Bradgers Hill, Luton.
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Bradgers Hill is located to the north of Luton, Bedfordshire. Adjacent to Stopsley Common, the hill encompasses a stretch of woodland, that forms a finger of green that stretches right into the heart of Luton.


A good many countryside walks are reachable from Bradgers Hill.


See the map to the for the location of Bradgers Hill. Look for the handy red marker.


All the photos on our website of plants and animals were taken on Bradgers Hill!


Group News

Where is Bradgers Hill?

Here you will find out everything you need to know about Bradgers Hill and our group of community volunteers. We’re dedicated to preserving this site for the community’s enjoyment and future generations. Set on the edge of Luton, Bradgers Hill was recently listed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument, which means this landscape has a tale to tell. With  abundant wildlife, consideration is also being given to making Bradgers Hill a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest.


Our group’s committee currently meets on the second Wednesday of every month. We plan community events ranging from nature walks and bat talks to litter picks, surveys and astronomy evenings as well as social events for members. Check out the events tab and find one that suits you.


Welcome to the ‘Friends of Bradgers Hill’ website.

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Get involved in our Bradgers Hill Litter Pick Events!

Litter Picks

We’re taking part in the UK Butterfly Survey! Find out More.

Butterfly Survey

Andy Grimsey gives another fantastic talk at our May meeting.

Bird Talk

Nuisance Bikes

Successful group “Foraging Walk” with Trevor Tween.

Foraging walk

Dawn Chorus Walk held with Andy Grimsey.

Bird Walk

Lynchet Walk success with Trevor Tween.

Lynchet Walk

‘£1250 ‘Your Say - Your Way’ Funding secured!

New Funding

We’re bidding for funds for new signage on the hill.

Sign Bid

Our Wildlife Weekend event for 2017 was great!

Wildlife Weekend

Action called for over nuisance motorcycles!

The common at the top of Bradgers Hill during snow of 2017.