Events in September–November 2017
- Lecture: Stanbrook Abbey by Pamela Hurle
Lecture: Stanbrook Abbey by Pamela Hurle
Popular local historian Pamela Hurle will draw from her extensive research into the history of Stanbrook Abbey in nearby Callow End. The talk will be a fascinating story of how a group of plucky nuns moved to the beautiful property of Stanbrook Abbey in the 1830s and developed their community to impact their neighbourhood
- Lecture: History of Shops in Barnards Green by Catherine Banks and Faith Renger
Lecture: History of Shops in Barnards Green by Catherine Banks and Faith Renger
This illustrated talk will look at the gentle transformation of agricultural fields into a small self-sufficient commercial centre over a period of 50 years. Barnards Green was a brand new village and it attracted many small business men and women who saw a niche in offering the local population a range of grocery shops, drapers, newsagents, dairy outlets, bakeries, hairdressers and butchers.There was even an umbrella hospital and a car dealer that operated next door to a coach maker.
- Lecture: Birth of Radar by Hugh Williams
Lecture: Birth of Radar by Hugh Williams
Hugh Williams is a scientist and is passionate about the part Malvern played in the development of radar and its applications. A founding member of Malvern Radar and Technology History Society, Hugh has amassed a huge archive of images and material which is attracting large audiences whenever there is a display or a talk on the subject
All Winter Lectures are held at Christchurch Hall in Avenue Road, Great Malvern, unless otherwise stated.
Lectures begin at 7.30 and admission is free to Friends of Malvern Museum or £2 for visitors.
Refreshments are served at the end of the evening for a small charge.