Welcome to MalvernTrail

A chance to enjoy the natural and cultural delights of the countryside and towns on and around the Malvern Hills, easily accessible in the Heart of England and also in reach of Welsh border country.

MalvernTrail information pages should be mobile friendly, but there may still be some links to old website pages – please use the navigation bar or the back button if you hit these. Some of the photo albums are in the old style.

The events listings are for locals and visitors alike; news items appear here sporadically. See below for the latest. MalvernTrail welcomes suggestions for additions or amendments.

Old photo albums

Ones in updated format are in the main menu, under Malvern Hills.

News

New Malvern cycling festival meets new signed hills route

Just in time for the Malvern Festival of Cycling (Sunday 29th July), the first signposted mountain bike route on the Malvern Hills has been created.

The Malvern Hills Trust has been working closely with local riders on the Malverns by Mountain Bike project to encourage responsible riding on the hills and commons. There has also been input from Natural England and Worcestershire County Council.

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Go wild with new cycling guide for the Malverns

A new map and guide for cyclists (and walkers) who want to make the best of the Malvern Hills has been produced by the organisation which manages most of the land.

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Events

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SPARC Arts Festival

From hands-on workshops such as printmaking and stained glass to live performances from musicians such as Mister Keith and Flatworld and poets such as Brian Bilston and Carol Ann Duffy. All at St Peter’s Arts Church, North Malvern.

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It Was Only Rock ‘n’ Roll – But We Liked It

From the early 1960s, for a period of around 30 years, Malvern Winter Gardens rocked to the sounds of The Jam, The Kinks, The Who, Pink Floyd, Motorhead, Hawkwind and many more.

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