Malvern villages flourishing thanks to new and improved businesses - The Malvern Observer

Malvern villages flourishing thanks to new and improved businesses

Malvern Editorial 27th Apr, 2024   0

The Malverns is flourishing as new businesses open their doors across the district.

Popular towns within the Malvern Hills District, including Tenbury Wells, Great Malvern and Malvern Link, are bursting with new businesses.

Residents and visitors now have even more to enjoy and explore around the district, including an artisan bottle shop, restaurant, sweet shop, indoor market, and much more.

New businesses include:

  • Madresfield Butchers and Grill, Great Malvern – serving local produce direct from Madresfield Estate
  • Great Malvern Indoor Market – new market located on Belle Vue Terrace
  • Brewbox, Great Malvern – new artisan bottle shop with fresh beer straight from the barrel
  • The Little Herb Remedy, Tenbury Wells – providing natural and organic skincare
  • Madry of Malvern, Malvern Link – offering personalised gifts, framing services and more
  • Professor Willy’s, Great Malvern – new sweet shop
  • Louise James Florist – moved from Upton upon Severn to larger location in Malvern Link
  • Malvern Hills Florists – new florist in Great Malvern
  • New St Richards Hospice Clearance Shop – Barnards Green, Malvern

Councillor Beverley Nielsen, portfolio holder for economic development and tourism, at Malvern Hills District Council said: “Our district is once again thriving with some exciting, highly creative new and interesting businesses.

“It’s wonderful to see the town buzzing and people enjoying the fabulous stores here. Many thanks to everyone who’s already shopping locally, and we hope all our residents and visitors will make the most of these great new ventures.”

Visit to see the full list of new businesses and for more information.

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