We have an expanding programme to raise awareness of Cleeve Common, what makes it such a special place and how we can conserve it for the future. Here are some aspects of this work:

Guided walks

Walks on Wheels Event

Walks on Wheels Event

We run a number of guided walks during the course of the year to show people various aspects of the Common and talk about our conservation programme. See the Diary page for upcoming events.

Liaison with local groups

We seek to engage with key individuals in local groups in activities on the Common such as cycling, horse riding, mountain boarding and kite-flying. Where appropriate, we aim to agree a Code of Conduct (see the ‘Visiting’ pages). We also work with the Cotswolds AONB to promote access to the Common for people in wheelchairs or buggies – the ‘Walks on Wheels’ programme.

Schools liaison

We hope to build up our contact with local schools and facilitate field trips to Cleeve Common. We are also in contact with schools that run recreational activities on the Common such as orienteering exercises.


We can on occasions provide a speaker to talk to local groups who have a strong interest in Cleeve Common (and we have some wonderful pictures!). Please contact us to enquire about a booking.


We will be expanding the contents of this website to make it a valuable repository of news and information about Cleeve Common.

Interpretation boards

During this year we will be putting up information boards for visitors, showing a map of the Common and highlighting the main features of the habitat and wildlife.

Leaflets and maps

Our visitor leaflet can be downloaded in two parts - the outer and inner leaflet - and we are working on other publications to assist visitors.