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The local area guide to living in Malvern

Malvern is a pretty, 11 century spa town in Worcestershire, England. It is widely known for its beautiful scenery and sources of spring water, which was what attracted the Benedictine monks who founded the town.

That water has been thought to provide a wide variety of health benefits over the years and in the latter days of England's Industrial Revolution it was marketed as something of a miracle cure. All sorts of spa therapies were popular in the area and it became a big money maker. Since the industry quietened, many of the older buildings have been converted into boarding schools.

The architecture of Malvern is historic and transports visitors to a bygone era. The Great Malvern Priory and Abbey Gateway in particular are both beautiful examples of medieval construction. Malvern has also historically been a hub for the arts, and the Malvern Theatres Complex is a large cultural contributor to the area. Surrounding the town are the Malvern Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. They sit across the border of Herefordshire and Worcestershire and command breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

Within Malvern the largest single employer is QinetiQ, and the town is also known as the home of Morgan Cars - the last completely British-owned car company. Also of note is the Malvern Hills Science Park, which contains more than 30 science and technology businesses.

Information about the local residents

Malvern, with a population of 33,000, is the biggest settlement in West Worcestershire. Including the wider Malvern Hills region, the population falls a little under 75,000 people.

There is a fairly sizeable contingent at retirement age, with around a quarter of residents being over the age of 65. Education rates are fairly high, with 23.3% of working age people having a qualification at degree level or more. By comparison, the rate for England as a whole is 21%.

The average income is £35,893 – quite a bit above the national average - while the mean price for a semi-detached house is £191,789, about £20,000 over that of the rest of the county.

Nearby schools

There are a huge array of good schools around Malvern. It has thirteen primary schools, of which eight are Church of England, one is Roman Catholic and four are non-denominational, offering plenty of choice.

Among secondary schools, Dyson Perrins CE Sports College stands out in particular. It has almost 1,000 students and specialist status as a sports college. Also of note is the Chase Technology College - specialising in technology, language and science, it is huge and has excellent facilities.

Malvern is also home to one of the oldest schools in the country - Hanley Castle High School. Again, it is a specialist school, with its focus is on language, and it serves about 1,000 pupils.

Private education can be found at Malvern College. It is co-educational, and takes pupils all the way from 3 to 18 years of age. Another is Malvern St James, a private school for girls, and the Abbey College has great boarding facilities that focus on international students from ages 14 to 20.

Getting around

For motorists Malvern is well connected. The A449, M5 and M50 make it easy to link with other places to the north and the south. By train, there are two railway stations offering direct links to Worcester, Gloucester, Birmingham, Oxford, Cheltenham, the South West and London Paddington.

Within the town are a variety of bus routes offering cheap and convenient travel. These link the residential, shopping and commercial districts well, and also reach out to nearby villages. For travel by air, Birmingham International Airport is most convenient.

Local shops

Malvern has a great variety of shops and is particularly known for antiques, furniture, books, and some fashion. Within the town are a thriving community of artists and artisans producing and selling their wares, Malvern also has a great array of places to eat.

Malvern's Priory Park complex provides live music, cinema and theatre as well as a pool and fitness facilities, alongside a selection of bars and cafes.

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