Queens Award for Voluntary Service

Fairfield Association Friends

Fairfield Association Friends exists to give people the opportunity to make regular donations to help the Association continue to maintain and improve the different green spaces we all enjoy.

In addition to the regular maintenance and development of all the sites, here are some examples of what the Fairfield Association has done with money raised and donated since 2011:

  • Created the Fairfield Nature Reserve and built two very popular new footpaths.
  • Landscaped the Nature Reserve with new and restored hedges, ponds and scrapes, and created hay meadows which improve the habitat for wildlife and wildflowers every year.
  • Helped create the Aldcliffe Triangle – a beautiful small park on an area of derelict land by the Canal.
  • Maintained, and now are completely renovating Fairfield Playground with a new surface and play equipment.
  • Provided tools and training for volunteers working on the various sites.

How to become a Fairfield Friend

You can become a Fairfield Friend online by completing the online form.

You have the option on the form of choosing whether you wish to pay by standing order, cheque, or bank transfer.

We do not hold any bank details or payment card information. Your personal information (name, email, address) is held securely and will never be shared with any other group or organisation. Read the Fairfield Association Privacy Policy.

Alternatively, become a Friend by post!

If you would prefer to complete a paper form, just download the Fairfield Friend Form, fill it in and post/drop it round to the address given. There is also a gift aid form to fill in if you are a UK taxpayer.

Fairfield Friend Form (PDF 275K)

Fairfield Association Gift Aid Form (PDF 156K)


For more information on The Friends, please contact the Fairfield Friends coordinator, Geoff Oliver, email: