To celebrate National Apprenticeships Week (4 to 8 March 2019) Wyre Forest apprenticeships are set for a further boost thanks to an initiative led by the Chairman of ReWyre, local business leader, Neil Morris with Kidderminster College and Wyre Forest District Council.
Council tax bills across Worcestershire are set to rise in April and households in the district will see overall increases of around 4% to fund the wide range of services provided not only by the district but also county, town or parish councils and the fire and police.
North Worcestershire Hate Incident Partnership, which includes Wyre Forest District Council, is proud to announce that their Hate Crime Awareness Conference 2018 has won an award at the British Muslim Awards.
Wyre Forest District Council has signed an employer pledge with Time to Change, the growing social movement run by charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness, which supports people to open up to mental health problems.
Kidderminster town centre economy, retail workers, shoppers and the more vulnerable members of our society are at the heart of new budget proposals, which look set to be agreed by Wyre District Council’s Cabinet next week (Tuesday 12 February).