Help shape the future of tourism in The Malverns

Businesses are being asked to help shape the future of tourism across the Malvern Hills district. Malvern Hills District Council is developing a new Visitor Economy Action Plan to support tourism across the district up until 2025 and is asking businesses to take part in a survey. The survey will ask questions about the issues businesses are facing, what is important and how the...

FEAST offers four days of extraordinary theatre in Great Malvern

FEAST will return to Great Malvern next month offering four days of extraordinary theatre and experiences. Held from 14 to 17 November, the ‘Festival of Equality in Arts and Society through Theatre’ aims to challenge, move and inspire audiences.   Now in its fourth year, the festival offers the best of regional and national contemporary theatre based at Malvern Cube in Great...

Malvern EnviroWeek 2019 offered a packed programme of events

A number of walks, talks and workshops were held last week as part of Malvern EnviroWeek 2019 to promote the importance of being kinder to the planet. Held from 14 to 20 October, the week was the second of its kind and offered a number of events and activities to the public. The first ever Greener Living Fair was held on Saturday 19 October in Great Malvern Priory which saw...

Intrepid councillors take on mystery trek challenge for charity

Two intrepid Malvern Hills councillors will be racing against the clock to trek their way back to Malvern from a mystery location as part of a charity challenge. Starting on Friday (25 October), the 48-hour ‘Drop the Councillors’ challenge will see Cllr Natalie McVey and Cllr Daniel Walton blindfolded and taken to an unknown destination in the UK. They will be challenged with...

Are you recycling the right thing?

Residents are being urged to ensure they put the right thing in the right bin to help reduce the amount of recycling which ends up being lost due to contamination. Every year, about ten per cent of the content of Malvern Hills District’s green bins, has to be sent for incineration instead of being turned into new products. This is because it either contains too many...