Fine for failing to tackle anti-social behaviour

A landowner who failed to take action to prevent an abandoned caravan being used to support drug taking and other anti-social activities on his site has been ordered to pay more than £1,600 in fines and court costs.Malvern Hills District Council has also been granted permission to remove and destroy the caravan and secure an abandoned building on t...
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The weight of 9,600 Lions saved from household bins

The amount of waste thrown away by households across Malvern Hills District has fallen by more than 1,680 tonnes since the introduction of Alternate Weekly Collections (AWC).AWC was launched in April and saw collections switched to waste being picked up one week and recycling the next on a rotating basis.Between April and November this year househo...
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Become a ‘new you’ this new year with the return of Couch to 5k

 Malvern Hills residents are being encouraged to get active after the festive season by taking part in 'Couch to 5k' in the new year.The fun and informal running group is aimed at complete beginners of all ages and will be returning to the district at a number of different locations from January.The courses will run from:Thursday 10 January 20...
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Budding politicians from Malvern St James visit the Council

A group of budding politicians from Malvern St James Girls' School paid a visit to the Council House last week to share their ideas for the future.The 11 year nine students attended a full council meeting held on Tuesday 4 December where they met with councillors and presented their own political party manifestos. The pupils Alexandra, Cecelia, Chl...
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