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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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Play Street Carousel

 

The Play Street Carousel is a unique project that harnesses the power of play to strengthen bonds between neighbours, even as the pandemic keeps us all apart. 

Over the next few months, from January 2021, a suitcase full of art materials and audio-visual recording equipment will be passed between households on a street, on the ‘Play Street Carousel’. Covid-safe protocols will be in place. 

Each household will use the materials to document a street game of their choosing. We hope to see games collected from across generations, cultures and household types. The submissions will be collected by London Play and collated into a ‘recipe book of street play’ and a film of the project will also be made. These will provide a wonderful legacy of a strange time in history; and the book of games will become a valuable idea trove for future play streets. 

When the day arrives that we are able to gather and play on the street again, we hope to run events on each of the participating eight streets to celebrate. Residents will have the chance to play their games together and watch the film featuring their contributions. 

With two participating streets in each of four boroughs: Croydon, Haringey, Kingston and Redbridge; we hope that the eight Play Street Carousel street parties will go down in history. We are already looking forward to it!

The project will run from January - June 2021; after which time we hope to resume our usual Playful Communities project with an explosion of play on the street following months of limited lives. 

For more information on this project contact catherine@londonplay.org.uk

 

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