New Walking for Health group has heaps to offer

15 February 2017. Residents are being encouraged to put their best foot forward and join a free Walking for Health group, located in the breath-taking grounds of The National Trust’s historic Croome . The first walk is all set to take place on Monday 27 February, 10.15am at Croome Park. Walks will then continue on the last Monday of every month. The new group is...

Farmers market in Malvern

The best of local produce from the Malvern Hills District will be on sale again when the farmers’ market returns to Malvern.   The regular market, supported by Malvern Hills District Council will be open from 9am until 2pm along Abbey Road, Malvern on Saturday 18 February.   Stalls will be selling an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables, meat and fish, bread,...

Views sought on future of parking

Views are being sought on the future of parking across the district. Malvern Hills District Council is developing a new five year strategy, to cover both on and off street parking, to replace the current one that expires this year. Residents, businesses and other organisations are being invited to have their say as part of a four week consultation which runs until Monday, March...

Jobs fair returns to Malvern

6 February 2017. The first jobs fair of 2017 will soon be returning to Malvern offering a variety of jobs across a whole range of sectors. The event, supported by Jobcentre Plus, Worcestershire County Council and Malvern Hills District Council, will take place at Malvern Library on Wednesday 15 February from 12pm until 3pm, and is free to attend. The Malvern Jobs Fair will be...

Infrastructure levy for south Worcestershire gets official backing

The official report into a system for funding some of the infrastructure required under the South Worcestershire Development Plan (SWDP) has been published today.   A public examination of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) proposals for south Worcestershire was carried out last year by the Government’s Planning Inspectorate. The CIL scheme was drawn up in line with...