We have been inviting all our regular hirers to tell us how they feel about hiring space at the Cube.
People are returning to the Cube after the Summer break. Classes and meetings are restarting, the café is in full swing and a great Autumn programme of music, film and drama is underway.
Our garden volunteers and the Connect gardening crew have been working hard this year in the veggie beds and flower borders and in June we took part in the Britain in Bloom competition.
Malvern Cube Projects (youth provision) are looking for a male volunteer to assist with a boys and young men's mental health and wellbeing group.
his project has been for Twelve students with special needs to show the Community how they want to be seen, using art, video and photography.
Malvern Cube users and supporters met together last Friday to enjoy afternoon tea, prepared by our café team, and to celebrate the opening of the new Green Room.
A COMMEMORATIVE plaque to celebrate the achievements of a young woman with a learning disability has been unveiled at the Cube in Malvern.
Over the last three months the group, working with local artist Ivan Jones, created a vision of the Malvern Hills if sea levels were to rise drastically, to send a message about the dangers of climate change.
Harriett Baldwin, Member of Parliament for West Worcestershire paid a visit to the Malvern Cube to learn how the centre has continued to serve the community even after it’s recent fire and how the improvements will help to increase the overall services that are being offered.