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We want to give them more chances to play outside their homes

 

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We campaign to prevent the loss of playable space

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We promote quality and choice in play provision

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Play is a fun way to be active

We work to increase opportunities for children to play

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London Play press releases (page 5 of 6)

If you wanna know what's going on at London Play right now - you're in the right place. Press releases, statements and announcements from us will show up here.

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Steg of the Swamp wows AliPali kids

by Fiona on May 09, 2014

09 May 2014 I London Play

Those rumours you’ve heard about dinosaurs roaming the hinterlands of Haringey’s Alexandra Park are all true. 


Final piece for London Play Street jigsaw

by Fiona on March 18, 2014

18 Mar 2014 I London Play

LONDON: Children in every part of London could soon have the freedom to play on the streets where they live thanks to new funding from the Big Lottery.


Fit and healthy childhoods?

by Fiona on February 03, 2014

03 February 2014

London Play is to contribute ideas for practical policies to ensure that British kids enjoy a fit and healthy childhood via a new all party parliamentary group.

 

 


Festive fun in Grandma's Footsteps

by Fiona on December 13, 2013

 

13 Dec 2013 I London Play

As families prepare to come together to celebrate, eat, drink, reminisce and play together over the festive season, London Play has released an online resource that could pave the way for richer, more playful interactions between the generations.


Dracula's cousin arrives for Halloween

by Fiona on October 17, 2013

19 Oct 2013 I London Play

Somewhat less bloodthirsty than Dracula, a more unassuming bat has taken up residence in Tottenham.
 


Health backing for play streets

by Fiona on August 16, 2013

16 Aug 2013 I London Play

LONDON: More children will soon be playing out in the streets where they live in London and across England thanks to a funding boost from the Department of Health. 


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