Welcome to our group’s vegan guide to
Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire
Please sign the online petition
to prohibit the culling of
badgers on council-owned land.
Badger campaign information
Board of the Malvern Hills Conservators Now closed. The Board voted not to allow any culling on their land. The petitions had over 2000 signatures.
Gloucestershire County Council (closes 23 May 2014)
Malvern Hills District Council (closed)
Worcestershire County Council (closes 30 April 2014)¹
Wyre Forest District Council (closes 30 June 2014)¹¹ Anyone who is over 12 and living, working or studying in the area can sign. You’ll have to register on the Council website, if you haven’t already. If you do, make sure that there’s no space in your “chat name” and when you sign in afterwards, use your email address for the username. The confirmation email may take a little while to come back. See new user instructions.
Can you help?
There is still a need for a petition in some areas. Operation Badger has asked if we can find anyone to set up a petition in the following areas: Wychavon, Bromsgrove, Redditch, Worcester City.
There are also gaps in Warwickshire: Rugby, Stratford-on-Avon; Cannock Chase in Staffordshire and also Solihull and some of the other urban areas of "West Midlands" are not yet covered.
If you would be willing to set up a petition with your local Council please go to
www.b-r-a-v-e.co.uk/operationbadger or call 07963 145090 for more information. Setting up a petition is very easy and you will have plenty of support from Operation Badger.
Last Sunday of each month at St Ann’s Well in Malvern, 12pm until 2pm. No booking necessary - just turn up. Partners, kids, dogs, welcome too! We aim to have a couple of people at each meet up who can look out for and meet new people. Ask at the counter if you can’t find us.
St Ann’s Dates (2014):
- Sunday 27 April
- Sunday 25 May
- Sunday 29 June
Great Malvern Station is ½ mile down the hill from Great Malvern, so you need to head up hill into the town, which will take you up Church Street, shown on the map. Turn left at the top of Church Street and look out for The Mount Pleasant Hotel. With the hotel grounds on your right and the public gardens on your left, you will see the start of the “99 steps” between the two – these take you up to the zig-zag path that takes you up to St Ann’s Well (signposted).
Go up St Ann’s Road (between The Unicorn pub and the zebra crossing in the town centre). This is a narrow and steep road but once you go around the corner find a parking space – continue along to Foley Terrace if necessary. Once parked, look out for the zig-zag path that takes you up to St Ann’s Well (signposted).