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New dog controls come into force
New measures to curb dog fouling and prevent problems with out of control dogs across Wyre Forest come into force on Sunday 1 October.
Celebrate Harvest in Bewdley
Join us in Bewdley to celebrate harvest on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 October. Live music, craft stalls, children's activities and much more.
Council to adopt Motor Neurone Disease Charter
A national campaign to ensure people living with motor neurone disease (MND) get the care they need, has won the backing of Wyre Forest District Council.
Motorist fined for littering street
A 26 year old Kidderminster motorist who threw a cigarette butt out of her car window has been ordered to pay £760 in fines and court costs.
New measures to simplify car parking
New measures to simplify the classification of council owned car parks in Wyre Forest come into force next week.
Council plea to stay away from former golf course
People are being urged to stay away from buildings at a former golf course amid growing fears for public safety.
Council unveils pay proposals for staff
Wyre Forest District Council will debate proposals for a new four year pay deal for its 300 employees on Wednesday 27 September.
11,000 households still not registered for a vote
Just under 11,000 households in the Wyre Forest district have not yet registered anyone to vote as part of this year’s canvass.
Mechanical fault delayed bin collections
Around 200 properties in Kidderminster received a delayed bin collection this week, due to a mechanical fault with one of Wyre Forest District Council’s bin lorries.
Crown House demolition negotiations progress
Plans to progress the demolition of Crown House in Kidderminster are being pushed forward by Wyre Forest District Council.
Landlords invited to free conference
Landlords are invited to a free conference to help keep them up to date with the latest changes in legislation and grants available.
Showcase of Services for Older People
We're holding an event for older people on Thursday 21 September to highlight services which are available to them in the district..
Residents back proposed dog control measures
New measures to curb dog fouling and prevent problems with out of control dogs across Wyre Forest look set to be introduced.
Grant to help preserve town’s carpet heritage
A scheme to teach Wyre Forest students about carpet heritage has won funding from the council.
Voters urged to comment on polling place review
Voters are being invited to comment on proposals to make St Michael’s Scout headquarters in Mitton Close the designated polling place for part of the Mitton ward in Stourport.
Page last updated 21 December 2017
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