Warwick and Leamington


is a local volunteer-based charity based at the Re-Useful Centre, in Court Street, Leamington Spa CV31 2BB. It saves donated items from landfill by selling second hand bikes, bric-a-brac & kitchenware, gardening tools & equipment, clothes, shoes & accessories, books, CDs & DVDs, small electrical items and small items of furniture. Please donate your old bike so it can be refurbished and re-sold — Action 21 has a team of dedicated bike refurbishers.


is a volunteer group which campaigns for better cycle routes in Kenilworth, Leamington and Warwick. Since 2000 it has campaigned for a K2L (Kenilworth to Leamington) cycle route.  


ARC (Achieving Results in Communities) CIC (Community Interest Company) transforms unused spaces in Warwick District to create quality open spaces, such as  Foundry Wood and the Children's Forest, that contribute to people’s mental and physical health and wellbeing.


Extinction Rebellion Warwick District is an active local branch of XR which campaigns locally and takes part in national XR events.

Leamington Spa Repair Café

meets 11am-2pm on the first Saturday in the month at the Sydni Centre CV31 1PT. Bring your damaged items for free repair in a friendly and collaborative atmosphere, or join in and contribute your skills. 

Leamington Spa Litter-Picking Group

 organises communal litter-picking at weekends. Check their Facebook page for more information.
Incredible Edible Leamington Spa
Incredible Edible Leamington Spa is part of a global network of Incredible Edible gardens originally begun in Todmorden in 2008. The SPARKS - Incredible Edible project maintains community gardens in Leamington, Warwick, and Kenilworth. The Leamington gardens are in Regent Grove opposite the police station and on Windmill Road and Christine Ledger Square.
Bar Zero (Barford Residents Association)
Bar Zero  works to conserve the village of Barford, its  environment and the rural character of the area, and to represent the interests of the residents of Barford in  these and related matters. Currently it is running a campaign to prevent St John's College, Oxford, the landowners at Wasperton farm, from turning the farm into a gravel pit, and damaging the rural environment with hundreds of lorries passing in and out each day.