Join us for an evening of song with Malvern Male Voice Choir. Featuring songs from two World Wars plus a range of uplifting numbers from their wide repertoire. With canaps and drinks served in the courtyard. Experience the peace and tranquility of Brockhampton Estate after hours with Malvern Male Voice Choir.
Learn the basics of Digital Photography with professional photographer, Scarlett Shellis & Joe Rogers.
Our one day photography workshop for beginners will have you shooting in manual in just one day!
Time to trash auto and get creative with how you use your camera.
The Garden Tea Rooms
Witley Court Drive, Off Worcester Road, Great Witley
Join us at our monthly market 11am-2pm every 4th Sunday and browse amongst the brilliant stalls offering locally made and crafted, artwork, jewellery, photography, ceramics, candles, soaps and textiles.
12 amazing gardens set in the grounds of a gothic rectory. A family orientated garden with a twist, incorporating an Italian Piazza, an African Jungle, Dragon Pool, Alice in Wonderland and the elves in their conifer forest and new for 2017 ’The Monet Garden’.
Imagine a completely unique experience where you can learn, touch, even sit upon an Iconic piece of Victorian history. Available to adults and children. Take the experience even further to ride, journey and feel the extraordinary style, fun and folly of riding a Penny Farthing. Booking Not Needed.
Come and listen to Corinne playing solo cello including Elgar and other English music. Corrinne will interact with the audience with lively ancedotes. Booking Not Needed. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Find out all about our conservation work and the wildlife of the hills on this 5 mile ramble led by one of our rangers. Booking Essential. Phone: 0844 249 1895. These walks aren’t suitable for children.
Two town gardens on the northern edge of Worcester both packed with a wide variety of plants. Roses are a speciality at Lucerne Close with unique landscaping enhancing the planting at Beckett Drive. These two gardens are guaranteed to give visitors ideas and inspiration.
2½ acres garden of a Grade II listed timber building (not open) incl sub-tropical planting. Stumpery garden with tree ferns and woodland temple. Mediterranean garden, tree house, revolving summerhouse and underground grotto with shell mosaics and water features. A recent addition is Mr McGregors vegetable garden.
As part of its bicentennial celebrations the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has organised a number of public events around the country to demonstrate the contribution that civil engineers have made to the built environment and how they have helped to shape the world.
Riverside Walk by the café, Grand Stand Road, Worcester
Pretty Muddy® isn’t like any other fundraising event.
It’s a muddy obstacle course that women of any ability can climb over, crawl under, and charge through.
Choose from either 5k or 10k Pretty Muddy events.
Whatever the distance. However dirty you get. THIS IS BEATING CANCER.
A 5k suitable for all abilities - or up the challenge and take part in a Race for Life 10k!
ENTRY FEES: Adults (16+ women-only) £14.99, Children (6-15 girls & boys under 13) £10, Under 6 (boys & girls) free with no registration needed.
Women of any age welcome.
Stars & Stripes – A evening of American music:
Come and hear a concert of American Music, including items such as close harmony arrangements of Moon River and Pink Panther at St John in Bedwardine Parish Church, St John’s Worcester.
St John in Bedwardine Church,1A Bromyard Rd, Worcester
Old water mill, brook runs through garden. Large trees, oak, ash, shrubs and red bridge at front of house. Back of house, terracing, hot bed, mixed borders, pergola to ’jungle’, bamboo, fatsia etc. Fish pond; large pool (wildlife) in what was once mill race bog; garden stream; old woodland.
Microbiology Conferences take immense pleasure to announce the Microbiology 2018 conferences to be held on June 28-29 2018 at Amsterdam, Netherlands which includes prompt Keynote Speakers Workshops Symposium Special Session Oral Presentation Poster Presentation and Exhibitions in 11th World Microbiology &
Just under an acre, the garden is on the slopes of the Malvern Hills and has been described by one visitor as ’quirky’! Formal rose garden, grass beds, bamboo walk, colour themed beds, nature path leading to a pond.
“If you like music and guitars you will LOVE this show!” Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Hank Marvin, Brian May and Slash are just some of the outstanding guitar heroes you will have chance to experience in one amazing show!
Set on slopes of Malvern Hills, acre plant-lovers’ garden surrounding Arts and Crafts house (not open), created by owners since 1999. Herbaceous borders, rockery, wildlife pond, vegetables, small orchard, containers. Magnificent Eucryphia glutinosa in July.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Pump Street, Worcester, a band of talented flower arrangers who are church members are mounting a wonderful floral display over three floors of this iconic 60s building.
St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Pump Street, Worcester
Join us for an evening of open-air theatre, performed in Greyfriars garden. Bring your picnic and join us at Greyfriars for an outdoor theatre performance of ’The Reluctant Dragon’, brought to you by Quantum Theatre. Booking Essential. Phone: 020 8317 9000. Families welcome.
Greyfriars’ House and Garden, Friar Street, Worcester,
The official opening of the Royal Porcelain Works, a home for the arts in the heart of Worcester!
The celebrations will start with the official opening of the Henry Sandon Hall, an exciting new arts venue on Worcester’s famous Royal Porcelains Works site offering a diverse programme of events, including live...
When: Every Tuesday 10:30 - 11:30 Where: Meet in the Commandery Shop (Throughout January meet under Cathedral Edgar Tower) Walk Length: Walks will vary each week averaging 1 hour but always start and finish at the Commandery (Cathedral during January).
As part of Music at St Martin’s Grand Pianothon,
local musicians Shulah Oliver and Tim Sidford give a free recital of popular classics,
to include The Lark Ascending (Vaughan Williams),
Clair de Lune (Debussy),
the 1st movement of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata
and César Franck’s joyful Sonata in A major
Music at St Martin’s launches its Piano Appeal with a whole day event of piano playing by professional musicians, talented amateurs and students, with party pieces, fun items for two, four and six hands, an opportunity to play your own party piece or make a request, and a few surprises!
From clarinet and flute to baritone sax, come along with your little ones and be inspired by the wonderful sounds of the woodwind family with the brilliant Marie McNally, together with Janine Parsons (piano).
The Australian star with a phenomenal technique and a big personality presents another of his hugely popular organ concerts on the fabulous organ of St Martin’s. Programme details to follow. With video presentation so that you can watch those fantastic hands and feet. Doors open, with licensed bar, from 6.45pm.
A developing 2 acre country garden, set around an C18 house and out buildings (not open). Mixed herbaceous borders with some colour theming including ’hot’ beds and yellow bed; white garden; double border; courtyards; stream, vegetable garden.
In a brand new show, adventurer-explorer Benedict Allen tells the whole unvarnished truth of his most recent adventure – a solo expedition to Papua New Guinea, during which he filmed his journey to visit a community he had befriended thirty years earlier – when he hit the headlines after failing to turn up for a
After retiring from running the Garden Centre, David and Sarah followed their passion for plants dividing their garden into areas each with its own unique style and planting incl secluded fairy garden, romantic folly garden, beach garden and wildlife pond, herbaceous borders, vegetable garden, Potager and greenhouses
Visit our beautiful 2 acre garden which has been created from scratch over the last 3 years. The garden is divided into rooms each with it’s own character and charm, these include
Beach & Wildlife Pond
Greenhouses and Potager
Join us for a scenic cycle through the beautiful south Worcestershire countryside as the St Richard’s Hospice Bikeathon returns. There is a choice of 3 different routes, the family route of 16miles, the more challenging 45 miles or the sportive at 64 miles (100km).
Take on the Worcestershire Way challenge. Individually, with friends or get your colleagues together to walk the 31 miles in a day. We can guarantee it will be tough and rewarding. Beginning in Bewdley, stride out across the Worcestershire countryside before finishing with the spectacular slopes of the Malvern Hills.
Bring babies, learn songs traditional and brand new. Babies adore ukulele music, come and see.
Specific dates to be finalised. Please book or enquire as a group.
Bring your own tunes if you wish. Help create a happy, fun loving session with ukulele and harmonica accompaniment from Grandma Jill.
The Railway Inn Wells Rd. Malvern Wells. or at one of our usual venues. Take your. choice. But please ring to book a space
Beautifully designed giving feeling of space and tranquillity. 100+ clematis varieties interlacing high hedges. Borders with rare plants and shrubs. Sweeping curves of lawns and paths to woodland area with shade-loving plants. Drought-tolerant plants in S-facing gravel front garden. Alpine filled troughs.