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With three large playing surfaces in the heart of St Johns, the Cripplegate Bowling Consortium offers a warm welcome to new members. With a mix of social and competitive games, there's something for everyone as the club's Chairman Roy Turner explains.
Malvern Hills Car Clubs is going from strength to strength. With a fleet of vehicles, including cars in Ledbury and Colwall, it means the club's members don't need to own a car but can simply book one when needed. Nick Martin from the club tells us more.
Like so many places, the Octagon Community Centre on Brook Farm Drive has seen many changes in the last year. While many of the regular activities taking place there were halted, the team from the Brook Farm Community Association stepped up their work to support the local community during lockdown. As they prepare to re-open, Sarah McCarten-Williams, Development Worker from The Octagon tells us more.
As an independent, local charity, Worcestershire Animal Rescue Shelter has adapted to all the changes thrown up by the pandemic. Staff members at the shelter on Hawthorn Lane in Newland have worked tirelessly throughout to care for all the animals in their care, providing essential veterinary treatment, shelter, food and bundles of love and attention.