Malvern Autumn Show

Malvern Autumn Show returns for an extended 3-day weekend again this year. It was a great success last year and wonderful to make our return to the showground after the long break due to the Covid pandemic.
The Herefordshire Guild of Craftsmen, joined by Cotswold Craftsmen and the Worcester Guild of Contemporary Craft, will transform Bay 2 of the vast Wye Hall into a ‘village’ showcasing the very best handcrafted work in the country.

There will be plenty of home-grown family fun, with a more spacious Covid-safe layout. You can browse top exhibits in the RHS Flower Show and purchase quality plants from these award-winning nurseries. Malvern Autumn Show is a show for all the family and throws open its gates to welcome toddlers to teenagers and big kids too.

The UK National Giant Vegetable Championship promises to return bigger and better than ever before with a broad variety of oversized vegetables. Nostalgia and retro fans can discover hidden gems in the Vintage Village with an array of eclectic finds.

We will be exhibiting in a Covid-safe environment with sanitisation stations across the showground and plenty of space and ventilation within the Wye Hall for you to browse, meet our makers and buy safely.

It’s a popular show with our members so most will be there:-

Megan Arnold – Fine jewellery, patchwork and quilting
Emma Baker-Jones – Leatherworker
Sue Bee – fine beadwork
Sarah Billingham – Ceramic artist
Claire Billingsley – Ceramic artist
Christian Birch – Linocut printmaker
Chris Burns – Hand painted china and art
Karie-Ann Cooper – portrait artist
Cheryl Cracknell – Feltmaker
Anna Cumming – Artist
Kim Davis – Woodturner
Martyn Gardiner – Furniture maker
Ken Gilbert – Ornamental turned wood
Bernadette Erskine-Hornyold – Tapestry and Velvet bags
Liz Huppert – Stained glass artist
Jake Keogh – Craftsman in Wood
Jo McCulloch – Woolen and felted textiles
Becci Meakins and Rich Hamblin – Fused, slumped and stained-glass artists
Carolyn Morgan – Stained glass artist
Rachel Padley – Ceramic artist
Sarah Pinnell – Fretwork
David Powell – Metal tree sculptures
Bill Rolls – Ceramic artist
Samuel Souter – Woodwork
Neil Spalding – Ceramic artist
Ian Storey – Cabinet maker and woodturner
Grahame Tucker – Wood sculpture
Martin Urmston – Craftsman in wood
Janis Waldron – Silver and pearl jewellery, miniature bears

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