Pump Room Gardens Restoration Project

In June 2018, work began to restore the Pump Room Gardens back to their original glory as part of Royal Leamington Spa’s fabulous Spa Gardens, alongside Jephson’s Gardens and Victoria Park.

The £1.4m project includes almost £1m from the Heritage Lottery Fund Parks for People programme, with further contributions from the Friends of the Pump Room Gardens and Warwick District Council. 

The project focused on restoring the Victorian bandstand and reinstating key features from the 19th century, including planting, benches and paths, as well as a reinterpretation of the original Rain Garden. 

About the Pump Room Gardens restoration project.

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Get involved

Community engagement volunteers

Do you want to make a difference to your local community? Do you love being outdoors? Do you enjoy working with people? We are looking for volunteers to help people use and enjoy their local green spaces, including the Pump Room Gardens and other parks in the district.

Find out more about community engagement volunteering.

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Further information

Rediscovering a lost art

Meet the artisans and craftspeople who are keeping English traditions alive and discover how they have restored Royal Leamington Spa’s dilapidated bandstand to its former glory.

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