St. Wulstan's Nature Reserve
Born from the site of a World War II
hospital St. Wulstan's Local Nature Reserve is a tranquil wildlife
haven lying hidden away on the edge of Malvern Wells. With superb
views of the Malvern Hills, St. Wulstan's is a serene escape only
three miles away from Malvern Town centre. The Reserve covers over
22 hectares and encompasses a surprising network of habitats.
Open daily, 24 hour pedestrian and
Admission is Free
St. Wulstan's Drive (off Assarts Lane),
WR14 4JA. Located just south of Great Malvern off the A449
(Wells Road). Follow the brown and white tourist signs.
Grid Reference: SO 783 414.
- Parking areas (sealed surface)
for visitors with disabilities
- Topography of the site is
- Waymarked Easy Access Trail (1.2
km plus optional extensions) is level and surfaced (rolled stone),
has a number of large kissing gates and can be uneven in places. It
may be suitable for robust pushchairs and smaller mobility
- Seating is provided at regular
points around the site
Nurture to Nature - A History of the St. Wulstan's Hospital
Site; This fascinating booklet draws together the information
collected by the St. Wulstan's History Archive Project, Price
Explorer 190 (14), Landranger 150
For further information contact the Countryside Service on
Download our use of site
form (Word Document 56 KB)
Volunteering at St. Wulstan's Nature Reserve
If you are interested in volunteering at St. Wulstan's Nature
Reserve you can find out further information on the volunteer work group pages.
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This page was last reviewed 12 April 2013 at 11:56.
The page is next due for review 9 October 2014.