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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Nearby is Malvern itself, a thriving spa town positioned in the shadows of the celebrated and beautiful Malvern Hills.
Oswestry (below) the Malvern Hills and the Derbyshire Dales had the greatest number of business start-ups in 2006, compared to 2005.
John, 75, an ex-sales manager, moved to Upper Colwall in the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire.
Malvern hills district council (the council) is inviting tenders from potential consultants on behalf of the south worcestershire councils (malvern hills district council, worcester city council and wychavon district council) for the provision of sustainability appraisal for the south worcestershire development plan review.
Led by managing director, Peter O'Brien, the 25-strong team hiked across the Malvern Hills raising just over PS6,500 for the charity Help for Heroes.
BLACK Country eccentric Lew Foley - the man who kept a pride of lions at his Cradley Heath home - unleashed the beasts on the Malvern Hills, a close friend claims.
uk/campsites/uk/westmidlands/halesowen/clenthills Blackmore, No 2 Hanley Swan, Worcestershire WITH stunning views across to the Malvern Hills, Blackmore offers clean, modern toilet blocks, the excellent on site facilities include a recreation room with pool table, dog walk and children's play area.
The town itself was founded in the 11th century when Benedictine monks established a priory at the foot of the highest peak of Malvern Hills.
COCA-COLA wants to up production of its Malvern Water mineral brand - but to do so will suck the Malvern Hills dry, say environmentalists.