Jilly is known for her unique watercolour and fine line ink depictions of historically or nationally significant architecture. She is a Worcester based architectural watercolour artist. The new Croome Collection has been created especially for this exhibition.
Back to School!
Since being established in 2001, Explore Learning have helped over 200,000 children between the ages of four and fourteen to achieve their academic potential. At Explore Learning, we take pride in our tutors who will get to know your child individually and help nurture them into a fearless learner!
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).
Jump back to the golden era of pop and dance the night away at our spectacular 80s night.
Crack out your legwarmers and get the hairspray ready – Chateau Impney is stepping back in time to the ultimate party decade!
Chateau Impney Hotel and Exhibition Centre, Droitwich Spa
The Upbeat Beatles are second to none - powerhouse vocals, precision harmonies and tight musicianship. The guys have an easy, happy rapport with any crowd, giving them a reputation to be envied as the best in the business. There isn’t a band to touch them - 8 bars of "Twist and Shout" and you will know why!
A musical coffee morning for charity, with the Syska Flute Quartet.
A programme of varied and tuneful music for flutes, ranging from Handel & Elgar to
Welsh folksong, Polish Klezmer and Slovenian mythological beasts!
Four mornings - I’ll start by taking you through the basic functions of a sewing machine getting you comfortable with all its workings and making it your new best friend! We’ll cover lots of useful sewing techniques to give you a thorough grounding in all the essential sewing know-how.
This exhibition explores ordinary people’s voices against a world of corporate and political messages, featuring work by Mark Titchner and Gillian Wearing together with the Museum’s collection of political prints and satire.
Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum
Sat 22 Sep, Mon 24 Sep to Sat 29 Sep, Mon 1 Oct to Sat 6 Oct, Mon 8 Oct to Sat 13 Oct, Mon 15 Oct to Sat 20 Oct, Mon 22 Oct to Sat 27 Oct, Mon 29 Oct to Sat 3 Nov, Mon 5 Nov to Sat 10 Nov, Mon 12 Nov to Sat 17 Nov, Mon 19 Nov, Tue 20 Nov
We are located in the peaceful countryside of Worcester in a historically interesting church building.
The Orthodox Church is the original Christian Church, the Ancient Church. We are the English manifestation of Orthodox Christianity, but also multi-cultural.
Everyone is welcome.
Come and see!
St John the Baptist Chapel, Chapel Lane, Bransford
This is a 3hr workshop for beginners learning to sew, you need to be able to thread your machine and wind a bobbin. Bring your own machine, or use one of ours. You will make a doorstop, if you feel able you can decorate with simple applique.
An informal 1½ acre garden adjacent to common land. Mixed borders contain a wide variety of hardy perennials, including Plant Heritage National Collections of Symphyotrichum (Aster) novae-angliae and some Hardy Geraniums. Flowering starts with spring bulbs, including a collection of snowdrops.
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.
If you want to sing, meet new friends, and enjoy evenings of fun and harmony, why not drop in to Pershore’s Community Choir at Number 8 in the High Street on a Monday evening? The choir is a friendly and welcoming group of people who meet to sing for the enjoyment of doing so!
Number 8 Community Arts Centre, High Street, Pershore
Long drive with Scotch Pines leads to 3 acres of garden and small wooded area with mature trees. Garden mostly lawns with small fruit orchard, borders and vegetable plot plus nine acres of established vineyard with red and white grapes. House (not open) dates to 1700’s.
Britain’s largest walled gardens opens its doors again in 2018. The privately owned gardens date back to the early 18th century and were altered by Lancelot ’Capability’ Brown, as part of his grand design at Croome.