Malvern Civic Society

Malvern Civic Society

Welcome to Malvern Civic Society

We are a group of friendly people, united by a love for Malvern and an interest in its continuous development. We cater for a diverse range of interests, monthly talks, walks, local visits, day trips.

Conserving the past, enhancing the future

Malvern Civic Society aims to conserve and protect the best elements of Malvern’s heritage in the built and natural environments while seeking to encourage high standards of planning and design for the enhancement of Great Malvern and the surrounding area. It is a voluntary organisation and a registered charity. It is entirely independent, with a membership drawn from across the Malvern area and beyond.

Join Malvern Civic Society

We welcome new members. You can download a form to join (or renew your membership) or come to one of our meetings (when we are able to meet in physical space again) and find out more about us.

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Upcoming Events

Jun
29
Wed
10:30 am Blue Plaque Walk @ Elgar Fountain
Blue Plaque Walk @ Elgar Fountain
Jun 29 @ 10:30 am – 11:15 am
One of the continuing projects funded by the Civic Society is to put up Blue Plaques to the many well known people who either visited or lived in Malvern in …
2:30 pm Walk Round West Malvern @ The Dingle
Walk Round West Malvern @ The Dingle
Jun 29 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
We would start at The Dingle, parking near the bus stop. The idea is to follow the lower hill path to the Elim shop, drop down to look at the …
4:30 pm RSPB Walk @ Tank Quarry Car Park
RSPB Walk @ Tank Quarry Car Park
Jun 29 @ 4:30 pm
Starting from Tank Quarry car park, the walk will be around North Hill. It will take about an hour and a half and will provide an opportunity to see and identify …
Jun
30
Thu
2:30 pm Local Visit: Treago Castle @ Treago Castle
Local Visit: Treago Castle @ Treago Castle
Jun 30 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
We will have the opportunity of a private visit to this interesting fortified manor house, in the parish of St. Weonards, Herefordshire, built c.1500 probably by Sir Richard Mynors. It …