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Our partners have helped Fields in Trust protect forever parks and playing fields across the UK

Fields in Trust Awards

Below is just a selection of the companies to have supported our work over the past twelve months.


 

ProludicProludic

Proludic Ltd are proud to be supporting and partnering with Fields in Trust throughout 2016 as their Charity Of The Year.

Established in 1988, family run Proludic firmly believe in putting children at the heart of everything they do. They know that protecting open spaces so that children have the freedom to play outdoors is essential in the UK, particularly with rising concerns over childhood obesity and inactivity.

Proludic are getting behind Fields in Trust in a whole range of ways and Fields in Trust members can also enjoy 15% off play and sports equipment from Proludic.

 


 

Halcyon GalleryHalcyon Gallery

Saturday 27th June 2015 saw Fields in Trust President HRH The Duke of Cambridge play in the seventh Royal Polo Day, hosted by the Halcyon Gallery. Held at Manor Farm, Cowdray Park, the Halcyon Gallery team of world class players, led by The Duke played against the home team El Remanso. The game was closely contested under clear skies, with the Halcyon Gallery team winning the coveted Chihuly Trophy. Another of the Prince's charities, The Royal Marsden, also benefitted from The Duke’s polo skill.

 


 

Campey Turf Care SystemsCampey Turf Care Systems

We were delighted that Campey Turf Care Systems sponsored the Man of the Match Award at our pro-celebrity cricket match against the Lord's Taverners.

"Campey Turf Care Systems was delighted to sponsor the Fields in Trust versus The Lord’s Taverners cricket match. The company is one of the industries strongest advocates for natural turf playing surfaces and devotes its energy, expertise and product lines to producing and maintaining the best natural turf surfaces possible. Through education Campeys explain the merits of natural turf at grass roots level for sports and play and works with Fields in Trust to actively promote its continuing use by local authorities and councils."
Ian Pogson, Campey Turf Care Systems

 


 

The Caravan Club - Tourer ExplorerThe Caravan Club - Tourer Explorer

In summer 2015 The Caravan Club launched a new family focused initiative on 65 designated Tourer Explorer sites encouraging children to go exploring, follow treasure trails and take part in explorer challenges. All of these activities will be promoted by the Tourer Explorer mascots, Andy Venture and Holly Day.

Fields in Trust is delighted to be in partnership with The Caravan Club, who have donated 10% of profits made from the sale of Tourer Explorer pocket-money items to Fields in Trust. These fun explorer products are available on all 65 Tourer Explorer sites as well as via The Caravan Club website.

 


 

PlaydalePlaydale

Playdale started in 1978 by fixing the playground equipment at their local playing field - King George's Field in Haverthwaite, protected by Fields in Trust. In 2015 Playdale celebrated our partnership by hosting a Have a Field Day for their staff on this field!

Playdale Team Leader Matt McGinley ran the London Marathon 2016 for Fields in Trust.

Matt McGinley"I ran the London Marathon for Fields in Trust as keeping parks and green spaces open for future generations is so important. The team were so supportive all the way along with ideas to help fundraising and encouragement. To have a training day at Twickenham and a reception at BAFTA in London after the race with complementary food, drink and massage was the icing on the cake! It was an amazing experience, I would recommend it to anybody. Thanks to all the team."

Fields in Trust members also get 15% off playground equipment from Playdale.

 


 

PlaydaleGroundwork

Groundwork sponsored the Fields in Trust Young Champion Award at our 2015 and 2016 Awards Ceremonies. The 2015 award was won by George Friend for his work at Aubrey Meads Play Area in Bristol, whilst Toni Dixon was the 2016 recipient for her conservation work with North West Kent Countryside Partnership.