Below listed are some of the locations within Worcester city centre where a defibrillator is housed.

If you are a business with a defibrillator and you are not on this list, please get in touch and we’ll ensure that your details are added.


Business Name Location of Defibrillator
Crowngate Shopping Centre (Chapel Walk) AED defibrillator is in a fire exit corridor next to Warhammer.


The door has an AED sign on it for fast and easy recognition.


The door is external to the Centre and not completely in view of CCTV.


Please ring the 24/7 Security Team on 01905 610065, explain who you are, where you are and request use of the AED.


They will quickly despatch a team member to give you access.


Crowngate Shopping Centre (Friary Walk) AED defibrillator is in the fire exit corridor next to Rymans.


The door has an AED sign on it for fast and easy recognition.


To open the door, push the bar, the AED is in a wall mounted box on the right- hand side of the corridor.


Simply open the box to access it.


Cathedral Square Management office

(alert Cathedral Square Security to gain access)

Fitness for Less Behind the Fitness for Less Reception Desk
Guildhall Bottom of Main Staircase
Heart of Worcestershire College Main Reception of All Saint’s Building
Marks & Spencer Bureau de Change, First Floor next to the Café
Museum and Art Gallery Reception
The Hive Inside the main entrance, on the left



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Worcester Festival 2020 is the 18th annual festival and it is shaping up to be the biggest, most eclectic, most eco-friendly, most diverse Worcester Festival ever.

Online registration for this year’s Worcester Festival is now open and it couldn’t be more simple: fill out the registration form here.

There are so many advantages to being part of the Worcester Festival, including the huge amount of generic advertising and hype from which you can benefit, and you will be taking part in one of the largest events in Worcestershire.
When you have registered your event it will be listed in the Worcester Festival Event Guide (25,000 copies printed) and on the website (thousands of hits during July and August). All free of charge!It is a genuine opportunity to market or publicise your company to a large number of people and to be a part of the Worcester community.

This is an opportunity to put on something new, or excitingly different, to be innovative, to think outside the box. For example, if you are a restaurant, why not put on a special ‘Worcester Festival’ menu, or cocktail, or a special Worcester Festival deal? If you are pub, why not put on a quiz or a music night or a talent, especially if you don’t normally do those things! Don’t forget to brand it too for extra coverage e.g. Worcester Festival Jazz Night… the possibilities are endless!
2019’s Worcester Festival contained over 500 events, 58 venues and 46 participating organisations. Over 350 of the events were free at point of contact. We estimate that over 200,000 people saw an event. We want the 2020 Festival to be even bigger and better, so get those thinking caps on and come and join the biggest event in Worcester this summer!

If you any questions, please contact the Worcester Festival Director, Chris Jaeger on 07594 230268 or