Walking Netball comes to Malvern

Freedom Leisure is working together with England Netball to bring a series of Walking Netball sessions to Malvern. The £3 classes take place every Saturday at 10am-11am and are being held at the Sport Dyson Perrins sports hall. Walking Netball is a slower version of the ever popular game and has been designed to suit all ages and fitness levels. The sport is perfect for anyone...

Malvern’s heritage celebrated with Well Dressing and Water Festival

Malvern’s rich heritage is set to be celebrated with the return of the inspiring Malvern Well Dressing and Water Festival in May. The annual free festival celebrates Malvern’s history, from its iconic spring water and Victorian Water Cure to the area’s ancient Pagan traditions. Up to 60 wells, springs and spouts will be decorated with imaginative designs based on the theme...

Have a waste free Easter

Residents in Malvern Hills District are being offered handy hints to help them crack down on their waste over the Easter period.  Across the UK it is estimated more than 8,000 tonnes of waste is generated from Easter egg packaging and cards, while food waste also rises as families sit down for Easter Sunday lunch together. Much of the waste generated can be recycled but residents...

Nominations now open for Malvern Hills District Community Sports Awards

Some of the district’s most dedicated sports men and women will come together to celebrate their achievements when the Malvern Hills District Community Sports Awards returns for another year. The event, which is organised in association with Freedom Leisure, will return for its ninth year to recognise the hard work of coaches, clubs, volunteers and sporting stars. Nominations are...

Uncontested elections in some areas

Residents in some parts of Malvern Hills District will not need to vote due a lack of candidates standing for election in their area. There are three wards in Malvern Hills District – Tenbury, Teme Valley and Woodbury -  where elections won’t take place because the number of people standing is the same as the number of seats available. Instead the four candidates in those wards...