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Residents to have their say on community safety meetings
Residents in Wyre Forest are being urged to complete a short survey about how they raise issues around community safety in the district.
Popular Garden Waste collection service is back
Gardeners in Wyre Forest can rejoice as the annual garden waste collection service restarts on Monday 5 March!
Local Plan review update
Planning policy officers from Wyre Forest District Council are busy cataloguing and considering thousands of comments and suggestions from local people who took part in a major public consultation on future housing and regeneration of the district.
Council sets budget for year ahead
Spending plans that protect frontline services and continue to drive forward the district’s regeneration have been formally adopted by Wyre Forest District Council.
Town centre improvements have created multiple economic benefits for Kidderminster
A study has revealed that the recent £2 million improvements to Kidderminster town centre public realm have delivered multiple economic benefits...
Localism fund fuels charity's drive for volunteers
A local transport charity run by a group of volunteers has received vital support from Wyre Forest District Council to help with their ongoing recruitment drive.
Council takes steps to acquire land in Horsefair
An eyesore parcel of land in Horsefair, Kidderminster, could be redeveloped for housing under a plan being put forward by Wyre Forest District Council.
Bewdley Museum re-opens with a bang!
Visitors can immerse themselves in an exotic culture, at the re-opening of Bewdley Museum on Saturday 3 March and explore the East Asian Collection.
KAF 2018 to celebrate town’s strength and resilience
Plans are being drawn up for Kidderminster Arts Festival (KAF) 2018 which will take place in August.
Facebook group hailed as local litter heroes
Hundreds of community-minded Facebook users in Kidderminster have become local heroes by organising a series of litter picks around the town.
Sustainability event goes down a storm
Eco-conscious people arrived in record numbers to the Greener Living Fair on Saturday (10 February).
Woman fined for drinking in restricted area
A 40 year old Kidderminster woman who was spotted drinking cider in a restricted part of the town centre, has been fined by the town’s magistrates.
Balti house fined after cockroach infestation
A Kidderminster balti house that was temporarily closed down by food inspectors after the discovery of a cockroach infestation has been fined £20,000 by magistrates.
Chinese restaurant fined after rodent infestation
A Chinese restaurant in Stourport has been fined more than £1,000 by magistrates after the discovery of an infestation of mice and rats.
Gender pay figures highlight it’s a woman’s world at Wyre Forest
The release of gender pay figures have highlighted that women employees at Wyre Forest District Council earn on average 10% more than male employees.
Cabinet pledge on community led housing
Cabinet members have pledged their support to a new drive to encourage local communities to get involved in increasing the number of affordable homes in the district.
Council wins school grounds maintenance contract
An independent Wolverley school has appointed Wyre Forest District Council to keep its grounds in tip top condition for the next three years.
Government funding boosts Churchfields urban village project
Plans to develop around 300 new homes in Churchfields, Kidderminster have been boosted by funding from the Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF).
Page last updated 01 February 2018
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