What is #WorcestershireHour?
#WorcestershireHour is a hashtag and when used on Twitter (8-9pm every Monday & 12-1pm every Wednesday) it provides Worcestershire based businesses, charities, event organisers and the public a huge platform to promote trade, build local connections and support our fabulous local charities. Simply search Twitter for #WorcestershireHour and select LATEST from the options to see all the tweets containing the hashtag in your timeline EVEN IF you don’t follow the sender.
Why do we need a #WorcestershireHour?
Twitter is a brilliant social media business tool but it works best (for local needs) when people use it at the same time. #WorcestershireHour will provide a twice weekly focus and concentration on Worcestershire between 8-9pm each Monday and 12-1pm each Wednesday.
Who runs #WorcestershireHour?
#WorcestershireHour has been founded by Worcester based businessman Stuart Allen who runs The Sales Performance Company Ltd. Stuart can be found on Twitter as @StuartAllenFCMI Stuart has been using Twitter for over four years and has a following of circa 86,000 people & businesses.
How is #WorcestershireHour funded?
#WorcestershireHour is free for 99.9% to use thanks to our exclusive team of 15 Sponsors and a number of key Partners. Our business sponsors cover the cost of Aaron’s wages (who works on #WorcestershireHour full time Mon-Fri) and our key partners provide goods or services that we need to operate the business. If you are interested in becoming a Sponsor/Partner then contact [email protected]. Sponsorship is just £16.15 per week (when paid annually in advance) or £23 per week (when paid quarterly).
Worcestershire Hour Latest News
We have been able to weather the storm of Covid-19 better than most, we could argue that #WorcestershireHour was ‘readymade’ for such a crisis! We operate a 7 days per week, 365 (356 this year) day a year service for the benefit of all Worcestershire businesses,...
A Redditch festival in memory of legendry Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham is being held in the town centre on Saturday 25th September and hopes to raise thousands of pounds for the Teenage Cancer Trust West Midlands. Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity...
Twelve months ago, three local artists combined their talent to form Yew Trees Artist Studios at Bevere Gallery in the north of Worcester. Mixed media artist Susan Birth, artist and photographer Richard Nicholls and abstract painter Dan Holden joined together to...
Guests are invited to put on their glad rags and support a Worcestershire hospice for its glitzy, annual fundraising ball. The St Richard’s Hospice Snowdrop Ball will be held at West Midland Safari Park, on Saturday, 27th November. On the night, guests will be treated...