The Land Trust

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The Land Trust is an independent Charitable Trust with influential partners, members and trustees. We manage open spaces on behalf of and in partnership with local communities. We are leading the charge for cost effective solutions to deliver high quality and sustainably maintained open space which preserves the character, value and benefits of our open spaces. We empower people across the country, enabling localism and supporting community ownership. We are driving the Big Society.

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Benefits of green space in their millions!

Great to see more action on benefits of green spaces on people's health, wellbeing and the envirionment!

Charities are today challenging political parties to ‘act for nature’ by introducing new laws to restore nature and increase everyone’s...…

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Prevention is better than cure

Very important to keep mentally active as well as physically active. We work with many mental health organisations, to run programmes...

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Good for health

Interesting research about clock change. Being more active is so important for mental and physical health, especially outdoors in open...

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New appointments made to support The Land Trust's growth

We at The Land Trust are proud to announce a number of key appointments to support our growth.

National open space management charity The Land Trust is boosting its team with the appointment of several key figures as it increases...…

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Village halls struggle to find volunteers

According to a report conducted by Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) , village halls are struggling to find new recruits...

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The greenfield - brownfield debate continues...

This is good news - however, care must be taken when assessing brownfield - as we've identified, some brownfield has more ecological...

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Brown or green - not a black and white issue

With 50% of the world's wildlife lost in the last 40 years, it is really important to support key species, which have colonised...

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