About the King George V Playing Field Northleach Charitable Trust

Northleach with Eastington Town Council is the sole charity trustee for the King George V Playing Field Northleach Charitable Trust, registered with the Charities Commission as Charity no. 1082778. The playing field has special status as a Fields in Trust protected site.

History

In 1928, what was then known as Northleach Parish Council purchased land from Lord Sherborne and received an additional parcel of land as a gift to create a public recreation space. Ten years later, in 1939, Mr W J Castle gave another parcel of land for the same purpose and the whole was vested in the King George’s Fields Foundation. Thus in 1940 Northleach King George V Playing Field was born.

Since then the ground has been drained and the playing field surface developed. We now have adult and junior football pitches, a cricket square, two tennis courts, a tennis club hut, Pavilion and car park.

King George V Playing Field Standard Terms and Conditions For Use

Please read the following terms of use for carrying out activities on the playing field.  It also contains our Sports Club User Covid Declaration which must be completed and signed and sent to our Town Clerk clerk@northleach.gov.uk


Minutes of Meetings

As a registered charity, the Trust is managed independently from the Town Council, with separate meetings and its own set of accounts. The trustees usually meet six times a year. The dates and times of these meetings are published on our website and meetings calendar.

For copies of past minutes and information about the Trust, please Contact Us.