Rooted in Cumbria

The Federation of Cumbria Commoners is a member-led organisation dedicated to promoting commoning in Cumbria. Our overall aim is to maintain and improve the viability of hill farming on common land.

We want this website to:

  • Inform you about new issues in commoning
  • Let you know what we are doing
  • Make our voice heard all over the world and much more

Commons Council may be creeping forward

Very little has happened about establishing a commons council over the summer (that's if we could call it a summer) as I  have been waiting for Defra to respond to some key questions. I’m pleased to report that things now seem to be moving on the commons council front.

Summer Newsletter is now out

Our Summer newsletter has been sent to all our members. We also make our newsletter available for downloading see below.

If you wish to receive a copy in the post, please join the Federation by filling in our mebembership form, also see below.

 

Minchinhampton Retrospective Compensation Scheme

Many of you will have received letters from the RPA saying that your application for compensation has been successful, or for some, unsuccessful. You should also receive payment and a remittance advice soon. We understand that the RPA will not be able to provide a detailed breakdown of how the payment is calculated.

Michael Gove sets out his vision on the future of our natural environment

For what it's worth you can read Michael Gove's recent speech (21st July) : The Unfrozen Moment - Delivering A Green Brexit here

Proud and delighted that the Lake District is to be a world heritage site.

The Federation of Cumbria Commoners is delighted that the Lake District National Park is to be a world heritage site.

Response from MoD to objections to de-register Warcop Common

We have received a copy of the MoD's solicitor reply to all the representations to their applciation to deregister Murton, Hilton and Warcop commons.

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