Public not keen to donate money to parks, report finds

Three quarters of the population are due to visit their local park at least once a fortnight during the summer but few are willing to donate money to help run them, research by the University of Leeds has found.

by Sarah Cosgrove
Elm Walk, Temple Newsam Park, Leeds. Image: Tim Green/Flickr
Elm Walk, Temple Newsam Park, Leeds. Image: Tim Green/Flickr

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