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  • [04 Aug 2009]

    HYGIENE and cleanliness in hospitals, schools and restaurants is set to be revolutionised through the creation of a device by a North-East engineering firm.

  • [03 Aug 2009]

    Eureka, the national children’s museum, has announced its plans for the future of the attraction in Halifax, Yorkshire.

  • [31 Jul 2009]

    Bad weather shouldn’t stop children from exercising, says the Play Providers Association in response to the Department for Children, Schools and Families announcement last night that rain was to blame for inactive kids this summer.

  • [28 Jul 2009]

    A play centre is taking part in a campaign to raise awareness of the risk of skin cancer.

  • [28 Jul 2009]

    Ever present pupils at a primary school were treated to a fun-packed day out after not missing a lesson for the whole year.

  • [24 Jul 2009]

    The PPA ASPIRE Awards are set to return for 2009 after a successful launch event last year.

  • [21 Jul 2009]

    A MAJOR new attraction at Farnsfield's Wheelgate Adventure Park was opened by television characters Bob the Builder and Wendy on Saturday

  • [15 Jul 2009]

    Government grants are currently available to operators who develop inclusive play areas and Sensory UK is advising organisations how to access this funding. Sensory UK will demonstrate the benefits of inclusive play areas at this year’s Attractions Expo - part of Leisure Industry Week at the NEC in Birmingham, where The Play Providers Association will hold seminars giving information on the funding.

  • [03 Jul 2009]

    FOUR friends who risked it all to take on a well-loved Southend children’s attraction are set to get some fiery advice on how to make it a success. Dragon’s Den business guru Duncan Bannantyne will help the husband and wife teams of Mike and Michelle Marrs and Kerry and Levi Pearce give Kids Kingdom a new lease of life.

  • [01 Jul 2009]

    PLANS to convert the historic electricity building on Exeter Quay into a children's play centre are set to be approved.

 
 
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