Notice Board - last updated 29th March 2016
|Friday 8th April||
Guarlford Village Hall Committee AGMVenue: Guarlford Village Hall
Time: 7.30 pm
Members of the public are welcome to attend
|Wednesday 27th April||
Guarlford and Madresfield with Newland PCC
Annual Vestry Meeting
Venue: Guarllford Village Hall
Time: 7.30 pm
to elect churchwardens
To be followed by Annual PCC meeting
8th May 2016
The Grapevine Magazine
Because the collation dates for the Grapevine have changed, copy in future has to be in by 8th of the month.
The deadline for articles and advertisements for the June July August edition of The "Grapevine" is 8th May 2016.
Please note - contributions received by the editor after the deadline will not be included.
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Monday 9th May
2:15 to 2:45 pm
All pre-school children, parents and carers are invited to join us at the Children's Service.
Do come along, sit on the carpet, sing songs and listen to a story.
For more information contact Rosemary McCulloch - using the contact button at the top of the page.
|Saturday 11th June 2016||
Madresfield Court Open Gardens and Fete
Take a stroll through the gardens and enjoy the summer fete, organised by the Friends of Madresfield C of E Primary School, which will include stalls, refreshments, entertainment, live music and much more.
In aid of Madresfield School and the two parish churches.
For the latest information please visit:
Archived News *******************************
9 Oct 2015
The Probus Club of Malvern
Probus is an informal non-political organisation that provides a forum for retired business and professional men to meet socially. There are at least three branches in this area of which the Malvern branch meets fortnightly on Monday mornings at the Abbey Hotel, Great Malvern.
New members are always welcome so if any of the talks interest you why not go along and try it for yourself.
For details of membership contact:
E-mail: ramonwyre @btinternet.com
For details of the programme contact:
|Published in 2015||
Malvern in the Great War 1915
Malvern Museum has published the second volume of stories of the Great War which appeared in local newspapers; this one covers the year 1915.
Copies are available to purchase from Malvern Museum by the Abbey Gateway, the Tourist Information centre at the top of Church Street, and the Malvern Book Coop in St Ann's Road.
Price at the museum £4.50
Please do support Malvern Museum and buy a copy as unless there are sufficient sales there may be insufficient funds to pay for publication of the next volume planned for 2016.
Guarlford Village Hall
Guarlford Village Hall can be hired at very reasonable rates. Situated in an old malthouse it has been a village hall since 1922 and a registered charity since 1949, all achieved by Guarlford residents from the past.
It has an attractive function room with exposed beams which give it a character all its own
The kitchen has a good supply of crockery and because the function room is on the first floor there is a stair lift for the disabled.
There are ceiling and wall heaters to keep the function room warm in the cold winter months.
If you would like to know more then please contact the Booking Secretary:
Don Hill - Tel: 01684 563667
Please note that due to damage caused at a recent event, bookings are unlikely to be accepted for 'teenage parties'.
|Every third Saturday||
Worcestershire Farmers' Market
Venue: Abbey Gateway, Great Malvern
Time: 9:00am to 2:00pm
Usually every third Saturday website
Mobile library service discontinued
Due to cutbacks the number of mobile library vans has been reduced from four to one, and the mobile library will no longer stop at Guarlford and Madresfield from 31st January 2015.
Copies of 'The Guarlford Scene' and ''The Guarlford Story' are on sale at The Malvern Book Cooperative in St Ann's Road and Grange Farm Nursery. Copies are also available direct from the authors. (Very few copies of the Guarlford story now remain for sale, but it can be borrowed from Great Malvern library.)
Were you in one of the neighbourhood group photos? Is your family pictured in the book? Can you help identify some of the missing names in the photographs?
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