Trustees of Chislehurst Commons
Chislehurst Commons comprises 180 acres of woods, grassland, heathland and several ponds in and around Chislehurst in the London Borough of Bromley.
The privately owned land has been preserved for the benefit and enjoyment of the community under an Act of Parliament passed in 1888.
Under this law, a voluntary Board of Trustees has legal responsibility for managing and maintaining the Commons as a registered charity.
The land is not maintained by the Borough of Bromley or the National Trust and does not fall under the remit of The Chislehurst Society. Upkeep of the Commons costs £100k a year which must be raised through grants and charitable donations.
The charity employs two salaried Keepers who work full-time on maintaining the land. Local volunteers give up 2,000 hours a year to assist them with conservation work.
All donations are gratefully received.
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T: 020 8467 1886
Charity No: 1028121
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