A ride through Marshallton on a serene October day is a simple reminder of the natural beauty and open space that surrounds our village. But well beyond the vibrant colors of the falling leaves, pumpkin-lined walkways, and the crisp Autumn air, is a deep-rooted sense of place cultivated by events and activities that bring our community together. From the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the birth of Humphry Marshall to the Marshalton Triathlon to the West Bradford Fall Festival to the spooktacular Halloween festivities right around the corner, it is this spirit of community that best defines the true character of the village today.
The Marshallton Conservation Trust will be handing out treats at this community event on Sunday, October 30th from 3–5 p.m.
Stop by the West Bradford Fire Company in Marshallton on Halloween night between 6 - 8 p.m for a special treat from the Marshallton Conservation Trust. Happy Halloween!
Introducing Our New Website
Earlier this month, we launched a new website which is chock-full of information about the Marshallton Conservation Trust, our mission to preserve the past, protect the present and plan for the future, and ways that you can get involved. Click the link below to take a tour of our new site and discover more about our special community.