Worcestershire residents are invited to come and explore the fascinating history of a busy corner of the city in a new exhibition and audio-visual display, now home to the city's latest iconic and soon-to-be unveiled landmark, The Hive.
Worcestershire County Council and the University of Worcester are calling on people to consider becoming a volunteer at The Hive in anticipation of the opening of this iconic building on 2nd July 2012.
The latest event on Saturday saw Worcester Music Festival hosted at The Hive for an all-signing all-dancing, one-off spectacular public event to showcase some of the best musical talent from across the county.
Children and young people from schools across Worcestershire have been invited to a one-off event next week to explore the big ideas behind The Hive as a sustainable building and to explore its future use as a Library and History Centre.
Pupils from schools in Redditch, Bewdley, Malvern, Evesham, Bromsgrove and Worcester are involved in the first public sneak preview event inside Worcestershire's new landmark library and history centre.
Worcestershire County Council and the University of Worcester is calling on Worcestershire residents to reveal what makes them buzz with an exciting new photograph competition launched in anticipation of the opening of The Hive.
Construction began on site in February, and project staff as well as pupils from Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary School joined Professor David Green of the University, and Dr. George Lord of the County Council, on site to celebrate.
WLHC won the international Bentley Be Inspired Innovation in Generative Design in October last year, and was shortlisted for Best Designed Project and for Best Local Government Project Team in the Public-Private Finance awards in April.
Schoolchildren at Pitmaston Primary School in Worcester were recently given the chance to trial an innovative range of activities that will be available at Worcester’s Library and History Centre, well in advance of its opening in 2012.
The Worcestershire Historic Environment and Archaeology Service have planned a day of presentations and of workshops around the findings of the excavations on the site of the Worcester Library & History Cetre.