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Pop Up Rug Shop

iapetus gallery 34 Belle Vue Terrace, Malvern

Pop Up Rug Shop at Iapetus Beautifully crafted and fair trade one-off and sample rugs for sale Now at iapetus gallery

Original and Unusual: A New Mid-Century Selection

Elmslie House WR14 3AG

A new exhibition at Elmslie House showcasing a range of paintings and original prints by artists who were active in the 1950s and '60s, including John Piper, Katharine Church, Rowland…


Malvern Walking Festival 2023

Malvern's annual Walking Festival returns! Saturday 27 May to Sunday 4 June 2023 Planning for the 2023 Festival is well under way, with over 50 of our expected 60-70 walks…

Kids Rule! (Witley Court)

Witley Court WR6 6JT

'Kids Rule' events at Witley Court in half term. Celebrate King Charles coronation with hands-on activities and family fun this week. Normal admission price applies. Grounds open as normal  

The Elgar Festival

The iconic Elgar Festival returns to The Malverns with a series of concerts at Great Malvern Priory and events at The Firs: Elgar's Birthplace Museum and Visitor Centre.  Further Elgar Festival events take place in Worcester City...

T03: The Three Choirs Way

Links between the three cathedral cities and county towns of Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester date to the early 18th century with music festivals being held. This more recently established Three…


MWF61: Five Wartime Hospitals

Starting from St Wulstan's Nature Reserve car park this circular walk will pass through, or close by, the five WW2 US Army hospitals (which were, at that time, known as…


MWF63: Malvern’s Fascinating History

Explore and discover the many fascinating aspects of Great Malvern’s history with an easy walk around the town. It starts at the Elgar Statue, then through the Priory Gate to…


MWF65: Explore Diglis and the Fish Pass

The walk explores Worcester’s canal and riverside and includes a 1½ hour visit to Diglis Island and the new Fish Pass on Diglis Weir. This is the best time in…


MWF66: Power in the Landscape

The Malvern Hills offer vast views across the country including the places where British political and social power changed. Find out the history and stories of the places where British…


MWF67: Worcester and the Civil War Battles

We explore and learn about Worcester’s key role in the Civil War (1642-1651). Includes the tactics and deployments of the Royalist and Parliamentary forces at the battle of Powick Bridge…


Pre-Concert Chat – Elgar Festival

Great Malvern Priory WR14 2AY

Composer Ian Venables discusses his Requiem and poet Peter Sutton reads excerpts from his translation of William Langland's Piers Plowman, one of the greatest English narratives of the middle ages…