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Inclusive Play talks to BBC about report by Sense

Inclusive Play Talk to BBC On Lack of Inclusive Play Areas in UK

Lord Blunkett unveiled a report by the charity Sense that disabled children are being failed at every level to access opportunities to play. A range of reasons have been cited; a lack of focus by the Government, insufficient funding and negative attitudes by parents, all contribute to major barriers for disabled children accessing play like […]

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Inclusive Play Music Ball TESSEN

See us at tesSEN Show 2015!

Inclusive Play are delighted to be exhibiting at one of the main events for the SEN sector and showcasing what we do, who we are and why we are really quite unique in the outdoor play sector. Having tirelessly campaigned for better outdoor inclusive facilities for many years and launching PiPA (Plan Inclusive Play Areas […]

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PiPA for Politics

PiPA in Politics

Every local authority across the country manage and own a portfolio of community playgrounds, yet there is no structure in place that ensures a proportion of these are truly inclusive. In a bid to change this Inclusive Play has been working tirelessly with a number of great organisations and individuals to create PiPA (Plan Inclusive […]

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Sol Joel Inclusive Play PiPA Playground

The First PiPA Designed Inclusive Playground

Earley Town Council are close to completion of the UK’s very first designed from scratch PiPA Inclusive Playground at Sol Joel. The park is designed to be fully inclusive for all children and will engage youngsters with special needs and disabilities. Earley Town Council, together with the support of Wokingham Borough Council, have been busy consulting with […]

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Inclusive Play interactive Audionetic Clickety Story

Develop literacy skills with Audionetic & Clickety

Literacy continues to be an area that many people of all ages struggle with; The World Literacy Foundation found that 1 in 5 of the UK population continue to struggle with basic levels of reading. Typical information points found in tourist spots or public spaces are often rendered useless or can become embarrassing for parents who are unable to read complex information […]

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Inclusive Play Orbs and Mezzo in Poland

Up on the roof

When space becomes an issue, why not take your project to the roof? This is what the team at Educarium in Poland decided to do when working with Bydgoszcz main hospital, Bydgoszcz. The Inclusive Play Orbs and Mezzo are featured as part of a sensory and ground game trail that also provides a more playful view […]

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We’re Giving ‘Blue Monday’ a Makeover!

Every year we hear the moans and groans of the January blues and apparently more so today, 19th January the third Monday in the month, now dubbed as ‘Blue Monday’. The team at Inclusive Play aren’t up for that kind of negativity, we like the colour blue (naturally, look at our logo!) so we are […]

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Wear your sweater to make it better is back!

The team here at Inclusive Play never need an excuse to get into the Christmas spirit and don a silly jumper, but when there is a good cause like Save the Children that can benefit from our silly festive behaviour then we’re in! This year we are roping in our friends at Park Leisure, Urban […]

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Inclusive Play is in global demand

When Inclusive Play began we had a vision to create playground equipment that would enable all children to play in their local play parks, regardless of ability, disability or special need. At the time we were UK focused as we recognised there was a huge need for enabling play accessibility for ALL children. However over […]

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The Accessible Britain Challenge approves of PiPA!

On 4th September Mark Harper, Minister of State for Disabled People launched the Accessible Britain Challenge, a campaign very close to the hearts of Inclusive Play. The Accessible Britain Challenge encourages communities to be inclusive and accessible. That means working with disabled people to remove the barriers that stop them participating fully in their community. […]

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