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Chinley Play Area, Derbyshire

HAGS have recently created a play area in the leafy village of Chinley in the UK. Our play designers managed to include a lot of play activities in a narrow space owing to a well thought out layout.

26/10/2018 14:47:00

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Low Bentham Village Play Area, Lancaster

HAGS have recently completed a recreational park to create an active play and social space for children. The play area has been named the Phillip Harvey Playing Field after the generous donation of land for a park by Philip Harvey around 70 years ago.

01/10/2018 16:04:00

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Perdiswell Play Area, Worcester

We have created a spitfire-themed play area boasting its own runway and varied play opportunities. Both the client and the community were thrilled!

24/09/2018 16:45:00

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The Spinmee inclusive roundabout

Boasting great user capacity, architectural curved lines and user-friendly design, the Spinmee roundabout has been designed and developed in consultation with experts in inclusive play for disabled children. It offers easy access for wheelchair users and aims to provide children of all abilities with stimulating play opportunities.

The Spinmee inclusive roundabout provides easy access for children of differing abilities

Spinmee inclusive roundabout

Suitable for different age groups, the Spinmee is an inviting meeting point which offers age-appropriate challenges for toddlers and older children alike. Whilst younger children can sit and enjoy the ride accompanied by their carer or parents, older or more confident children will stand on the platform and test their balance when the unit is at full speed. The handrail slopes from a high to low position to allow people of different heights to easily and comfortably grab a hold from inside or outside the rotating platform.

The Spinmee can also accommodate up to two wheelchairs and has built-in seating for people with physical impairments. As it doesn’t look like specialised equipment, this roundabout won’t segregate children with disabilities.

Encourages social interaction and helps young children develop communication skills

Spinmee inclusive roundabout

The Spinmee requires to be manoeuvred from the outside, thus encouraging collaboration and verbal communication. Toddlers cooperating with adults to move the roundabout also get to develop their speech and build confidence in a fun way.

Delivers an exciting and safe play experience

Spinmee inclusive roundabout

Built-in safety features such as an inherent speed restrictor, slip resistant textured seats and incorporated armrests for extra support ensure that players can enjoy the ride safely regardless of their level of ability. Its seamless base and slip resistant platform allow an easy transition for wheelchair and reduced mobility users and the visibility yellow edge highlights the rotating section – perfect for users with visual impairment.

The Spinmee inclusive roundabout is also certified to the European standards of EN1176, offering maximum piece of mind when buying the equipment.

Boasts outstanding durability and requires low maintenance

The Spinmee features anti-vandal fixings and its platform and sloped handrail are made of hard-wearing, durable structural grade steel with a powder coated finish, thus ensuring reduced maintenance for many years to come. We recommend that it is inspected every 3 months in average user sites to increase its lifespan.