Looking forward to May? Here are some events happening around Worcestershire which the whole family can enjoy, showcasing the best of our local areas.
Celebrate Worcestershire local produce at the Make It Worcestershire Food Fair. Meet your favourite makers, try some of the best local produce and learn the tricks of the trade at this family-friendly event.
Alcohol, as well as teas and coffees, will be available on site.
Opens 10:30 am at Bells Farm Shop.
Do you have any train enthusiasts in your family? GWSR is hosting a Diesel Enthusiast Day where train lovers can book their own socially distanced table or cubical to enjoy an 84 mile round trip through the countryside. Be sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment and remember to stretch your legs at the Broadway Café which will be open between 11am and 3pm.
From 17th May
Having reopened in April, West Midlands Safari park will begin welcoming back visitors to their daily animal talks and shows, VR ride and Dr. Umboto’s Catacombs as of 17th May. Enjoy the full wildlife experience by booking your tickets in advance.
22nd - 23rd May
Step back into the 5th century at Evesham’s annual free May Medieval Market Weekend. Perfect for the whole family, visitors can enjoy weapon demos, music, arts and crafts tents and food carts. All funds go towards running the Battle of Evesham Festival - England's Largest Annual c13th Battle Re-enactment.
28th – 31st May
Have you missed that festival feeling? Taking place at Severn End Country Estate, the Mello Festival is the perfect chilled out fest that combines fantastic music with breathtaking views of the Malvern Hills.