The Churches and Chapels of Malvern (a book review)
A historical and architectural introduction
by John Dixon
Following the publication of 'Dissenters All', by Rod Ellis telling the story of the non-conformist churches, chapels and meeting places of the Malverns, John Dixon has published what might be called a complementary booklet describing all of Malvern's places of worship, including some no longer used.
This marvellous and much needed little book contains photographs of the buildings and summarises their history and points of architectural interest.
The book will appeal not only to those interested in local history but also church goers generally.
About the author
John Dixon is a retired History teacher and deputy head. He has lived in Malvern for many years and has developed an interest in Malvern's churches and chapels through his involvement with Malvern Civic Society.
Details and where to purchase
The Churches and Chapels of Malvern
Copyright John Dixon
Published by Greyhound self Publishing 2012
Printed by Aspect Design, Malvern
Size A5, 50 pages
Available from The Lyttelton Well, Church Street, Great Malvern, The Malvern Book Co-operative, 2 St Ann's Road, and the Tourist Office at the top of Church Street
This article was first published in 2012
Last updated 9th November 2018