Malvern Link

Malvern Link is an area of Malvern, Worcestershire, England to the north and east of Great Malvern. The centres of Malvern Link and Great Malvern are separated by Malvern Link Common, an area of open land that is statutorily protected by the Malvern Hills Conservators. In 1900 Malvern Link Urban District, which had been formed only five years earlier, merged with Great Malvern to become Malvern Town.

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Malvern, Worcestershire - History - Development As A Spa (17th–19th Centuries)
... The health-giving properties of Malvern water and the natural beauty of the surroundings led to the development of Malvern as a spa, with resources for invalids and for tourists ... The medicinal value and the bottling of Malvern water are mentioned "in a poem attributed to the Reverend Edmund Rea, who became Vicar of Great Malvern in 1612" ... in a short poem in his Breviary of the Eyes (see Malvern water), in 1622 ...
Malvern Link - Notable Residents
... On returning from London to settle in the Malverns, in 1891 Elgar and his wife leased a semi-detached house at 37 Alexandra Road, Malvern Link, which they named 'Forli' ...
Great Malvern - History - Development As A Spa (17th-19th Centuries)
... The health-giving properties of Malvern water and the natural beauty of the surroundings led to the development of Malvern as a spa, with resources for invalids and for tourists, seeking cures, rest and ... The medicinal value and the bottling of Malvern water are mentioned "in a poem attributed to the Reverend Edmund Rea, who became Vicar of Great Malvern in 1612" ... close to the Holy Well, in a short poem in his Breviary of the Eyes (see Malvern water), in 1622 ...
Malvern Link Railway Station
... Malvern Link railway station serves Malvern Link in Worcestershire, England ... It is one of two stations serving the town of Malvern, the other being Great Malvern station ... A six mile railway from Henwick to Malvern Link opened in July 1859 in May 1860 the line was extended onward to Great Malvern and Malvern Wells ...
Berrow, Worcestershire - The Berrow Murder
... six "tramps" and two of these were later charged with the destruction of enclosure fences at Malvern Link but were not charged with the murders ... In 1809, James Taynton, an octogenarian road labourer from Malvern Link was admitted to Worcester Royal Infirmary with a fractured leg ... prompted further investigation and it was later ascertained that he was employed on the Malvern Link enclosures ...

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