Increasing physical activity through interpretation and play motivators

We find ways to drive visitors to sites and undertake return visits. We utilise creative approaches to make all individuals feel more positively connected with their local amenity space. 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.

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Meriel YoungIncreasing physical activity through interpretation and play motivators

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