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Malvern Civic Society is holding its 9th annual Civic Week. This year the focus is on music. There will be a community choir concert, a jazz evening with the Severn Arts Youth Jazz Orchestra together with the Barcelona Youth Jazz…Find out more »
A new exhibition featuring some of Malvern Library's wonderful collection of paintings and prints can be enjoyed in the downstairs cafe area at the library. The pictures on display have been chosen by two museum volunteers to illustrate and explain…Find out more »
Malvern Museum Society was formed 40 years ago. To mark this occasion the museum has organised a celebration at the Abbey Hotel on Monday 23rd September. Entry is free and there are refreshments. There will be displays and presentations in…Find out more »
Phrenology was a popular study of personality linked to bumps on people's heads! If you would like to learn more then do come along to hear this fascinating talk by Louise Robinson from the George Marshall Medical Museum, Worcester. She…Find out more »
Malvern has copious examples of Gothic architecture but do you know where to look for them? This talk, delivered by historic building conservation consultants, Jacob Rock and Louise Davidson will help you uncover more of the town's creative past.Find out more »
Chris O'Grady walked the coasts of England and Wales over a period from 2002 through to 2017! Discover more of his experiences, sights and sites in this illustrated talk.Find out more »
This should be a fascinating evening looking at the merits of creating a new National Park in the area occupied by the Malvern hills and its communities, extending to the Teme valley in the north and including the Abberley Geopark. …Find out more »
This is both an opportunity to discover how well the museum performed in 2019 and enjoy the company of many members, stewards, volunteers and museum officers. After the business part of the AGM there won't be tea & coffee as…Find out more »
THIS LECTURE HAS BEEN CANCELLED (due to the spread of COVID-19)Find out more »
Powick Hospital opened its doors in 1852 as the Worcestershire City and County Pauper Lunatic Asylum. It finally closed in 1989 and its scant remains survive on land now occupied by a housing estate. Ken Crump is one of our…Find out more »
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.