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The Calvert Trust 1976年3月成立，現在在英格蘭有三處中心
The Calvert Trust came in to existence as a charity on 12th March 1976; this is the date that Lake District Calvert Trust was first registered as a charity. The Calvert Trust is the inspiration of John Fryer-Spedding, whose vision was to enable people with disabilities to benefit from outdoor activities in the countryside.
Despite Harold McMillan stating that the National Parks are "for all people for all time” in 1951 when the first Park opened, John Fryer-Spedding realised this was not quite true, and that a lack of accessible facilities restricted people with disabilities from truly enjoying our beautiful countryside and benefiting from outdoor activity.