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Geopark Way on Your Phone

Each of the 17 sections of the Geopark Way now has a dedicated app available for smart-phones and tablets.

Each app has a map of the relevant section overlain on an interactive geology map. Using GPS you get your position and a feed of data about the geology and other information as you walk. ‘Other information’ includes photos of the walk with directional guidance, 3D cross-sections, and interpretations of past environments.

Rock information for current location or where map has been touched




For Android devices you can install them on your phone/tablet from the Google Play store. For Apple devices install them from the Apple App Store. To quickly locate them, just enter ‘geopark’ into the Search facility. The apps for 3 of the sections are free, the rest have a charge of around £1. All money raised will be gifted to the Trust, so even if you don’t own a suitable type of phone, please encourage others who have to install them! And also give feedback (hopefully positive) to produce a high star rating – especially important to encourage people to install them when they are paid for.

Reconstructions of past environments and geological cross-sections

Interpretation of an ancient environment


Café H2O at the Geocentre

Cafe H2O is part of the new Malvern Hills GeoCentre, serving refreshments to staff of the Wyche Innovation Centre as well as members of the public visiting the GeoCentre.

Open Mon to Fri, 09:30 to 16:30, but closed to the general public on Wednesdays. Operated by Team Jamboree.

Open Sat, Sun and Bank Holiday Mondays 09:00-18:00. Operated by Joanne and her team.

At the iPad stands

Browsing iPads

Serving Teapigs tea, coffee, hot chocolate, Clive’s Fruit Farm fruit juice, Holywell Spring Water, filled rolls, toast, soup, jacket potatoes, salads, snacks, cakes and Bennett’s Farm ice cream.

Cafe H2O is an ideal place for an informal business or social meeting, with free wi-fi and access to the Centre’s business facilities. The Cafe can also provide catering for on-site business meetings in the Boardroom, symposia and training workshops in the Seminar Room on Wednesdays, and on a pre-order basis for breakfast and evening business meetings at the Centre.





HWERT publications are available and the Geopark Way apps can be downloaded using the free WiFi. A video wall shows a rolling display of images taken along the Geopark Way from Bridgnorth to Gloucester Cathedral.

Video wall in Café H2O showing images from the Geopark Way