Your latest St Peter's Voice is out now and celebrating its first anniversary

St Peter's Voice is a hyperlocal newspaper packed with news, features and advertising serving the areas of St Peter's, Battenhall, Cherry Orchard and Red Hill in Worcester and it is celebrating its first anniversary.

We have been proud to bring you news and features about the issues that matter and people with stories to tell in St Peter’s, Battenhall, Cherry Orchard and Red Hill during our first 12 months.

And, after a successful first year, St Peter’s Voice is extending its coverage into Norton so we want to hear what is going on there, as well as the areas we already cover.

We are grateful to our loyal readers and advertisers who have given us such positive feedback throughout our first year and we continue to value your support.

Looking ahead, we want to keep hearing from you, whether you have a story for us or want to talk to us about the range of advertising options we have available.

Remember – we are your local newspaper. Contact us at stpetersvoiceuk@gmail.com.

Here's what our readers and advertisrers have to say about us.

 

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October 01 2019 Multi-million pound plans to develop club

Multi-million pound plans to develop club

Plans to develop new multi-million pound facilities at Worcester Norton Sports Club (WNSC) have taken a major step forward... Read More


October 01 2019 City vets to move into vacant unit

City vets to move into vacant unit

A veterinary clinic is to move into the shop unit left vacant in St Peter’s Abbotsbury Court after the One Stop convenience store and the post office sharing the premises both closed... Read More


October 01 2019 Residents could be trained to use laser guns to put brakes on speeding drivers

Residents could be trained to use laser guns to put brakes on speeding drivers

Residents of St Peter’s and Battenhall could be equipped with laser guns to help crack down on speeding drivers... Read More


October 01 2019 Tesco apologises for noise from early morning lorries

Tesco apologises for noise from early morning lorries

Tesco’s management has apologised for noise disturbing neighbouring residents outside the normal operating hours at its St Peter’s store... Read More