Sustainable Play is a Wales wide programme improving the health and well being of children.

Sustainable Play is a programme delivered by Groundwork across Wales to increase and enhance the accessibility and quality of children's outdoor play experiences.

Outdoor Play in natural surroundings is a proven low cost/no cost means to enhance the health and wellbeing of children and families living in poverty.

Groundwork's Play team is out and about across the country providing exciting outdoor play opportunities for children aged 0-18 and working with parents, professionals and children

The programme aims to engage over 21,000 children and young people aged 0-18 over a three year period, leaving a legacy of outdoor play opportunities in communities.

For information on Play sessions please give us a call:
Wrexham Office - 01978 757524
Bangor Office - 01248 673450

Programme Aims and Objectives:

  • 21,000 children and young people engaged into Play sessions
  • 90 workshops/advisory sessions delivered to partner organisations
  • 600 children and young people with disabilities engaged into Play sessions
  • 90 Play events delivered for families
  • 720 families attending sessions
  • 6 NEET trainees recruited and trained

Sustainable Play is delivered in partnership with SNAP Cymru, a national charity that provides training, advice and support for inclusion to families, children and young people. SNAP Cymru are delivering training to sector workers across Wales to provide more opportunities for inclusive play.

More information about SNAP Cymru's work can be found on their website www.snapcymru.org

For further information contact: play@groundwork.org.uk