Thanks to the support of the London Marathon Charitable Trust any Queen Elizabeth II Field in London can apply for a grant of up to £10,000 to fund a project to support and encourage people to get involved in sport, play or recreation.
All kinds of projects are eligible for funding including playground equipment, improvements to facilities and access, outdoor fitness equipment and participation programmes.
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GOOD NEWS - EXTENDED DEADLINE UNTIL JUNE 2013
The Fund was launched in May 2012 but there is still time to apply for funding to improve your QEII Field. Grants already awarded are helping to improve children’s playgrounds, parks, recreation grounds, nature reserves, football and rugby pitches, cricket fields, tennis courts, new floodlighting, outdoor gyms, outdoor table tennis tables as well as activity programmes.
"Fields in Trust’s Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge is helping to deliver the most fantastic legacy from the Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. What's more, their London Legacy Fund is awarding grants of up to £10,000 and helping protect sports pitches and playgrounds right across the capital. I encourage all the Boroughs to get involved with the Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge and take advantage of this chance to make our precious outdoor spaces even better."Boris Johnson, Mayor of London
Please complete the form below to apply for a grant. If you have any queries regarding this Fund please contact Alison McCann, London Grants Officer on email: email@example.com or Tel: 020 7427 2110.
Final Funding Round 15 June 2013
Before you complete the form please view our
London Legacy Fund Guidelines.