Fields in Trust are delighted to be partnering with Go Jauntly, an app which helps everyone discover local walks and adventures.
The walks are created by those who know and love them, with anyone able to share their own favourite jaunt with fellow app users.
To celebrate Have a Field Day next weekend, the Go Jauntly team have put together a special collection of walks which pass through spaces protected with Fields in Trust.
The collection comprises ten walks, including:
This walk through Barnsbury, north London takes in Culpeper Community Garden which is protected as a Queen Elizabeth II Field. The space includes 56 small plots for local residents and community organisations who don’t have their own gardens or communal areas as well as a pond, wildlife area, rose pergola and tea hut.
Taking in the City of London and passing through Postman's Park, this walk finishes at St Paul's Cathedral where you can relax in Fields in Trust protected St Paul's Churchyard, a green oasis in the midst of the city.
If you're travelling by train this walk is ideal, beginning just outside Peckham Rye station. After picking a route south the second half of the walk takes you into Peckham Rye Park which really does have something for everyone. It was restored in 2005 thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund grant and protected in June 2014.
Take a stroll around picturesque Southwark Park, just a stone's throw from Canada Water on the Jubilee line. The park was opened in 1869 by the Metropolitan Board of Works and was protected at the same time as nearby Peckham Rye Park.
If you're south of the river but fancy a slightly longer jaunt then try this walk which takes in the area around north Rotherhithe including Bermondsey's King George's Field, which was protected way back in August 1938!
Moving back north of the River Thames, here's a walk full of history which allows you to discover Tower Hill Garden, a small space in the heart of the city just across the road from the Tower of London.
Take a trip to trendy Dulwich and explore this Fields in Trust protected space which was first opened back in 1890. Discover all Dulwich Park has to offer including the lake, wildlife garden and café.
Considered to be one of the largest areas of ancient woodlands close to central London, Oxleas Wood is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and home to Severndroog Castle. It was protected as a Queen Elizabeth II Field in November 2012.
A visit to Sheffield isn't complete without taking in Weston Park, which opened to the public in 1875. Home to the Weston Park Museum, the Grade II Listed space is protected as a Centenary Field in memory of the 8,800 soldiers from Sheffield who gave their lives in World War I.
Descend into nature at Rivacre Valley Country Park which includes old woodlands, colourful meadows and the meandering Rivacre Brook running the length of the park and home to kingfishers. It was protected in June 2013 and is perfect for a day out with the family.
Step into a world of outdoor adventure by downloading the Go Jauntly app on iOS in the App Store today. Find the Fields in Trust collection on the home page until Sunday 8th July.
Can't find a walk through your favourite Fields in Trust protected park or green space? Why not create one of your own in the app and showcase everything the space has to offer. Once you've created your walk, host a Have a Field Day on Saturday 7th July and encourage everyone to download the app and explore your walk!
For more information visit the Go Jauntly website or search "Go Jauntly" in the App Store.
Register your Have a Field Day on Saturday 7th July on our website today and receive a free support pack through the post including our 'Top Ten Tips', bunting, and tree spotting and bug hunt cards.