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There are many ways in which you can get involved in the programme.
As part of the Centenary Fields programme we are engaging landowners across the UK encouraging them to dedicate land to honour the memory of the millions of people who lost their lives in World War I. There's still plenty of ways you can get involved, however, from helping us to identify potential Centenary Fields to holding a Centenary Have a Field Day on your local site. Find out more about the many ways you can get involved in the programme below.
Sites across the UK have already been dedicated as part of the Centenary Fields programme. Find out more about the sites already protected as part of the programme and find your nearest protected Centenary Field.
As part of its dedication each site receives a Centenary Fields plaque. Many newly protected sites choose to hold a dedication or unveiling ceremony and formally reveal their new plaque.
We are working hard identify potential Centenary Fields, but we need your help as well. Is there a local green space near you with a memorial or some historical link to WWI that you think would make a great Centenary Field? Let us know!
Your support will help us to protect and improve parks, playing fields and playgrounds across the UK. Donate now to help us ensure important memorial spaces are protected forever.
Centenary Fields is being delivered in partnership with The Royal British Legion. Find out how you can get involved with the programme if you are a member of a local Royal British Legion Branch.
Any community event held on a Fields in Trust protected site is eligible to be registered as a Have a Field Day and receive a free goodie box of support materials. If you have an event on your local Centenary Field we can send you a special Centenary Have a Field Day goodie box.