“Studley, a considerable village pleasantly situated on the River Arrow….”
White’s Directory, 1850.
Studley is a busy Warwickshire village which lies on the A435 between Birmingham and Stratford upon-Avon. Studley has a population of around 6,700 people and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book. Studley was once home to a thriving needle industry, and although the large needle factories no longer stand at the heart of the village today – the industry is an important part of it’s heritage.
We are an award-winning group of community champions – and we don’t just plant hanging baskets!
We plant amazing hanging baskets, planters, trees and flower beds – and we do a lot of other great things too.
We take care of Studley because we are proud of where we live and we want our village to always look it’s best.
We do plant flowers and take care of them but we also keep the streets and pathways tidy with monthly litter picks. You’ll often stumble across one of our working parties who might be cutting back overgrown weeds, clearing pathways or sweeping up fallen leaves.
Over the past 20 years Studley has been proudly collecting awards from Heart of England in Bloom (Studley are Gold Award category winners for the past 6 years in a row!) and in 2016 we were honoured when Studley received a Silver Gilt Award at the RHS Britain in Bloom National Finals.
Helping our village to win awards is of course an important part of Studley in Bloom, but our biggest aim is to create the best environment possible for our community to enjoy.