The original Malvern water will be quenching the thirst once again as The Holywell Water Company Ltd gains the right to use the famous township in its branding.
Popular BBC2 television programme Michael Portillo’s Great British Railway Journeys visited Malvern.
Her Majesty the Queen has once again had the opportunity to drink her reputedly preferred Malvern Water- this time sourced from the Holywell Spring, as her great great great grandmother Queen Victoria famously did, following the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace.
Malvern’s Holywell Spring Water will be exhibiting at the popular Restaurant Show. The show is held at Earls Court 2 and will run from 10th-12th October. Booking is essential if you do not wish to pay £25 on the door.
Holywell Spring Water has been linked with an unusual and exciting new project- soap! The brainchild of the highly creative Helen Martin, The Malvern Soap Company uses a variety of locally sourced products.
Wow! The Holywell Water Company Ltd has been selected as The Most Promising New Business in Herefordshire & Worcestershire 2011.
Worcestershire’s most exciting new enterprises have locked horns in a bid to win the coveted title of Most Promising New Business 2011. Fighting off stiff competition from 13 entrants, Holywell Spring Water has been nominated as finalist alongside of NinetyFive Creative and Areca Design.
BBC’s Midlands Today air a very positive message that whilst Coca-Cola’s Malvern Water is no longer available, the original source is very much alive: it’s called Holywell Spring Water. Click here to see Suzanne Virdee introduce Sarah Walton’s excellent editorial.