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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 in the news (page 9 of 9)

We like to have the odd rant on the radio to get the message out to the masses - and anyone influential who might be listening - about how important play is. Sometimes we even get in the papers or go on TV! See and hear what we've had to say lately in the public arena here.

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Go Kart kids in Mudchute Farm battle

by Fiona on June 18, 2013

18 June 2013 I East London Advertiser

It wasn’t exactly Formula 1 when teams of youngsters turned up for Sunday’s Go-Kart Big Race at Mudchute Farm on the Isle of Dogs. But it was fun, nailing their carts together then racing them down the muddy slopes behind the horse stables


Traffic bans to let children play safely in streets

by administrator on March 26, 2013

26 March 2013 I Evening Standard

More streets across London are to be closed to traffic to allow children to play in them safely.

Following successes in Hackney, Sutton, Westminster and Waltham Forest, the Street Play project, organised by campaign group London Play and supported by the Department of Health, is to be expanded by the end of the year to include Haringey, Croydon, Enfield, Newham and Tower Hamlets. 

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