Reasons to visit Malvern
13th October 2009
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2009 is Morgan Motor Company's centenary year. It is not to late to take a Factory guided tour and enjoythe factory experience. Tours take about an hour and a half. Guided tours cost £10 and are restricted to 15 in a group. Up to 9 tours take place daily. The tours are from 9.00am to 12.00pm and 1.00pm to 2.30pm Monday to Thursday and 9.00am to 12.00noon on Fridays. Tours must be pre-booked with the visitor centre receptionist. have a great day!

The National Trust property at Croome Park near Malvern has been restored to it's former glory. It was Capability' Brown's first complete landscape paek with a Lakeside garden with islands, bridges and a grotto. There are the wonderful Robert Adam park buildings, such as the Temple Greenhouse and the Park Sea. Restored 1940s RAF buildings house new visitor facilities. and of course there are miles of walks through the lakeland buildings. The interior of the house, closed for so long, are now open.


The Malvern Hills are alive with music! Thgis is Elgar country and it doesn't take much imagination to understand where he got his inspiration from. The Malvern Hills and commons are very popular with walkers and the only time they have been closed was during the foot and mouth outbreak in 2002. Because you can walk anywhere there are not the usual regiment of signs and waymarks although the Victorians gave us many constructed paths that make walking the Malvern Hills such a delight. Don't forget to bring a camera.

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John C

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Dedicated to building TBO Malvern but I still like to find time to play golf, usually on a Friday afternoon.Decorating and gardening is best left to the lovely Mrs Cook!

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