Vegan 3 Counties


Welcome to our group’s vegan guide to
Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire

Diary dates

  • Thursday 30th October 2.30pm to 4.30pm
    Help for Hounds at Halloween
    A fundraising afternoon with a Halloween inspired theme.
    There will be a selection of spooky sweet treats on sale for you to sample or take away. These will include Our Lizzy’s Sweet Pumpkin Pie, Spiced Apple Cake and Red Velvet Cake. Cupcake Jo’s devilish cupcakes will be on sale along with her amazing Wonky Wick’s - handmade vegan candles. All proceeds to Worcestershire Animal Rescue Shelter in Malvern, and the Greek Animal Rescue.
    There will also be a stall with cakes and jewellery fundraising for Romania Rescue.
    Admission is £3, which includes unlimited tea and coffee.
    Please let Lizzy know if you can make it, and also for location details

  • Saturday 1st November 2014 10am to 3pm
    World Vegan Day Event in Malvern
    Held in the downstairs rooms at The Lyttelton Well, Church Street, Malvern WR14 2AY
    Vegan information stalls, food samples, a selection of stalls including Lakeside Ethical Treats sweet shop.
    Free admission

Last Sunday of each month at St Ann’s Well in Malvern, 12pm until 2pm. No booking necessary - just turn up. Partners, kids, dogs, welcome too! We aim to have a couple of people at each meet up who can look out for and meet new people. Ask at the counter if you can’t find us.

St Ann’s Dates (2014):


St Anns map

By train...

Great Malvern Station is ½ mile down the hill from Great Malvern, so you need to head up hill into the town, which will take you up Church Street, shown on the map. Turn left at the top of Church Street and look out for The Mount Pleasant Hotel. With the hotel grounds on your right and the public gardens on your left, you will see the start of the “99 steps” between the two – these take you up to the zig-zag path that takes you up to St Ann’s Well (signposted).

By car...

Go up St Ann’s Road (between The Unicorn pub and the zebra crossing in the town centre). This is a narrow and steep road but once you go around the corner find a parking space – continue along to Foley Terrace if necessary. Once parked, look out for the zig-zag path that takes you up to St Ann’s Well (signposted).

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