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WYRE FOREST DAY SERVICE FOR ADULTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES LIKELY TO CLOSE IN COST-SAVING COUNTY REVIEW

Wyre Forest's Connect day service for adults with learning disabilities look likely to be axed as part of a county-wide review. The service, based in Blackwell Street, Kidderminster, has been earmarked for closure in proposals drawn up by Worcestershire County Council's adult services team. The proposal is now going to be

POLICE CHIEF CALLS ON RESIDENTS TO PLAY THEIR PART IN CURBING DRUG-RELATED SHOPLIFTING ACROSS WYRE FOREST

Wyre Forest's police chief has called on residents to stop supporting the crooks who sell on goods stolen from local stores to fund drug habits. In a public appeal Inspector Jake Wright highlighted the connection between shoplifting and drug use, pointing out how communities could play their part by breaking the

EXCLUSIVE: POLICE APPEAL FOR COMMUNITY HELP TO ROOT OUT RUTHLESS HEROIN & CRACK COCAINE OPERATIONS IN KIDDERMINSTER, STOURPORT, REDDITCH, BROMSGROVE

Ruthless city drug dealers who exploit vulnerable users and children are spreading their heroin and crack cocaine distribution lines across north Worcestershire. Towns across Wyre Forest, Redditch and Bromsgrove are being caught up in the web of so-called ‘county lines’ drug operations, run by dealers based in Birmingham, Liverpool, Bristol and

DEFIANT WORCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL LEADER SIMON GERAGHTY SHOWS NO REGRET OVER FAILURE TO SHARE CRITICAL FINANCE REVIEW IN PUBLIC

Worcestershire's Conservative council leader Simon Geraghty was too "scared" of public opinion to share a damning independent finance review, a councillor has claimed. Geraghty faced opposition councillors for the first time yesterday after the critical report came to light following a media Freedom of Information request. The report by expert body CIPFA

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