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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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Town and Parish Councils

Outdoor spaces have proven to be very important for young people and families providing many benefits. They can bring communities together, prevent and reduce anti-social behaviour, increase accessibility and inclusivity, and also cater for a greater diversity within communities.

Outdoor spaces can provide benefits for families and young people

  • Bringing communities together
  • Preventing and reducing anti-social behaviour
  • Increasing accessibility and inclusivity
  • Catering for a greater diversity within communities

How can HAGS help?

We provide a free consultation service

Spending time at the start of the project, getting everyone “on board” is vital to the success of the project, so we recommend an initial consultation workshop with all interested parties to assist with the community engagement.

We offer a funding solution

We can support you here with an introduction to a dedicated independent specialist that has a track record of raising funds for Schools, Parish Councils and Community Groups.

We offer a free design service

As part of the consultation process, we will produce several draft designs with plan views and 3D visuals until we finally reach consensus to a final design that everyone is happy with. Our designs are free meaning that you do not have to worry about or incur any ‘up-front’ costs for these services.

One stop shop

We ensure that your play area will be fully installed to the latest European Safety standards, and completed to a high quality. This gives you peace of mind that your play area is safe and ready to use.

Inspection and Maintenance Services

If the responsibility for keeping a safe and secure playground rests with you and not the local authority, HAGS offer peace of mind through regular operational and annual inspections of the play space plus repairs if deemed necessary. If capital budget is limited we can make your money go further by full or part playground refurbishments to bring tired play areas back to life.

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Meadowdale Park & Westlea, Bedlington

HAGS have recently completed playgrounds at Meadowdale and Westlea following over a year’s work with West Bedlington Town Council. The project brief was to create two new play areas which replaced the existing, outdated play provision.

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Stratford St Mary Playground

The existing playground in the village of Stratford St Mary was old, in a state of disrepair and very under-used. HAGS designed the playground with the help of the village's primary school pupils and the school council.

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  • Monkey bars, swings and a slide were on our wish-list, but top of the suggestions was a zip wire! The new equipment has been a huge boost for the village.

    Stratford St Mary Playground committee member, Laura Carney