DRONE footage has captured works being carried out to demolish the old County Buildings in Stourport.

The site, on Foundry Street, was previously home to fire and police stations, a medical centre, a library, and a coroner's court before they were relocated.

It was revealed in 2022 that Worcestershire County Council were selling the site, with an application lodged to bulldoze the buildings.

The application was given the green light later that year, with the site earmarked for a new development.

Now, footage has been shared of the demolition work taking place at the site, which is fenced off.

People shared their reactions to the demolition work on the We Love Stourport-On-Severn Past and Present Day Facebook page, with some expressing sadness.

Gary Danks said: "I remember this building being built it only seems like yesterday when it opened".

Rich Moles said he had "many happy memories at the fire station."

Jonathan Cooper said it's "quite a relief" that the buildings are being demolished as they were "becoming ruinous and a target for vandalism" since they were vacated.

Trisha Beard added: "Sad to see that go. Many happy memories of going to the library, school trips to the police station and fire station".