Events

Meetings take place at 7pm in the Science Centre, Malvern College, College Road, Malvern WR14 3DF and also virtually.

Future meetings are planned:

  • Wednesday 20th March 2024
  • Wednesday 8th May 2024
  • Watch out for a special event of Saturday 8th June (tickets to this special event will be available soon)
  • Wednesday 10th July 2024
  • Wednesday 11th September 2024
  • Wednesday 13th November 2024

To find the Science Centre see bottom of this page.

Refreshments will be available afterwards, new faces are always welcome. Admission is free for Members. We ask for a donation from non-members to help with society overheads. 

Please invite anyone else you feel might be interested – there is plenty of room


Details of Previous Meetings can be found here :


How to find The Science Centre

Please park in College Road and walk south (away from the town centre) turn left just past the main college building and then right. The science centre is ahead of you. There is a small amount of parking next to the building – please keep this free for those with limited mobility. The disabled entrance is to the left of the building; go up two floors in the lift.  See map below.

Map

Exhibitions:

5 Responses to Events

  1. Jenny says:

    Dear Sirs/Madam,
    I manage a community friendship group and wonder if you do private tours or talks.

    • Mike Burstow says:

      Dear Jenny,
      Thank you for your interest. We do run a number of events during the year including guided walks. These are usually run as part of Another programme broader such as The Malvern Walking Festival or the Malvern Midsummer. In 2022 we hope to run a special event celebrating the 80th anniversary of Scientists being evacuated to Malvern.
      I will email you separately.

  2. Mrs Caroline Green says:

    I have walked my dog around the edge of the Qinetiq (RSRE) for years. However over lockdown I have not walked that way for well over a year.
    I first realized the absolutely anlilation of the site. It’s all gone apart from a huge piece of blast proof concrete. Who is deciding to wipe out our past accomplishments. It’s a travesty.

    Look forward to your reply.
    Caroline Green

    • Ron Henry says:

      Hello Caroline,

      100% of ex-RSRE staff would agree with your sentiments!

      The events leading to the ‘travesty’ are now fairly historical. Circa 1990 the government of the day decided it would be cheaper to privatise the work done by its R&D establishments – RSRE being just one of its many. Via, first, the controlling hand of Defence Research Agency (DRA) followed by the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA) morphed into QinetiQ plc over a 10 year period. The company began trading in June 2001, its name then replacing DERA.

      QinetiQ is flourishing on the northern half of the old RSRE site, this being one of the company’s three major UK locations. We must hope that this continues, thus maintaining Malvern’s place as a leading centre of the country’s high-tech work.

      Ron Henry

  3. Brian danks says:

    I am interested in finding out any information about radar development at Malvern during ww2 as my father worked there from 1939 _ 1945 thank you. Brian Dan’s email address is joudanks@outlook.com

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