Arrow XL will have its Midlands and South West operation up and running mid-week, after a fire destroyed its Worcester hub.

The fire started at 8.30am on 20 April and was declared a "major incident" by the police, but all employees were evacuated safely from the site.

A statement from Arrow XL this morning said its operation in the area will be running from Wednesday (26 April) from a site in Chepstow.

Arrow XL chief operations officer Charlie Shiels said: “A huge amount of praise and thanks goes to our dedicated workforce for their amazing support and patience at this challenging time.

"We are looking to the future in Worcester and everyone is fully determined to get back to business as usual as soon as possible.

“Equally, we would like to take this opportunity to say a special thank you to the emergency services for such a fantastic job over the last few days, and to our clients and their customers for their support and understanding, which is greatly appreciated.”