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Oakland International confirms key general manager appointment

September 4, 2014
Midlands based Oakland International has announced the appointment of Mark Williams, who takes on the new role of General Manager for Business Support and Customer Service. Oakland International MD, Dean Attwell, stated: "Forming part of our...


After the strain take the train

August 18, 2014
KEMP Hospice invites you to join them for a relaxing country walk along the River Severn from Bewdley to Highley on Sunday 14th September. Walkers will meet at the Severn Valley Railway Station in Bewdley at 9.00am before following the River...

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Young People support local Hospices with Family Fun Day

August 11, 2014
This summer 16 young people are taking part in a government funded scheme called The National Citizen Service (NCS), and as part of the scheme they have decided to hold a Family Fun Day on Sunday 17th August from 12:30pm at Stoke Prior Country Club...


Holy Trinity PTA donate £875 to KEMP for Kids

July 10, 2014
The PTA at Holy Trinity School in Kidderminster have handed a cheque for £875 to KEMP for Kids at the school’s end of term prizegiving ceremony on Tuesday 8th July. PTA chair, Mrs Michelle Howles, said: “Every year we chose a local charity...

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Kidderminster opticians fund KEMP Hospice train trip

July 10, 2014
Local business, Lens on Line in Kidderminster, after visiting KEMP Hospice decided to organise a local ‘Fun Day’ at Kidderminster Carolians Rugby Club and paid for KEMP’s annual patients’ trip on the Severn Valley Railway. Lens on...


Aladdin production a resounding success

July 7, 2014
A production which took many months to bring to fruition has been hailed a total success, with students at Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School performing Aladdin to a packed theatre audience for their matinee and evening performances (30th June...