QACA is a small organisation consisting of Members and supporters dedicated to saving the remaining public open spaces around the Quedgeley area.
QACA was started in the late eighties, when the extensive development along Severnvale Drive was beginning. Quedgeley House was demolished in 1980 and QACA members saved its gardens, which is now Quedgeley Nature Reserve, adopted and maintained by Gloucester City Council.
Latest News (Updated 11.02.13)
Through the dedication of its Committee, both past and present , QACA have now become a recognised organisation with strong links with local organisations, the Parish Council and Police.
Copyright protected designed by QACA
To Advertise your Business or Services here Please call 01452 722582
Helping to preserve the last remaining open spaces in Quedgeley
QACA are campaigning to have the bridge reinstated which originally crossed the stream by The Willows/Park Drive. Joining Lilac Way
Last year the City Council cleared the footpath, but alas not provided a new bridge which they took down 10 years ago.
People using the footpath now have to jump the stream, which in heavy rain conditions, can rise to 1 metre in depth, and 1 metre in width.