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Play trees - both upright and fallen - make oh-so-simple, but oh-so-brilliant play features. Children are drawn to them like bees to honey - to climb, balance, jump and swing from them, or as props in elaborate games of make believe. And they don't cost very much either - now that's what we call 'play value'.
A popular tree in a borough where many residents live in flats - Waterside Adventure Playground, Islington
Balancing the grin - Woodberry Down Estate, Hackney
Perfect for balancing - Lloyd Park in Waltham Forest
Could you resist climbing this? Waterside Adventure Playground, Islington
Fallen play tree at Lloyd Park, Waltham Forest
Trunk hopping at Downhills Park, Haringey
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