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Green woodworking Workshops

We love people getting involved in every aspect of what we do especially making. The children and other members of the community who a play area is for can build elements of their own play area with some specially designed products that we run as hands on workshops. Pictured is our ever popular Tipi Den […]

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National Trust Tyntesfield Woodland Play Trail

Our design of the Tyntesfield play trail was fed by community involvement from the outset. We carried out two events and Tyntesfield to engage the staff and volunteers, and also involve the public. The first event was a Designing For Real workshop with the staff and volunteers. It was at this workshop that we…

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National Trust White Cliffs – Designing For Real

  Our unique designing for real workshop went down really well with the National trust White cliffs team in Dover. We took a group of staff and a group of local children through the process of interpreting the area and coming up with ideas for the play area. All groups┬ámade Boggarts (Below), an alter ego…

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Princes Trust

We believe in empowering the next generation, sharing skills and imparting our sustainable approach to manufacture and production. We want to keep creating beautiful and highly engineered playgrounds that don’t side step our values in the future. To do that we’ll need fresh blood who live, breathe…

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St Werburghs School

We designed the play area with the involvement of the children and staff following our designing for real process. It was this process that brought to light a desire from many of the children to have a beach, as some of the children had never had the opportunity to go to a beach and dig […]

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Witches Hat Play Park

This public play area in South Gloucestershire was designed to include some existing pieces of play equipment alongside an exciting array of new bespoke designed timber play features and a skate park. We re-used elements of an existing steel play structure and transformed it into an iron age play fort, complete…

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