Welcome to Places of Woe: Places of Possibility
This exhibition shows just how bad play provision can be
- and how good. This is contested territory. Some of the woeful
examples shown here will be thought by some - perhaps many
- as fine examples of play provision.
Part of our intention is to stimulate further debate about
what constitutes a good place for play - and where those places
might be found, or created.
From our perspective, play places and their possibility can
be said to symbolise what we think about children and young
people, and our relationships to them.
The Places for Play
discussion forum also explores all aspects of creating
play space, from the terror of dog mess to the possibilities