Welcome to Friends of Abbey Fields


We are pleased to be able to host a number of events in 2022. These can be found on our Upcoming Events page.
Please remember that Covid19 is still around and that it can be caught by anybody. We would ask you to be considerate when in close vicinity with other people and be prepared to wear a facemask. This applies to all of our activities whether they are the regular Litter Picks or the various walks that we arrange.

News –

01 August 2022 – The first stages of the Swimming Pool development will start with the installation of Hoardings around the existing buildings and developer access route. The Hoarding work is is planned to start w/c 01 Aug 2022 and be completed by the end of the month

01 August 2022 – Warwickshire District Council are starting to coppice the spinney by the duck feeding station. This is to maintain the trees and shrubs in the area and also to prepare the ground for a path to go round the hoardings which will be in place for the Swimming Pool Development.  The path is being installed to ensure North South access will be maintained across Abbey Fields during the Pool Development.

06 June 2022 – Friends of Abbey Fields are would like to advise that entries to the 2022 Calendar Competition will no longer be accepted. Please see here for information about our previous Calendars

23 March 2022 – Friends of Abbey Fields are pleased to announce their 2022 Calendar Competition. For full details please see here

21 March 2022 – Jon Wall Fisheries and Leamington Angling Association worked together to remove fish from Abby Fields Lake to help prevent over stocking and ensure a healthy population. Further details and his full report can be found if you click here.

24 February 2022 – Steven Falk, a nationally acclaimed entomologist has found nearly 700 species of invertebrates in Abbey Fields after he was approached to complete a survey of Abbey Fields by Friends of Abbey Fields. Further details and his full report can be found if you click here.

The Friends of Abbey Fields formed in 2002 with the aim of helping Warwick District Council to care for Abbey Fields. (see Aims and Working with WDC) We currently have a committee of six people and around 200 members who are all keen to preserve the unique character of Abbey Fields. All our activities in the Abbey Fields are undertaken with the support of Warwick District Council and many of our projects are carried out in partnership with them.

Find details of our current activities and how you can join in with them here.

Image by Paul Bagworth
Abbey Fields Lake
Photograph by Paul Bagworth

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