Victorian Room
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This room has become the Water Cure Room while the former water cure room has been used for other purposes. It still gives a good idea of what Malvern was like and how it changed in Victorian times. Village Growth … Read More

2024 Season at the Museum
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Malvern Museum will reopen its doors in time for Easter this year.  There will be a number of quite bold changes to enjoy, and new displays to follow: Malvern’s minerals come under the spotlight, the 80th anniversary of the D-Day … Read More

Welcome to Malvern Museum
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The museum has reopened for its 2024 season     Lorna Lloyd’s War Diary Malvern Museum has partnered with a team from Edinburgh Napier University that has produced a series of podcasts based on Lorna Lloyd’s diary. These are available … Read More

Lorna Lloyd’s Diary of the war
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About Lorna Lloyd Lorna Beatrice Lloyd was born in Filton, Bristol in 1914. Her middle-class childhood afforded leisure time and resources to develop various talents. She played the piano; she wrote stories, plays and poetry; she drew and painted; she … Read More

Diary of the War 1939-41
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The family of Lorna Lloyd offered Malvern Museum a diary written by Lorna while living in Malvern, detailing the early progress of the Second World.  Lorna Lloyd Lorna was born in 1914 in Bristol.  Her father was a wealthy iron … Read More

Lorna Lloyds ‘Diary of the war’: Episodes 5 to 8
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These episodes cover April 1940 to February 1942. Notable events include: the falls of Norway and Denmark (episode 5); the falls of Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and France (episode 6); and the Battle of Britain (episode 7).

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