The Little Malvern Priory experience
The Priory stands at the foot of the magnificent Malvern Hills, near British Camp. Every year it is visited by a wide range of people. These include cyclists and walkers on the Malvern Hills, tourists, people moving to Malvern and those interested in church architecture, church history, local history and church organs. Others are people associated with churches in Malvern or along the Benedictine Way and those intrigued by the connection with William Langland’s Piers Plowman. The Priory – at WR14 4JN – is open every day during most daylight hours.
The visitors book in the porch provides abundant evidence of the positive experience of many who have spent time in the church. ‘Peaceful’, ‘beautiful’ and ‘welcoming’ are among the words most frequently used. Here are just a few extracts: