We are an independent, voluntary organization aimed at promoting and preserving the heritage and natural environment of Allesley, Coundon Wedge and adjoining neighbourhoods.
Please note that the site is currently being updated and revamped after being down for a year, so please bear with us
Any opinions quoted on the site are those of the editor(s) and may not always reflect the views of the society
Coundon Wedge is a particularly attractive stretch of countryside on the north-western outskirts of Coventry. Predominantly grassland with mature trees and hedgerows, it is criss-crossed by footpaths making it readily accessible to all those who want to enjoy this delightful remnant of the historic Arden landscape. Adjacent to the Wedge is the Allesley Village Conservation Area where Thomas Telford's Birmingham Road is flanked by a charming and distinctive array of buildings, many dating from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. To see for yourself what makes it so special, please take a look at our picture gallery or better still, let one of our free leaflets guide you on a walk through the village and some of the most beautiful countryside around Coventry.