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The start of the year is a good time to advertise your business, shop or service to local people. Our February/March edition also covers Valentine's Day and Mother's Day. Get in touch or read more to find out how we can help you get your message out through advertising in one or more of our local magazines.
The time between Christmas and New Year can sometimes be a little bit boring. It can also be put to good use, like the time Colwall Orchard Group's members came up with an idea for a wassail. With only a fortnight to organise, it was such a success its now a fixed part of village life. Helen Stace from the Orchard Group tells us more.
Imagine for a moment you have to navigate your way around Malvern blindfolded. Would you still recognise the town? How would you deal with things like crossing the road? Next April, the local charity Sight Concern is holding Walk the Blindfold Mile Malvern.
Perhaps half your attention is on what you are doing right now, and the rest is worrying about something that may or may not happen in the future, or something that happened in the past that doesn't sit well with you. Kaspa tells us why it is good to pause and pay attention to the things that we don't usually notice.
Lizzy from Our Lizzy Cooking talks us through how to make a delicious Vegan dish for Christmas.
From its origins as a small group of runners, Malvern Joggers now has more than 200 members. They meet every week for evening runs and organise their own local events, as well as offering Couch to 5k courses for people wanting to start running. This friendly group caters for all abilities of runners and Paul Newman who is one of their members tells us more.