Friends of Holmwood Common
The Friends of Holmwood Common was founded in 2000. They welcome others who value the Common and enjoy its woodland and open spaces.
Holmwood Common is an ancient common that was once owned by King Harold and William the Conqueror in Surrey. We are a group of people who value Holmwood Common and enjoy its woodland and open spaces. We are a network of eyes & ears helping to look after the Common.
We have a hard-working committee, elected by the Members, in order to reflect and represent our interests. We aim to represent the community in responding to local issues that may affect
the Common; and our committee is in regular dialogue with National Trust.
Our goals include creating awareness of the natural history and ecology of the Common; and our major concern is conservation for future generations.
Take a look at our latest newsletter