Welcome to Hawridge and Cholesbury Commons
42 hectares of common land
designated as a county wildlife site
Hawridge and Cholesbury Commons comprises 42 hectares of privately owned common land, consisting of about 25% grass and bracken with woodland forming the remainder. The owner, Christine Stott and the local Preservation Society (HCCPS) manage the Commons which are designated as a County Wildlife Site.
Hilltop Commons Conservation Group run regular volunteer days as part of their conservation work on the commons. Work can be varied and has included scrub clearance and pond restoration. Tools, hot refreshments and delicious cakes are provided and it's a wonderful way to make new friends whilst enjoying the great outdoors.
HCCPS CELEBRATES 50 YEARS!
The Hawridge and Cholesbury Preservation Society celebrated 50 years since its founding with a reception at the Cricket Pavilion on the Common. Also being celebrated was Christine Stott's 30th anniversary as Lord of the Manor. Past and present committee members, conservation volunteers, sponsors, advisors and other helpers came together to celebrate the Society’s achievements over the last 50 years.
Watch our short film about 50 years on the Commons.
USEFUL LINKS AND INFORMATION
Take a look at our Veteran Trees recently recorded and tagged and saved for all to enjoy.
Download our FREE leaflet for information about the local flora, fauna and history, our contact details and directions to the Commons.
Take a look at the Jubilee Walks which offer a variety of interesting walks on and around the Commons and read our latest Newsletter, or Subscribe and get the latest events and news straight to your inbox.
Read the incredibly informative 'Local Heritage Study' Hawridge and Cholesbury Commons' by Lindsay Griffin.
Committee members records since 1967.