Malvern Hills

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Mal·vern Hills

 (môl′vərn, mô′-)
A range of hills of west-central England rising to 425 m (1,395 ft). The hills are a popular resort area.
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Mal′vern Hills′

(ˈmɔl vərn, ˈmɔ-)
a range of hills in W England, bisecting Hereford and Worcester: highest point, 1395 ft. (425 m).
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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.
The West Worcestershire MP has written to Worcestershire County Council, Malvern Hills District Council and Wychavon District Council asking for updates on how it plans to use its public spaces to increase the number of car charging points.
3 Walk straight along the ridge of the field that has views of the Malvern Hills, with Park Seat in the distance ahead.
THE WOOD NORTON, WORCS WHERE AND WHY Sandwiched between the picturesque Cotswolds and spectacular Malvern Hills, The Wood Norton is an imposing Victorian mansion fit for royalty.
Platform Three at Station House was originally built in the 1800s and sits on Malvern Link station in the foothills of the Malvern Hills. It has been lovingly restored with a host of interesting and quirky features.
3 GREAT Malvern clings to the side of the ancient Malvern Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and was much loved by George Bernard Shaw and Edward Elgar.
CITY dwellers wanting to move out into some of the UK's most luxuriant countryside would do far worse than to consider a spacious and modern family home in an incredible position, with exceptional views across the Malvern Hills.
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.
Contemporary throughout, The Coach House lies detached within an area of outstanding natural beauty set back from the road with views of the Malvern Hills (pictured) from the secluded south-facing garden and is an ideal location for a relaxing break.
Not only is it set in the prettiest surroundings, with the romantic Malvern Hills in the background but it also boasts some of the finest show gardens and plant exhibits to be seen anywhere in the country.