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Come and see us at Playfair @ Saltex!

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Once again we’ll be exhibiting at the UK’s largest outdoor exhibition dedicated to play on Royal Windsor Racecourse 2-4 September 2014.

This year we will even have our own space on stand K20 as we continue with the launch of the innovative PiPA tool – a free tool that has been designed in association with KIDS, the children’s charity, to help landscape architects and local authorities design more inclusively. It also helps families find their local play space by placing all PiPA accredited play spaces on the PiPA map.

Book a place with us on the PiPA Clinic, where we can help you plan your designs or even use it to audit existing provision. Either way we are here to help advise you how to create better more accessible, inclusive and fun play spaces.

Book now by emailing: with ‘PiPA Clinic’ in the subject title.

Meet us at The Education Show 2014!

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Education Show

This year The Education Show at Birmingham NEC, 20th-22nd March, promises to be a richer event than ever before, packed with CPD’s, networking opportunities and a chance to meet a wide variety of suppliers and service providers.

With keynote speakers such as Brian Cox, who will undoubtedly bring the enthusiasm we have come to love from his TV shows such as ‘Wonders of The Universe’, the event is all about inspiring us all to face the new year and new challenges.

The team at Inclusive Play are delighted to be attending a show with such a reputable keynote speaker who, has made learning and science so much more accessible, which really strikes a chord with us.

We will be showcasing our new Music Box and why music is such an important part of child development. Our partners from Playnetic will also be there to showcase our new interactive products which brings electronic play, learning and fun together.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic event, sign up now online or contact us at for more information.


FSB 2013 – Shape the change

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Exhibition center in Cologne

Playgrounds, the world over, are where many childhood memories are made. Most of us remember our local park, the friends we played with and what our favourite piece of play equipment was. So who are the people involved in creating the spaces that so many of us enjoy? Many of them you can meet at the International Trade Fair for Amenity Areas, Sports and Pool Facilities (FSB) in Cologne, Germany from 22nd to 25th October 2013.

Inclusive Play will be showcasing unique playground products along with 1,000 exhibitors from the sports, games, swimming pool, sauna and wellness sectors and more than 25,000 trade visitors are expected in Cologne it will be an eventful show.

FSB 2013 is the first international showing for Inclusive Play, having launched the Inclusive range in the playground market in France already, we are very excited to show the rest of the European industry who we are and what we do. Exhibiting at stand B30 in hall 2.2 we will be showcasing two of our latest products as well as launching our musical range.

Should you wish to meet with Director, Paul or General Manager, Kristina, please email or call +44 (0) 131 214 1180 to arrange a time that suits you. We also have an interpreter available (German, French and Spanish) should you require one.

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Your guide to play from urban sports to inclusion

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Top tips to providing play and skate facilities for your communities.

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These presentations are a must for everyone with a play or sport

project. Learn everything you need to know to make positive and

informed decisions for your communities. A fantastic networking 

opportunity to discuss your project with experts. You will leave

feeling inspired and up to date with current trends.

Jupiter Play

How to create unique natural play spaces

Case study: Integrating play within a natural landscape setting.

Jane Fortescue is a Landscape Architect who graduated from Sheffield University in 2008. Her passion for designing inspirational places for children has led her to take up the position of lead designer at Jupiter Play. Over the last 3 years she has been responsible for the design of some remarkable projects which through innovative design have set the bar for delivering natural play spaces.

Inclusive Play

Inclusion in five easy steps

We offer simple ideas to make your play areas more inclusive.

Kristina Hinks is General Manager of Inclusive Play. Having spent 10 years working within the play industry in the UK and Sweden she has a wealth of knowledge of successful outcomes that she can share with you. Through case study examples she will show you how to provide play solutions that are loved by every member of the community and  how you should address the needs of users with special needs.

UK Skateparks

What surface is right for your skate park?

A skater’s view of what makes a great riding surface

Brian Williams is from the USA and is passionate about skateboarding. He has moved countries to establish UK Skateparks as the only UK provider that can deliver Skateparks in the materials that the users actually want. His interactive presentation will show you the pros and cons of each solution and will prevent you from emulating the scores of disasters that are prevalent around the country.

Who should attend?

You! and anyone involved in Play Provision!

Parks and Play Officers,; Leisure and Amenity Officers;

Architects; Landscape Architects; Head Teachers;

Parish Councils; Town Councils; Developers; House Builders

and Community Members.