Malvern Hills

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Malvern Hills,

range of hills, c.9 mi (14.5 km) long, W central England, in Herefordshire and Worcestershire. The highest points are the Worcester Beacon (1,395 ft/425 m) and the Hereford Beacon (1,114 ft/340 m); on the latter was an ancient British camp.
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NOT long now before it reaches its 30th anniversary, the Autumn in Malvern Festival continues to bring a wealth of artistic activity to this picturesque corner of Worcestershire every year, and is, by a long chalk, the longest continuous professional arts festival held in the town.
Peter Smith, its founder and artistic director, was born in Great Malvern, and in his younger years was an active participant in musical ventures both in the area and into Birmingham, where he was an extramural student at the Birmingham School of Music.
We found the Elgar Trail, which has its own distinctive signposts, difficult to follow in places, so that we covered even more of the Malverns than intended, back-tracking and retracing our steps in efforts to recover the scent.
BASK in the peaceful, pastoral landscapes of the Malvern Hills, or relax in their spa waters, and you seem far away from the boisterous scenes which typify the Last Night of the Proms, or a triumphant rugby crowd.
And where early occupants of the building once shivered in wet sheets, one can now wallow in a hot whirlpool, studying the eastern slopes of the Malverns from a strategically placed telescope - not included in the sale.
Could Great Malvern become an inland equivalent of Cornwall's St Ives, England's most beautiful seaside town famous as a haven for artists?
Malvern water's royal connections go back 600 years when Elizabeth 1 was introduced to it.
org The Great Malvern Food Festival, Great Malvern Priory Church, Malvern and Food Walk, Malvern.
During the 19th century Malvern developed rapidly from a village to a sprawling town due to its popularity as a hydrotherapy spa based on its spring waters.
Malvern Instruments has launched a new e-Learning course for users of its Mastersizer 2000 laser diffraction-based particle size analyzer, a system that is widely regarded as the benchmark in many applications from bulk powders to pharmaceutical actives.