adventure playground

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adventure playground

n
Brit a playground for children that contains building materials, discarded industrial parts, etc, used by the children to build with, hide in, climb on, etc
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adventure playground

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adventure playground

ncampo giochi attrezzato
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Now it seems charity-run adventure playgrounds are under threat across Britain because the last insurer willing to cover them has pulled out.
"This is a landmark and recognised as one of the country's leading adventure playgrounds."
Aimed at the under-sevens the adventure playgrounds will be built in a "fortress style", made of logs on mounds of earth.
As well as 27 new play areas in Kirklees, the funding has also gone towards two adventure playgrounds.
ONE of the oldest adventure playgrounds in the UK, the Venture at Wrexham, is celebrating its 30th birthday.
He also wants to build 30 new adventure playgrounds in inner cities for eight to 13-year-olds, to be supervised by trained staff.
Local authorities in the West Midlands have been invited to bid for a share of the fund allocated to building new adventure playgrounds and improving play and park facilities.
CHILDREN at Linthorpe Primary are having the time of their lives playing on two recently built adventure playgrounds.
The proposals include plans to include children and young people in the design of their play areas as well as statutory requirements for all Welsh councils to have staffed adventure playgrounds. A total of more than pounds 80m is being pumped into the initiative from a range of sources, including the Assembly Government and the National Lottery.
Safety campaigners last night issued a warning to youngsters in the region not to use industrial sites as adventure playgrounds.
This is why I was thrilled to be sent a copy of a very fully illustrated book: An Architecture of Play: a Survey of London's Adventure Playgrounds, by Nils Norman.

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