Drs Martin & Sue Allbright  

'Blending an ancient medical approach of mind and body with modern health'


Classical Acupuncture

This site was last updated on

20th August 2018

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Where we practice

We base our acupuncture practice at the.

Beacon Clinic, Portland Road, Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 2TA.  

Directions to the Beacon Clinic

Make your way to the cross road traffic lights in the centre of Great Malvern. Go down the hill, past Holland House on your left and take the first turning on the left into Portland Road.

For those coming from Upton-on-Severn and the M50, come up through Barnard's Green Road. Portland Road is the first turning on the right just after Portland House.

Either way, look out for the black and white road sign marked 'Complementary Health Clinic' on Church Street directing you down Portland Road.

Car Parking

Road side parking in Portland Road, and fifty yards from the clinic is a pay and display car park adjacent to Victoria Road.

Railway Station

The Great Malvern railway station is about a ten minute walk to the clinic along Avenue Road.

Bus Routes

There are two bus stops on Church Street, very near the top of Portland Road where the following bus routes stop.

Number 44     Great Malvern - Malvern Link - Worcester

Number 362   Worcester -  Upton-upon-Severn - Great Malvern

Number 363   Worcester - Callow End - Hanley Swan - Upton-upon-Severn Welland - Great Malvern

Number 377   Malvern - Welland - Pendock - Eldersfield - Gloucester - Cheltenham
Number 425  Knightwick - Suckley - Alfrick - Leigh Sinton - Great Malvern  

Number 476   Malvern - Ledbury - Hereford

A map produced by the 'Worcestershire County Council' of the Malvern bus routes passing by our clinic is available by clicking here

About the 'Beacon Clinic'

It is a centre where a team of conventional and complementary medicine practitioners work alongside each other. For more details about the clinic and the team please follow the link www.beaconclinic.net

If you wish to print a version of this map follow this link to multimap


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