Warndon Parish Council has had it’s own allotments site since 2013.  The site is located at the Mabbs Orchard Estate and is accessed through Mabbs Close.  The original site contained 14 full size plots although the vast majority of these are let as half-plots.  After having a very large waiting list the Council decided to extend the original site by putting a bridge over the large drainage gulley and utilising part of the field to the north of the original site.  This area has been fenced off and was opened in April 2018.

We currently have 26 Full Size plots which are mostly let as half plots.

There is a current Waiting List but if you fancy the challenge get in touch.  If you should require any further information please contact us by e-mail at

September 2023


Warndon Parish Council are proud to provide and regularly maintain 3 defibrillator units sited in key locations around the Parish. These were originally installed in 2017 and are currently located outside the Lyppard Hub and the Tesco Express on Brindley Road. A third defibrillator has recently been relocated at the entrance to Haines Avenue on the left-hand side. Theses units are regularly checked and maintained by the Parish Council.

In 2019, they were accepted to join the National Defibrillator Network known as ‘The Circuit’ which is operated by the British Heart Foundation and are now an integral part of life saving equipment in an emergency through 999/112 and the West Midlands Ambulance Service. ‘The Circuit’ is currently, an in-house register for use primarily by the emergency services, however this is shortly expected to become a publicly accessible interactive map of all registered defibrillators.

It is worthwhile spending some time to consider where your nearest defibrillator is to your house, your place of work and any venues you visit regularly.

February 2022

Lyppard Hub

Defibrillator - Outside Tesco Express on Brindley Road

Tesco Express

Speed Detection Machines

Warndon Parish Council has two speed indicator devices (SID) which are moved around the various feeder roads each month. These signs have helped to reduce average speeds, although there is still much to be done regarding enforcement.  They act as a reminder to drivers to slow down, and mostly they do! The signs also provide data relating to proportion of speeders and traffic flows which can be viewed on the Parish Council’s website and are circulated to various stakeholders including the local policing team.

The signs we have are now solar powered, although will still require some battery power in the darker, winter months. The signs are produced by different manufacturers, and older sign was upgraded to solar power thanks to a financial contribution from the late County Councillor Andy Roberts.

September 2023