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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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People moving less and less

Concerning article about our sedentary lifestyles. This negatively impacts mental and physical health. We are trying to combat this by...

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Reduced council tax for volunteering

This sounds an interesting concept - we have many opportunities for volunteers at all of our parks across the country. Volunteers are...

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Government must wake up to the importance of parks

We agree! Long term funding is vital for managing parks for now and for future generations!

‘The Government must wake up to the fact that local councils need adequate funding to maintain equipment and employ enough staff to keep...…

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Rethinking Everton Park

Great to see Everton Park in The Guardian in a piece about the Rethinking Parks project. Our long term funding model for green spaces...

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Call for long-term funding of green public open spaces

Investing upfront secures green open spaces long-term. This is the key.

National land management charity, the Land Trust has issued a warning to government, planning and development professionals that new...…

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Cycling is good for the heart and soul

Cycling, as well as being good for the environment is also great for health. Our parks are a great place to cycle and keep fit.

Cycling is as green as it gets. There are no emissions, you get fit doing it and save money. But the key event in the cycling world's...…

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