More than Swings and Roundabouts: Planning for outdoor play
This colourful practical guide emphasises the need to start with children's needs and wishes and the importance of local partnerships. It includes case studies, illustrations and a discussion of key policy issues. It will be of interest to professionals working in play, parks, youth, community development, planning, leisure and community services, and to elected members and active local residents.
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