South Worcester Voice is back in print

South Worcester Voice is back in print

Your print edition of South Worcester Voice is back, meaning we can bring the news that matters for St Peter’s, Battenhall, Cherry Orchard, Red Hill, Norton and Whittington to your door.

While we have been away we were busy online updating our communities on the effects of the coronavirus pandemic locally and other news.

The overriding theme that emerged from recent months is that our communities rallied to help those less able to help themselves.

In this issue we reflect on the dedication and kindness that volunteers showed during the most testing of periods in our lockdown special pages.

Now we are back in print we want to hear your news. 

Contact us on 07719 106676 or 07719 106672 or at southworcestervoice@gmail.com

Those are also the contact details for businesses getting back up and running who want to advertise their services with us.

It’s great to be back and we look forward to hearing from you.

 

Christine and Peter McMillan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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