Here you can find some websites that I stumbled across whilst doing some research.
The Warwickshire Wildlife Trust – These are the folk that manage the area.
The Stratford Herald – A local paper, out every Thursday, and a website.
The Stratford Observer – local paper delivered free each week
The Welcombe Hills Vineyard – yes there are people growing grapes and making wines right on our doorstep.
The Welcombe Hills Facebook group – Join over 2500 people to chat about all things Welcombe – from advice, to nature, walking tips … to having a good old rant. This is a friendly group that doesn’t allow any political nonsense.
The Friends of Rowley Fields Facebook group – local group formed to support Rowley Fields
Stratford upon Avon District Council – these are the owners of The Welcombe Hills nature reserve.
The Stratford Town Trust – Owners of Rowley Fields and supporters of the fields and nature and upholding the community spirit of shared natural spaces. They are at the heart of Stratford life and if you live in the town you can be a member free of charge and have a say in how they operate.
Stratford Local History Society -Registered with the British Association Of Local History we are a new society, here in Stratford, to provide researchers at home or in schools, colleges and universities, initial material to conduct studies and to find forward contacts to people who are likely know more.
The Stratford Society -The Stratford Society aims to influence awareness and development in the town. They have monthly meetings and invite interesting guests to give fascinating talks.
The Farm – lovely farm shop in Snitterfield which is a nice hour long walk along well established paths. Perfect stop for a cup of tea and a slice of cake and you can either walk home again or call an Uber.