• New network group for mums

    ENTERPRISING mums are being invited to the launch of a new social and networking group known as the “Malvern Mumpreneurs”. The group will meet once a month to discuss ideas and share advice on starting or running a business alongside family life

  • What it's like to be a gipsy roma child...

    A DVD aiming to promote a greater understanding of gipsy roma travellers has been put together with help from children of the community itself. The youngsters joined forces with Worcestershire County Council’s Gipsy Roma Traveller (GRT) Education

  • Calls for group to keep eye on Keith

    A Seal Watch group could be set up to keep track of seal Keith and stop her coming to any harm. Lenni Sykes, who is a natural history writer from Malvern and used to work in the seal unit at Newquay Wildlife Hospital, is concerned Keith could come

  • Powick

    POWICK Ramblers’ next walk is on Thursday, meeting at 10am at the Galton Arms in Himbleton (GR944585). The four-and-a-half mile historical walk will include Huddington Court associated with the Gunpowder Plot and a Civil War tomb. It is a flat

  • Record session helps out charity

    A RECORDING session by some top jazz musicians helped raise £180 for the Alzheimer’s Society. Phil Probert, from Colwall, gathered together his “Jazzmates” Vo Fletcher, Dayne Cranenburgh and Martin Emeny to record a CD in the Colwall Park Hotel

  • Ledbury Rotary Club

    MEMBERS of Ledbury Rotary Club were entertained by Ian Beer when he gave a fascinating insight into his time as an Educationalist and Headmaster. Ian explained that it was Kurt Hahn who had influenced his decision to enter the teaching profession

  • Rocking vicar

    A CHURCH near Malvern will be transformed by blue suede pews next week. Former vicar Andy Kelso brings his unique Elvis Presley tribute act to St James CE Church, Drake Street, Welland, on Friday, February 8. He sings the very best of Elvis

  • Poop scoop is a big hit with pooch fan Harriett

    AN innovative company has scooped the support of local MP Harriett Baldwin after she visited its Malvern base. The West Worcestershire MP visited The DooUp Company, based in Malvern Wells, to see its machine for helping to hygienically clear dog

  • Queenhill WI

    THE President, Sue, opened the meeting and welcomed everyone present by wishing them a very Happy New Year. Sue informed those present that the Treasurer, Anne, had resigned and the new Treasurer would be Mary. The minutes of the previous meeting

  • Man broke into family home to steal for heroin

    A MALVERN man broke into his famil’s home to steal clothing and cash after becoming addicted to heroin. David Cox got into the house in Elgar Avenue, Malvern, through an insecure window, Worcester Crown Court was told. Two days earlier he had

  • Go Back for Murder/Malvern Theatres

    By John Phillpott IT’S either a body in the bedroom, or someone lying lifeless in the lounge… yes, that’s how the plot usually pans out in your average Agatha Christie thriller. After all, it’s certainly a tried and tested format. Once the

  • Malvern Terrace Artists

    IN November 2012 Malvern Terrace Artists held an exhibition of paintings at the Council Chamber (formerly Priory Lodge Hall) in Malvern. As a result of commission from paintings sold, donations for refreshments and other donations MTA were able

  • Have you time to give to charity?

    THE charity Help for Heroes (H4H) is looking for volunteers to help it continue its work. H4H was launched in 2007, to support those who had become wounded, injured or sick, both men, women and veterans, while in the service of our country.

  • New York blues

    AN evening of rock and roll favourites and New York basement blues will go off with a bang next weekend. The Fabulous Boogie Boys will be dressed sharply in their bright red zoot suits and playing their period instruments when they are joined by

  • Mayor seeks help with hospice drive

    THE mayor of Malvern is looking for support as he prepares for a fund-raising 1,600 mile drive across Europe. Coun Ian Hopwood will be getting behind the wheel and making the journey to Malvern’s twin town Mariánské Lázne, in the Czech Republic

  • St Gabriel's WI

    ON Tuesday, members had their first meeting of the new year, whereby they invited some members from other WIs in the area. Members were entertained by the Two Amigos, one playing the organ and the other an electric guitar. They sang and entertained