Strictly Worcestershire is returning to the Chateau Impney in Droitwich Spa on Thursday, May 24 2018. Keep checking this page and visiting our Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages for the latest news.

15/11/2017 Delighted to introduce our eighth contestant couple Sarah Crowley-Grant and Keith Young.

13/11/2017 SW5 has been nominated for two #WorcestershireHour Social Media awards - Best Use of Social Media by a Charity/NFP and Best Use of #WorcestershireHour by a Charity/NFP. Please vote for us!

13/11/2017 Our seventh contestant couple is Lucy Clifford and Ben Skinner. Lucy is a maternity support worker at Worcestershire Royal Hospital and Ben works for Bobby's Foods as a warehouse operative.

8/11/2017 Mark Cane and Michelle King are our sixth contestant couple. Mark is head instructor at his own business Combat Krav Maga and Michelle owns 40fit and is a personal trainer.

6/11/2017 Our fifth SW5 contestant couple is Ian and Tina Jukes. Ian is chairman of one of our chosen charities, the Rory the Robot Appeal.

1/11/2017 Drums please - our fourth SW5 contestant couple is Tim and Amanda Whale.

30/10/2017 Our third SW5 contestant couple is Olivia Adams and Matt Marskell. Matt works for Prima Fruit and Olivia is an employee of Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce.

25/10/2017 Jackie and Jim Harvey are our second SW5 contestant couple. Welcome both and good luck!

23/10/2017 Our first contestant couple are Abi Cooper and Mark Williams. Abi works at Redwood Search and Mark works at Beazley.

9/10/2017 Tables and individual tickets for SW5 are now on sale via our Eventbrite page. Don't miss out!

6/10/2017 Tickets for SW5 will be available through Eventbrite from Monday, October 9. For prices of tables and individual tickets, visit our tickets page. 

19/9/2017 We are delighted to announce our two charities for 2018 - the Rory the Robot Appeal and St Richard's Hospice.  

6/9/2017 County cancer charity the Rory the Robot Appeal has been handed a £20,000 boost by the organisers of Strictly Worcestershire 4.

Rory is a state-of-the-art surgical robotic system, which allows surgeons to perform minimally invasive surgery. With Rory’s assistance, patients will benefit from less pain, minimal blood loss, quicker recovery and reduced complications.

Ian Jukes, chairman of the Rory the Robot Appeal, said: “The amount raised shows how events like Strictly Worcestershire can make a big difference in supporting the funding of our new robotic surgical unit for the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch. I’m also aware of its positive impact on raising awareness of prostate cancer in our community and would like to thank all those involved.”

Sponsored by drp and A1 Recruitment Solutions, the 2017 event also raised funds for the Worcestershire Prostate Cancer Awareness Group.

Strictly Worcestershire co-producer Granville Orange said: “Through the efforts of our dancers from the business community, sponsors, audience members and volunteers who fund-raised on the night, we’ve been able to help two charities based in the county."

Granville also presented a cheque for £10,000 to SW4 charity Worcestershire Prostate Cancer Awareness Group, who undertake regular blood testing around the county. The charity was founded and is run by David Baxter-Smith and his wife Dorothy. Its patron is Lord Faulkner of Worcester.







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