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

 

Play is how children heal. They need to play now, more than ever. #playcatchup

 

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We campaign to prevent the loss of playable space

 

Play is how children heal. They need to play now, more than ever. #playcatchup

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We promote quality and choice in play provision

 

Play is how children heal. They need to play now, more than ever. #playcatchup

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Play is a fun way to be active

We work to increase opportunities for children to play

 

Play is how children heal. They need to play now, more than ever. #playcatchup

 

Tools of the trade (page 1 of 3)

Here's a new section on the London Play website which will feature practical tools to help improve the play experience. Let us know about any useful tools you are aware of and we'll add them.

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Adventure playgrounds and lockdown II

by Fiona on 2020-11-05 14:17:00 UTC

5 November 2020

For adventure playgrounds considering whether to open during the second national lockdown from Thursday 5 November, the rules are not particularly clear. This might help.


Guidance for post lockdown play streets

by Fiona on 2020-06-30 14:15:00 UTC

October 2020 : In light of updated restrictions, London Play's view is that is that there is no reason why play streets should not proceed, with some adjustments. 

 

 

 

While playground remain open, play streets offer one of the safest opportunities for children to exercise their need - and right - to play. This (UPDATED) guidance aims to help residents assess and manage risks of post lockdown play streets.


COVID 19: infection risk reduction

by Fiona on 2020-04-21 15:31:00 UTC

21 April 2020: This briefing provides some guidance for adventure playgrounds considering opening in some limited capacity during the coronavirus pandemic.

 


COVID 19: Help for adventure playgrounds

by Fiona on 2020-04-09 15:35:00 UTC

Help for London adventure playgrounds as they rise to the COVID 19 challenge

09 April 2020: This briefing has been prepared by London Play and A5cend to help London adventure playgrounds as they rise to the challenge during the COVID 19 pandemic. Information on support available, where to access it and help to ensure the survival of adventure playground organisations so that they can continue to support children and families through and beyond this difficult period.

Download it here along with a furlough leave letter and continuity plan


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