Please support Fields in Trust and keep these places safe for your children and grandchildren to enjoy and cherish. Forever.

Supporting Fields in Trust with a gift in your will means that you are helping to ensure that future generations will always have parks and green spaces as part of their communities.

Please contact us if you have a loved one that you would like to pay tribute to, or if there is a park or green space that is special to your family. We would be honoured to help you plan a legacy for someone you love.

"Our children grew up playing here"


"I would hate to think that this special place won’t be here for my grandchildren"


"I taught my granddaughter how to fly a kite in this park"


"We chose our first house because of the lovely park just around the corner"


Our work delivers a legacy of permanently protected parks and green spaces across the UK.

By leaving us a gift in your will you can contribute to this legacy and ensure that the spaces you enjoyed throughout your life will be there for future generations to enjoy.


How to include a gift in your will

Thank you for considering leaving a gift in your will to Fields in Trust. There are several different ways you can remember us in your will. You do not need to pledge a large amount because every penny and action of support makes a difference.

It is straightforward and easy to leave a gift in your will, but you'll find the information below answers the essentials.


What are the types of gift you might want to consider?

There are three main kinds of gifts that you could leave in your will:

  • Percentage gift – this is a share of all or part of what is left over once all other gifts have been taken into account. Also referred to as a ‘residuary gift’
  • Cash gift – this is a fixed amount of money left to a person or an organisation. Also referred to as a ‘pecuniary gift’
  • Specific gift – a particular item – such as a house, painting or jewellery

Your chosen solicitor will require the following information about Fields in Trust:

Fields in Trust, Woodstock Studios, 36 Woodstock Grove, London, W12 8LE.
Registered charity numbers 306070 (England and Wales) SC040357 (Scotland)

If you decide that you need to find a solicitor, we recommend searching with the Law Society for England & Wales or the Law Society for Scotland.


How does a gift in my will affect my tax position?

The money and assets left in your estate may be subject to Inheritance Tax, for up-to-date information on rates, reliefs and exemptions we recommend reading the advice on the UK Government website.

To explore the advantages of making a gift to charity, we recommend reading the up-to-date advice of the Money Advice Service. A reputable Inheritance Tax solicitor will be able to offer you detailed, tailored advice on your individual circumstances.


Thank you for considering this very special way of supporting us.

Further advice and in-depth information writing a will is available:

If you are interested in learning more about how you can give a legacy, please get in touch.