Organisations That Deserve Our Support

Here is a list of organisations that we are working with, or share an interest in our work. Click the graphic or hyperlink on the right.

Connect2 - The Kenilworth Connection

The Connect2 project between WCC & Sustrans will additional funding to complete the upgrade of the Berksell Greenway route, and to extend it right into Kenilworth. To link with existing pedestrian/cycling routes. It will also extend a new link across the fields to the University of Warwick  campus.

A key feature would be a safe crossing of the busy A429 Coventry Road for pedestrians and cyclists. A new bridge over the Coventry Road is envisaged, in the place where the old railway bridge existed until the 1960ís.

Read about KFPG activities in the local newspaper.


This site is designed to bring together information about the 100 mile Long Distance Walking Route called Heart of England Way, the 26 mile The Arden Way and the support body that manages and promotes both - HEART OF ENGLAND WAY ASSOCIATION

KFPG works with partners to improve access to the countryside for all.

In 2006 the Group built a boardwalk in Bubbenhall Wood in partnership with the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV), over a part of the footpath which was muddy and vulnerable to erosion. The project was paid for by a grant from Hanson Environment Fund, with an additional donation from Bubbenhall Parish Council. More walkers now use the path, and the sensitive woodland soils are protected.

Bubbenhall Parish Council

The Mid Warwickshire Ramblers Association


The Council for the Protection of Rural England

Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
Warwickshire BTCV
Coventry Way - (40 mile circular long distance footpath)
Forestry Commission
Conserving Warwickshire's Ice-Age Past

Ramblers Association

The Ramblers' Association is Britain's biggest charity working
 to promote walking and to improve conditions for all walkers. 
With 143,000 members in England, Scotland and Wales, 
we've been working for walkers for 70 years.
 The Ramblers' Association
Open Spaces Society

Britain's oldest conservation society Our aim is to protect, increase, enhance and champion the common land, village greens, open spaces and public rights of way in England and Wales, and the public's right to enjoy them.