Specialist stonemasons have been commissioned to clean up the surviving parts of the walls, which are made of medieval sandstone, as part of a joint project between the city council, English Heritage and the National Trust.
|Worcester City Walls - photo by Philip Halling|
The stonework is crumbling in places and needs repairing and repointing along with the clearing of vegetation and litter.
The work is part of the council's wider Conservation Management Plan to look after the city's medieval defences, which surrounded the whole city 500 years ago.
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