Malvern


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Malvern

(ˈmɔːlvən)
n
(Placename) a town and resort in W England, in S Worcestershire on the E slopes of the Malvern Hills: annual dramatic festival; mineral springs. Pop: 35 588 (2001)
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Langland was born in the country, perhaps in Oxfordshire, perhaps in Shropshire, and he went to school at Great Malvern. He loved school, for he says:--
Like the slightly earlier poet of 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,' the authors belonged to the region of the Northwest Midland, near the Malvern Hills, and like him, they wrote in the Anglo-Saxon verse form, alliterative, unrimed, and in this case without stanza divisions.
Summary: In conversation with Alastair S Cook, Headmaster, The Downs Malvern
ENGLISH language specialists Communicate School is gearing up for more growth with its PS2.34million acquisition by AIM-listed Malvern International PLC.
Platform Three at Station House was originally built in the 1800s and sits on Malvern Link station in the foothills of the Malvern Hills.
Malvern Bancorp is parent company of Malvern Federal Savings Bank.
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.
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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.
For most of her life, the Queen's top tipple was Malvern Water.