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Love Your Public Park

You may be on your half term holiday, or you may just have had it depending on where you are. Either way, a visit to your local public park is a brilliant way to spend your free time. Unfortunately though they have been making headlines for the wrong reasons. Now it’s time to show you […]

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National Storytelling Week

National Storytelling Week

We all love a good story. Whether it’s by someone reading to us or reading ourselves, a book can take us away to far off places. From the 28th January to the 4th Feb the whole country is celebrating National Storytelling Week. Stories have the power to make us laugh, think or cry. We fall […]

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All playgrounds great and small

School grounds are made up various spaces, from wide open tarmac playgrounds to small, confined corners. It’s easy to just think of making use of the larger areas, but even in the tightest spots it’s possible to create a valuable place which can be used rather than left untouched. One such example is at a […]

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Urban Forest Schools

Urban School Playgrounds Pupils at urban schools in England will plant mini-forests in their playgrounds under a government-backed scheme. Schools are being offered free packs of saplings by the Woodland Trust, partly funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Overall, the trust and Defra hope that one million trees will be planted […]

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2015: A Review of the Year

Another year has flown by and it doesn’t feel like a week since we decorated the Playsound offices with festive decorations last year. Quite how we’ve managed to pack in all that we’ve achieved we’ll never know, but it’s been another amazing 365 days here at Playsound. We’ve had some flagship playground projects installed that […]

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