Redditch


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Redditch

(ˈrɛdɪtʃ)
n
(Placename) a town in W central England, in N Worcestershire: designated a new town in the mid-1960s; metal-working industries. Pop: 74 803 (2001)
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FORMER Nuneaton Borough striker Richard Leadbeater fired a hat- trick as rampant Redditch crushed Atherstone at The Valley Stadium last night.
The Redditch branch of an Italian engineering manufacturing group specialising in power transmission has moved to a larger warehouse in the town where it will assemble and distribute its products.
Fire crews from Bromsgrove and Redditch used cutting gear to free the women.
"It shows the vast majority of Redditch people are fair-minded and decent."
The plans for the unit at the Alexandra Hospital, in Redditch, were put forward by the Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.
Campaigners are to stage a protest rally calling on Jacqui Smith to step down as Redditch MP.
Redditch led on 21 minutes when Nick Amos was adjudged to have fouled Steve Frost and striker Paul Danks scored from the penalty spot.
A PASSENGER killed in a car crash in Studley has been named as John Thomlinson, aged 31, from Kenilworth Close, Redditch.
Joanne Ashton-Phillips, 39, is a nursing sister at HMP Hewell, Redditch.
Redditch United fan Jacqui Smith, who is also MP for the town, is urging supporters to get behind their team after it entered merger talks with bitter local rivals, Bromsgrove Rovers, earlier this month.
GLOUCESTER Tigers got the better of favourites Redditch despite going behind on the half hour, Paul Danks trapping a long clearance to score from ten yards.
The accident happened at about 9.45pm at the Slough on the A448 from Redditch to Studley.