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Emergency cash grant to households affected by flooding

Malvern Hills District Council has announced that it will be giving an emergency 250 cash grant to every household in the district that has been flooded to help deal with the impact of the floods.

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Post Office closure in March

Post Office Lane is to close from the junction with A38 Main Road for a distance of 20 metres in an easterly direction in order to facilitate carriageway repair works.

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A38 Main Road Speed Limit

There will be a temporary 10 mph speed limit on that part of A38 Main Road from its junction with U60003 Brook End Lane to a point 30 metres south of its junction with U60013 Pixham Ferry Lane.

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Flooding Information Page Launched On West Mercia Website

In response to the major issues being caused by the ongoing severe weather conditions across the country, West Mercia Police have today launched a dedicated internet page on their website to give all the latest updates and advice to residents across their own force area.

The page can be accessed from the home page on the official West Mercia Police website and as well as offering useful advice on how to keep safe during the extreme conditions, it will also have links to various external websites where people can find out all the latest travel information and weather forecasts, and also any updates on school closures across the counties of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire.

The dedicated internet page can be found at the following link - - but local people are reassured the force will continue to release information via the official Twitter account, @wmerciapolice, and also on the West Mercia Police Facebook page at

Issued: Thursday 13 February, 2014

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Email Change Notification

Please note that our email address has now changed to:

Kempsey Youth Club

New extended times for Court 3

Court 3 at Plovers Rise can be used by the public for tennis games between the following times:

  • Mondays 09.00 to 16.00 hours
  • Tuesdays 13.00 to 18.00 hours
  • Wednesdays 09.00 to 18.00 hours
  • Thursdays 16.00 to 21.30 hours
  • Fridays 09.00 to 18.00 hours
  • Saturdays 18.00 to 21.00 hours
  • Sundays 14.00 to 20.00 hours


To book the court please contact Kempsey Lawn Tennis Club at

The hire charge for one hour is 6.50 plus a deposit of 3.50 for the loan of the key.

Home composting campaign in Malvern

Compost bins are subsidised by the County Council and available to residents of Herefordshire and Worcestershire from 8 (plus 5 delivery) by visiting or by calling 0844 571 4444.

The waste compositional analysis conducted by MEL in Malvern in 2010 demonstrated that more than 25% of residual waste collected from kerbside properties, (i.e. black sacks) could have been composted at home.

The campaign is being carried out in partnership with Malvern Hills District Council.

For more information about this project please contact:

Christopher Atkinson: 01905 768227

For more information on home composting please go to:

Changes to speed limit between Baynhall and Clifton

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Garden Waste Scheme

Information for parents

Malvern Access Guide

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Adult Learning Service

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Attention Walkers

For those who like walking, there is a marvellous website that provides details and maps of over 100 walks in Worcestershire. Created by a man called John Harris, you can access free downloads of maps and details of walking groups in Worcestershire, walk books and much more. Just click on the link

One curious thing though: there are no walks listed for Kempsey. Are there keen walkers in Kempsey who would like to see that put right?


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Kempsey round and about...

The Parish of Kempsey covers an area of 3223 acres - 5 square miles

There are 1325 households and 3027 people living in the parish

Included in the parish are the settlements of Kerswell Green, Broomhall Cottages, Green Street, Stonehall Common, Clerkenleap, Baynhall and Napleton.

People have lived and worked in Kempsey for more than 3000 years


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