Cleeve Common is the largest common in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

It is also the highest point on the Cotswolds at 330m. The Common is a conservation area and Site of Special Scientific Interest for its geology, habitats and botany and it contains a wealth of archaeological interest, including three Scheduled Monuments. It is looked after by Cleeve Common Trust.

The Trustees are representatives of local Parishes and Boroughs and the Landowner. They are responsible for the overall management and conservation of Cleeve Common. The Trust is a Registered Charity and Trustees are not paid for their work.