THE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP OPERATES THE MALVERN WATERS AND MALVERNS WORLDWIDE WEB SITE ON BEHALF OF THE FRIENDS OF MALVERN SPRINGS AND WELLS. THIS INCLUDES A SEARCHABLE DATABASE OF THINGS TO DO AND SEE. CONSTANTLY UNDER FURTHER CONSTRUCTION YOU CAN VIEW THE SITE BY CLICKING ON THE LOGO ABOVE.
Says Dr Bruce E Osborne, Chairman of the Research Fellowship, "We have launched this web site as an exciting new way of exploring one of your favourite landscapes". Click the logo above to explore the heritage of great Malvern and the Malvern Hills.
CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO DISCOVER MORE DETAILS ABOUT BRITISH NATIONAL PARKS AND THE MALVERN HILLS.
Geographical Location - West Midlands Population - 29,000 Date of Designation Confirmation - - Although not named a National Park, the Malvern Hills could arguably be called Britain's first National Park being established with its own statutory administrative body and countryside protection initially under an Act of Paliament of 1884 with subsequent amendments. Administered by - Malvern Hills Conservators now called the Malvern Hills Trust. Area - 12 square kilometres