Worcester, for those who have moved from much larger cities, may seem like a small town, and, for those who have moved from a small village, it may appear as a much larger and daunting place.
Moving to a new place is exciting because every place has its hidden gems just waiting to be discovered. If you find yourself with some free time now in Worcester, here are a few things you could do.
Not all students go home for the summer and some students decide to stay in Worcester over the summer. For those of you still around this summer, here are my top 3 things to do in Worcester!
Hello, coffee lovers! Coffee has become a part of everyday routine for many people and especially students. Why? Of course because of caffeine which for a lot of students means ENERGY, the unforgettable taste, and satisfying feeling. Here are some places to try when you finally get tired of making yourself an instant coffee at home/halls.
You might be reading this as a fellow local like myself – born and bred in Worcester – but for those who have moved away from home to Worcester, you should definitely be able to relate to these.
When I was looking to go to university, I had sat down with my careers advisor and explained to her that I didn’t want to move away from home.
Spring can’t come quickly enough and we all can (hopefully) feel it in the air. The crisp air and cheeky tiny sunrays that are warming your shoulders call for the outside run.
I love Worcester’s City Centre. It is small enough to get around from start to finish in a few hours, but has numerous shops dotted around so there is something for everyone.