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Advice and Resources




Finding Funds

Finding Funds for Play

You have a vision, you have the support of the children/local community/parents, you may even have had a bake sale or held an event to raise some money…..but you are still short of funds to build your play space. Where do you begin to find more? Finding grants and funding sources in the UK can feel […]

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PiPA Explained

PiPA Overview from Inclusive Play on Vimeo. PiPA has been created to help Local Authorities, Landscape Architects, Planners as well as families with disabled children to create inclusive outdoor play areas as well as assessing installed play areas. Why have we created this? The level of truly inclusive play provision is very low in the […]

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Useful Links & Resources

The resources below are supplied in the hope that it is of interest or use to our website users. Our Useful Links and Resources have been divided into charities and disability organisations which provide a range of information, and blogs and forums which contain more opinion and conversational based information. Inclusive Play is not responsible […]

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Your Top 10 Inclusion Facts & Checklist

Our Inclusion Facts and Checklist are here to give you a basic guide and provide insight into why inclusion is so vital in play, how how you can begin to take steps for inclusive provision! Your Top 5 – Inclusion Facts 1. 1 child in 20 under the age of 16 has a disability in […]

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Playday survey – impact on disabled children

Only 47% of survey responders said that local services and playspaces were accessible to disabled children and young people. KIDS is the charity that works with disabled children, young people and their families. To celebrate Playday 2013, KIDS wanted to examine how inclusive play for disabled children has progressed over the past two years. A survey of over […]

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