The Mayor of Malvern is hosting a ball to raise funds for the Guide Dogs, his chosen charity for 2022/23. This event is open to everyone and if you would like to attend please follow this link for more information and to purchase tickets. Thank you.
A specially designed beacon will be set alight at the peak of the Worcestershire Beacon on the Malvern Hills at 9.45pm on 2 June to celebrate the historic milestone of the Platinum Jubilee. More details available here.
Thank you to everyone who took part in the Mayor’s Peaks Challenge on Saturday 30 April. The weather was fantastic and everyone managed to finish their walk. The Beacon Camera Club were out in force on the hills, taking pictures of entrants, and if you would like to see your photograph and perhaps buy a copy or two, please click here.
Bands in the Park is back at last, with a fabulous line up of all sorts of bands and music. Join us in Priory Park (or Rosebank Gardens on 10 July) on Sundays for a free afternoon of sounds against the backdrop of the beautiful Malvern Hills. Bring a picnic, deckchairs, cushions and blankets – and don’t forget your family, friends and four-legged friends.
Join us on Saturday 30 April for the Mayor’s Peaks Challenge 2022. This event gives you the chance to take part in either a long or short organised walk over the beautiful Malvern Hills, with breath-taking views to the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Shropshire, the Black Mountains, May Hill and Hay Bluff.
For more details and to book your tickets, please click here.
Malvern residents and visitors to the town are once again in for a relaxing and holistic treat if they visit Rosebank Gardens on Saturday 30 April. The Town Council is pleased to be able to bring back the Health and Wellbeing Fair in all its glory, allowing the opportunity to sample therapies, physical activities, and gain tips to help you take care of yourself, friends and family.
Opening at 11am and running through until 5pm, there is free entry into the marquee and you will find many exhibitors from local therapists and practitioners.
Demonstrations and talks start at 11.30am, from Rise to Health, Sarah Shaw Wellbeing, Paula Trafford, JoRae Alchemy and the Centre of Wellbeing.
Food and drink will be available from Winnie’s Horse Box.
There will be a joint civic service this year, held by the Mayor of Malvern, Cllr Nick Houghton, and the Chairman of Malvern Hills District Council, Cllr Cynthia Palmer. Everyone welcome at St Matthias Church, Malvern Link on Saturday 9 April from 2.30pm.