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Malvern Hills GeoCentre shortlisted in the Visit Herefordshire Awards 2016

The Malvern Hills GeoCentre has been shortlisted in the Visit Herefordshire Awards for Excellence 2016 in the category of Best Visitor Attraction

20th August 2016 - More details.

 


Land Rovers provide access to Worcestershire Beacon from the Malvern Hills GeoCentre

A new initiative between Land Rover Experience at Eastnor Castle, the Rotary Club of Malvern, Malvern Hills Conservators, Malvern Hills GeoCentre, and Cafe H2O enabled disabled and less-able people to enjoy the Malvern Hills by taking a Land Rover to the summit of Worcestershire Beacon. This scheme is planned to run three or so times per year (more details).

25th May 2016 - covered by BBC Midlands and BBC News.

 


All-terrain mobility scooter arrives at the Malvern Hills GeoCentre

News that the Tramper has now arrived and is available for hire to give access to all to the Malvern Hills and Worcestershire Beacon.

26th April 2016 - press release

 


Mobility scooter project aims to get roving on the Malvern Hills

News of our route assessment as we try to make having a mobility scooter available at the Centre to access the Malvern Hills a reality

Worcester News, 8th January 2016 [read more]  

 


News Bulletin 1 - 3rd June 2015. 

 


Team Jamboree shortlisted for Co-operative of the Year award

Team Jamboree, who run Cafe H2O, have been shortlisted for Co-operatives UK Co-operative of the Year Award. Help them win by voting on-line

Co-operatives UK website, 20th May 2015 [read more] 

 


Buggy will help make Malvern Hills accessible for disabled people

Cafe H2O has launched a campaign to raise money for an all-terrain mobility scooter to be based at the Malvern Hills GeoCentre so that those with limited mobility can enjoy the views from Worcestershire Beacon. 

28th April 2015, Malvern Gazette [read more]

 


Lifesaving defibrillator is set to be installed at Malvern Hills visitor hotspot

Cafe H2O and the Malvern Hills GeoCentre, based at the Wyche Innovation Centre, is set to be equipped with a lifesaving defibrillator

16th September 2014, Worcester News [read more]

 


Cafe H2O customers raise £100 for Macmillan Cancer Support

Joanne and her weekend team helped to raise £100 as part of Macmillan's World's Biggest Coffee Morning event.

18th October 2013, Ledbury Reporter [read more]

 


Jamboree featured in the Co-operative Enterprise Hub's Annual Review

Team Jamboree run Cafe H2O at the Malvern Hills GeoCentre during the week and were highlighted in the 2013 New Pioneers annual review on page 9. 

18th October 2013 [read more]

 


Visitors flock to hi-tech base

The official opening of a new hi-tech visitor centre by Chris Darmon, President of the Geopark Way and Chairman of the Youth Hostels Association, was a resounding success with more than 250 visitors coming to find out about the area’s geological history.

10th June, Malvern Gazette, [read more] and 12th June Worcester News, [read more].

Further write-ups at the Earth Heritage Trust website and the Geopark Way website.

 


New Geopark Way Visitor Centre on top of Malvern Hills

News of the planned opening of the Malvern Hills GeoCentre.

Visit Worcestershire Magazine, Spring Summer 2013, p.9 [read more]

 

Address

Malvern Hills GeoCentre & Cafe H2O

Wyche Innovation Centre

Walwyn Road

Malvern

WR13 6PL

Tel: 01684 252 414

Facilities

Cafe with free wi-fi

Disabled access

Toilets, Disabled Toilets

Baby-changing

Bicycle parking

Car parking

 

 

On sale

Healthy lunches

Snacks & beverages

Ice-cream

Souvenirs

Maps and guides

Locally sourced products

 

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