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  • [22 Jun 2009]

    Welsh Members of the Play Providers Association (www.playproviders.org.uk) are today supporting national Child Safety Week by offering FREE PLAY PASSES to help families in South Wales ensure that their children can play in a safe, fun and stimulating environment.

  • [19 Jun 2009]

    Snug, Sutcliffe Play’s innovative and unique loose parts play equipment, has launched at Fizzy Lizard, Huddersfield’s newest indoor and outdoor play facility for under 8s.

  • [15 Jun 2009]

    The Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) is working in partnership with the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) in a new Vetting and Barring Scheme to prevent unsuitable people from working with children and vulnerable adults.

  • [15 Jun 2009]

    FARNSFIELD theme park Wheelgate Adventure Park is set to become the country's largest indoor play zone as part of a jobs-boosting, multi-million pound transformation scheme.

  • [11 Jun 2009]

    Committed to providing parents with the healthiest possible environment for their children to play in, Polka Dot Kids, a new play centre in Garthforth near Leeds, has installed Breezair evaporative cooling from UK exclusive distributor, CoSaf Environments.

  • [07 Jun 2009]

    Making the country more active should be a fundamental part of what the National Health Service is about, according to the new health secretary, Andy Burnham.

  • [02 Jun 2009]

    CHILDREN and toddlers flocked to Hunstanton's Oasis Sports and Leisure Centre, eager to be among the first to explore the new Fun Castle.

  • [24 May 2009]

    The Eddie Catz team were awarded BEST MEDIUM SIZE BUSINESS at the prestigious annual RBS South London Business Awards at Selhurst Park, home of Crystal Palace FC on May 21st.

  • [18 May 2009]

    A CARLUKE landowner hopes that a slice of the Scottish government's £60 million Town Centre Regeneration Fund can help fulfil his dream of opening a £700,000 children's indoor play centre.

  • [18 May 2009]

    Heartbroken mum-of-three Amanda Hughes has left a touching note pinned to the door of the soft play centre she has been forced to close despite spending more than £200,000 trying to save it.

 
 
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