Welcome to South Worcester Voice

South Worcester Voice is a free, monthly, local newspaper packed with news, features and advertising.

We provide news and informaion for the areas of St Peter's, Battenhall, Norton, Whittington, Littleworth, Cherry Orchard, Diglis, Spetchley, Nunnery and Red Hill in Worcester.  

We print 6,000 copies every month which are hand delivered free to homes in these areas.

South Worcester Voice is published by experienced editorial and commercial journalists, who live in the area. 

It has been very well received by readers and advertisers since its launch in October 2018.

View our previous publications and updated news here and on our social media sites – Facebook and Twitter.

If you have any news or views you want to share, please contact us on 07719 106676 or 07719 106672 or at southworcestervoice@gmail.com

Those are also the contact details for businesses who want to advertise their services with us.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Christine and Peter McMillan

 

More News

September 09 2021 Curtain could fall on theatre troupe

Curtain could fall on theatre troupe

The curtain could fall for the final time on a theatre troupe unless it can recruit more volunteers to help stage its productions. .. Read More


September 09 2021 Call for Ketch homes designs to be revised

Call for Ketch homes designs to be revised

A decision on granting planning permission for a controversial housing development scheme on the fringes of St Peter’s was deferred. .. Read More


September 09 2021 Fears homes will put pressure on amenities

Fears homes will put pressure on amenities

Members of Whittington Parish Council are sceptical that a hoped for car-free lifestyle for residents of planned new properties to be developed around the Parkway rail station will happen. .. Read More


September 09 2021 Elephants add splash of colour to city streets

Elephants add splash of colour to city streets

More than 60 elephant sculptures have added colour to Worcester during the summer’s Big Parade but time is running out to see them on the city’s streets... Read More