Have a Field Day is a national celebration of our parks and green spaces, taking place on the first Saturday of July each year. Next year, Have a Field Day will be Saturday 6th July when thousands of people across the UK will come together on their parks and green spaces to celebrate why they are so special to their local communities.

Have a Field Day is all about having fun at your local park with friends, family and the community. Other than that, what your event looks like is completely up to you! Perhaps you'll have a party in the park, a sports day, a village fete, or maybe you'll join others across the country enjoying a Have a Field Day picnic!

Have a Field Day 2018

An estimated 30,000 people across the UK came together on their parks and green spaces to celebrate Have a Field Day on Saturday 7th July 2018. Events to take place ranged from small community picnics to large parties and fetes. Read more about what happened on Have a Field Day 2018.

Help with your Have a Field Day

Whilst what happens at your Have a Field Day is up to you, we'll still be there to support you every step of the way! All registered events receive downloadable support content to help with the planning of the event as well as a small support pack through the post to ensure things run smoothly on the day. Details of the support ofering for Have a Field Day in 2019 will be revealed soon.

Register your interest in Have a Field Day 2019

Interested in hosting a Have a Field Day party or picnic in your park on Saturday 6th July 2019? Fantastic! Just complete the form below and we'll send you an email to let you know when registration opens. We will keep your details safe and will only send you information about Have a Field Day 2019, in accordance with our Privacy Policy.


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