The play area sits very well into the landscape and all of the equipment is proving to be incredibly popular with a wide age range of children. It has brought families and children out of their houses to play and socialise in just the way we had hoped for. We have even had coverage in the local newspaper, the Biggleswade Chronicle, copy of printed and online articles attached with a couple of additional photos. I also have several photos of the equipment without children which I will send separately and high res copies are available if you would like to use any in your own communications. In summary, the play area although small is a real achievement for Ickwell and we would like to thank you for your help in supporting us along the journey to making it a reality. Playdale have provided us with an excellent service, design and quality installation which we are grateful for.
In a world increasingly dominated by screens and digital devices, the importance of outdoor play for children cannot be overstated. Local parks and playgrounds can serve as a vibrant hub where children can unleash their creativity and energy whilst reaping the numerous benefits of fresh air and outdoor play. In this blog, we’ll explore some […]
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#Team Playdale recently hosted a remarkable charity night to raise awareness and funds for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC). The event, held at The Anglers Arms in Haverthwaite on Friday 13th October brought together community members and Playdale employees for a night of quiz, standup bingo and lots of […]