Coram’s Fields is a ‘safe space’ for London families as they raise money for new play tower

A new campaign is looking to improve playtime for kids in the capital.

The 7-acre space of Coram’s Fields in the Borough of Camden is fairly unique, boasting football pitches, tennis courts, a playground, even a pets corner – and most importantly it’s a safe space for families to come with their kids to enjoy.

They’re looking to raise funds for the construction of a new play tower and are only letting children vote on the designs.

To hear more about the initiative and the space itself, I’ve been speaking to their CEO.

For more information about that campaign and Coram’s Fields – you can head to their website.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 5th June 2024

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