• Providing Family Homes

    Providing Family Homes

    At the end of the physical regeneration 1353 energy efficient family homes will have been built in Camp Hill.

  • Helping Community Groups

    Helping Community Groups

    Camp Hill Community Chest has handed out over £32,000 to community groups since its inception on 2010.

  • Proud of our Wonderful Supporters

    Proud of our Wonderful Supporters

    Camp Hill Young Person’s Holiday Scheme patron, renown author Rosie Goodwin, has been invaluable in helping to raise money for the Scheme.

  • Keeping Residents Informed

    Keeping Residents Informed

    Camp Hill News has been keeping residents informed since March 2000


Pride in Camp Hill (PinCH) is a community regeneration partnership which aims to deliver transformational change for Camp Hill.

PinCH  aims to work with the community to help Camp Hill to be a thriving and sustainable area through a series of physical, social and service delivery improvements.

We started in 1998 and our efforts have resulted in a transformed community with over 800 new homes, a new village centre, new business opportunities and  improved road layout.  The many awards and accolades we have won from professional organisations over the last 20 years are testament to this.

Our early years focused on working extensively and closely with the local community developing a variety of externally funded programmes to support skills development, training, employment, recreational and environmental improvements, alongside the construction of new homes and businesses. More recently we have been focusing on supporting the Pride in Camp Hill Management Board, developing stewardship arrangements, providing the community with it’s very own local newsletter and dedicated website and maintaining support to implement the final housing programme.

In February 2017 the Warwickshire County Council Cabinet agreed the need to make savings including reviewing support to PinCH. In the absence of a dedicated PinCH team Warwickshire County Council would still continue to support Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council to deliver the final housing programme and would continue to be represented on the PinCH Board but the remaining activities would cease.

The public consultation with regard to these proposals has now begun.  Please let Warwickshire County Council know how you feel about this issue by taking part.  For more information on how to take part go to our Consultation on Pride in Camp Hill page or just pop into the CHESS Centre where you can pick up a consultation form from reception.  Thanks.

If you’re looking for the latest news have a look at our Stop Press announcements below.

Stop Press – have a look at our Heatwave Alert news item for tips on how to keep yourself and those around you cool in the hot weather

Stop Press – the new August issue of Camp Hill News is now available for download from our ‘Camp Hill News’ page or if you would like it emailed to you let us know on our ‘Contact’ page.  Alternatively pop in to the CHESS Building on Cedar Road, Co op Store on Cedar Road or Copper Beech Cafe on Copper Beech Road to pick up a copy.  If you have any comments or suggestions on Camp Hill News we would love to hear from you too.——————————————————————————————————–

How to Contact us

If you want to contact us about anything please get in touch using one of the methods below.

Call – 024 7639 9093

Email – community.office@prideincamphill.co.uk

Website – use our Contact Form