are formed from 600,000,000 years old Pre-Cambrian Granite
The district of Malvern surrounds and includes the Malvern Hills. It consists of the main town of Great Malvern and the smaller 'villages' of Malvern Wells, Little Malvern, West Malvern, North Malvern, Malvern Link , Barnards Green and The Wyche. With the village of Colwall on the west side of the hills below The Wyche.
Standing near the Toposcope on the highest point of the Worcestershire Beacon, at a height of 1,395 feet above sea-level, it is claimed that on a clear day you can see seven counties.