Malvern Civic Society

Calendar

Jun
23
Wed
Moody Exhibition @ Elmslie House
Jun 23 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Moody Exhibition @ Elmslie House | England | United Kingdom

Victor and Catherine Moody held a special place in the social fabric of Malvern and this is the first comprehensive exhibition of their work for twenty years. Victor, a Royal Academician, was well known for his work in establishing and developing the Malvern School of Art from the mid-1930s; Catherine continued his work as head of the school and became known as the ‘grande dame’ of the Malvern cultural scene.

Booking essential via TicketSource.

No charge – donations requests.

Catalogue £5.

Jun
24
Thu
Dudley Brook Trail Walk @ Bandstand, Priory Park, Malvern
Jun 24 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Following in the footsteps of the late Dudley Brook.

A walk round the Park to discuss the large range of exotic trees and shrubs planted in the 19C led by ecologist, Dr Elizabeth Adlam
Tickets £4.50 – Limited numbers. Book through TicketSource

Moody Exhibition @ Elmslie House
Jun 24 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Moody Exhibition @ Elmslie House | England | United Kingdom

Victor and Catherine Moody held a special place in the social fabric of Malvern and this is the first comprehensive exhibition of their work for twenty years. Victor, a Royal Academician, was well known for his work in establishing and developing the Malvern School of Art from the mid-1930s; Catherine continued his work as head of the school and became known as the ‘grande dame’ of the Malvern cultural scene.

Booking essential via TicketSource.

No charge – donations requests.

Catalogue £5.

Jun
25
Fri
Moody Exhibition @ Elmslie House
Jun 25 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Moody Exhibition @ Elmslie House | England | United Kingdom

Victor and Catherine Moody held a special place in the social fabric of Malvern and this is the first comprehensive exhibition of their work for twenty years. Victor, a Royal Academician, was well known for his work in establishing and developing the Malvern School of Art from the mid-1930s; Catherine continued his work as head of the school and became known as the ‘grande dame’ of the Malvern cultural scene.

Booking essential via TicketSource.

No charge – donations requests.

Catalogue £5.

Malvern Link Heritage Walk @ Victoria Park, Malvern
Jun 25 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Start/end outside Café in Victoria Park
A forty minute walk round the Conservation Area of Malvern Link.

Built at the same time as the great houses of Great Malvern for the artisans who serviced the schools, this little-known aspect of Malvern will be described by Carleton Tarr, local historian and resident.

Numbers limited to twenty. £4.50 per person.  Book via TicketSource.

Ranelagh Road Development Open Day @ Gospel Place
Jun 25 @ 6:00 pm

This development at the end of Ranelagh Road has been nominated for a 2021 Malvern Civic Society Civic Award.  This is an opportunity to have a tour accompanied by the developer.  Telephone 07789 860673 to book your place or visit TicketSource.

Jun
26
Sat
Moody Exhibition @ Elmslie House
Jun 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Moody Exhibition @ Elmslie House | England | United Kingdom

Victor and Catherine Moody held a special place in the social fabric of Malvern and this is the first comprehensive exhibition of their work for twenty years. Victor, a Royal Academician, was well known for his work in establishing and developing the Malvern School of Art from the mid-1930s; Catherine continued his work as head of the school and became known as the ‘grande dame’ of the Malvern cultural scene.

Booking essential via TicketSource.

No charge – donations requests.

Catalogue £5.

Malvern Priory Guided Tour @ Malvern Priory
Jun 26 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

A one-hour tour of the Priory
Meet in the north porch from 10.15

No charge but donations welcomed.  Tickets available from TicketSource.

Followed by light refreshments.

Sponsored by the Friends of Malvern Priory.

St Anne’s Chapel Glass Renovation

The Priory has the finest collection of English 15th and early 16th century medieval glass outside York Minster. The stained glass windows in the South side of St. Anne’s Chapel in the Priory were created around 1480 and depict stories from the Old Testament.

They are a national treasure, but sadly are in desperate need of cleaning and restoration, due to constant exposure to the elements.

It has been decided to restore and protect one of these Medieval windows together with its surrounding stonework, at an estimated cost of £150,000. This will be part of a much larger Priory Development project to restore even more of the Priory’s heritage together with re-ordering the interior of church to make it much more accessible for everyone.

The Friends have committed to support this initial window restoration project.

Any donations from the Guided Tours will be in aid of the Windows’ Fund and visitors are encouraged to join the Friends to share in the continuing commitment.

Malvern Town Walks @ Malvern Tourist Information Centre
Jun 26 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
There are weekly town walks around Great Malvern from Easter to Autumn. They set off from the Tourist Information Centre (TIC) at 10.30am on Monday and Saturday mornings. The fee is £5 per person.
Under social distancing we are asking visitors to book a place in advance at the Tourist Information Centre to guarantee a place where one is available. 
A limited number of tickets are also be available via TicketSource up to noon on the day before the walk.

All walks are subject to coronavirus restrictions.  All visitors on walks are required to wear masks/face coverings, which town guides will also be wearing.  Contact details must be left at the TIC when meeting your guide.  

Please check first with the Malvern Tourist Information Centre to avoid disappointment.

Science in the Park @ Priory Park, Malvern
Jun 26 @ 10:30 am – 4:30 pm