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Worcestershire Acute NHS Hospitals Recognition Awards 2020


Friday 3rd July 2020 at Sixways Stadium.

Join us in recognising the unsung staff, volunteers and fundraisers that have made a real difference to peoples lives. Raising money in aid of Worcestershire Hospitals Charity. BOOK HERE

Children of Worcestershire Cancer Fund Charity Ball 2020


Saturday 3rd October 2020 at Stanbrook Abbey

Join us in raising funds for children fighting cancer at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital Children's Ward.

To book tickets email

Hartlebury Castle HOSTS SINGING SENSATIONS - 28 JUNE 2019

On Friday 28 June an outdoor concert was hosted at the stunning grounds of Hartlebury Castle. The Bel Canto Singers from Redditch, Tenuto (a trio of tenors), David Lawrence (local star of the West End) and Sam Pagett of local sensation Lady and the Sax entertained an enthusiastic crowd.

The weather was glorious and over 200 people turned out, attired with picnics, chairs and bubbly to enjoy this feast for the ears under the blue summer skies.


Wychavon Way challenge - 23 june 2019

On 23 June, David Brown, Fleet Manager from local company OGL Computer, completed the Wychavon Way Challenge. The 40 mile walk from goes from Droitwich to Broadway. 

David’s daughter Ella also did the challenge, that took just over 12 hours to complete and they were exhausted and emotional but so proud of their achievement and raised around £1500!



The Rory the Robot Appeal has been running since March 2014 and this year reached a staggering £470,000.  A variety of activities have  taken place  across the community this year. one of the main events was in the summer.

The annual “Ride for Rory” bike Morton Stanley Park in Redditch on 9th June, and attracted over 40 participants that took to the lanes and did a 10 mile, 30 mile or 50 mile bike ride.

The weather was kind following a few days of rain, it cleared up nicely and conditions were great.  Everyone returned safely and enjoyed the experience and raised much needed funds towards the appeal.