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Chaddesley Corbett award winners meet BBC stars

Kidderminster Shuttle: Star hosts: From left, Nick Owen and Suzanne Virdee, Alison and Joseph Petitjean and James Beresford, chief executive of Visit England.

7:20am Monday 9th November 2009

BROCKENCOTE Hall Hotel at Chaddesley Corbett has won another award to add to others it has won over the years.

Tourism businesses up for awards

Kidderminster Shuttle: Award contender: Witley Court.

7:40am Tuesday 6th October 2009

TOURISM business in Wyre Forest and its surrounding area have been recognised after making it through to the prestigious Heart of England Excellence in Tourism Awards.

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11:00am Monday 17th August 2009

On June 17, members visited Whitlenge Nursery and Gardens for a tour of the gardens and cakes and tea in the tearoom.

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11:00am Friday 5th June 2009

At the May 20 meeting, members discussed the national AGM resolution ‘SOS for bees’. The voting was unanimous for this resolution.

New chef for Chaddesley Corbett hotel

Kidderminster Shuttle: Head chef: John Sherry.

7:20am Thursday 28th May 2009

BROCKENCOTE Hall Hotel, at Chaddesley Corbett, has welcomed a new head chef.

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11:00am Sunday 3rd May 2009

On March 26, Brockencote hosted the Kidderminster group meeting. At the AGM on April 15, President Roni Pardoe read secretary Kay Palmer’s report and Val Wood gave the treasurer’s report. Roni was returned for another year and the committee was re-elected en bloc, except for Chris Jordan who had decided not to stand for re-election this year. Anita Boston gave a display of decorated eggs.

Is your village the tops?

3:13pm Monday 6th April 2009

TIME is running out for nominations for 2009 Calor Worcestershire Village of the Year which have to be submitted by May 7.

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1:00pm Thursday 26th February 2009

At the February 18 meeting, Julie Tonkin gave a talk and demonstration on canal art.



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