Increasing participation through education, art and play development

We utilise creative approaches to make all individuals feel more positively connected with their local amenity space. Developers listen up.

circle1For example: We delivered the play, access and discovery project for the WTS in two parts of West Lothian – where local woodlands are underused. Both involved getting children out to open space and woods to develop their own play infrastructure designs. We surveyed the existing path network and produced a leaflet of varied and interesting routes connecting the two peri-urban woodland sites. We also commissioned a variety of sculptures based on the children’s sketched ideas. The largest play feature we built was a 40m landform sculpture for running about on, with gateway features, pole masts and meeting rocks.


Meriel YoungIncreasing participation through education, art and play development

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