Graffiti Fest 2022: A Three-Day Festival Dedicated to Discovering the Medieval & Historic Graffiti & Inscriptions in Worcestershire

Great news! We have now been joined by the Almonry Museum & the Evesham Abbey Trust who will also be hosting events over the weekend!

Part 1: ‘Medieval & Historic Graffiti in the Worcestershire Churches”

An Illustrated talk by Wayne Perkins

7th April 2022 @ 7.30pm

Hosted by: The Simon de Montfort Society

Church House (opposite All Saints Church)

Cost: Members £3 / £4 non-members

Details/registration: susancampbell1642@gmail.com

Part 2: ‘Historic Graffiti & Ritual Protection Marks in St James’s church, Badsey, Worcestershire’

An Illustrated talk by Wayne Perkins

8th April 2022 @ 7.30pm

Hosted by: The Badsey Society

St James’s Church, Main Street, Badsey

Cost: Members Free/ Nonmembers £2.50

Details: www.badseysociety.uk

Part 3a: ‘A Guided Tour of the Graffiti within Evesham Abbey’s former Precinct’

A Guided walk by Wayne Perkins

9th April 2022.

Hosted by; Simon de Montfort Society

Meet 10.30am for 11.00am, Orton Coffee Lounge, Market Square

Please bring a torch & discover your own graffiti!

Details/registration: susancampbell1642@gmail.com

Part 3b: ‘The Ruins of Evesham Abbey: Site Visit’

9th April 2022 @ 2.30pm

Hosted by: Evesham Abbey Trust. Meet: Abbey Gatehouse

Free but donations to the EAT welcome!

Please wear sturdy footwear as on-site conditions are subject to change!

Details: Barry Baldelli 01386 442910 www.eveshamabbey.org.uk

Part 3c: ‘Almonry Museum & Tourist Information Centre’

9th April 2022, Open 10am – 5pm

Abbey Gate, Evesham

Adults £5/Seniors & Students £3/ Children Free

The staff of the Almonry will be on hand to guide you to the graffiti recently discovered in the building

Details: tic@almonry.ndo.co.uk

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