THERE’S plenty to see and do in Malvern in the coming days.
Here are a selection of events happening in the area:
THE NEXT meeting of Transition Malvern Hills will be provide an opportunity for prospective new members to learn more about the organisation.
The group which looks at tackling climate change and oil dependency will be gathering at The Morgan on Clarence Road on Thursday (October 31) between 7.30pm and 9.30pm.
MEMBERS of the community have been invited down to St Mary’s Church in Pickersleigh for a series of upcoming events.
There will be a Holy Communion at 10am on All Saints’ Sunday (November 3) and a memorial service at 4pm to remember loved ones who have passed away.
A coffee morning will be held between 10am and midday on Tuesday (November 5) and there will be a jumble sale the following Friday (November 8).
Then St Mary’s will hold its annual remembrance service on Sunday, November 10, to honour those who have lost their lives serving their country in the armed forces.
Residents have also been reminded of the weekly Citizen’s Advice Bureau drop-in service on Mondays from 9.30am and the regular meetings of the
Pickersleigh Bears toddler group on Thursdays between 9.30am and 11.30am.
David Gutteridge, retired priest at the church said: “All are welcome to any of our services and other events, which are always detailed on the church noticeboard. Do visit us, we are a friendly bunch.”
THE NEXT meeting of the Pickersleigh WI will feature a talk on the natural wonders of the Malvern Hills.
Peter Garner is set to lead the talk at the United Reformed Church Hall at 10.30am on Tuesday (November 5).
New members and visitors are welcome to attend. For more information, call Jill Thompson on 01684 566540.
SPARKS will fly when Malvern hosts its annual fireworks night this weekend.
Taking place at the Three Counties Showground on Saturday (November 2), the theme of the event is superheroes, with visitors being encouraged to dress accordingly.
The gates open from 5.30pm and the fireworks display will take place from 7.30pm.
Tickets costing £5 (under fives free) are available at www.threecounties.co.uk or by calling 01684 584900.