Malvern Hills and Wychavon District Councils are organising the Protect Your Business, Protect Your Staff event in association with Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce, taking place at Sixways Stadium, Worcestershire on Thursday 28 November, 4-7pm.
All members of the business community are invited to the free marketplace event, where they will have the opportunity to ask any questions and receive advice from key organisations on a number of issues, including:
Attendees are able to book their free space through the following link: https://protectyourbusinessprotectyourstaff.eventbrite.co.uk/
Malvern Hills Junction With B4197 Woodbury Hill To Junction With U64405 Easthorpe Road Home Farm Lane Great Witley
Western Power Distribution 11/4/2019 11/4/2019
New / Replacement Electricity Cable Road Closure
Malvern Hills Junction With U64206 Sankyns Green To Junction With A443 Worcester Road Hillhampton Great Witley Worcestershire Highways 11/6/2019 11/10/2019 Carriageway Patching Road Closure
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Please note the following 2 highways reports:
Malvern Hills Outside Cherry Hill, Stourport Road A451 Stourport Road Great Witley Worcestershire
Highways 9/23/2019 9/26/2019
Installation Of Vehicle Crossing Temporary Lights 08:00 - 16:00 Manual Control
Malvern Hills Outside Holly Cottage on Worcester Road (Antiskid Only) A443 Worcester Road Great Witley
Severn Trent Water 10/2/2019 10/2/2019 Anti-Skid To Be Added.
Temporary Lights 09:30 - 15:00
"As you will be aware, Malvern Hills District Council is currently undertaking its annual Residents’ Survey, which gives people an opportunity to tell us what really matters to them and what they think of local services, including asking what they think our priority actions should be moving forwards. In previous years the survey has been carried out on our behalf by Worcestershire County Council, but for the first time in 2019 we are delivering it in house. This gives us more control over what is included and how the survey is managed.
There is just under a week to go until the survey closes (Sunday 6th October). We have carried out some quick analysis on the responses we have received so far based on the postcodes provided by residents, where they have done so. The results are in the graph below, which shows that Woodbury is currently the fourth most under-represented of all of the district’s wards.
If you have any opportunity to raise awareness of the survey with your residents, or to encourage them to complete the survey, we would be very grateful. We’re keen to receive as many responses as possible, particularly from residents under the age of 50 who are also currently under-represented in responses. The link to the online survey is https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MHDResidentSurvey2019/ but we can post out hard copies if necessary.
The survey takes around 15 minutes to complete, although it offers the option to save and continue responses later so that residents don’t have to complete all in one go".