The following parish facilities are available in Upper and Lower Boddington
Charles Cowper Field
The CCF was partly donated and partly purchased by the village several decades ago. The field is owned by the village and maintained by the Parish Council on behalf of the village. Access can be gained through the village hall car park. It has been home to Boddington cricket club in the past, alas the club no longer exists. There are soccer/rugby goal posts in situ, where the next generation of budding David Beckham’s and Jonny Wilkinson’s can hone their skills. For the youngsters there is a playpark. The Village Hall Committee organise a number of functions for the village, held on the field. The Charles Cowper field remains a valuable village asset.
The Jubilee Field was purchased by the Parish Council in 2012.
The whole site consists of about 3.46 acres of land in Upper Boddington, NN11 6DP, andthere is a small car park for the use of visitors to the field.
The field is attractive for young children with a grass maze adding to their enjoyment during the summer months. There is plenty of seating provided for those wishing to sit quietly whilst admiring the magnificent views over Warwickshire & Oxfordshire as far as Edge Hill or towatch a perfect sunset. The wildflowers are a kaleidoscope of colour in spring & early summer with heads nodding & grasses swaying. Some rough areas have been retained to preserve the established vole population and there are Barn Owls nearby.