Malvern Cube receives financial assistance from The Elmley Foundation for sound equipment. This scheme is for community groups in Worcestershire (and Herefordshire after July 2020) planning arts events or purchases. There are two funds – Events and Activities and Arts Equipment. Both offer up to all the projected cost, to a maximum of £1,000.
Having made it through January in one piece, the days are starting to get a little longer, spring is on the horizon – and we have decided to celebrate Pancake Day next week (25th Feb). However if you are planning on doing something at home then why not follow a couple of the recipes below.
Our sister Charity, Malvern Cube Projects delivers our youth projects and has been successful in a bid to the Community Fund of the National Lottery for funding to support us in sustaining our youth work at Malvern Cube.
We are delighted to announce that our newly appointed Centre Manager is Nicola Turrell. Nicola is passionate about engaging with new and existing users of Malvern Cube and creating opportunities for them to become involved in the wide variety of activities and events on offer.
Christmas came early for the Cube in the shape of a generous donation from the Malvern branch of the TSB. Trustees Karen and Jo joined staff for Christmas drinks and nibbles and for the presentation of a cheque for £675.
In response to the UK Government’s advice on CORVID-19 we have made the difficult decision to close to the public until further notice.
We send our best wishes to all our Cube community to stay healthy during the coming months. As a small independent charity the loss of all income will be devastating. We send our good wishes and solidarity to all our hirers, customers, artists, volunteers and friends of the Cube and venues in the same situation. We will be keeping in touch via social media.
We are confident that with your support we will hit the ground running when we re-open – if you’d like to help us now