Fields in Trust charity says regular users are likely to be healthier and visit GPs less often

The UK’s parks save the NHS more than £111m every year, according to a report.

Regular users of parks and green spaces are likely to be healthier and make fewer visits to their GP, research by Fields in Trust suggests. The charity estimates such spaces provide more than £34bn of wellbeing benefits , by improving mental and physical health.

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