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    Festival finale fails to be dampened by rain

    The 2014 Pershore Plum Festival finished with the Fayre Day on Bank Holiday Monday, and despite torrential weather, spirts were kept high. With more activities and events than ever before, we hope that all visitors throughout the month had a very enjoyable time on their visit to Pershore and associated events. It was humbling to […]

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    Pershore Plum Pickers Film

    This short film shows the history of Pershore Plum Pickers during WW1 done by Pershore High School Students, produced by Lisa Kimberley and Ade Holbrook, and funded by Wychavon District Council. The presentation is about Plum Pickers, Fruit Growers, War, Loss & Remembrance in the Pershore area. Although much is known about the horticulture of plums we were interested […]

  • Sponsors 2014

    Thanks to our sponsors

    With the pinnacle event of the 2014 festival just around the corner, the Plum Festival committee would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our very generous sponsors for their support, which without, would mean the festival could not take place in it’s current capacity. We are very grateful to see so many […]

  • 2014 Festival Launch

    We now declare the Plum Festival, open!

    Crowds gathered on Saturday 2 August to witness the official start of the 2014 Pershore Plum Festival, despite weather conditions being more suited to plum growing, than plum celebrating! Special guest Henry Sandon officially declared the festival open, following acknowledgments from The Chairman of Wychavon District Council and the Mayor of Pershore Town Council. A […]

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    2014 Plum Princess is crowned!

    The sun shone on a plethora of potential purple princesses at the Plum Princess Garden Party at the Angel Hotel on Sunday, where the 2014 Plum Princess and her attendants were crowned.   A fun afternoon was had by all, with entertainment provided by Pershore Brass and Grannys’ Attic, as well as face painting, balloon modelling […]

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    Keep up to date through social media

    For all the latest news and information about the Pershore Plum Festival and plans for 2014’s event, keep checking the social media platforms that the Festival is on. Please be-freind on Facebook, follow on Twitter, view us on Youtube, follow on Instagram and rekindle memories on Flickr. Of course, when we have information you can […]

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    Plum Festival wins Best Festival Award

    On Thursday 24 October, the Pershore Plum Festival was crowned the winner of the Worcestershire Welcome Awards in the ‘Best Festival & Event’ category at the annual Worcestershire Tourism Conference, held this year at Stanbrook Abbey. Beating competition from the Upton Blues Festival (highly commended) and the Malvern Festival of Innovation (commended); the Plum Festival wowed […]

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Triple Award Winning Festival

The Pershore Plum Festival has recently become the winner of the 2013 Worcestershire Awards for Excellence within the Best Festivals and Event category. This means a successive hat-trick of awards in what are aimed to celebrate the best that Worcestershire has to offer across the tourism industry. Together with the previous award given to the […]

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Pershore: Visit & Stay

The Pershore Plum Festival is held in an around the riverside town of Pershore in Worcestershire. Pershore is an unspoiled, picturesque Market Town, famed for its elegant Georgian architecture and magnificent Abbey. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and picturesque villages and is a haven for cyclists and ramblers. Pershore is renowned for its independent […]

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Social Media

Although the origins of the Pershore Plum Festival started over 90 years ago, the current form has certainly kept up with modern trends! In light of the .com boom, the Festival appears in all aspects of electronic cyberspace. Facebook For a comprehensive overview of the Festival including favourite images, add us as a friend on […]

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Take home a piece of the festival. Despite the 2012 Pershore Plum Festival coming to its conclusion, you can still purchase a piece of memorabilia to help you remember your visit. Be sure not to miss out on the beautiful 2012 porcelain mug celebrating the Yellow Egg Plum – with Olympic and Diamond Jubilee commemoration. […]