Links to other pages and web sites
Here are some other pages and sites those living in the Malvern Hills area might be interested in:-
Age UK Malvern and District (has office at Great Malvern station)
(has office on Engma Business Park, Malvern Link)
Facebook, see Malvern History Page below
Aims to conserve Malvern's heritage in conjunction with organising interesting talks, walks and social functions.
A small group concerned with the generation of ideas, relating to the commercial success of Malvern, which are then developed by others.
Community Action run by volunteers can help if you need transport, eg to hospital, and do not have other means. There is a charge but they are very helpful.
Malvern Hills GeoCentre (near the Wyche Cutting)
Mobility scooter hire available for the disabled and less able
Snippets of information about the Malvern Hills edited by former Conservator Ray Roberts
The Malvern Hills Trust was formerly known as the Malvern Hills Conservators
This link takes you to the 'malvernwaters.co.uk' website which contains an informative description of the springs and wells of the Malvern Hills, a list of books about the history of the area, and a section called Malverns Worldwide which lists a surprisingly large number other towns named Malvern around the world; the latter section can also be reached by typing 'mavernsworldwide.info' into your web browser.
On Facebook you will find a 'Malvern History Page' where many contributors have shared old photographs and stories about Malvern; an excellent resource.
This link takes you to the colourful official Tourist Guide for The Malverns which encompasses Malvern, Upton upon Severn and Tenbury Wells.
Malvern Town Council's neighbourhood plan.
Sight Concern has local groups which meet at Christchurch in Barnards Green, and Malvern Link URC.
The HIVE the new Worcester city and university library also housing the Worcester Records Office. It is built on the the old market site next to the bus station. Go cross bridge from level 1 or walk up ramp from Angel Place.
A community website for the residents of Wederburn Road Malvern, which contains a lot of interesting information about the history of this part of Malvern and memories of residents.
Charities and community support
The Malvern Hills foodbank provides emergency food parcels for people experiencing a temporary financial crisis, and who have been issued with a voucher by a referring agency. The new website explains how the foodbank works, and how you can help; it also includes a shopping list of the most needed items.
Malvern Hills Home-Start, a national charity offering help to isolated families and new parents. Local office contact details:-
Surgeries near Barnards Green:-
New Court Surgery, Prospect View
Malvern Health Centre, Prospect View
On the Dog Games website you can find information about training and harnesses for family pets that pull on the lead.
Kennels and Boarding
Remember to book boarding kennels well in advance as they are often full during peak holiday periods.
You have to pay, but Premium membership now includes access to the 1911 census, 1939 register and the National Probate Calendar.
Free access to ancestry.com can be had at Malvern library; you will need to reserve a computer
A useful resource but you have to pay; free access can be had at the British Library in London
UKBMD Links to Births, Marriages and Deaths
UKGDL Links to Genealogical Directories and Lists
UKMFH Links to Military Family History
The NHS page above includes a link to advice about how much water to drink to avoid dehydration.
Drinking plenty of water is said to be good for joints.
Suppliers of occupational therapy and healthcare aids for the elderly and disabled. Located in Spring Lane, Malvern Link.
Murrays, the chemist located next to the traffic lights in Malvern Link also stocks aids for the elderly.
Motoring and travel
Good road maps on the scale of 2.5 miles to 1 inch are becoming scarce, as many people are now relying on Satnav, but such maps are still obtainable from The Map Shop in Upton upon Severn.
The Internet based Freecycle network enables you to give away useful items free of charge as an alternative to throwing them in the bin. There is a Worcestershire group.
(glimpse of another Malvern on the far side of the world)
(choir has links with Worcester Cathedral)
A group of churches in Worcestershire, and beyond, support work in the Diocese of Masasi in Tanzania click to find out more.
Useful DIY advice about wiring your home phone extensions and broadband.
Water services - AG Pritchard
(based near Pershore)
Roofing repairs - AR Sneddon & Sons
(based at Cotheridge)
Tree surgeon - Tree Time Arboricultural Services
(based in Malvern Link)
Walks and walking groups
Friends of the Malvern Hills - no website at the moment
Drill down into the Malvern U3A pages for details of the U3A walking groups
Web site development
Photo at top: the Malvern Hills viewed from Guarlford
Last updated 15th September 2018