The Fieldfare Trust – what we do

The Fieldfare Trust is an independent national charity which works with people with disabilities and countryside manager with a core aim of achieving more and better access for disabled people to a wide range of outdoor landscapes including national parks, the urban fringe and the wider countryside. In pursuing this objective the Trust has worked closely with the disabled community to ensure that solutions to access difficulties are addressed in line with current best practice and public policy in relation to disability issues.

For countryside service providers we provide advice and training services, supported by our research into national standards for accessibility under the BT Countryside for All Project.

For members of the public we run projects which can enable them to take action locally, provide information on accessible places to visit and run events like the Fieldfare  Challenge which encourages young people to get active in the countryside.

The Fieldfare Trust is a company limited by guarantee and is a registered Charity Number 327056 (England &Wales) SC0039988 (Scotland)

To find out more about the work of  the Fieldfare Trust please visit our website www.fieldfare.org.uk

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