Clifton upon Dunsmore Parish Conservation Group


  • To protect the biodiversity of the parish both now and in the future.
  • To encourage local people to get involved with ‘hands on’ work parties and activities on the sites.
  • To provide and improve access to the sites for the general public, especially local people.
  • To participate in local and national surveys in order to provide a record of the biodiversity in the parish, where appropriate.
  • To provide opportunities for education through local involvement with schools, youth and other community groups

The notes of the first meeting of the group – held on 22 September 2016 are now available. Please click on the link below.


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Projects in the pipeline

  • Newton Road – a potential wild flower bank by the Glebe Allotments
  • Funeral Bier Restoration
  • St Mary’s Churchyard – Fence Restoration
  • Pocket park – clearance of ivy and brambles. (in consultation with Orbit Housing)
  • Church Street and Lions Path – clearing back of footpaths
  • Half yearly litter pick – November 2016
  • Planting 600 Crocus bulbs – donated by Rugby Rotary Club

If you are interested in knowing more about this opportunity to get involved then please contact Councillor Lesley Edwards on 07973849335 or email

The Clifton upon Dunsmore Parish Conservation Group has now established its Terms of Reference and produced an Action Plan.

Terms of Reference conservation-group-tor-02112016

Action Plan conservation-group-action-plan-02112016

Churchyard Working Party – October 2016

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