The Walberswick Common Lands Charity is an independent body with its origins dating back to the 1800’s. It has been a registered charity since 1901. It is the largest landowner in the Village, responsible for custody of over 162 acres (65 hectares) of land in and around Walberswick.
The Charity uses the income from its land & properties to manage and conserve the environment and to provide charitable benefit to the Village. The Charity currently has over 100 property agreements. These include access and car parking licences, leases and annual agreements.
Annual Parish Meeting – May 2022
The presentation by the Walberswick Common Lands Charity to the Annual Parish Meeting was made via video this year. If you were unable to attend the meeting and would like to see the presentation, you can do so by following this link: https://youtu.be/QQ2_raafgE8
Functional permanent endowment land is indicated in ORANGE on the map.
Other Charity land is in DARK BLUE. These areas are Bennett's Copse, Bennett's Drift and two sections of Sandy Lane
Boundaries are indicative only
For legal boundaries, refer to the relevant title plan
The image at the top shows the Cover of Walberswick Town Marsh Book 1815