skip to main content


Development plan image

Resplendent countryside

Sitting on the edge of an area of outstanding natural beauty, Welland lies at the foot of the imposing Malvern Hills. What’s more, with St Wulstan’s Nature Reserve and Lovells Vineyard also nearby, the location provides boundless opportunity for exploration. The village also plays host to the historic Welland Steam Rally, which sees the rolling fields taken over for a week each year, by vintage steam vehicles from the golden age of Victorian engineering.

On the doorstep

The village has its own local primary school and preschool, church, post office and pub, as well as a village hall with local farmers’ market. The quintessential English countryside location, Welland offers everything one could wish for to live a tranquil village life. In addition, the Three Counties Showground lies just beyond the perimeter of the village, and features countless events and attractions throughout the calendar.

A stone’s throw

Welland is situated just five miles from the beautiful spa town of Malvern. Full of sumptuous amenities, with numerous boutique shops, bars and restaurants – not forgetting the famous Malvern Theatre – Malvern is perfectly placed to offer Welland that ‘little bit extra’.

Journey further afield, and one can find historic Worcester or the regency splendour of Cheltenham – adding to an impressive array of regional attractions.

Keeping active

Along with endless countryside to explore, those with an active lifestyle will find an abundance of opportunity in and around Welland. The village itself has boys’ and girls’ football clubs played on the local sports field, and school initiatives such as Bikeability.

Meanwhile, at Malvern College, a new multi-million-pound, state-of-the-art sports complex plays host to a plethora of different activities. Malvern Splash Leisure Complex is also close by, along with a range of other clubs and societies.

Schools and transport

In addition to the primary and preschools in Welland itself, Great Malvern boasts some of the best private and state education schools in the region, including the famous Malvern College, Malvern St James and The Chase. The area is also served by excellent transport links, playing host to two train stations, Malvern Link and Great Malvern, which connect effortlessly with the Midlands, South West and London. For travelling by car, both Birmingham and Bristol can be reached in just over an hour*, with London around 3 hours away*.

View site location

*Source: Google Maps