Fair Play for Children — Play Organisations
The International Play Association has as its purpose to protect, preserve and promote the child's right to play as is…ipaworld.org
Play in London needs a voice. London Play is that voice. We strive for London's children to have the best free play…www.londonplay.org.uk
Latest News Play Advocacy Policy Advocacy Research Play Practice Play Work Play Delivery Workforce Parents Ideas For…www.playboard.org
Play Wales is the national charity for childrenwww.playwales.org.uk
Play Scotland is the National organisation for play in Scotland, working to promote the importance of play for all…www.playscotland.org
Enjoying playing with our new toy today.A big thankyou to the #Coopcommunityfund and everyone who chose us as your…bristolplaybus.org
We support and develop childcare provision in & around Bristol. Helping childcare providers, people working with…bandltd.org.uk
We stock a wide range of recycled materials for creative play. Most of the materials/goods were originally destined for…gedlingplayforum.org
Discover more about Play Gloucestershire Play Gloucestershire is a registered charity that delivers active and creative…www.playgloucestershire.org.uk
Hillingdon Play Association - Providing play opportunities to the children of the Borough of Hillingdonwww.hillingdonplay.org.uk
We are always busy here at IPA with amazing projects, events and sessions taking place all over the borough. To keep…islingtonplay.org.uk
Welcome to Lambeth Play Association's (LPA)! Lambeth Play Association (LPA) is a voice for play in Lambeth. Our…lambethplay.wordpress.com
MANCHESTER YOUNG LIVES Our roots lie in the co-operation of local people, communities coming together to create their…www.manchesteryounglives.org.uk
workshops ideas birthday parties corporate team building fun learning games professional developmentwww.natureworkshops.co.uk
4.5-11 yr olds, after-school club and holiday play scheme, day trips to museums, adventure parks and cinemas…bubeleapp.com
We create happier playtimes, better play spaces and enable staff to support outdoor learningoutdoorplayandlearning.org.uk
OXFORDSHIRE PLAY ASSOCIATION Playwork Training funded by European Social Fund / Education & Skills Funding Agency…www.oxonplay.org.uk
Playlink works across general public realm, parks, social and mixed tenure housing, and specialist provision such as…www.playlink.org
Play Torbay is a small, dynamic, voluntary sector organisation championing children's play across the Bay. Offering…playtorbay.org.uk
We hope you'll find all you need here to start regular ' playing out' sessions and spark change in your street or…playingout.net
Children and young people with disabilities and additional needs have difficulty in finding safe and accessible places…www.logcabin.org.uk
Do you fancy working with children in Bath and North East Somerset as part of an awesome team of Play and Youth…www.wpa-play.com
Guide to over 12,500 day nurseries and nursery schools in the UK. providing childcare for children in the UK, also the…www.daynurseries.co.uk
Boston Children's Museum offers children with special needs the opportunity to enjoy the Museum in an uncrowded…www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org
UK commercial playground manufacturers’ and installers’ Association.
Campaign of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees promoting sport and play amongst refugee children
An internet resource for those interested in and passionate about adventure play. The origins of adventure play are unique and amazing but so too are its early pioneers, Carl Theodor SÃ¸rensen, Lady Allen of Hurtwood and many others.
children aged between 0–18 can learn through safe, exciting, stimulating and imaginative activities. Our fleet of specially adapted vehicles and trailers enable us to take play opportunities into the child’s own environment. We set up in estates, parks, a variety of community facilities and other unusual places.
PT promotes the value of play, play therapy, and credentialed play therapists by advancing the psychosocial development and mental health of all people and sponsoring and supporting those programs, services, and related activities that promote the: Public understanding and appreciation of play and play therapy Effective practice of play therapy through research, education and training, and support Recognition, incorporation, and preservation of diversity in play and play therapy Development and maintenance of a strong professional organization that satisfies this mission
UK commercial toy and hobby manufacturers’ Association.
Our Mission “To improve the life quality and experiences of children, young people and their families.” Our mission is based on the beliefs that: All children and young people have a right to good quality play, the right to express views, and have them heard and the right to active participation in the community It is our aim to ensure that whatever the family’s choice the child’s experiences are of good quality Good partnership working can achieve more.
The Children’s Play Policy Forum brings together leading play agencies, government departments and other bodies to focus on play within the broader scope of national policy The forum aims to: advise government on play related policy advocate for play and develop coordinated policy responses identify research and highlight good practice lobby government to achieve full implementation of Article 31 of the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child.
Child’s Play is a Seattle based, gamer-run organization that holds an annual toy drive for childrens’ hospitals. Many of the gifts donated by gamers are, as you might imagine, age appropriate videogames and gaming systems — but they are by no means the only things donated. We received eager donations of coloring books, art supplies, crafts, movies, cartoons, virtually anything a young person could ask for. We asked the world-wide community of gamers, and they gave so much we had to move to larger storage facilities three separate times.
Four adventure playgrounds run by Crawley Borough Council. “All of our adventure playgrounds have plenty of indoor and outdoor play space. Inside you will find pool and table tennis tables, computer games and well equipped art areas.”
Crumbles Castle is an adventure playground and a registered charity in Kings Cross. Built in 1973, it is a stone castle with an adventure playground round it, and is a landmark of great significance to many local people.
An exciting network that supports the training and development of people working in the arts, cultural, early education, childcare, family, health and social care sectors. Early Arts members believe in upholding and celebrating the rights of children by embedding a playful learning culture in our educational, social and cultural settings.
Earlyarts is the award winning, national network for early childhood educators who believe in nurturing their children’s creativity
East African Playgrounds is a UK registered charity that aims to change the lives of children across East Africa by developing children’s learning opportunities and environments. We work alongside local communities to build simulating and exciting playgrounds, run arts and games programs as well as developing long term employment and training opportunities for young people across East Africa.
An excellent US-based site on all issues to do with Play and Childhood.
Fair Play for Recess is an organization advocating the importance of playtime in the school day. In recent years a widespread trend has seen the amount of time devoted to recess shrink to nothing or almost nothing in many schools. We believe that time to play and to socialize is a vital part of childhood. We feel this way for developmental reasons, because free play permits children to flourish as people, because breaks during the day allow children to concentrate more effectively during class time, as well as out of simple fairness. Children need time that belongs just to them.
The Free Play Network is a network of individuals and organisations, which aims to promote the need for better play opportunities for children.
We are concerned that the beautiful game is in decline. Football for children is now very different from earlier generations when the only adult involvement was a call from your mum that your tea was ready. Football is no longer beautiful for our kids anymore: it’s ugly.
We build playgrounds where there are none and we work with others to do the same…
Facebook Page of Hampshire-based organisation promoting Play
is an idea to create safer street environments, compatible with children’s play, and has been developed by a consortium of organisations such as The Children’s Play Council, Transport 2000 etc. The original idea came from Rob Wheway, Fair Play’s Freedom to Play coordinator who helped extensively with the development of this idea.
Hong Kong Playwork Association (HKPwA) is the leading play service provider as well as reputable training body providing an insight into industry standards with expert advice from professional playworkers, along with a set of recommendations, key priorities and principles for the development of future approaches and directions to improve the quality of play in Hong Kong in the 2020.
We are an open access Adventure Playground and play centre providing a service available to school aged children in Kensington & Chelsea, London, aged 5–16 years.
provides 3rd party Product Certification services for U.S. and Canadian public play equipment and public play surfacing materials in the U.S. We service IPEMA-certified member companies, affiliated playground industry groups and anyone with an interest in playground equipment regulations.
For several decades the Islington Play Association has been working to improve children’s lives and life chances. We recognise that play is not the same as adult leisure — it is vital for children’s health and well-being. We believe that the ability of children to play is a litmus test for the quality of life for everyone.
The Italian Playbus Association — English version available
Facebook page, US
KaBOOM! is a national (US) non-profit dedicated to bringing play back into the lives of our children. We passionately believe that play has purpose, and we are driven to create a movement in support of this belief.
Playwork Inclusion Project PIP offers strategic development, information and guidance to authorities and settings on inclusive play and childcare, including: National Inclusion Forum â€“ disseminates good practice on inclusion Publications and Briefings — around the issue of inclusive play and childcare PIP Network News â€“ bi-annual newsletter, disseminating good practice National Inclusive Play Network — KIDS host the National Inclusive Play Network which hosts termly network meetings and seminars.
Offering you a range of services specifically designed to enhance play opportunities for children, based around outdoor play and risky play elements. We provide a team of highly skilled playworkers who facilitate play experiences enabling children to engage in a variety of play opportunities. Our modules include: Den building, go-kart building, Playing with the Senses, Playing with the Elements, Messy Play, Circus Skills, Music Making. Bespoke training and/or sessional options can be prepared for your individual needs (see Workshops and Play Sessions). Training Workshops aimed at people working with children who would like to increase or improve the play opportunities offered within their setting/scheme.
We aim for every child in London to have high quality, accessible and inclusive play opportunities. We campaign for more and improved play spaces and services, and support play work in the capital.
Love Outdoor Play is led by Play England and supported by the Free Time Consortium, a growing collective of local and specialist organisations working together to increase freedom to play.
Dedicated to those involved in providing children in Manchester with somewhere to go and something to do in their free time.
We are a voluntary organisation who have promoted, developed and supported play in the Mansfield area since 1985.
Facebook page, UK
Where is Mudchute? Mudchute Park and Farm is located in the middle of the Isle of Dogs. We are easily accessible by road from the A13 following the signs for the Isle of Dogs and then take the A1206 towards Island Gardens. Look out for the Pier Tavern on the right (the second Pier Street). Alternatively take the environmentally friendly route on the Docklands Light Railway, alighting at Mudchute station and following the long path from the Park entrance to our horse-riding arena. The main courtyard containing the Mudchute Kitchen and the Farm entrance is next to the arena. What it’s about Care for the environment is at the heart of all we do at Mudchute. We have a wonderful 32 acre site which is open to the public and has fantastic views across London. In partnership with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets we preserve the open space and make it available for events, community groups or just your simple family picnic. And where else do you get to share your lunch with friendly fur and feathered creatures.
The charity aims to promote high professional standards for play staff, and to ensure the provision of appropriate therapeutic and stimulating play facilities in hospital. NAHPS provides professional support for all hospital play staff.
A UK-based voluntary organisation promoting the concept and good practice of Toy and Leisure Libraries
The Federation of City Farms & Community Gardens exists to support, represent and promote community-managed farms and gardens across the United Kingdom.
USA: NRPA is the leading advocacy organization dedicated to the advancement of public parks and recreation opportunities. Founded in 1965 through the merger of 5 national organizations dedicated to the same cause, NRPA has grown over the years — in total membership, in outreach efforts, in building partnerships, and in serving as the voice and defender of parks and recreation.
New Parks adventure playground is an open access play facility; there are playworkers on site and present to supervise and assist children/young people, however one-to-one support cannot be provided. Parents/carers are welcome to attend alongside children/young people who require this level of support.
Newcastle & North Staffs Play Council is a registered charity promoting play as an educational, recreational and social activity for all children, including specific needs, aged from birth to fourteen years across North Staffordshire. We also act as a training agency, information and resource centre for those working with young people. The Play Council since its move to new premises at The Children’s Centre is able to provide training with co located crÃ¨che facilities. A meeting room is also available for other organisations both voluntary and statutory.
School Playgrounds that Work! The purpose of the Peaceful Playground Program is to introduce children and school staff to the many choices of activities available on playgrounds and field areas. US-based.
PLAY AUSTRALIA promotes the value of play and advocates healthy play opportunities for children and the community throughout Australia.
This site is an on-line resource for teachers, parents, school staff and governors of primary schools in Nottinghamshire. The site aims to bring together useful information to help develop play opportunities within a school.
A multifaceted independent play and informal leisure consultancy working in the areas of design, planning, policy, strategy, local engagement, fund raising and organisational development.
This is a comprehensive list of links to mainly US-based play-related organisations. The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA) is a non-profit association that provides leadership and resources to grow the specialty toy industry. It is the largest association serving the specialty toy industry. ASTRA members build their businesses around specialty toys, which generally are designed with a focus on what the child can do, rather than what the toy can do. In other words, our members’ products are about the features of the play more than the features of the toy. Our more than 1400 members include: Locally-owned independent toy and children’s products retailers Specialty toy manufacturers Manufacturer’s representatives Industry affiliates Suppliers and service providers Book stores School Supply stores Gift stores ASTRA was founded in 1992 for two simple reasons: To strengthen the part of the toy industry that is committed to providing children with healthy, quality play materials that have high play value
The Play Providers Association (PPA) represents the highest quality indoor play centres in the UK. We aim to PROMOTE, DEVELOP and PROTECT the interests of all businesses engaged in providing enclosed play facilities and encourage childrens physical activity through play.
Play Right is the voluntary sector’s Play Association for Swansea, & Neath Port Talbot which was established in 1999. It has developed many different services during this time responding to the needs of local communities and play providers. Play Right promotes best practice and partnership working to improve outcomes for all children and young people, particularly those aged 5–15 years.
The Play Safety Forum is an independent forum hosted by Play England as part of Play England’s work to research, develop and advocate effective policies and good practice for play provision.
Use the map to find play strategies in each region. See what your local authority’s play policy is. Or if they have indeed put one online.
Children who have experienced considerable change in their lives or who have survived traumatic events need to express and understand their feelings. Through the therapeutic use of play, children are given the opportunity to express their feelings naturally, and safely, thus enabling the healing process to begin.
Covering Kent, East and West Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire.
A moderated discussion list, for Fair Play related issues. The Web site gives details of the list currently available and instructions on how to join a list.
My Goal I want my kids to play outside with other neighborhood kids every day. I want them to create their own games and rules. I want them to play big, complex games with large groups of kids, and simpler games one-on-one with a best friend. I want them to decide for themselves what to play, where, and with whom. I want them to settle their own disputes with their friends. I want them to create their own private clubs with secret rules. I want them to make lasting physical artifacts that show the world that this is their place. I want them to laugh and run and think. Every day.
PlayEducation has provided state of the art play and playwork training and education for playworkers, childcare and early years workers, environmentalists, scientific professionals, architects and parents in locations as diverse as Northern Ireland, Japan, Wales, USA, Scotland, Argentina, England, Australia, the Republic of Ireland and Portugal.
A site for children, parents and teachers — games children can play. Playground fun is commissioned by Culture Online (part of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport) working with the British Council and produced by Learnthings Ltd.
A great collection of images from a group constructing playgrounds in various locations using e.g. car tyres etc
US based. PlaygroundIDEAS is a not-for-profit organization that designs and builds play spaces for the world’s most disadvantaged children. We operate with the help of international volunteers and funders, to help organizations and individuals create quality playgrounds for children all over the world. We do this because we recognise that while education is vital for all children, they need more than just a classroom to learn and grow to their full potential. Play is essential for children’s development, and it forms a fundamental part of a well-balanced educational curriculum. We believe play need not be a luxury. Disadvantaged children need the opportunity to learn and play in a safe, educational, and fun environment — just like any of us would want for our own children.
Whether it’s a scraped knee, or worse, injuries can be prevented on the playground with a little preparation and know-how.
A UK Play Street initiative
Playing Out is a not-for-profit information and advice resource for street play. We aim to increase children’s safe access to informal play in residential streets through: Directly supporting resident-led street play sessions; Running workshops for parents and residents; Coordinating a network of ‘street organisers’; Providing free resources and advice; Training play/community professionals; Communicating the benefits of street play; Working with policy-makers to enable street play. We hope you find this website helpful
PLAYLINK is a multi-disciplinary grouping working to improve people’s — children, teenagers, adults — experience and enjoyment of the outdoors. We work across a variety of settings: general public realm, parks, social and mixed tenure housing, and specialist provision such as schools and children centres.
Playright seeks to enrich the life of every child through quality play. We make a difference in the lives of children by encouraging them to play. We further seek to demonstrate to parents, teachers, policy makers and the public at large that quality play is vital if the full range of the child’s developmental and other needs is to be successfully met.
A Blog About Playground Design. Because it’s difficult to find non-commercial playground information. And I find that frustrating. Because a playground doesn’t have to cost a million bucks and come in a box. In fact, it’s better if it doesn’t. Because playgrounds are under-recognized as an artistic medium.
Playwork Partnerships, based at the University of Gloucestershire, is best described as a “networking organisation” and is currently made up of the following components: University of Gloucestershire Playwork Learning & Skills Playwork Projects Our mission is to enrich children and young people’s lives through their experience of quality play by: promoting the importance of play and playwork and increasing the learning opportunities for playworkers
Because it’s difficult to find non-commercial playground information. And I find that frustrating. Because a playground doesn’t have to cost a million bucks and come in a box. In fact, it’s better if it doesn’t. Because playgrounds are under-recognized as an artistic medium. Because everybody loves a playground.
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AT POP-UP ADVENTURE PLAY, we imagine a time when all children have access to child-directed play in communities of supportive adults. Grounding our work in our Pop-Up Adventure Playground model, we work internationally, providing children of all ages and abilities with opportunities to recognize, explore, and express their natural play instincts… on their own terms.
A Museum That Doesn’t Act Like A Museum The Portland Children’s Museum is the museum that doesn’t act like a museum. You won’t find any velvet ropes inside, and playing with and touching our exhibits is strongly encouraged. We’re also home to the Opal School and the Center for Children’s Learning. Opal School is a public charter elementary school and tuition-based preschool. The Center for Children’s Learning is an ever-expanding research institute that guides the development of the Museum and Opal School curriculum.
Re:Play is committed to creating a workable play infrastructure for the GO-SE region of the South East of England.
An imaginative response to play design issues. Worth a view!
Right To Play uses specially-designed sport and play programmes to improve health, build life skills, and foster peace for children and communities affected by war, poverty and disease. Working in both the humanitarian and development contexts, Right To Play has projects in more than 20 countries in Africa Asia and the Middle East.
The Play Safety site of RoSPA provides information on playground management and the safety of indoor and outdoor play areas. The Playground Inspections link explains the public services we provide for public and commercial play areas. The information sheets provided cover all aspects of playground safety and can be viewed on-line or downloaded. We also have a list of helpful publications to aid in understanding and maintaining play safety.
Sandwell Adventure Play Association is a Voluntary Organisation and Registered Charity dedicated to providing quality, supervised children’s play and childcare to children and their parents/carers in many of the neediest areas of Sandwell.
Scarborough Playgrounds has been set up to visually show all the free outdoor play area’s for children in the scarborough area. You will see a map showing each of the parks in the Scarborough area, click one one of these and you will be shown further info.
Facebook page of North Tyneside project
Solidarity Sports is a charity focused on bringing sport to BME’s, refugee groups, and young excluded people to build social cohesion and community spirit. We believe that Sport can be used as a tool to break down social barriers and encourage a shared sense of belonging in impoverished communities. Our slogan is: Connecting Communities Through Sport’
A research center at Halmstad University with the aim of establishing a foundation of multiple research on toys and educational media. SITREC works in cooperation with a network of toy researchers, toy manufacturers organizations and authorities across the world to increase progressive research on toys.
Thames Valley Adventure Playground und
Since 1982 the Thames Valley Adventure Playground has provided a chance for children & adults with all types of special need to enjoy the fun, freedom and friendship afforded by the opportunity to play and share experiences in a safe and stimulating environment, with users travelling from Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, London and beyond.
The Association for Play Therapy (APT) advances play therapy, the means by which licensed mental health professionals better communicate with and help children and other clients obtain optimal mental health.
TASP is a multidisciplinary organization whose purpose is to promote the study of play, to support and cooperate with other organizations having similar purposes, and to organize meetings and publications that facilitate the sharing and dissemination of information related to the study of play. TASP publishes a regular, extensive newsletter that includes book reviews, research updates in different disciplines, and other information. In 1998, TASP began to publish an Annual Volume of Play and Culture Studies.
Aim to provide support, advocacy and professional development for those involved in the sports, parks and leisure industries.
Adults have an important role in promoting and facilitating children’s play as a vehicle for learning. Developmentally appropriate practice (DAP), an approach to early childhood education based on research in human development and learning, incorporates play among other strategies.
To get more boys and girls actively playing football. To secure for them the most enjoyable, developmental and child-centred football experience when they do play. To create playing environments and formats which allow children to reach their full potential in football. To eliminate the factors which cause boys and girls to drop out of football.
NRPA is the leading advocacy organization dedicated to the advancement of public parks and recreation opportunities in the USA.
Blog: The Nature of PlayKidsafe WA’s Playground Advisory Service provides advice and assistance to playground designers, managers and users in Western Australia. We can undertake comprehensive playground safety audits as well as provide general playground advice. We also offer workshops for community groups and professionals on playground ideas and safety.
There is much research which demonstrates the benefits of playtime in schools and the importance of free play at playtime. This form of play has been found to increase physical health; improve resilience in children; help children to develop social skills, improve attention and learning in the classroom, contribute to brain development and much more. Here is a selection of some of the freely available research.
A children’s project operating in areas such as Bosnia, Romania, Chechnya etc.
The US PLAY Coalition is a partnership to promote the value of play throughout life. The first play movement started the early 1900`s. Now, given the many problems with obesity and other social ills that have occurred with the erosion of play opportunities, it is time to begin the second great play movement.
The â€œVoice of Playâ€ website is IPEMAâ€™s effort to educate the general public, parents, teachers, and organizations such as PTA, PTO and community groups about the various benefits of play. Playgrounds and playing help reduce childhood obesity and have many different social, cognitive and emotional benefits.
Fair Play for Children, The Child's Right to Play. 1.2K likes. Fair Play for Children exists to campaign for The…www.facebook.com
Leeds Play Network, Hunslet. 551 likes · 2 talking about this · 10 were here. We are Leeds Play Network, the only…www.facebook.com
Play Learning Life, New Alresford, United Kingdom. 3K likes. A community interest company (CIC), Play Learning Life…www.facebook.com
Playworks. 12,305 likes · 841 talking about this. We believe in the power of play to bring out the best in every kid.www.facebook.com
The Association for the Study of Play - TASP. 586 likes. The Association for the Study of Play (TASP) is the premier…www.facebook.com
Yorkshire Play. 176 likes. Yorkshire Play is a not for profit organisation that has been set up to support Play and…www.facebook.com
KaBOOM!, Washington, District of Columbia. 80,239 likes · 217 talking about this. We're the national non-profit…www.facebook.com
World Congress of Play, San Francisco, California. 846 likes. The World Congress of Play is a conference for leaders in…www.facebook.com
Forest Kids Hackney, London, United Kingdom. 2,000 likes · 14 talking about this · 15 were here. FREE! Getting Outside…www.faceb
Hackney Playbus, London, United Kingdom. 944 likes. Bringing playful opportunities to your streetwww.facebook.com
Play Association Tower Hamlets - PATH. 105 likes. Our mission is to place play firmly at the heart of community life in…www.facebook.com
Play Wales, Cardiff. 1,876 likes · 141 talking about this · 2 were here. Play Wales is the national organisation for…www.facebook.com
Free Range Urban Kids, London, United Kingdom. 2K likes. Hackney's debut Ofsted registered Forest School for children 2…www.facebook.com
Tyne & Wear Play Association, Newcastle upon Tyne. 10 likes · 1 was here. Tyne & Wear Play Associationwww.facebook.com
Weavers Adventure Playground. 169 likes · 121 were here. A play space and community centre in the north east corner of…www.facebook.com
Early play. 2,923 likes · 58 talking about this. http://www.earlyplay.net/ play ideas young children: outdoor play…www.facebook.com
Playful City USA. 1,004 likes · 2 talking about this. Playful City USA is a national recognition program honoring…www.facebook.com
Providence PlayCorps. 355 likes. PlayCorps is activating your neighborhood parks - facilitating play all summer long…www.facebook.com
Playground 2.0 / Plac Zabaw 2.0. 252 likes. Nasza Inicjatywa to miejsce promocji pomysłów i ludzi, którzy myślą…www.facebook.com
Common Threads Playwork. 106 likes. Common Threads develops playwork practice through playwork training, publications…www.facebook.com
Mudchute Park & Farm, London, United Kingdom. 6,561 likes · 273 talking about this · 37,122 were here. Mudchute Park &…www.facebook.com
Spitalfields City Farm, London, United Kingdom. 3.4K likes. An oasis in the city, beautiful gardens, rare breed &…www.facebook.com
Stepney City Farm, London, United Kingdom. 3.5K likes. We've been managing the farm since early 2010 with loads of hard…www.facebook.com
Discover Urban Farms in London, United Kingdom with the help of your friends.www.facebook.com
Vauxhall City Farm, London, United Kingdom. 4,176 likes · 150 talking about this · 10,632 were here. City farm in…www.facebook.com
Windmill Hill City Farm, Bristol, United Kingdom. 6,022 likes · 65 talking about this · 8,761 were here. A Place Where…www.facebook.com
Let Us Play. 192 likes. Let Us Play is a local registered chairty that provides sports, arts, outings and play…www.facebook.com
Kindling: Playwork, Training, Forest Schools and creative workshops. 8,630 likes · 136 talking about this. Kindling…www.facebook.com
Learning through Landscapes. 4.1K likes. Learning through Landscapes is the UK charity dedicated to enhancing outdoor…www.facebook.com
Save Children's Play. 940 likes · 1 talking about this. Save Children's Play is a Play England resource that…www.facebook.com
Bristol Playbus, Bristol, United Kingdom. 867 likes. Mobile Play and disability serviceswww.facebook.com
activekidsclub.com. 2.3K likes. http://www.activekidsclub.com/ is about being outdoors as a lifesyle -Safety…www.facebook.com
Adventure Unlimited, Brighton. 700 likes · 39 were here. Registered charity providing outdoor activities for children…www.facebook.com
Brighton Youth Centre (BYC). 1,019 likes · 73 talking about this. Brighton Youth Centre is a hub of activity aimed at…www.facebook.com
Conwy Play Rangers. 110 likes. The Play Ranger Project recognises the importance of children being able to play…www.facebook.com
Gloucestershire Resource Centre - Scrapstore, Gloucester, United Kingdom. 3.7K likes. Tons of waste are sent to…www.facebook.com
Interplay UK. 1,730 likes · 12 talking about this. Interplay UK Ltd is an award winning company that specialises in the…www.facebook.
Islington Play Association, London, United Kingdom. 380 likes. IPA is a local children's charity that supports…www.facebook.com
Let Children Play. 583 likes. Sugradh is the Irish word for play - a voluntary charity promoting the child's right to…www.facebook.com
Lumpy Hill Adventure Playground, 15 Market Road. 157 likes. Lumpy Hill is an open access Adventure Playground for…www.facebook.com
Make Time To Play, London, United Kingdom. 114K likes. In our busy lives it isn't always easy to Make Time 2 Play - so…www.facebook.com
Malarkey Playwork, Victoria, Australia. 7,035 likes · 72 talking about this. Based in Melbourne Australia, Malarkey…www.facebook.com
National Institute for Play. 4,956 likes · 10 talking about this. The NIFP believes that as play is woven into the…www.facebook.com
Play Borders, Galashiels. 358 likes · 1 talking about this · 9 were here. Toy Library in Galashiels, over 300 toys to…www.facebook.com
Play On Wheels Dundee & Angus, Dundee. 1,125 likes · 2 talking about this. Delivering new and exciting play experiences…www.facebook.com
Play Resource Scrapstore, Belfast, United Kingdom. 4.8K likes. www.playresource.org is the Centre of creativity for…www.facebook.com
Playday. 1,398 likes. 社会全体で子どもの遊びを考えるキャンペーン、プレイデーのFBページです。都民の日は「とうきょうプレイデー」。みんなで"遊ぶ"をお祝いしよう！www.facebook.com
PlayGroundology. 7.6K likes. This is the FB flagship for the PlayGroundology blog…www.facebook.com
Playgrounds Uncut. 406 likes. New London campaign to defend adventure playgrounds from cuts and closure…www.facebook.com
Playgrounds WA. 629 likes · 1 talking about this. A place to share research, photos, ideas about the important role…www.facebook.com
Scrap Creative Reuse Art Project, Farsley, Leeds, United Kingdom. 8,254 likes · 222 talking about this · 479 were here…www.facebook.com
Smart Play Network, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. 667 likes · 56 talking about this · 3 were here…www.facebook.com
Wales - A Play Friendly Place / Cymru - Gwlad Chwarae-Gyfeillgar. 95 likes. A campaign to promote and protect the right…www.facebook.com
White City Adventure Playground, London, United Kingdom. 422 likes. Adventure Playground of the Year 2014 at the London…www.facebook.com
YPC - Young Peoples Centre - Brighton, Brighton, England. 501 likes · 3 talking about this · 10 were here. Young…www.facebook.com
Global Play Alliance. 214 likes. The global play alliance exists to: Assist communities to create developmentally…www.facebook.com
Parents 4 Play. 1.1K likes. Follow our blog for extremely useful play knowledge for parents…www.facebook.com
"Play Works...!", Taibach. 1,342 likes · 20 talking about this. Play Works...! vision is to improve children's access…www.facebook.com
IPA EWNI. 75 likes. We are the national branch of the IPA, whose purpose is to protect, preserve and promote the…www.facebook.com
OPAL Outdoor Play and Learning CIC. 2K likes. http://outdoorplayandlearning.org.uk OPAL is a community interest company…www.facebook.com
Play and Playwork at UoG, Gloucester. 831 likes · 10 talking about this · 1 was here. The pla(y)ce for professional and…www.facebook.com
Playwork UK, London, United Kingdom. 623 likes. Playwork is a highly skilled profession that enriches and enhances…www.facebook.com
Pop-Up Adventure Play, UK and US. 13K likes. Together, we all can support child-directed play - one cardboard box at a…www.facebook.com
Child in the City, Utrecht. 1,644 likes · 91 talking about this · 3 were here. The Child in the City foundation…www.facebook.com
Yesterday's Play Today. 653 likes · 12 talking about this. YPT is a program designed to inspire children and adults to…www.facebook.com
Imagination Playground, Atlanta, Georgia. 66,753 likes · 3,304 talking about this. Imagination Playground is an…www.facebook.com
London Street Games, London, United Kingdom. 357 likes · 1 was here. Our mission is your mission and vice versa! We use…www.facebook.com
Now Playing: Media for a Playful Planet. 3.6K likes. It starts as a PBS series, sparks a public conversation, ignites a…www.facebook.com
Play Gloucestershire, Gloucester, Gloucestershire. 1K likes. Welcome to our Facebook page, for more information on Play…www.facebook.com
Alabama Association for Play Therapy. 841 likes · 42 talking about this. AAPT is a professional, non-profit…www.facebook.com
Association for Play Therapy, Clovis, California. 18,338 likes · 767 talking about this · 294 were here. APT is a…www.facebook.com
The Register of Playwork Professionals. 144 likes. A professional register for people working in the play sector…www.facebook.com
Voice of Play. 1.2K likes. The Voice of Play is a non-profit initiative to educate people about the many social…www.facebook.com
US Play Coalition, Clemson, SC. 1,837 likes · 62 talking about this · 22 were here. The US Play Coalition is an…www.facebook.com
Fair Play Barnet. 170 likes · 4 were here. Working with playworkers, children, families and communities to enable ALL…www.facebook.com
Hackney City Farm, London, United Kingdom. 1,410 likes · 4 talking about this · 351 were here. Hackney City Farm…www.facebook.com
Out of School Alliance. 1.1K likes. The Out of School Alliance provides advice, support and resources to providers of…www.facebook.com
Out2Play Bristol. 250 likes · 1 talking about this. Out2Play Bristol are part of Volunteering Matters and offer outdoor…www.facebook.com
Oxfordshire Play Association - OPA, Oxford, United Kingdom. 814 likes · 8 were here. Oxfordshire Play Association…www.facebook.com
Pitsmoor Adventure Playground, Sheffield. 653 likes. Pitsmoor Adventure Playground offers and supports a variety of…www.facebook.com
Play Australia, North Melbourne. 1,395 likes · 3 talking about this. Promoting the Value of Playwww.facebook.com
PlayBus Wales, Cardiff, United Kingdom. 1.3K likes. Social Enterprise Play Services Organisation including mobile play…www.facebook.com
Playwork Partnerships, Gloucester. 622 likes. Passionate about Play and Playworkwww.facebook.com
Replay Southeast. 170 likes. Re:Play is the regional play association of the South East. www.replayse.org.ukwww.facebook.com
Right To Play The Netherlands, Amsterdam. 2,195 likes · 6 talking about this · 115 were here. www.righttoplay.nl |…www.facebook.com
Rope & Net Play. 110 likes. A one stop shop for playground spares and associated products dedicated to offering a fast…www.facebook.com
Sheffield Play Association. 128 likes · 9 talking about this. Sheffield Play Associationwww.facebook.com
The Playwork Foundation. 298 likes. The Playwork Foundation is a new organisation to promote the value of playwork…www.facebook.com
Playworkings. 25 likes. plā′wėrk′ings, n. Portions of play matters consideration; draft formations. Play and playwork…www.facebook.com