Join us to experience a small section of this iconic town and landscape. The Malvern Hills are arguably at their most glorious on a summer evening.
Local writer and historian Carl Flint FRSA will lead a walk from the Link Station up onto the lower section of North Hill and return to Link Common. We will learn a little about the history of these hills, marvel at the views and enjoy one another's company. Once we've descended, there there will be an opportunity to enjoy refreshments at a local hostelry. The hill section of the walk is on public footpaths. There is a flight of steps on the return part of the walk. This event is free to attend and open to all: Fellows, friends and anyone interested in the work of the RSA.
Meeting point: Outside Malvern Link Railway station, car park side.
Any questions, please contact [email protected].
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