Well-dressing 2011

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The Theme was “Togetherness”

Judging Criteria

  1. Visual impact – overall impression from a distance.
  2. Originality – interpretation of theme “Togetherness”
  3. Artistic merit – quality of Dressing, both design, fabrication and choice of materials.
  4. Enhancement – of best qualities of site, including overcoming difficulties presented by existing structure.

* – Children’s entries

Well Name Well Dressers
Barnards Green Trough Stephanie Underwood-Webb & Friends
Earl Beauchamp’s Spout Barbara Meddows & Margaret Rowland
Evendine Spring “The Evendiners”
Hayslad* 7th Malvern Girls Brigade
Holy Well “Three Generations”
Jubilee Fountain The Darlingtons & the Clares
West Malvern Tap West Malvern Garden and Nature Club
Westminster Bank Spring* Malvern St James School
Clock Tower* Somers Park Ave. Methodist Church
Coach-House Theatre* Girlguiding Malvern
North Malvern Tap* 7th Malvern Brownies & 1st Malvern Link Rainbows & Brownies
Old Bottling Works The Centre for Wellbeing
Rose Gully Spout* Holly Mount United Reform Church
Temperance Fountain Carl Burrows
Danzell Spring* Harnden Family
Hay Well* Malvern Baptist Church
Lower Wyche Trough Caroline Harris & Carol Wheeler
Malvhina Margaret Fox
Railway Trough* Malvern Parish CE Primary School
St. James’ Churchyard Lorraine Ranaldo, Thelma Selway & Beth Hughes
Weavers Trough Mark & Helena Illingsworth
Wilson’s Fountain Malvern Dowsers
Wyche Spring Sheila Maund
Holy Well The Three Generations


The Spa Association is grateful to the judges who gave up their time to decide on these awards.

Water Testing Results

A: West Malvern Tap
B: Tap Water (Winner: Greg Spence)
C: Hayslad
D: Evendine
E: Clock Tower