Are you new to Worcester and keen on finding out what this beautiful and historic city has to offer, besides the obvious pubs, clubs and shops?
The summer horizon’s is near, assessment week looming with Peirson crammed with aspiring students submitting coursework and revision for those exams. However, stress is lowered with moderation as your mental health will need breaks from […]
Valentine’s day is typically a day of being wined and dined at a fancy romantic restaurant, but that may feel hard to achieve when you are a student with a budget. So how do you make valentine’s day special with a shoe string budget?
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.
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.
I’ve been in Worcester for a couple of years now so it’s safe to say that I’ve gone for a fair few meals out, whether it’s been with my current housemates, first year flatmates, my boyfriend or my family when they’ve come to visit.