Author Archives: Worcestershire Transformed

Reclaim the Night Walk in Worcester Tonight

This evening residents of Worcester have the chance to walk the streets of the city in order to reclaim space for women and girls. The Reclaim the Night walk is being organised by Reclaim the Night Worcester and The Women’s Equality Party Worcestershire and its aim is to raise awareness and demand change regarding the root causes of male violence.

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2021/2022 Worcestershire Men’s Football Preview

The 2021/2022 season is set to be the first football season in two years which will have fans present at football grounds from start to finish. With the financial impact of COVID-19 on the footballing pyramid still being felt, it’s vitally important that we all support our local teams where we can. Here is your Worcestershire Men’s Football Non-League Guide

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Kill The Bill Protest Planned in Worcester This Saturday

We have been informed of the final details for a Kill the Bill protest in Worcester this Saturday. This event will be a chance for the community to come together to oppose the implementation of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill. We are advised this will be a socially distant event, with participants asked to bring masks, hand sanitiser

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Women in Worcestershire Take a Stand

Content Warning: This article and the accounts linked include discussion of gendered violence. Over the weeks succeeding the tragic events surrounding the death of Sarah Everard, many have asked what can we all do to ensure that our communities and spaces are safe for women. Difficult conversations about sexism, gendered violence and s*xual harassment are being had across the country,

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An Open Letter to Worcestershire Elected Officials: Stop the Suffering – Cancel the Cut!

Ahead of the budget on Wednesday 3 March 2021, we are asking all elected officials and representatives in Worcestershire to demand that the Chancellor make the Β£20 a week Universal Credit uplift permanent. We also call for Age-Related Universal Credit rates to be scrapped and that both the Bedroom Tax and Benefit Cap are removed. If you would like to

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