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Children have the right and need to play. Every child should have access to safe, good quality places to play, near to where they live. London Play campaigns for more and improved spaces for play, and against downgrading, cuts and closures of existing play spaces.

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Dragons, dinosaurs and serpents emerge from hewn logs and rugged tree stumps, challenging children to climb, ride, befriend or create their own fantasy around them.

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It's almost impossible NOT to play when you sit in the sand or dip your fingers in the water. Sand, water, stones and mud; beaches and rivers are like a magnet for children and offer the opportunity to create, destroy, experiment and immerse themselves in play.

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Toasted marshmallows anyone? Fire places and pits offer a contained space for children to play with fire and learn to respect it. A fire also provides a different sort of focus for gathering, socialising, cooking and eating in a way that few city dwellers have the opportunity to experience.

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Dragons, dinosaurs and serpents emerge from hewn logs and rugged tree stumps, challenging children to climb, ride, befriend or create their own fantasy around them.

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Portals to another play dimension and a popular addition to any playspace, underground tunnels are another brilliantly simple concept for stimulating active and imaginative play.

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Make your play fantasies into reality - get in touch with Max and his team today!

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Location location location! London Play treehouses are located some of the most desirable trees in London and offer that idyllic respite from the hustle and bustle of the city or playground. Want one of your own? Get in touch!

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The home front is a rich aspect of understanding World War One heritage. This resource is designed to support teaching and learning about the home front across the KS2 curriculum from History to Art, Drama and Literacy, offering opportunities to inspire pupils across subject areas.

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