Our top 5 Malvern landmarks for March 2019:
The Hills! Spectacular scenery from Beacon View, the rugged North Hill and the cobbled British Camp.
Malvern Theatre and park! The park is beautifully kept with a small paddling of ducks it’s also worth a look at the Flow Clock on the 2nd floor of the theatre.
The Wells! Scattered around the Malvern area is a collection of wells which draw spring water directly from the hills, Furthermore, during May the wells are traditionally dressed and decorated.
Rose Bank and The Priory! Nestled in Church Street, Great Malvern, The Priory is an ancient landmark which has stood since 1085. Rosebank Gardens are situated further up the hill overlooking the Priory bell tower. The Gardens are beautiful when in flower, they also house two magnificent sculptures created by Walenty Pytel for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Morgan Motors! The Morgan motor factory host guided tours of their showrooms and work stations, the factory has been in Malvern since 1910.