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Still time to have your say on Land Management

Thursday 06 August 2020

Thank you to everyone who has sent in their comments so far on our Land Management Plan. There's still time to have your say by completing our short consultation questionnaire.  Please download and save one of these documents to your computer, enter …

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Access improvements to begin in local woodland

Wednesday 05 August 2020

Public access in a local woodland is to be improved following a successful grant application. We have received £40,955 from Malvern Hills District Council to improve access in the Community Woodland at Townsend Way. The funding is from Section 106 m…

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Sheep put down after being attacked by dog

Monday 03 August 2020

A sheep has been put down after being attacked by a dog on the Malvern Hills. The incident happened on Monday 27th July near to West of England car park where a lamb had left the grazing compartment.  The lamb suffered severe injuries and was immedi…

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Leave the BBQs at home

Friday 31 July 2020

With warmer weather expected over the coming weeks we're urging people to leave the BBQ's at home this summer.Following weeks of dry weather, much for the vegetation on the Hills and Commons has dried out increasing the risk of wildfires starting and…

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Have your say on managing the Malvern Hills and commons

Tuesday 14 July 2020

In 2015 we widely consulted on a new Land Management Plan that covered the 5-year period; April 2016-March 2021.  This plan is coming to an end soon and work is underway on an updated plan for April 2021-March 2026. To help inform this work, Malvern…

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Buzzing about bees

Friday 10 July 2020

The Malvern Hills Trust is encouraging people to discover more about bees after their bee walk this weekend was cancelled due to the Covid-19 outbreak. A guided walk with local expert Richard Comont to identify and learn more about bees was due to b…

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Tree safety work to begin in response to ash dieback

Wednesday 08 July 2020

Tree safety work is to take place in and around the Malvern Hills and Commons. A small number of trees near to highways and properties have been identified by the Malvern Hills Trust to be felled following infection from ash dieback disease. Jonath…

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MHT office reopens with reduced hours

Tuesday 07 July 2020

The Trust's office will reopen with reduced hours from today. Due to the on-going situation with Covid-19, our offices will be open to the public at reduced hours for the sale of car park passes only for those that are not able to access the online …

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Join us in celebrating our magnificent meadows

Friday 03 July 2020

Join in with the celebrations on National Meadows Day by visiting your local meadow. On Saturday 4th July, people across the country will be recognising the importance of meadows, some of the UK’s most flower-rich habitats. To encourage people to t…

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New Sheep Safe course announced

Monday 29 June 2020

The date for the next Sheep Safe dog training course has been announced. Classes will begin on Sunday 9th August for those looking for training and advice on how to encourage their dog to ignore livestock.  The 6 sessions will be help each Sunday af…

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