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Notice of Annual Meeting of Levy Payers

Tuesday 06 August 2019

Notice has been given for the Annual Meeting of Levy Payers of the Malvern Hills Trust.It is at this meeting that the Accounts for the year ending 31st March 2019 are examined and signed off and the Auditors for the year ending the 31st March 2020 ar…

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Sheep dead after dog attack

Tuesday 23 July 2019

A sheep has been killed and another injured by dogs on the Malvern Hills this weekend. On Saturday, a sheep was chased off the Hills and over the West Malvern Road suffering bite injuries to its legs and tail.  The following day, a sheep attacked by…

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Card and contactless payments coming to the Malvern Hills

Monday 22 July 2019

Update: Due to circumstances beyond our control, the installation of the new machines has been delayed.  We hope to begin the install the week beginning 29th July.  Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Drivers will soon be able to make card and c…

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Stuck lorry causes path closure

Friday 12 July 2019

Update 13:50 - The vehicle has been removed and the path is fully open. A section of the Lady Howard De Walden Drive on North Hill is closed today by a stranded vehicle. A lorry is stuck on a section of path between the Greenfield Path (zig zag) an…

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Consultation launched on PSPO for Gullet Quarry

Wednesday 10 July 2019

A consultation has been launched on plans to make it an offence for people to swim in Gullet Quarry as part of efforts to save lives. Under the proposed Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) police would be given the power to issue £100 Fixed Penalty…

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Altogether for archaeology

Thursday 27 June 2019

Archaeological repairs have been completed on the 2000 year old monument of British Camp.  Delicate work has been carried out to block and stabilise a large scar on the upper slopes of the hillfort and to stop further erosion of the distinctive banks…

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Pond bursts into life

Thursday 20 June 2019

A pond on Malvern Common has burst into life following a restoration project over the winter. Huge clouds of tadpoles have been spotted in the pond near to Longridge Road after the Malvern Hills Trust carried out the work. Ponds are a beautiful, a …

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Mountain biking survey

Tuesday 18 June 2019

Are you a keen mountain biker or a new cycling visitor to the Malvern Hills? We're looking for riders to complete our cycling survey to help us find out more about visitors on two wheels, identify some of the issues and discover how we could help im…

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Orchid extravaganza

Friday 14 June 2019

Orchids and other wonderful haymeadow flowers are in bloom on Malvern Common. This diversity is a result of the care we've taken to manage this grassland over many years. Our hard work has been recognised by Natural England through their designation…

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Trees for climate change

Wednesday 12 June 2019

Today the Government has announced its decision to set a net zero emissions target by 2050, in line with recommendations by the Committee on Climate Change. On the Malvern Hills, the Trust’s woodland creation, through both tree planting and encourag…

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