We offer a complete integration service encompassing the design, manufacture, installation and commissioning of electrical control systems.

Our facilities include a 60x20 indoor school with training mirrors and a large outdoor arena measuring 60x45 with a full set of showjumps.

Radway became a centre of Puritanism during and after the Commonwealth period. Persecution of Radway's Quakers and the jailing of some led eventually to a small group emigrating in the 1680s to a Quaker colony in Gloucester County, West New Jersey. Letters from New Jersey still survive in the local record office.[4]

The battle exhibition is permanently installed within the beautiful St Peter's Church which is a fine example of gothic revival and is where you can also view the famous effigy of Captain Kingsmill; killed at the Battle of Edgehill.

The village of Radway sits within the battlefield and the exhibition is installed within Radway's St Peter's Church.

Radway is a village and civil parish in Warwickshire about 7 miles (11 km) north-west of Banbury in neighbouring Oxfordshire. The population taken at the 2011 census had reduced to 238.[2]

Projects of all sizes and types are catered for; from simple panels and control software to large highly integrated systems. RCS is an authorised drives distributor for ABB. Our expertise in variable speed drives, motor control and industrial processes allows us to offer a consultancy service which can lead to significant energy savings for the customer.

Saint Peters Church, Tysoe Road, Radway, Warwickshire, CV35 0BS

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School parties: Please advise us of your visit as we can provide children's tables and chairs - available for your use - which we keep in storage, at the church.

Finding adder's tongue fern here hints at the age of this meadow; it should appear between June and August. Summer treats to look for are spires of common spotted orchids, quaking grass and the rounded purple-blue heads of devil's bit scabious. 

Did you know you can report Highways Issues without waiting to speak to a councillor? Contact can be made by phone or on the web. Details are as follows Telephone Number 01926 412515 Web site address http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/reporthighwayproblem

The exhibition is at: Saint Peters Church, Tysoe Road, Radway, Warwickshire, CV35 0BS

A beautiful and classic English village surrounded by a plethora of well signposted public footpaths which you can enjoy at your leisure. The village enjoys its own impressive history, including the architecture and hillside landscaping of the world renowned Sanderson Miller who lived at Radway Grange - in the heart of the village - for much of his life during the 18th century.

Our exhibition is free - but donations are gratefully accepted - and is open during daylight hours virtually every day of the year. Anyone interested in the battle is very welcome to visit the exhibition - it is suitable for all ages, families, organised groups and school parties.

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We provide newly purpose built toilet facilities and from the exhibition you can walk the battlefield, explore the historic village and enjoy the public footpaths up and across the Edgehill escarpment.

The church remains a fully functioning place of worship and traditional ceremonies and religious services continue.

After the Dissolution of the Monasteries under Henry VIII in the 1530s the lands of Radway were granted to various of Henry's circle, notably the Coke family. As the lands were sold over the following years, the manorial system of Radway broke down.

If you fancy foraging visit in autumn for haws from the midland hawthorn and there are also crab apples. 

Our team of BHS qualified instructors are on hand to teach riders from a minimum age of 4 years. Whether you are a complete beginner or aspiring competition rider we have the horses and staff to get the best out of your riding.

Here on Sunday 23rd October 1642 the royalist army of King Charles I engaged the parliamentarian army in the first pitched battle of the English Civil War.

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Modern toilet facilities are available in a separate building behind the church. (Follow the path).

For years, visitors to the battlefield have had precious little to help with their interpretation of this historic place. The exhibition provides a visitor hub and focus for the start or end of your visit to one of Britain's most historic and enigmatic of battlefields.

If there is anything you'd like to see here, or if you'd like to tell people about local clubs, organisations or businesses, please use the form on the Contact Us page

Battlefield & Radway visitor map (PDF) showing public rights of way. A list of suggested walks is shown below.

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Information boards, artefacts, specially commissioned films and interactive displays explain the events of the momentous battle and relate the impact it had upon the ordinary people of Radway and the surrounding area.

We have a great selection of horses and ponies suitable for everyone, but more importantly a wide variety to suit all levels and abilities of rider.

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The Edgehill battlefield remains the largest in Britain and the battle was technically the longest of the entire conflict as military manoeuvres lasted a further two days.


The Radway Battle of Edgehill exhibition allows visitors to explore what happened at the battle, who was involved and why, what weapons were used, what the battlefield has revealed and how the local population experienced this momentous event. The exhibition also asks Was the battle an accident?, Villains or Heroes? and What was Radway like in 1642?

Public footpaths form part of the Battlefields Trust battlefield trail across the battlefield.

This reserve is in a magnificent setting, beneath the wooded scarp slope of Edge Hill. Explore the two meadows and stream bordered by ancient hedgerows. The hedgerows may be 400 years old with a mix of oak, ash, English elm and pear. 

The company operates an ISO9001 quality system covering all aspects of the business process which is subject to regular audits to ensure ongoing compliance at all times. This helps to ensure that a quality product or service is always delivered to our customers. Radway has been providing control systems solutions to industry for 15 years.

We are excited by the things we see God doing and we hope that you find something here that will help you on life’s journey.

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The village is at the foot of Edge Hill and is notable for the Battle of Edgehill, one of the early major engagements of the English Civil War, which was fought in fields around the village and in the adjoining parishes of Ratley and Kineton.