Frensham Common is a 922 acres (3.73 km2) heathland near Frensham, Surrey. Owned by the National Trust but managed by Waverley borough council, it is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The common includes Frensham Great Pond (grid reference SU845400) and Little Pond (SU860415) built during the Middle Ages to provide food for the Bishop of Winchester's estate.
The site supports the sand lizard, smooth snake, woodlark, Dartford warbler and nightjar. It includes a scheduled ancient monument called the King's Ridge Barrow. Frensham Cottage on the edge of the common is available to rent from the National Trust. 
Notable events 
In 2010, 86 acres (35 ha) (9%) of the common was destroyed by fire.
- Farnham online[dead link]
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- "Frensham Common Cottage". National Trust. Retrieved 2012-09-03.
- Filming locations for The Mummy from IMDb
- BBC - Surrey heath fire brought under control, 12 July 2010