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Payment must be received within one week of meeting.

The Library reserves the right to reject requests for additional hours if it is unable to staff the premises.

If you live in the parish of Warndon or St Peters you will also pay a small amount for parish council services.

You pay your Council Tax to the City Council and we send the county, police or parish the amounts they have asked for.

Our support group participants come from a variety of situations: some people are caring for another living in their home, while others have concerns about people with memory loss residing in assisted living or skilled nursing centers; still others are early-stage Alzheimer’s patients themselves.

Application forms are available online for Main Library and Frances Perkins Branch, and the paper form can be printed out from any of the library computers or public service desks as well as on the library website at We encourage that you use the Library meeting room calendar to research availability before calling or emailing for a reservation.

People with Asperger’s find it difficult to find like minded people with whom to talk or take part in activities of mutual interest.

Recognising this, ASPIE was founded in 2011 by Sarah Micklewright whose vision provides an Intelligence of Aspies with a special place of their own.

ASPIE is a social self-help and motivation group for adults with Asperger’s Syndrome (Aspies).

We provide a centre in Worcester where Aspies feel welcome and accepted.

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We have lecture and conference rooms, with seating for up to 34 people boardroom style and 60 conference style (in Hereford) and standard lecture rooms which seat up to 22 boardroom style at both locations.

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