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New mountain biking route signposted on Malvern Hills

Tuesday 16 October 2018

A new signposted cycling trail around the Malvern Hills is ready to be explored by mountain bike. This trail is the second of three waymarked cycling trails to be provided by the Malvern Hills Trust around the Malvern Hills.  Cycling visitors who wi…

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New opportunities to remember loved ones and support care of Malvern Hills

Wednesday 10 October 2018

A number of new donation schemes on the Malvern Hills and Commons have been launched. These new opportunities are for people wishing to help support the work of the Malvern Hills Trust or to remember or celebrate loved ones in this amazing landscape…

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Volunteers needed to help conserve graylings

Thursday 04 October 2018

As winter approaches the search is on for volunteers to help conserve the rare grayling butterfly. The West Midlands branch of the national charity Butterfly Conservation are looking for volunteers to help clear vegetation on the Malvern Hills.  A s…

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Varied topics discussed at Malvern Hills Conference

Tuesday 25 September 2018

We're coming to the end of our walks and talks on the Malvern Hills but there's still a chance to discover more about this iconic landscape. On the 3rd of November, the Voice of the Malvern Hills Conference will be held at St Andrews Church.  With a…

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Join our Field Staff team - Vacancy

Friday 21 September 2018

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Field Staff team in one of Britain’s most iconic landscapes.  The successful candidate will carry out a wide range of practical tasks involved in managing the Malvern Hills and Commons. This post is a p…

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What's happening to our horse chestnuts?

Wednesday 19 September 2018

You may have noticed that some of the Horse Chestnut trees around Malvern went brown very early this year.  This is due to a pest called the Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner. The larvae of the moth Cameraria ohridella mine within the leaf of the tree and c…

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Sheep die after dog attack

Monday 17 September 2018

More sheep die after dog attack on the Malvern Hills this weekend. On Sunday, around noon, sheep were chased from Broad Down, near to British Camp, and one was attacked. At around 11:30am today a second sheep was found and has had to be put down du…

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Helping hand for heritage

Friday 14 September 2018

From the ancient monument of British Camp, to the Victorian carriage drives, to the renovated springs and spouts, this Malvern Hills landscape is filled with heritage and history. Part of this story includes the establishment of the Malvern Hills Co…

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Making homes for wildlife

Thursday 13 September 2018

The Malvern Hills are bursting with wildlife from bats to butterflies, adders to ancient trees.  The conservation of habitats that provide homes for wildlife are supported by public donations and legacies, including the management of ancient and vet…

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Making a difference

Wednesday 12 September 2018

A large section of the Hills has been opened up to disabled visitors on the Malvern Hills, all thanks to a legacy. For the first time, the Disabled Ramblers were able to complete a loop of North Hill to see the views and visit parts of the Hills tha…

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