The Great Malvern hills are bustling with chirps and flights of wildlife, the hills are carefully managed and preserved by Malvern Hills Trust. Let your imagination go wild, and explore the Malvern Hills of outstanding beauty. There’s also been a wonderful book put together by a mix of volunteers ranging from photographers, writers, editors and much more. This has been a great effort by over 100 volunteers to help and educate naturalists all over the world.
To get a copy of ‘The nature of the Malverns’ you can pick one up from Malvern Book Cooperative, Malvern Tourist Information Centre, Ledbury Books and Maps or Three Counties bookshop or online here.
Tying the timelines
The newly open Elizabeth line offers new and great opportunities for commuters in and out of London, this operates in 3 parts of the rail, East, West and through central London. The Jubilee line was the ‘newest of the tube lines prior to the Elizabeth line which was opened in 1979′. Whilst parts have still yet to fully open, by 2023, the separated sections of Elizabeth Line will be fully connected.
This perfectly ties in as it is named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II who will be the first Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service in a few days. The most royal Pantone purple 266c is used for branding, the coloured theme for the Jubilee is also beautifully similar. Celebrate the traditional British way with the prettiest and scrumptious Afternoon Tea overlooking the Malvern Priory in the Priory View Lounge Bar.
Every guest is welcome
Here at The Abbey, we understand that every guest has different needs and requirements during their stay. We are committed to ensuring our facilities are accessible for all and aim to provide as much information about our accessible facilities as possible. You can find our accessibility guide here with more information about location, travel and much more for the ease of your stay.
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