King George V Playing Field
(Mill Lane, Enderby)
CHARITY - 1086033
The King George V Playing Field, Mill Lane, Enderby, is a registered charity for which the Parish Council is the sole corporate trustee. It is named after King George V and is one of many playing fields dedicated as a national memorial after the King's death in 1936.
The area overseen by the King George V Playing Field Management Committee (4.383 acres) includes Enderby Bowls Club and Enderby Lawn Tennis Club, Car Parking facility, Children's fenced play area, Woodland area and recreation ground.
Management of the land is subject to conditions enshrined in law via the Charity Commission. The charity is also monitored by the Fields in Trust (formerly the National Playing Fields Association) which provides guidance to the Council in its role as trustee.
Hire of King George V Playing Field (Mill Lane Recreational Ground)
Income from the charity comes mainly from Licence and Hire fees paid by users of the field. The Enderby Parish Council supports the Charity financially.
King George V Playing Field may be hired. For more details follow the link below.
Management Committee Meetings
Matters pertaining to the King George V Playing Field will be considered by the Trustees (Members of Enderby Parish Council) during Management Committee meetings.
The Agenda and Minutes for meetings are published on the Calendar of meetings page.
Deed of Gift & Conveyance of Land
Accounts can be found on the Charity Commission page - more details are available on the Charity Commission Website (link below).