Ukulele players to add unique charm to autumnal weekend in Malvern

Ukulele players to add unique charm to autumnal weekend in Malvern

Musicians from the Worcester Ukulele Club will be making a repeat appearance in Great Malvern to entertain the crowds as part of a celebration of autumn in Malvern this Saturday 4 October.

There will be a variety of events in town (from 9.30am to 5pm) as part of the annual ‘Autumn in Malvern Festival', which also coincides with the popular Saturday Arts and Food Market on Abbey Road - making Malvern the best place to enjoy an atmospheric autumnal weekend.

Councillor Phil Grove, Portfolio Holder for Economic Development at Malvern Hills District Council, said: "This weekend offers visitors to Malvern a really interesting and lively autumnal atmosphere in town. It's a great time of year to visit Malvern, with the autumnal colours already on display in some of the trees and plenty going on with the arts market and autumn festival. We expect to see more visitors in the area at the weekend, which we hope local businesses will also benefit from."

The lively Worcester Ukulele club will perform some of their favourite tunes to passers by visiting the events going on in Malvern this weekend. The group will be playing on Saturday between 12:00 noon and 1:00pm in the town centre around the Priory Gatehouse.

The popular Malvern Arts and Food Market – staged by Malvern Hills District Council and Boffy Arts Markets – is now in its sixth year and is one of the longest running markets of its kind in the area. Exhibitors include local designer makers, artists and some of the finest artisan food and drink producers in the region. High quality original work by local jewellers, painters, photographers and more will be on display at the market in Abbey Road on Saturday between 9.30am and 5pm.

You can find out more about the ‘Autumn in Malvern Festival' at