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Elgar’s birthplace and Worcester Racecourse get five-star hygiene rating

CITY’s National Trust restaurants, schools and a museum have received the highest rating for food hygiene after recent inspections.

Scores are judged by Worcestershire Regulatory Services inspectors based on food handling standards, how food is stored, how food is prepared, cleanliness of facilities and pest control , food safety management and evidence that staff know about food safety.

The new Worcester five-star businesses to be listed after further inspections and the date they were inspected are:

The Firs, birthplace of Elgar, Crown East Lane Lower Broadheath Worcester (May 23)

Thomas Franks Ltd at The Kings School, Hostel House, College Green (May 20)

MUSEUM: Birthplace of Elgar. Photo: National Trust

Worcester Racecourse, Grand Stand Road (May 20)

Singapore Restaurant, Friar Street (May 19)

Ruby Cantonese Restaurant, Bransford Road (May 17)

Witley Wrap at Great Witley C of E Primary School, Worcester Road, Great Witley (9 May)

Others on the list after recent inspections include:

Costcutter, Droitwich Road, Fernhill Heath (May 22)

Offerton Farm Nursery, Offerton Lane, Hindlip (May 22)

Regency Secondary School, Carnforth Drive, Warndon (May 11)

Cake Box, Broad Street (May 10)

Worcester Grill, Gregorys Mill Street (May 8)

AJ’s Pizza Worcester, Laslett Street (May 6)

Altafs Balti, Tolladine Road (May 5)

Magical Moments at the Tudor Way Family Hub, Tudor Way (May 5)

Malvern Dining Services at Dines Green Community Academy, Tudor Way (May 5)

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Norton Hall Nursing Home, Woodbury Park, Norton (May 4)

Potting Shed Coffee Shop, St Peters Garden Centre, Broomhall, Norton (May 4)

AIP at Kempsey Primary School, Ellsdon, Kempsey (May 3)

BP Whittington Road Service Station, Whittington Road (April 29)

Globe Modern Bistro, Friar Street (April 29)

Vue Cinema, Friar Street (April 29)

Compass Group at Made Restaurant, University of Worcester, Henwick Grove (April 28)

Meneki Ramen, Farrier Street (April 28)

Meanwhile, there is only one Worcester business left on the ‘major improvement needed’ one-star food business list, after Lifestyle Express in Kilbury Drive was upgraded to three stars following of an inspection on May 5.

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The remaining business on the list is O Nosso Cafe in London Road.

No business in Worcester has zero stars, the lowest rating.

All information published is based on results from the Food Standards Agency website and is correct as of 27 May, with inspections listed as the last carried out.