Avian flu has struck some Parks. Please be on the lookout for dead birds.

Symptoms:  Ruffled feathers, lethargy or abnormal behavior.

Report to City Parks – 011 712 6600 as dead birds have to be collected and incinerated.

Latest News

  • August-September 2018 update
    AUGUST/SEPTEMBER We continue with the ongoing maintenance of the Park facilities.  The braais...
  • July 2018 News
    FOFS has some overdue thank you’s that we would like to share. THANK ...
  • March/April 2018 update
    MAINTENANCE Adults again  on the Jungle Gym despite the notices so more money...

About FOFS

Thanks to Edward, Nathan and Friedman FOFS was registered in 2006 at the request of the community when the Council took over the finances of all Recreation Centres. At that time the Park was part of the Rec. Centre.

History of Field and Study

This community asset was part of the original Farm Driefontein.. It stretched from Craighall to Bryanston. It was owned by the Wilhelmi family who came to South Africa in 1871. It was one of the first farms proclaimed in 1857.