Parks and green spaces in the UK are under threat and it is up to all of us to stem this cycle of disappearance and decline. We believe that everyone, irrespective of who they are and where they live should have the right to enjoy and benefit from local parks and green spaces.
Parks and green spaces are proven to help people stay physically and mentally well; places where we can all move, breathe, run and play. They are an important tool to drive social cohesion, combat loneliness and build community spirit.
Fields in Trust is an independent charity with over 90 years’ experience protecting parks and green spaces. We work with landowners, community groups and policy makers to champion the value of our parks and green spaces to achieve better protection for their future at both local and national level.
Fields in Trust champions and supports our parks and green spaces by protecting them for people to enjoy in perpetuity. Because once green spaces are lost, they are lost forever.
Partnerships with landowners are crucial, Fields in Trust works with nearly 300 local authorities, over 650 town, parish and community councils and over 150 private landowners who have at least one park or green space protected in perpetuity. We aim to extend this reach further and increase both the number of partnerships we have with landowners and the number of parks and green spaces we protect.
Our Head Office is located in London and we operate throughout the UK.
Staff Team: Our staff team will assist you to protect, support and champion your parks and green spaces
Our Trustees: Our knowledgeable and experienced Trustees generously volunteer their time and expertise in support of our work
Royal Patrons: Since we were established in 1925, we have benefitted from the support of our Royal Patron and Presidents
History: We are proud of our long history protecting parks and green spaces
Our Strategy: Green Spaces for Good isn’t just the name of our new strategy, it is the essence of what we do and why we do it
Impact Report: The annual Fields in Trust Impact Report details our work to protect, support and champion parks and green spaces
Charities Forum: We're a member of The Charities Forum, founded in 2006 by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry