If you've already visited the Worcester Cathedral numerous times, you may be wondering what's on Worcester that you haven't already experienced. Whether you're looking for a few hours or a few weeks of fun, our website can help you stay busy in Worcester. Sports enthusiasts can watch basketball games, rowing matches, and cycling races. Families will enjoy attending the annual Christmas Fayre together or watching the breath-taking fireworks at the Worcester Festival. No matter what you like, we can help you find a local activity that appeals to your interests.
Part of the Worcestershire World War One Hundred programme, Fashioning Peace is a temporary exhibition at Worcestershire County Museum exploring how the changes brought about through the Great War 1914-18...
Kurt Jackson’s artistic practice ranges from his trademark visceral plein-air sessions to studio work and embraces an extensive range of materials and techniques including mixed media, large canvases,...
The year is 1958 and visitors find themselves at ‘Nutkins Holiday Camp, Commandery-on-Sea’. Founder and owner, Nobby Nutkins is visiting to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its opening. The Camp’s host,...
Join us to celebrate and learn about the day that Worcester officially became a city, on its 400th anniversary! On 2 October 1621, James I put his seal to the Charter granting the rights and constitution...
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