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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 561020
NEW FOR 2018 - SUMMER LUNCH BOX
A Box Full of History - A History of Malvern in 60 Objects
A lunchtime lecture by Andrew Huntley in Great Malvern Priory at 12.30 on Thursday 28th June. Andrew's 30-minute lecture will give an appreciation of the 60 objects selected. Bring your own lunch at 12.30 to eat in the Priory - the lecture will start at 1 pm with an opportunity to visit the exhibition linked to his lecture. Tea/coffee/cake available. Donations to the Friends of Malvern Priory.
"Cleanliness is next to Godliness" - the history of Bathrooms. Talk by Jill Price
Our Journey to Great Malvern. Talk by Rev. Rod and Rita Corke
The 2018 Winter Olympics in S. Korea - my experiences. Talk by Alastair Cameron
Caring for the Malvern Hills. Talk by Beck Baker, Malvern Hills Trust
Concert by pupils from the Chase
The Challenges of Global Warming and Climate Change and how we meet them. Talk by Julia Goodfellow-Smith, Climate Reality Leader.
Seasonal Concert by pupils from Malvern Parish School.
Lunch Box is run jointly by Great Malvern Priory and The Friends
You can find a talk given about the Priory at Lunch Box by Peter Chappell and Howard Wells on The Friends page of this website.