The campaign is principally aimed at parents and carers of young children aged 0-4 and will include a new film featuring mother and campaigner Melissa Mead, who lost her baby son William to sepsis in December 2014.
Churchill and Blakedown residents may soon be able to influence where developments go in the Parish. They have got an opportunity to comment on the Churchill and Blakedown Neighbourhood Plan after the Parish Council resubmitted its draft document to Wyre Forest District Council.
Wyre Forest District Council is to press ahead with the demolition of the former Glades Leisure Centre in Kidderminster, signalling the beginning of ambitious plans for the redevelopment of the area known as Kidderminster Eastern Gateway.
The former chairman of Wyre Forest District Council has handed over a cheque for £1,300 to Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.The money was raised by Councillor Chris Rogers during his term of office from 2015-16.
Brinton Park in Kidderminster and the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Gardens in Bewdley are once again proudly flying the Green Flag award after making it on to the list of the best parks and green spaces in the country.
Wyre Forest District Council is warning residents not to fall victim to a scam in which fraudsters falsely claim to be chasing council tax arrears. It follows an incident this week in which a resident lost £600 after being conned into giving her bank details.
Churchill and Blakedown residents may soon be able to influence where developments go in the Parish. The Parish Council has formally submitted its Draft Neighbourhood Plan to Wyre Forest District Council.
Wyre Forest District Council has won gold again for the quality of information it maintains on local addresses. For the fourth year running it has been awarded a GeoPlace Exemplar Gold Performance Award for the quality and accuracy of information in its property Gazetteer.
Make this the year when you reflect your love of arts and culture through your business. For the first time, the organisers of Kidderminster Arts Festival are inviting businesses to support the annual event through a sponsorship programme.
Wyre Forest’s new multi-million pound leisure centre is opening on Wednesday 6 July. The project, which has been backed by Sport England, has been completed on budget and on time and will save the Council in excess of £500,000 per year.
Bewdley is hosting its first Greener Living Show on Saturday 12th March. The FREE event, organised by Wyre Forest District Council and Transition Bewdley, takes place at St George’s Hall and The Undercroft at Bewdley Museum.
Councillors have decided to freeze Wyre Forest’s element of council tax in 2016 and 2017. However council tax bills overall will go up by 3 or 3.1% in most parts of the district and 4.7% in Kidderminster.
If you haven’t been into Kidderminster recently, a walk around the town centre will reveal a bright new look thanks to an ambitious £2 million Council led scheme to rejuvenate the public areas with light paving and stylish new seating and street furniture.
The elections team from Wyre Forest District Council will be on hand to answer questions at the Worcestershire Hub at Kidderminster Town Hall this Friday (5 February 2016). They will also be helping people register to vote.
As part of Wyre Forest District Council's push to continuously increase efficiency and improve performance, workers at the Depot based at Green Street Kidderminster got to grips with the latest App technology to help manage and mitigate corporate safety risk for the authority.
Wyre Forest’s new state of the art leisure centre is now half way through its construction. The landmark building will offer fantastic leisure opportunities for the community in a modern, energy efficient centre.
If you’re worried about your fuel bills this winter, then don’t miss out on some free and impartial advice at the latest series of special energy advice surgeries being organised by Wyre Forest District Council over the next few weeks.