- Advice, volunteering;
- Cultural societies;
- Other groups, including physical activity around the Hills (hang gliding, running, orienteering etc).
- Walking groups (and routes) are on a separate page.
- Local cycling groups.
- See Malvern Interest page for theatre groups.
- Malvern Hills for Spa Association. Local history groups are with other history resources.
- Alternative and nature groups appear on Sustained Visits.
Malvern Hills Citizens Advice Bureau, based next to the theatre.
ABLE – Access to Benefits Leisure Employment. Disability information service for Herefordshire (was Herefordshire DIAL). Phone 01432 277770.
Community Action Malvern runs a community bus and car service, and also a Resource Centre for local groups.
Malvern Natural Health Centre, 15 Abbey Road, Malvern, WR14 3ES, phone 01684 893238.
Malvern Hills Outdoor Centre (left). Educational facility run by the county council.
Beacons Development Education Centre – “promoting global citizenship in Herefordshire and Worcestershire”.
Malvern University of Third Age Educational and recreational activities – originally for over-50s but now no formal age criteria, more for adults no longer in full time employment.
Silurian Border Morris Men, based Ledbury, perform traditional dances collected from towns and villages on the borders of England and Wales.
Olg Meg Morris – a mixed morris side performing traditional North West style dances in and around the Malvern area.
Worcestershire and Districts Change Ringing Association aka bell-ringing. Details (including tower finder ) of churches with bells, practice nights etc.
Malvern Civic Society Promoting pride in, and conservation of, historic aspects of Malvern is a major part of their brief.
Our music sessions page.
Malvern Soaring Association The local model flying (remote controlled gliders) group, often to be seen on the northern end of the Hills.
Malvern and District Orienteers Started 2005, ended 2012 – check Harlequins for any local events instead.
Malvern Hash House Harriers Running group.
Malvern Hills Amnesty International group runs a secondhand bookshop in Edith Walk, Great Malvern, just up from Waitrose, and puts on various talks and events (e.g. Art for Amnesty, a week in August0.
Forest of Dean Woodturners Association info on Paul Hannaby’s site.