More than £11,000 has been raised towards a new children's play area in Droitwich after a suspected arson attack this week.
The play area at Lido Park was set alight on Wednesday, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage and forcing council bosses to close the park.
Firefighters were called to the scene shortly before 10.30pm on Wednesday night by two people who were skating in the park.
A JustGiving page was set up by people living in the area with the aim of raising £5,000 towards a new play area - but donations have poured in and they have smashed that target, with the total currently standing at £11,090.
A statement on the JustGiving page by the appeal coordinators says while the council has confirmed the park was insured, they hope the money raised will enable the play area to be rebuilt before the summer holidays - and potentially even make some improvements.
We've all been past it or used it with our children at some point. It's important to the local area and therefore important to us.
We need to raise as much as we can locally to help the local council replace and improve the park, hopefully with enough money raised it can be expedited so children can enjoy it this summer.
If there is any money left it can be used on any other areas requiring attention.
Pictures of a major roofing collapse which injured five contractors have been released by the Health and Safety Executive.
The men were working for Droitwich-based Adstone Construction Ltd on a new secondary school at the Abraham Darby Academy in Telford in August 2011, when a steel canopy collapsed.
The company has now been ordered to pay more than £200,000 in fines and costs.
One of the workers, Philip Drury Sr, 54, from Mansfield, had a fractured ankle, three cracked ribs with internal bruising, head injuries and cuts and bruising to his face and head.
His son, Philip Drury Jr, 29, from Mansfield, was air-lifted to hospital strapped to a spinal board and was diagnosed with damage to two vertebrae and his shoulder.
Meanwhile, James Buchanan, 32, also from Edwinstowe, suffered arm injuries and swelling and bruising to his neck. He had to wear a neck brace for the two days he spent in hospital, and needed ultrasound scans and x-rays.
Joshua Wolak, 24, from Edwinstowe, was kept in hospital overnight with a suspected fractured rib and multiple cuts and bruises.
And Mark Drury-Tuck, 32, who lives in Ripley, suffered pain to his ribs.
A second man has been arrested connection with the murder of a 39-year-old man in Worcester.
Adrian Locke from Droitwich, was found by paramedics with stab wounds on Wednesday evening (2 January). He was confirmed dead at the scene.
On Sunday evening (6 January) a man in his 20s was arrested in Birmingham and is being held in custody at Worcester Police Station.
It follows the arrest on Friday (4 January) of another man in Birmingham who was also in his 20s. This morning, he was charged with three offences related to drug dealing and the possession of a firearm