Parks & Playgrounds

RHS Garden Bridgewater

Tickets for RHS Garden Bridgewater. RHS Bridgewater, the incredible 154 acres of land that have been transformed in the the amazingly beautiful landscaped gardens located next to Salford’s historical Bridgewater Canal. Still an evolving project which is being helped by world-class and award winning designers and the local community. You can come and lose yourself in …

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Wisbech adventure playground

The Spinney is a fantastic place to come and have fun, with swings roundabouts, slides, a zip wire and much more! The playground includes two specially built play barges which offer indoor play provisions. Outside, there is a sand and water play area, self-build climbing frame, two big slides, a zip wire, a roundabout for …

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Wythenshawe Park and Gardens

Wythenshawe Park is a Green Flag awarded park in Wythenshawe, Manchester, with an area of 270 acres. Wythenshawe Hall is at the centre of the park. The park contains woodland, bedding, borders, grassland and meadows, sporting facilities, Wythenshawe community farm and a horticulture centre.

Whitehorse Adventure Playground

PATH is based at Whitehorse Adventure Playground and working with LBTH teams to keep this well loved and needed play space open for children and young people. During term time, Whitehorse is open on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 3.30 ? 6.00pm. Thanks to?Tower Hill Trust, Whitehorse had?a new sand space created in July making …

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Waterside Adventure Playground

Every effort has been made to make the playground a natural oasis in a highly built up area. Waterside?s outside space consists of three levels. The first upper level has tree houses, an Ariel runway, a swing and walkways. The second ground level has a fallen tree, a sandpit, a stage, nets, a willow igloo, …

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Wavertree Playground

Wavertree Playground, also known locally as?The Mystery, was one of the first purpose-built public?playgrounds?in the?United Kingdom. It is based in the?Wavertree?area of?Liverpool,?England. In May 1895, a stately home called The Grange was demolished and it looked inevitable that the estate it was based within would be used as building for the increasing suburbs of Liverpool. …

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Weavers Adventure Playground

A play space and community centre in the north east corner of Weavers Fields in Bethnal Green, East London. Our community has been going strong since 1974. Outside and inside facilities for sports, arts & crafts, and adventure play.

White City Adventure Playground

The adventure playground in White City provides both after school play sessions?and free open access school holiday play provision. We also undertake play development work in the local area and work with a range of organisations in order to promote the importance of play and playwork. In open access play provision (all school holidays, 10am …

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Tooting Triangle Playground

A?playground is a place where children and young people can play on?swings, slides and other outdoor equipment. Playgrounds are for use by?children and young people, their parents and carers. Young children should be accompanied by an adult. At the playground, children and young people can: play together and make friends; enjoy the outdoors; improve their …

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Umberslade Adventure

The Umberslade Estate has been a family business since the late 1800’s, when it was acquired by George Frederick Muntz, a Birmingham industrialist and Member of Parliament, and the inventor of “Muntz metal”. This yellow-coloured alloy of copper and zinc was successfully used to sheathe the wooden hulls of ships, including the Cutty Sark. George …

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Viking Adventure Playground

Outdoor public play area for children up to the age of 14 years old. Giant Viking Ship climbing frame, balancing snake in the grass, swings, slide and sand area

War Memorial Park

The War Memorial Park is a large park of about 48.5 hectares in southern Coventry, England. The park was opened in July 1921 as a tribute to the 2,587 Coventrians who died between 1914 and 1918 fighting in the First World War. The landscaped gardens and sports areas were created in the late-1920s and 1930s, …

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Three Corners Adventure Playground

Three Corners adventure playground is for 6- 13 year olds and is supplemented by a bright, spacious activity centre?with rooms dedicated to arts and crafts, soft and sensory play, computers and cooking. The outdoor play area was completely redesigned and rebuilt in consultation with children and parents in July 2011 with funding from EC1 New …

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Timbuktu Adventure Playground

Timbuktu is a safe haven ? the garden that everyone wants to play in. Come make new friends, paint your portrait, climb on the rope bridge, hide in the treehouse, build a den, plant a seed or take a risk on the thrilling drop slide. The playground is hidden in plain site with wooden fences …

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Toffee Park Adventure Playground

Toffee Park is in the heart of the city, close to the Old Street roundabout and surrounded by buildings but the playground itself is a haven for nature, including plants, trees, animals and of course children! The pond is filled with frogs and wildlife and the secret garden serves as an excellent picnic spot. Staff …

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The Blackbird Leys Adventure Playground

Blackbird Leys Adventure Playground provides an?after-school club?and?holiday scheme?for children aged 8?13. BLAP is wheelchair accessible and on one level with accessible toilet facilities. The adventure playground is accessible but some pieces of equipment may be more of a problem without adult assistance.

The Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park (officially The Regent’s Park) is one of the Royal Parks of London. It lies within north-west London, partly in the City of Westminster and partly in the London Borough of Camden. It contains Regent’s University London and the London Zoo. The Park was designed by John Nash, James Burton, and Decimus Burton, while …

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Sycamore Adventure

Sycamore Adventure is an award winning indoor and outdoor adventure playground in Dudley! The service focuses on children’s self directed play. Sycamore Adventure offers free public access play sessions where Dudley residents can access the facilities, school trips and outings, private children’s parties, play specific training, team building, conference hire and catering facilities for all …

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Shoreditch Adventure Playground

Adventure playground with: Open access Free inclusive outdoor & indoor activities Large wooden outdoor structures Children are free to come and go as they please Fully supervised by experienced playworkers Jungle trail through the forest Rope & tyre swing Sandpit Climbing beams & net

Speke Adventure Playground

We provide a fun, safe and staffed environment offering free play and structured activities that helps support the growth and personal development of our young people delivered through after-school, holiday, weekend and targeted youth programmes. Based in the heart of our community the Venny has served the needs of local people for over four decades …

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