 26 June, the Communities and Funding Advisory Panel approved the New Homes Bonus funding which will go to seven parish councils and one parish meeting in the Wychavon dist...
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Flag is flown for Armed Forces Day

Wychavon District Council has once again raised a flag to mark the start of a week of recognition leading up to Armed Forces Day. Today (Monday), the Chairman of Wychavon, Cllr Frances Smith, hosted a flag raising ceremony at the Civic Centre in Pershore, to recognise the contribution made by all military communities past and present. Cadets, ex-mi...
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Councillors meet with First Bus to discuss future plans

Councillors from Malvern Hills District and Wychavon District Councils have met with First Bus to discuss the future of services in both districts. The meeting followed the announcement by FirstGroup that First Bus will be separating from the company, by sale or other means. Nigel Eggleton, Managing Director of First Midlands, met with councillors ...
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