A Friendly Invitation to Give Your Views on Limpsfield Common

We are incredibly lucky to have Limpsfield Common on our doorstep. This beautiful area of ancient common on the Greensand Ridge is owned by the National Trust and a mixture of heathland, woodland and open space, enjoyed by walkers, riders, golfers, cyclists, children and adults alike.

With all sorts of activities and attractions including bike pits, community orchard, the hugely popular homes for woodland creatures (animal houses), walking routes, bridleways, golf course, cricket, air raid shelters and much more besides, it’s a wonderful asset for both the local community and visitors. 

The Friends of Limpsfield Common is a small, local and not for profit organisation that supports the conservation, care and enjoyment of Limpsfield Common.  They are amazing people who dedicate a huge amount of time and effort into making sure the common is open for all to enjoy. 

Working with the National Trust, their aim is to raise the profile of Limpsfield Common across the Community and provide opportunities for local people and visitors to become members to help maintain the area for future generations. 

“The Friends” have put together a Survey asking for information and views about the Common, how you use it, what you love about it and how it could be improved. 

Please take 2 minutes to fill out the online survey – it’s really easy.


or find it on the Friends’ Facebook page – @folimpsfieldcommon 

Friends of Limpsfield Common undertake a range of Voluntary tasks in order to promote Limpsfield Common to the local community and are always looking for new members and volunteers. 

As a Member you are actively supporting this cause and your Membership fee (£10) goes directly to the care and upkeep of Limpsfield Commons.

Please email: friendsoflimpsfieldcommon@gmail.com for more information.  

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