Friends of Ludshott & Passfield Commons

Ludshott Common is part of the ancient heathland and woodland in Hampshire © Joe Cornish

Ludshott Common is part of the ancient heathland and woodland in Hampshire

The Friends of Ludshott and Passfield Commons are a group  who support the National Trust's work in the Ludshott area.

Our activities are administered by the local volunteer Ludshott Commons Committee.

Our annual membership fee of £5 goes towards supporting the Trust in the upkeep of Ludshott and several, less well-known adjoining areas of heath, wood pasture, ancient woodland and also the beauty spot at Waggoners Wells.

Our social and fund-raising events, guided walks, Christmas tree sales are advertised in a twice yearly newsletter called 'Commons Link' produced by the committee.

In addition, we promote these on posters in the car parks which give access to our open spaces and at various sites in the surrounding villages.

Volunteers are welcome and do tasks from scrub cutting and clearing, wildlife and plant surveys to helping in the office.

Get in touch

To find out more, please contact: