HEART OF ENGLAND IN BLOOM SUCCESS FOR MALVERN
"Malvern Priory, where our tour began with an in depth presentation, was resplendent in the hot summer sunshine and the judges were very interested to learn about the story behind the new planting of George Bernard Shaw’s ‘grand-daughter’ Mulberry Tree. The technology behind the restoration of the new gas lamps was as unique as it was astounding and they now, quite justly, take pride of place – no wonder Buckingham Palace are interested! Good environmental practice was evident throughout the tour, particularly at the Cemetery and the Common. The improvements made at Victoria Park were noticeable and credit is to be given to Laura Russell and her team for the vibrant bedding schemes within the park – all done without a plan. Phew! The sustainable beds at the library are being brought back to their original splendor - all thanks to the volunteers who tend them. Rose Bank Gardens and the newly restored well were delightful, and it was pleasing to see good horticultural practices being put in place to overcome some quite tricky growing areas. This was a very enjoyable tour and it was good to see the level of community and volunteer participation. Well done!"
3rd of November, 2014
MALVERN NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN MEETING Join us at Dyson Perrins High School Monday 3rd November 2014, 7pm What is a Neighbourhood Plan? Neighbourhood Plans are an important part of the Planning process, and offer communities an opportunity to decide the future of the places where they live ...Read More
26th of November, 2014 @ 18:00:00
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