Residents' parking passes
Residents within the town of Malvern and the parishes of Colwall, Guarlford, Malvern Wells, Mathon and West Malvern who pay the levy to the Trust on their council tax bill, are entitled to an annual Concessionary Parking Pass at £5.00 each. This pass is valid from 1st April to 31st March.
Residents' (concessionary) Passes are available from our office at Manor House, or from the Malvern Tourist Information Centre on Church Street.
Please bring with you a form of identification such as driving licence, council tax bill, or other bill (dated within the last three months), along with your car registration number. Your registration number will be written on your pass and is not transferable between vehicles.
If you are changing your vehicle, please bring in your old parking pass and we will issue you with a new one for no charge.
Businesses within these areas, unfortunately do not qualify.
Malvern Tourist Information Centre
Annual Parking Passes
For those living outside of the areas listed above, we are pleased to offer an Annual Parking Pass valid for twelve months from the date of purchase at the cost of £35.00. A second pass for another car at the same address can be purchased for £12.50 for 12 months.
These can be purchased directly from our offices, or alternatively you can download our application form below and return it to us with your payment and a stamped address envelope.
Payment can now be made by card over the phone.
Annual car park pass application form (Word doc.)
Please be aware that failure to pay and display a valid ticket could result in a parking charge. The standard parking charge is £40.00 (reduced to £20.00 if paid within 7 days of receipt). Our car parks are regularly patrolled by our wardens every day except Christmas Day.
Designated Coach Parking can be found at British Camp only. The coach parking bays are subject to pay and display and coach drivers need to purchase three tickets (£12.00 per day) from the meter opposite.
The Malvern Hills Trust accepts no responsibility for the loss or damage to vehicles parked in their car parks or the contents thereof. Visitors are urged to ensure their vehicles are left secure and that no valuables are left in their vehicles.