Church Community Hall bookings are also made through the Parish Office. More information about our church services and activities are also available from the Parish Office As well as on our Sunday Worship page.
The fine Wordsley School of Art, built in 1899 had fallen into disrepair and was demolished at the end of 2000. The first instructor at the school was Frederick Carder, a glass designer. The building had not been used since the Community Association moved to new premises at The Green in the 1970s. The Broadfield House Glass Museum salvaged two granite plaques which were laid down when the school was completed in 1898 and extended in 1906. The school's site remains empty and overgrown.
Please place the completed questionnaires in the Friends and Family box.
Wordsley was the headquarters of the Royal seedsmen, Webbs of Wordsley. Their grounds covered thousands of acres.
1st Wordsley Scout group was formed in 1910 and was initially based on what is now the A491 road near to the Red House Glass Cone. However, in the 1950s, they moved to their current headquarters on the B4180 Brierley Hill Road on the Wordsley/Brierley Hill border. In 2010, the group celebrated their centenary (this being 3 years after The Scout Association's centenary in 2007).
We would like to invite all our registered patients to complete the "Friends & Family" questionnaire and tell us how well we are doing as a practice, as well as any areas you feel we can improve.
Letters were sent home containing the details for our Cross Curricular Days
The navigable Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal passes a mile to the west, and the Stourbridge Canal just to the west, descending in a flight of locks that passes beside the Red House glass cone.
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The telephone request option for repeat prescriptions will cease with effect from 1st September 2014. This applies to both surgeries and is a measure to free up more access for those booking appointments and making enquiries.
Wordsley lies in the far south of the historic boundaries of Staffordshire and, with neighbouring Amblecote, it is one of several villages just north of the River Stour that forms the historic border with the county of Worcestershire to the south. It formed part of the extensive manor of Kingswinford.
Baptisms and Weddings – Please contact Sharon in the Parish Office for information about arranging Baptisms and Weddings and banns at Holy Trinity, as well as information about the churchyard.
This Diabetes Week we’ll be uncovering the truth about diabetes; what it’s really like to live with it every day, and talking about the things you wish everyone knew about living with the condition.
The main entrance at Wordsley Green is suitable for wheelchair access and has special disabled toilet facilities.
The Wordsley School, Brierley Hill Road, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 5SP
Wordsley is home to two scout groups - 1st Wordsley Scout Group and 2nd Wordsley Scout Group.
Our practice is a training practice. Our GP Registrars are fully qualified doctors and already have a great deal of experience. They are attached to our practice for six to twelve months. The Registrars usually become General Practitioners after completing their training.
Wordsley Green Surgery will send your prescriptions to your nominated pharmacy electronically, from 1st September 2015. Please click on the following link for a leaflet explaining the service EPS Summary for Patients
Stuart's Glass Works, another notable building, came under pressure from sales of cheaper imported glass and the business there closed in March 2002. The Stuart's site is earmarked for residential development, which will incorporate some of the historic buildings such as the old flour mill. The glass making centre has now been knocked down, and waiting for a new housing development. The historic Red House Cone is now preserved as a museum and visitor centre with a craft centre.
Wordsley Hospital closed in 2005, with its functions being transferred to Russells Hall Hospital. Some of the less significant buildings were demolished in 2007, but most of the older buildings are being refurbished and incorporated into the new housing development.
We are a welcoming parish, made up of three congregations: Holy Trinity and St Mary & St Francis in Wordsley, and St Clare’s Church in nearby Kingwsinford.
We aim to offer every child the best start in life and give support and advice to local families.
Repeat prescriptions can be dropped into the collection box on the wall opposite our main reception.
We offer home visits to patients who are housebound or too ill to attend the surgery.
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Confidential information from your medical records can be used by the NHS to improve the services offered so we can provide the best possible care for everyone.
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Wordsley is also home to a Boys Brigade club, which is held on a Monday night by Jill Fielder & Our Sylvia Liddell alongside Thomas Grosvenor and Jordan Lindsey, it takes place at Richardson Hall. There are also Scout and Brownie groups held weekly and dance classes held at Holy Trinity Church Hall. Wordsley takes great pride in its many great parks.
The new home of "Hagley Camera Club" - www.hagleycameraclub.co.uk who meet most Tuesday evenings at Holy Trinity Church Hall.
Wordsley is also home to 5th Wordsley Guide on a Thursday night at the Richardson Hall.
Once we have collected the relevant data, the results will be shared with our patients on our Friends and Family board in the Surgery.
School will be open as usual on Tuesday 5th July 2016.
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Please allow two complete working days before collection and do remember to make allowances for weekends and public holidays. Where possible please state exact drug names when ordering.
Requests for prescriptions can be made in writing or by calling in at the surgery between 10.30am to 12 noon and 1.30 to 6.30pm Monday to Friday. They can also be ordered online via emis (see below) if you are registered for this service.
We offer a range of clinics and services at the practice.
In the West Midlands over £35m medicines are wasted each year. Once medicines have left the pharmacy they cannot be recycled or used by anyone else.
In 2006, a row of dilapidated shops at the junction of High Street and Brierley Hill Road were cleared, and plans were announced to widen the often congested road system at this point. New apartments were built on the plot and completed in 2008. There is concern that this, and other major homes schemes in the area, will lead to much increased traffic problems on the High Street.
We offer a wide range of services including access to childcare and early education, health services, training and career opportunities for adults and links with Jobcentre Plus.
The end of term arrangements for the 2015-16 year are here.