Saturday 6th July
9am 5km Fun Run Beverley Park 9am. There will also be a 100m dash for children which will start after the last runner of the 5km event has crossed the finish line. enter here
The Malden Community Farmers’ Market’s Summer Extravaganza High Street 9am-3pm - showcasing the best in local craft and produce from over 25 local traders. Come on down and get your hands on homemade pies, cakes, cordials, local honey, fruit and veg, gin, fish, as well as a plethora of local crafts. St James’ Summer Fete, 10.30am to 2pm: Celebrate Summer, enjoy a barbecue, tasty English and Korean foods, live music from Holt 45. Delicious home-made cakes and preserves, toys, books, plants, bric-a-brac. Games for all the family. Proceeds to support St James’ work in the community. Entry £1. Held at St James Church corner of Bodley and Malden Road, KT3 5QE. Buses 213,K1, 265”
2pm Grand Parade Sponsored by Pearson Hards Solicitors New Malden High Street 2pm. This is one of the busiest days of the year in our High Street and promises to pull in the crowds. The theme of this year’s parade is a Celebration of Screen Heros.
OrganFest19 Concert 7.30pm New Malden Methodist Church. Keith Hearnshaw (Concert Organist) opens our Organ Festival to celebrate the refurbishment of our three manual pipe organ with a programme of favourite, spectacular works including Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor. Close-ups on the big screen. Unreserved seats £8, Festival Subscription £20 available online from TicketSource or from the Church.
Sunday 7th July
Community Celebration service 10.30am. Methodist Church, New Malden High St.
A special service giving thanks for the life of the local community. This will be a special and fun occasion for people of all ages. We would like to invite as many representatives of any and all clubs and organisations and people from the community at large as possible. All are most welcome.
Wednesday 10th July
1.30-1.50pm Free Lunchtime Concert featuring the Suri Duo: Harp and Flute at The Space, New Malden United Reformed Church. The Suri Duo consists of harpist Catrin Meek and flautist Meera Maharaj.
Have a closet clear out and find treasures from other people's at the 'What the frock clothing swap' from 7-10 in Room 5 of the Malden Centre on Wednesday 10 July. £3 entrance, all profits go to Lennox Children's Cancer Fund. You can bring 10 items to swap, clothes can be dropped off from 5, swapping from 7. No kids clothes, no lingerie, no socks, no nightwear, no swimming costume, no bobbles, tears, stains or broken zips. Summer dresses, sandals and accessories welcomed.
The Mikado Presented by Malden Community Choir at Malden Methodist Church at 7.30 pm
The production will be semi-staged in full costume, and many of the principal singers will be familiar to those who have attended previous productions. Tickets are £10 from Malden Centre from June 17th, and include interval refreshments in the price.
Malden Camera Club’s Annual Exhibition (also Saturday)
9.30am - 4.30pm on Saturday New Malden Methodist Church
Our members will be sharing a selection of the work they are most happy with in both printed and projected forms. For those interested in photography, or considering taking it up, this provides a window into what club membership can offer to all levels of competence in a really friendly and nurturing environment.
Murder Most Malden - fundraising for The Lunchbowl Network. Are you a closet Poirot, Marple or Holmes? Come test your sleuthing skills at this quite unique event which was a huge success last year. Location is Christ Church New Malden. 7-10pm. Children 12 and over welcome. Tickets £5 and £10 for adults. Buy them from Suttles in the High Street, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 13th July.
9am-4pm Craft Fair New Malden High Street. Over 90 stalls will line both sides of the High Street. Come and enjoy this great day.
10am - 3pm Adult Education Exhibition - Malden Centre FREE entry! Plus try some crafts for FREE!
Exhibition of work from the Malden Centre Adult Education students and tutors. Paintings, Ceramics, Calligraphy, Floristry, Making Clothes, Quilting & Upholstery. Come and meet our tutors and students.
12noon - 2pm. Light Lunches served at the Methodist Church in the High Street
OrganFest19 Concert 7.30pm New Malden Methodist Church. Donald MacKenzie (The Odeon Leicester Square) continues our Organ Festival to celebrate the refurbishment of our three manual pipe organ with music by Eric Coates, Cole Porter, Percy Grainger. Close-ups on the big screen. Donald will accompany the silent film Call of the Cuckoo (1927) starring Laurel & Hardy. Unreserved seats £8, Festival Subscription £20 available online from TicketSource or from the Church.
Sunday July 14th
2.30pm-5pm Old Malden Heritage Walk (meet at pond edge of Plough Green). Join local historian Robin Gill (Village Voice) and tour guide Julian McCarthy on a fun informative but leisurely stroll, recounting the history of various parts of Old Malden history with photos maps and anecdotes. Numbers have to be limited to 20 per walk, so please call 020 8395 4490 and leave your name contact details and number of people in your party. Walks are free, but a collection will be made at the end of the walk on behalf of The Maldens And Coombe Heritage Society.
Thursday 18th July
Tom Kelley Memorial Slide Show 7.30pm until 10pm. The MEFAS centre (Rear of the Malden Centre, Cocks Crescent).
One of the most talked about features of the Malden Fortnight, for many years , was the evening slide show of old photographs accompanied by anecdotes presented by local historian Tom Kelley. In honour of the tradition set years ago by Tom, local history author, tour guide, and archivist for the Maldens and Coombe Heritage Society Julian McCarthy, once again presents the Tom Kelley Memorial Slide Show. There is no charge but a collection of behalf of MEFAS will be taken at the end of the evening. The show changes each year so will be fresh and new for all that come.
Sunday 21st July
Sports Club Open Day 10am to 4pm New Malden Sports Club, Somerset Close KT3 5RG There’s something for all the family and its FREE. Try tennis, squash, racketball, badminton, exercise classes or even a workout with our gym instructors. All our coaches will be on hand to help. Special offers for new members joining on the day.
New Malden Dog Show 1pm Blagdon Park (behind the Malden Centre). If you think that your dog is the greatest then come along to the Fun Dog Show. Entry is from 1 p.m. and judging starts at 2 p.m. There are ten classes at a £1 each including, dog with the waggiest tail, dog most like its owner, most appealing eyes and the best dog in fancy dress. You also have a chance to enter the owner and dog egg & spoon race, which is more difficult than you would expect! Dogs don’t need a pedigree, but they must be over 6 months old and be good with other dogs and people. Come along with or without your dog. It’s a great afternoon out for everyone and who knows, you may be taking home the cup to say that you own – The Best Dog in New Malden.
Heritage Walks See Sunday 14th for more information.
OrganFest19 Concert 3.00 pm New Malden Methodist Church. David Goode (Eton College) closes our Organ Festival to celebrate the refurbishment of our three manual pipe organ with a programme including Bach's Toccata, Adagio and Fugue and his virtuosic Concert Fantasy on themes by Gershwin. Close-ups on the big screen. Unreserved seats £8, Festival Subscription £20 available online from TicketSource or from the Church.