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Bradlaugh Fields and barn are kindly sponsored and supported by the following organisations.
We can now bring you live feed of our webcam's on the internet click the image to see the camera video feed, using the name user as a login and user as password combination. NB This system does not work if your are currently using Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, please ensure active-x settings are enabled too.
"Thank you for inviting us to Bradlaugh Fields, my favourite activity was the caterpillar trail, as you went up a hill and down with a blind fold on and it was a laugh" - Ellie-Frances
Welcome to new website of Bradlaugh Fields & Barn community wildlife park, this new website gives you a chance to find out more about the local wildlife and green space on your back door in Northampton. It covers a huge area stretching from Moulton Park down to Kingsthorpe and accross to Spinney Hill. With local help and companies such as Barclaycard and groups like the wildlife trust we have managed to keep the fields for the local community
to use all year round.
Please Please can you help us to maintain the park for the community in its best condition by picking up after your dog if you walk it, also note there is current no fishing allowed in the lakes on the fields.
Bradlaugh Fields is regularly used by local schools and organisations as well as the public, the old barn features a coffee shop and community room used for selected local events and a nusery.
This site contains information about this local open space as well as various downloads all about bradlaugh fields and activities you can take part in to wildlife available to see here, please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments about the website.
Latest News & Events...
Bradlaugh Fields & Barn Commitee meeting,Monday 27th January 2014 6.30pm.
Bradlaugh Fields Summer Newsletter is now available and can be seen or downloaded. (click here to read it>
Wednesday's during term time
(you will need adobe acrobat to read the PDF documents, click here to download the program if you can't access the messenger)
Bradlaugh Fields Park Ranger
Our new park ranger is Jason Toyne he can be contacted on:
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Last updated Monday, 18th November 2013.