The view is worth the climb. Sunrise from the summit of the Malvern Hills on Saturday morning

Ledbury Reporter: The view is worth the climb. Sunrise from The summit of the Malvern Hills on Saturday Morning. The view is worth the climb. Sunrise from The summit of the Malvern Hills on Saturday Morning.

The view is worth the climb. Sunrise from the summit of the Malvern Hills on Saturday morning. Picture by Steven Tucker via @SteveTuckerST

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4:58pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Andy-Apache says...

I was up there walking my 16 dogs and he nearly ran me over 5 times whilst being abusive and travelling at 87mph! Everyone should be banned!
I was up there walking my 16 dogs and he nearly ran me over 5 times whilst being abusive and travelling at 87mph! Everyone should be banned! Andy-Apache

8:05pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Bufton Tufton says...

Very nice but you would think they could have posted a larger image rather than the postage stamp sized low resolution as show. Typical Newquest.
Very nice but you would think they could have posted a larger image rather than the postage stamp sized low resolution as show. Typical Newquest. Bufton Tufton

8:19pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Bufton Tufton says...

Andy-Apache wrote:
I was up there walking my 16 dogs and he nearly ran me over 5 times whilst being abusive and travelling at 87mph! Everyone should be banned!
Perhaps its time to commission another Royal Society Prevention of Accidents report. They will probably advise for the introduction of new by-laws preventing access on foot, cycle or horseback ( except on guided walks lead by trained conservators staff ) and the cordoning off of the hills and planting the lower reaches with prickly bushes to deter the determined. The police will then announce their intention to arrest those who regularly transgress.
[quote][p][bold]Andy-Apache[/bold] wrote: I was up there walking my 16 dogs and he nearly ran me over 5 times whilst being abusive and travelling at 87mph! Everyone should be banned![/p][/quote]Perhaps its time to commission another Royal Society Prevention of Accidents report. They will probably advise for the introduction of new by-laws preventing access on foot, cycle or horseback ( except on guided walks lead by trained conservators staff ) and the cordoning off of the hills and planting the lower reaches with prickly bushes to deter the determined. The police will then announce their intention to arrest those who regularly transgress. Bufton Tufton

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