Fieldfare works with people with disabilities and countryside managers to improve access to the countryside for everyone.
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.
Fieldfare have recently created a new website www.phototrails.org.- Phototrails is an innovative concept that allows users to view countryside routes through a series of photographs and descriptions of the path features, taking in surface, path width, gradients, barriers and amenities such as seats, disabled parking, and accessible toilets, all of which, to some, is important information to know before making the decision on whether to visit a site or not. It is hoped that the website will be particularly useful to people with disabilities and will allow disabled people make up their own mind if a trail is accessible to them by using the information provided.
The Fieldfare Trust is a company limited by guarantee and is a registered Charity Number 327056 (England & Wales), SC039988 (Scotland)
If you would like to raise money for the Fieldfare Trust, you can build an online fundraising page at www.justgiving.com/fieldfare/raisemoney.
Supporters can now also donate via text – just Text FARE27 £ xx (however much you would like to donate) to 70070 to donate to The Fieldfare Trust Ltd. JustTextGiving by Vodafone
You can now support the Fieldfare Trust whilst you shop!
There is no additional expenses to supporters – the retailer pays a percentage of the amount spent to Fieldfare.To sign up and support us is easy as pie – just register at http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/fieldfaretrust
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