HERE are some more lovely pictures in our new nostalgia series in the Malvern Gazette, where we look back at some of the faces and places that have made the news in the town through the years.

Do you have any nostalgic pictures of Malvern and the surrounding villages?


Malvern Young Firefighters prove to be a hot attraction for these youngsters at the Malvern Autumn Show in 2002

It’s 2004 and Upton CE Primary School pupils (back,from left) Chloe Sharpe, Emily Gregory, Rhys Micklethwaite, (front from left) Bryn Jarvis and Laura Morgan serve up coffee and cakes for the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

Malvern Autumn Show in 2004 and Tom and Danny Jesson are pictured with one of the ducklings at Millers Ark Animals

Howard Stanley, of Clerkenwell Crescent, contributed this picture in 2004 of Malvern Wells FC, who apparemtly had quite a successful 1950-51 season

YOUNG rugby players at Dyson Perrins CE High School, in Malvern, were given a few tips from Welsh international David Llewellyn in 2002

SIR Rupert de la Bere, MP for South Worcestershire, was installed as Lord Mayor of London 69 years ago. He is pictured (left) with Sir Leslie Boyce, whom he succeeded, at the mayormaking ceremony in the Guildhall, London

MALVERN Football League champions Bull Allstars pictured at the start of the 2002-03 campaign

MALVERN Special Families celebrated its expansion into Worcester with an unusual lorry ride in 2003 – enlisting the help of strongman Russ Bradley to push a group of families towards the city in a lorry

Firefighters pictured tackling a blaze in Cradley Village Hall in 2003 which destroyed about a third of the roof in the 16th-century building

A picture of British Camp from a guidebook to the area published almost 70 years ago by Malvern Urban District Council appeared in the Gazette in 2003

October 2003 saw Bromyard’s St Peter’s Primary School’s harvest fair. From left, Chloe Haycock, Conner Lloyd, Brad Timmins and Hannah Haycock

October 2003 saw Malvern Hills Gymnastic Club taking part in the West Midlands Levels Championships at Solihull, where Bryony Raine, centre, took first place


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