The Hills and Commons are grazed all year round.  If you're out walking with your dog or would prefer to avoid the temporary fences, then please see the information below on where cattle and sheep can be found.

Livestock can be found in the following locations:

Northern Hills
Sheep off the Hills for lambing.  Cattle on Summerhill.
Central Hills
Sheep off the Hills for lambing.  Cattle on the west of Perseverance Hill.
Southern Hills
Sheep off the Southern Hills for lambing.
Castlemorton and Hollybed Commons
Sheep (with lambs) and cattle throughout.

Map of grazing compartments (PDF)

You can sign up to receive weekly updates to your email inbox here (coming soon).  Stockwatch is also published in the Malvern Gazette every Friday.

Please note that the information in Stockwatch guides people as to where they will find the livestock under the Trust's grazing schemes.

However, the Malvern Hills and Commons are registered Common Land. This means certain local people have legal rights to put livestock onto the land to graze without notice. Members of the public should therefore be ready to encounter livestock anywhere and at anytime.

Find out more about Common Land - Foundation for Common Land 

To report a livestock related incident please call 01684 892002 or to report chasing call 101 (non-urgent Police number).