Lunch Box

 

Lunch Box provides an opportunity for people to bring a sandwich lunch into the inspiring surroundings of Great Malvern Priory while they hear a short concert, recital or an interesting talk.

Lunch Box is an annual programme of lunchtime events held in the Priory.

 

Lunch Box takes place from September to April on alternate Thursday lunchtimes from 12.30 pm until 1.30 pm.

The music or talk starts at 1 pm and lasts approximately 30 minutes.

There is no charge, but you can buy tea and coffee.

 

The concerts are usually put on by local musicians or schools and are of a very high quality.

     

The talks are often by local speakers on a wide variety of subjects including local history, places of interest, a day in the life of...., national charities or poetry readings.We are always looking for new topics of interest, so if you would like to take part please contact Anne Eglington through the Parish Office 01684 56102

 

AUTUMN 2017

14th Sept

Drought, Dams and Diamonds. Talk by Mary Stafford from Send a Cow.

28th Sept

The Building of the River Severn Tunnel. Talk by Geoff Fearnehough

12th Oct

Why Scientists came to Malvern; the move of the Telecommunications & Radar Establishment in WW2 and its impact over the years - Talk by David Whitaker

26th Oct

Faith in Action - The Work of the Mothers' Union Nationally and Internationally. Talk by Jill Crofton and Dorothy Knights.

9th Nov

Concert by pupils from the Chase School

23rd Nov

Jordan - the other Holy Land. Talk by Dr. Ronan Head.

7th Dec

Seasonal Concert by pupils from Malvern Parish School

 

SPRING 2018

11th Jan

The Priory - an inspirational building. Talk by Peter Chappell, Chairman of the Friends

25th Jan

Edward Elgar and Birchwood. Talk by Mike Vockins

8th Feb

Concert by pupils from Malvern College conducted by Jonathan Brown, Director of Music

22nd Feb

The Ups and Downs of being Mayor. Talk by Cynthia Palmer

8th Mar

Concert by pupils from Malvern St. James conducted by Lynne Lindner

22nd Mar

Prison and Reform - a contradiction in terms? Talk by Melanie Jameson, Chair of the Dyslexia Adult Network.

 

Lunch Box is run jointly by Great Malvern Priory and The Friends


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