Chance to Have Your Say

Residents have the chance to influence Malvern Hills District Council’s future priorities by taking part in a new survey. The Malvern Hills District Residents’ Survey gives people an opportunity to say what really matters to them and what they think of local services. Feedback will be used to help the council decide where to focus its resources as it updates its Five Year...

Free event to support new and existing Neighbourhood Watch schemes

Residents from acros s the Malvern Hills and Wychavon districts will have the chance to learn how to create a successful Neighbourhood Watch scheme for their community. The Neighbourhood Watch Together event will be held from 5pm to 8pm on 25 September at Leigh and Bransford Memorial Hall on Sherridge Road in Leigh Sinton. The drop-in market place event will be an opportunity...

Malvern Enviro Week photo competition returns for 2019

Malvern Hills residents are being challenged to capture the beauty of the district once again with the return of a popular photo competition. Malvern Hills District Council is asking amateur photographers to get snappy and share their best photos of the district’s environment. They can be anything from stunning landscapes and rich heritage to wildlife and people enjoying the...

Flag flown to mark Merchant Navy Day

Britain’s proud seafaring tradition has been honoured by Malvern Hills District Council. Today (Tuesday), Chairman Cllr Dean Clarke raised the Red Ensign flag above the Council House to mark Merchant Navy Day. Cllr Sarah Rouse, Leader of the Council, and Cllr Martin Allen, Armed Forces Member Champion, were also in attendance. The Red Ensign is the recognised flag of the...

Visitors urged to come see Malvern’s marvellous trees

Visitors to Malvern can now enjoy what has been hailed as the country’s ‘finest classical urban arboretum’ thanks to the launch of a series of new guides. Mike Goodfellow-Smith, founder of Malvern’s Marvellous Trees, and a band of dedicated volunteers have produced four new walks showcasing the town’s leafy promenades. The guides were produced with help from the Heritage Lottery...