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PPA; Welcome to the Play Providers Association

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. 

The PPA is championing the benefits of indoor play in children and is supporting the Governments Change 4 Life campaign. Taking your kids to a playcentre is a fantastic way to give them their 60 active minutes and its all "Exercise in Disguise" as the kids are just having great fun... Running, Jumping, Climbing, Sliding... Play is what kids do best!!

The PPA promotes high standards of operation in its membership and all member centres conform to the PPA's Code of Practice which ensures that members are following and exceeding industry standards and best practice. Look for the PPA logo as the sign of a safer play centre. (More on the PPA's standards)

PROMOTING, DEVELOPING and PROTECTING the INTERESTS of all BUSINESSES engaged in providing enclosed play facilities

The PPA is a membership body and holds regular regional meetings for its members as well as other networking events. Click on the News and Events section for more details about our upcoming events.

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Latest News
  • FSPA Launches exciting New Brand
    Promoting UK Sports and Play:FSPA launches exciting new brand - FSPA Managing Director, Jane Montgomery, explains: “The rebrand marks an exciting new chapter for us and all our members
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  • Education set for overhaul seeing children learn through creative play
    The Primary School educating system could soon be set for a major overhaul in the coming years ahead as the Department of Education are reportedly considering proposals that could see young children under the age of ten focus on creative play rather than the current curriculum
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  • Exercise levels decline 'long before adolescence'
    Adolescence is thought to be the time when children go off exercise - but a study in The British Journal of Sports Medicine suggests it happens much earlier, around the age of seven.
 
 
Play Providers Association, Rural Innovation Centre, Unit 169 - Avenue H, Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 2LG
Tel +44 (0)24 7641 4999 :: carol@sportsandplay.com