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The Warwickshire Countryside

Discover the countryside of Warwickshire on your doorstep or on holiday


Geology in Warwickshire
(Warwickshire Geological Conservation Group)

Directory Listings

Hand Picked & Reviewed

CPRE Warwickshire
The Warwickshire branch of The Campaign to Protect Rural England.

Country Parks
Country Parks and Greenways at Warwickshire County Council.

Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
The Nature Reserves of the Trust and Wildlife of Warwickshire, news and campaigns...

Parks, playgrounds, nature reserves
Details of a lot of sites from N. Warks. Borough Council.

Warwickshire Wild Trails
Warwickshire Wild Trails is a new initiative from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust...

Countryside in Shakespeare's England
With beautiful countryside weaved together by rivers and canals, villages and hamlets...

Walking - Warwickshire
Numerous walks all free to print out. A handful with gpx files.

Warwickshire Biological Records
Information on species distribution and ecological sites in Warwickshire...

Warwick Natural History Society
If you are interested in any aspect of the natural environment...

Walking Routes
Walks at North Warwickshire Borough Council.

North Warwickshire Walking Groups
Details local walking groups at N. Warks. Council.

Sponsored Listings

Rural Retreats in Warwickshire

Idyllic cottages and country houses in picturesque villages, the countryside and even on The Avon riverside.

CoolStays in Warwickshire

Barn conversions, elegant grade II listed country houses and glamping lodges, luxurious cottages, treehouses and timber cabins with nature on your doorstep.

Latest News

  • Latest woodland management news

    Woodland Craft Volunteers have been harvesting wood from Bubbenhall, Wappenbury and Ryton Woods to be used as hedging stakes and binders, charcoal and bean poles.

  • The end of a hedgehog era

    December 2019 saw our Help for Hedgehogs Campaign and Hedgehog Improvement Areas project come to a close after 7 years.

  • Restoration works to start for local WWI Living Memorial

    As part of the Dunsmore Living Landscape Scheme and funded by the Highways England’s Designated Environment Fund, Kier will be undertaking the works which will entail a detailed survey on the health of the trees, replacing any which are becoming dangerous and planting three new trees to replace some which were lost when the carriageway was widened in the past. These […]

  • New report launched – why HS2 will cost nature too much

    It's time to Stop and Rethink HS2. A new report from The Wildlife Trusts reveals the sheer scale of potential damage to wildlife and wild places.

  • Oral history film released

    Discover the history of Bubbenhall Wood and Meadow told by those who know it well, in our brand new oral history film.

  • Newbold Comyn

    A consultation period has opened on the future of Newbold Comyn, and we need you to help by completing the survey

  • Cawston Spinney & Cawston Fox Covert

    Warwickshire Wildlife Trust has prepared a Woodland Management Plan for Cawston Spinney and Cawston Fox Covert, commissioned by L & Q Estates Ltd.

  • Elephants taking over Ryton Pools

    Adult and calf straight-tusked elephant sculptures have been installed at Ryton Pools Country Park as part of our Dunsmore Living Landscape scheme

  • The Environment Bill

    Yesterday's long-awaited publication of the Environment Bill is welcome but Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is concerned that the Bill must not be delayed further if we are to tackle the serious environmental challenges we face. Cross-party support is needed to trigger nature’s recovery.

  • Nature Recovery Networks

    Sir David Attenborough, president emeritus of The Wildlife Trusts has made a short film with the charity to provide answers to the State of Nature partnership’s latest warnings of continued, devastating wildlife declines in the UK.

  • State of Nature report

    The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report. The latest findings show that since rigorous scientific monitoring began in the 1970s there has been a 13% decline in average abundance across wildlife studied and that the declines continue unabated.

  • Clifden nonpareil spotted at Wappenbury Wood

    Holy grail of moth watching recorded for the first time at Wappenbury Wood.

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