Holmwood Common

Important notice -

Due to the highly sensitive conservation status of the Surrey Hills AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), we do not allow barbeques or any type of flame at Box Hill. Thank you for your cooperation

Ancient common once owned by King Harold and William the Conqueror

A cyclist on bike in  front of a view of Surrey Hills

Planning an event in the Surrey Hills?

If you would like to host an event on National Trust land, or your sporting event includes routes on National Trust land, please email us at: surreyhills@nationaltrust.org.uk. Please contact us at least eight weeks before the event date. We know how important events are to organisers and participants. Please help us ensure events are safe and legal for both participants and our visitors.

Holmwood Common

History

Discover more about the past

Holmwood Common

Get involved

Volunteering taster day at Fell Foot

Volunteering in the current situation  

Volunteers have always been at the heart of the work of the National Trust in caring for nature, beauty and history and we are really grateful for your interest in volunteering with us.

Holmwood Common circular trail sign

Find out about the Friends of Holmwood Common 

The Friends of Holmwood Common are people with close links with the Common and play an important role in helping us look after it.

Holmwood Common

Our work

Image of path line with trees to onside at Limpsfield Common

Ash dieback in the Surrey Hills 

Ash dieback is a growing concern across the country including at many National Trust properties and we will sadly see the decline and death of many – maybe the majority - of ash trees over the next few years.