Seven Fields Conservation Group is a local community, voluntary group committed to the conservation of the Seven Fields Nature Reserve, North Swindon.
As per its description Seven Fields, is made up of seven individual fields that are rich in wildlife and has some of the best wildflower meadows in Wiltshire, with ancient hedgerows, stream, and a magnificent Wild Service Tree and Penhill Copse (ancient woodland). It received a Local Nature Reserve Designation in 1995.
The area is popular amongst dog walkers, families having picnics or playing sports. In the neighbouring parish’s side of Seven Fields there are playing fields and a play area. The area is beautiful in all weathers spring, summer, autumn and winter.
The Council is responsible for emptying the litter bins and cutting the desire lines in the peak months. The Council also has some volunteers that litter pick the area frequently and has a good relationship with the Conservation Group to ensure that the upkeep is well maintained.
Below is a description of the fields.