On Sunday 21st November 2021, at a 11.15 a very distinguished guest and long-time volunteer of the Limpsfield Task Force ceremonially planted the OAK TREE on behalf of the Friends of Limpsfield Common (FoLC). Brian Longley, aged 98, did a fabulous job on behalf of the crowd who attended this lovely and very moving community event.Continue reading “A ceremonial oak is planted by a most distinguished resident”
Please find following a message to all lovers and users of Limpsfield Common from the Friends of Limpsfield Common (FoLC Local Committee) on behalf of the National Trust…Continue reading “Limpsfield Common – Update and Plans for 2021”
Below is an update from the National Trust on the animal houses at Ridland’s Grove, Limpsfield Common regarding a temporary closure to the public of some of the houses…Continue reading “Ridlands Grove Animal Houses – Temporary Closure from Today”
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.Continue reading “A Friendly Invitation to Give Your Views on Limpsfield Common”
Over the Easter Weekend, there will be some very special Easter Egg hunts around the “Homes for Woodland Creatures”, Ridlands Grove, Limpsfield Chart, in aid of the George & The Giant Pledge for The Royal Marsden. This is the charity pledge set up by the parents of courageous little cancer fighter, George Woodall.
Continue reading “Join Peter Rabbit’s Easter Egg Hunt for George & The Giant Pledge”