Licences for the second half of the year are now available for those wishing to ride a horse or pony on Cleeve Common. They are valid until the end of February 2020 and cost just £15. Click here to download anapplication form and information sheet.
Every month, Arthur Ball, a local ornithologist, visits Cleeve Common to count numbers of birds along 3 pre-set routes. At the end of the year, he compiles a comprehensive report of his findings. Read all about the birds on the Common in 2018 here.
Whether you are a regular visitor, or have only been once we would really value your thoughts on all things Cleeve Common. If you can spare 5 minutes to complete this very short 10 question survey we would be very grateful. Just click here.
We're working on a series of self-guided walks on Cleeve Common for all ages and interests. The first of these is now available as a free download. Its a circular family walk of 2..3 miles / 3.6 km, suitable for children from Primary school age upwards and of course for adults too. Just click here for the guide or see the full range of downloadable walks.
If you use a professional dog walker and know they walk your dog on Cleeve Common, please check that they have a commercial dog walking licence.
Licence holders have signed up to our Canine Codes, ensuring they are looking after dogs to a high welfare standard and are also exercising them here responsibly. Both aspects are vitally important to ensure that everyone can enjoy this beautiful conservation area together.
If you are a professional dog walker, please click here for details of the Cleeve Common licence.
The Memorial Programme allows local residents to make a donation in memory of a loved one to fund the conservation of Cleeve Common. Donations for this purpose will help to maintain and enhance the Common’s natural beauty as a lasting and fitting tribute to the family members and friends who enjoyed visiting the Common for this very reason. Those making a donation will be able to place a plaque on the Memorial Wall surrounding the Cotswold's highest tree (photo).Read More