Covid-19: Bromsgrove remains the worst-hit part of Worcestershire

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Covid-19: Bromsgrove remains the worst-hit part of Worcestershire NEW figures show the Covid-19 death rate of Bromsgrove residents remains the highest in Worcestershire.
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Bromsgrove care home wins award after near-perfect reviews A CARE company with a home in Bromsgrove has won a national award for the third year running.
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The wonderful way Barnt Green jeweller is thanking key workers A JEWELLERY manufacturer in Barnt Green has made 'thank you' badges to honour contribution made by key workers during the coronavirus crisis, while raising cash for the NSPCC.
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Chadsgrove Special School in Bromsgrove rated 'outstanding' again A SPECIAL school in Bromsgrove has been rated 'outstanding' by the country's education watchdog for the third inspection running - with its work to aid pupils' communication abilities especially praised.
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Safeguarding systems questioned after Bromsgrove paedophile case A ‘FAILING’ in school safeguarding systems left teenage girls open to the advances of a ‘predatory’ Bromsgrove paedophile, an upset parent has claimed.
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Worcestershire Royal Hospital worker found dead A MEMBER of staff from Worcestershire Royal Hospital has been found dead at the hospital.
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Roads, footways and bus stops to close in Bromsgrove town centre for works TOWN centre users can expect traffic trouble this month as work to improve the walking and cycling network restarts in Bromsgrove.
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Bromsgrove paedophile labelled 'a predator' as police praise victims' bravery 'A PREDATOR' is the term a senior police officer has used to describe a Bromsgrove man after he was sentenced to four years in jail for having sex with underage girls.
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14 surprising items you can clean in the washing machine and dishwasher Household chores can be a bore at the best of times, so to make it easier why not put some of those hard to clean items in the washing machine or dishwasher?
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Wythall horse sanctuary needs to raise £10,000 to keep going A HORSE sanctuary in Wythall needs to raise £10,000 to stay afloat after being severely hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
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