Volunteer Vacancies
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Malvern Museum is looking for volunteers to fill and support a number of roles: Stewards Museum stewards open the museum to visitors, take admissions money and sales cash, and handle simple enquiries.  Stewards begin by working in pairs and covering … Read More

Welcome to Malvern Museum
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  Welcome to Malvern Museum 2020 opening dates:  Saturday 28th March to Sunday 1st November The town’s ancient monastic gatehouse is home to Malvern Museum of Local History.  There are countless tales of old, from life on the exposed prehistoric … Read More

Useful Links to Local Organisations
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Here are some useful links to some of the many local organisations that help promote our local heritage. Malvern Tourist Information Office Masses of information about local events and further afield can be found here, supported by a dedicated team … Read More

Museum Loan Boxes
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Loan Boxes The museum has created three loan boxes so far. The loan boxes meet Key Stage 2 requirements for primary schools and can be adapted for Key Stage 1 pupils. Equally they will be of interest to adult groups. … Read More

Collections Policy
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Collections Policy Malvern Museum is a museum of local history, and its collections policy reflects this. The museum’s Collection Development Policy is in line with the national guidelines and has been approved by Arts Council England. The majority of the … Read More

Research Guide
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Family and local history research This page provides information on how to research family and local history using material in the museum’s collection and archive.  It also provides links to the catalogue of maps, books and archive material held by the museum. … Read More

17th and early 18th century
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The 17th and early 18th century provide the museum’s first closely dateable artefacts, prints and books. Items on display The museum has few artefacts from this period, but covers the enclosure of Malvern Chase (1630s) and the English Civil War … Read More

Tudor Collection
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Tudor Malvern At the beginning of the Tudor period, Great Malvern had an important Benedictine monastery. The small town had a market place in front of the monastery gates. There was a separate parish church, dedicated to St Thomas on … Read More

Medieval Collection
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Items from Great Malvern Priory church The medieval collection at Malvern Museum is built around a significant number of items on loan from Great Malvern Priory church. These include carved stonework, timbers and medieval tiles. They probably all originally came from the … Read More

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