As it suggests Springfields was named due to the many natural springs in the area.
This has enabled us to create three natural spring fed ponds set in two acres which has become a natural haven for many bird species including Kingfishers, Canada Geese who breed on the island on the largest pond, a variety of wild duck species and the greater horseshoe bat.
A survey by the RSPB recorded the presence of bullfinch, buzzard, dunnock, green woodpecker, lesser and greater spotted woodpeckers, house martin, house sparrow, linnet, mistle thrush, skylark, song thrush, sparrowhawk, spotted flycatcher, stock dove, swallow, tawny owls, yellowhammer, barn owl.
The ponds are stocked with coarse fish for anyone wanting to fish the pond (environment Agency fishing license required.)
In the surrounding farmland we have a large population of rabbits, badgers and foxes.