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July 23, 2012
The QEII Fields Inclusion Fund will give grants of up to £20,000 to projects which will improve access to sport and play facilities for disabled children. Applications to the fund will be welcome from 29th August – the first day of the Paralympic Games – until 29th September 2012.
Alison Moore Gwyn, Chief Executive of Fields in Trust said: ‘The Queen Elizabeth II Fields Inclusion Fund means that QEII Fields can be made as accessible as possible for all children to play on and enjoy. The fund can be used to ensure that the tangible legacy of the Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge fully realised its potential to enrich the lives of all.’
‘Play and activity are the foundation stones on which participation in sport in later life are built. It is vital that disabled children have access to these opportunities and The QEII Fields Inclusion Fund will give grants to ensure these vital first steps are available to all members of a community’ said Barry Horne, Chief Executive of English Federation of Disability Sport
'The QEII Fields Inclusion Fund aims to enable our local green open spaces to become more accessible for all members of the community. We welcome this initiative from Fields in Trust to provide access to all for fun and activity in the fresh air'. Tony Rucinski, Director of Knowledge and Learning, Scope
Make sure you are eligible for this fund by protecting your outdoor space as a Queen Elizabeth II Field – Queen Elizabeth Field in Scotland. To find out more contact email@example.com