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Events that happen on a regular or recurring basis.

Antique & Flea Fairs

Antique Fairs & Flea and Collectors Fairs – various dates – usually Sundays – on the Three Counties Showground at Malvern.

Bands in the Park

On the Bandstand in Priory Park, Great Malvern each Sunday from 2.30pm to 4.30pm during Summer months.

Country Markets

  • Malvern – Each Friday from 9.00am – 12.00pm. Lyttelton Rooms, Church Street.
  • Tenbury Wells – Each Tuesday from 9.30am – 12.00pm (winter) or 8.30am – 11.30am (summer). The Scout Hut by the swimming pool.

For further details of Country Markets see their website.

For details of WI activities and events in Worcestershire – see their website.

Farmers Markets

  • Knightwick – 2nd Sunday each month from 10.30am – 1.30pm The Talbot at Knightwick.
  • Great Malvern – click here to read about exciting plans for Great Malvern Farmers’ Market in 2019

Great Malvern Arts Markets

A series of Arts Markets are due to be held during 2019 in the Priory Grounds.

Organised by Boffy Arts Markets.

Gardens Open

For details of gardens open for NGS around the Malverns, visit the NGS website

Live Music Venues

Live music sessions take place at various venues around the Malverns. For the latest information, please visit the SLAP Magazine website.

Philip Serrell Auctions

Regular auctions by the well known antiques expert from TV.

The Malvern Saleroom, Barnards Green Road, Malvern WR14 3LW

see website for details

Town and Village Markets

  • Hanley Swan – cafe & local market on the last Saturday of each month apart from August and December (see Events List for dates) 9.30am to 12noon in Hanley Swan Village Hall.

Town Walks

  • Malvern – Guided walk around Victorian Malvern narrated by Malvern Civic Society Saturday and Sunday at 10.30am from April to September. Duration approx. 1.5 hrs. Start point and tickets: Malvern Tourist Information Centre.
  • Town walks are offered on the basis that they may be cancelled at times on account of changes in prevailing circumstances, and checking with the TIC in advance is advisable.

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