Bradley Stoke’s Jubilee Green in Savages Wood Road has been nominated in a campaign to protect outdoor recreational spaces in communities all across the country.
The Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge aims to mark two major events in 2012 – The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London 2012 Olympics – by designating 2,012 outdoor recreational spaces across the UK as a permanent living legacy of these great events.
The Fields in Trust (FIT) scheme will safeguard the recreational areas through legal means by placing covenants on the land, meaning they have to remain in recreational use forever.
Members of the public have been asked to vote for the fields they would like to see protected.
Take action: Vote for Jubilee Green, Bradley Stoke!
Voting opened on Tuesday 18th October and runs for a month.
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