St Peter's Voice News

June 12 2019 Police trying to reunite owners with stolen items

Police trying to reunite owners with stolen items

Police are trying to reunite people with items stolen in a series of burglaries throughout Worcestershire... Read More


June 11 2019 Worcester city councillor Stuart Denlegh-Maxwell dies

Worcester city councillor Stuart Denlegh-Maxwell dies

Worcester city councillor Stuart Denlegh-Maxwell has died... Read More


June 11 2019 West Mercia Police officers feature in BBC1 programme

West Mercia Police officers feature in BBC1 programme

West Mercia police officers will feature in a BBC 1 programme this week about assaults on emergency services workers... Read More


June 11 2019 Bike owners urged to make theft difficult

Bike owners urged to make theft difficult

Police are warning bike owners to take extra care to prevent them being stolen during the summer months... Read More


June 10 2019 Roads to be closed overnight for Sidbury Junction works in Worcester

Roads to be closed overnight for Sidbury Junction works in Worcester

Roads will be closed overnight for improvement works to Worcester’s Sidbury Junction... Read More


June 08 2019 Fallen tree blocks Red Hill road

Fallen tree blocks Red Hill road

Residents of a Red Hill road were unable to drive in or out of it after a fallen tree completely blocked it... Read More


June 05 2019 Learn about the work of RSPCA at rescue centre family open day

Learn about the work of RSPCA at rescue centre family open day

An animal rescue and rehoming centre is hosting an anniversary celebration to mark the founding of the RSPCA... Read More


June 04 2019 Worcester's Acorns hospice could serve families faced with closure of Walsall facility

Worcester's Acorns hospice could serve families faced with closure of Walsall facility

A Worcester-based hospice for children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions could provide its services to families faced with the closure of a sister facility in Walsall... Read More


June 04 2019 Plea to take over PO draws a blank

Plea to take over PO draws a blank

Efforts to maintain a post office service in St Peter’s with the deadline looming for the Abbotsbury Court One Stop store’s closure this summer have so far drawn a blank... Read More


June 04 2019 Teen Jayden gets chance to tell council officers about his skatepark vision

Teen Jayden gets chance to tell council officers about his skatepark vision

St Peter’s teenager Jayden Merry has discussed his ideas for a skatepark locally with council officers after impressing them with his initiative in proposing the facility. .. Read More