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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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Come and see us at Playfair @ Saltex!

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 […]

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The future of inclusive playground design

How do you go about designing an inclusive play space? For many of our clients this is a minefield, how do you design for a range of abilities when you perhaps don’t actually know much about disability? We know, we have gone through this learning curve ourselves over the years, and we have now come […]

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Easter treats – funding available now!

Why not treat your community this Easter by making your playground more accessible and inclusive for all children? If you’re ready to apply for funds NOW and have a park that needs updating or perhaps you are wanting to build one from scratch, then you have come to the right place. One little Easter bunny has […]

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Negative attitudes are holding our children back

The disability charity Scope has joined forces with Mumsnet to survey parents of disabled children on their experiences of trying to access after-school activities such as youth clubs, sports clubs, brownies and scouts. These are activities that many children take for granted and create a fantastic opportunity for children to socialise with others of similar age […]

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Meet us at The Education Show 2014!

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 […]

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Is your Monday Blue too?

Today is Blue Monday, supposedly the most depressing day of the year, however there is one group, BlueMonday.org trying to reclaim the day and make it a day of positive action and fun. They have a ‘pay it forward’ ethos focusing on making people around them happy, through small gestures of kindness to full blown […]

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