THE sounds of much-loved Malvern musician ‘Blind’ George Pullen will be recreated at Malvern Museum tomorrow (Saturday, September 13) as part of a heritage open weekend.

For about 50 years Pullen famously earned his living by playing a harmonium and a dulcitone to entertain visitors to St Ann’s Well.

It is said he could recognise the particular sound of regular visitors’ footsteps and would play their favourite tune as they approached.

The dulcitone he used has now been restored, and it will be played by Carlton Carr tomorrow in the Priory Gateway, or inside the museum in the event of bad weather.

As part of heritage open weekend there will be guided tours of the town centre, departing from the Tourist Information Centre, in Church Street, at 10.30am and 2.30pm tomorrow.

Malvern St James school is also stepping back to its roots as a Victorian hotel, with visitors welcome to enjoy tea and refreshments from 3-5pm tomorrow.