Fields in Trust (FIT), previously known as The National Playing Fields Association (NPFA), until rebranding in 2007, is a British charity which aims to protect and promote open spaces for sports and recreation in British cities and towns. As well as campaigning to protect playing fields and open space, the FiT is the owner of the King George's Fields, 471 public recreation grounds set up as a memorial to King George V.

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  • Fields in Trust (FIT), previously known as The National Playing Fields Association (NPFA), until rebranding in 2007, is a British charity which aims to protect and promote open spaces for sports and recreation in British cities and towns. As well as campaigning to protect playing fields and open space, the FiT is the owner of the King George's Fields, 471 public recreation grounds set up as a memorial to King George V. (en)
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  • Fields in Trust (FIT), previously known as The National Playing Fields Association (NPFA), until rebranding in 2007, is a British charity which aims to protect and promote open spaces for sports and recreation in British cities and towns. As well as campaigning to protect playing fields and open space, the FiT is the owner of the King George's Fields, 471 public recreation grounds set up as a memorial to King George V. (en)
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  • Fields in Trust (en)
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