History of the Gatehouse
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Priory Gatehouse or Abbey Gateway? The Priory Gatehouse had been the entry point for the Benedictine Priory of Great Malvern for several centuries before the monastery was surrendered to the Crown in 1539.  Two hundred years later the building was being referred to … Read More

Explore the Museum
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Peep into our main exhibition rooms by following the links below: Malvern Hills Room – This includes the development of the Priory Gatehouse. You can appreciate how the geology of the area has contributed to the later history of Malvern. … Read More

Cookie Policy
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This site uses cookies – small text files that are placed on your machine to help the site provide a better user experience. In general, cookies are used to retain user preferences, store information for things like shopping carts, and … Read More

How to find Malvern Museum
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The museum is located in: The Priory Gatehouse, Abbey Road, Great Malvern WR14 3ES This is at the top of town, between the Post Office and the Abbey Hotel, and just below Belle Vue Terrace

The Great War and Malvern
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Malvern in the Great War One hundred years ago the European powers entered a conflict, known then as the Great War, that would succeed in touching the lives of millions of people across the globe. Malvern and the surrounding villages … Read More

Privacy and Website Cookies
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We will always respect the privacy of individuals and organisations who browse our website and leave contact details with us. Please read this policy carefully as it contains important information about what to expect when we collect personal information about you … Read More

Gatehouse and Collection
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Gatehouse and Collection These pages provide information on the gatehouse and collection, with a research guide and links to the museum catalogue. You can visit these pages using the links below: History of the Gatehouse Malvern Museum of Local History is housed … Read More

Digging the Railway Tunnel
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Tunnel through Malvern Rocks The Malvern Hills consist largely of syenite, a Precambrian granite-like rock formed some 700 million years ago. It is one of the hardest rocks and presented the tunnelling engineers with enormous difficulties, not least because the … Read More

Truancy
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Why truancy was not a good thing Truancy has always been a feature of school life. Attendance at school became compulsory in 1880. A new law stated that children between the ages of 5 and 10 must attend school and … Read More

Telecommunications and Radar Establishment
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Radar and Malvern’s Secret Scientists The country’s Telecommunications and Radar Establishment (TRE) came to Malvern in May 1942. It was responsible for radar for the RAF (ground and airborne) and for the Fleet Air Arm. Most of the scientists who … Read More

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