Manor House, Grange Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 3EY
The Malvern Hills Trust cares for over 1200 hectares of the Malvern Hills and Commons.
Our aim is to protect and manage the unique cultural heritage, wildlife and geology of this iconic English landscape for the benefit of the local community and the hundreds of thousands of visitors who come each year.
The land includes flower-rich meadows, wooded slopes and open hilltops offering wide-reaching views across 7 counties. We work to conserve these habitats which are home to a wide range of species from birds to butterflies, snakes to small mammals.
The Malvern Hills and Commons are an important place for local residents and visitors alike to explore and enjoy the outdoors. We provide toilets, car parks and maintain footpaths and bridleways for visitors across the landscape.
We work with local community groups and organisations to encourage learning to care for the Hills and Commons and to look after them for future generations.
We have been caring for the Malvern Hills and surrounding commons since we were established by an Act of Parliament in 1884 – making us one of the oldest conservation organisations in the UK.
Malvern Hills Trust is the working name of the Malvern Hills Conservators.
Legacies only make up 0.2% of our annual income, your support could make a huge difference to us.