If you would like to help us to sustain the rare habitats and ecological diversity for which Southrepps Commons are renowned and which make them interesting, enjoyable and safe places to visit, why not consider joining Southrepps Commons Trust as a Friend? Anyone who shares the Trust's aims can become a Friend, and this simple act costs you nothing yet helps us show potential sponsors that we are a representative, community-based organisation worthy of their support.
As a Friend, you have a say in what we do, with voting rights at any General Meeting. Trustee Meetings are advertised and open to all. There is no subscription, and we won't pass on your name or contact details.
Click here for an online form to enrol up to four people at the same address as Friends.
Your interest is very much appreciated and we welcome your offer of help. Norfolk Wildlife Trust will soon assume ownership of Southrepps Common, and with it the management of volunteers, who will be the same committed group as before. When the transfer happens you will be asked if you would like to register as a volunteer with Norfolk Wildlife Trust.
Helping in other ways: please don't hesitate to ask for details of how you can help by volunteering for The Trust.